This unit focuses on practical skills for researchers trained in cultural studies, gender studies, and closely aligned disciplines, but who may not necessarily aim for academic postgraduate destinations. It includes workshops focused on foundational principles and practical skills that explicitly cross the academic/non-academic divide, training more flexible graduates. Workshops cover funding applications; oral presentations; supervision, reporting and feedback; writing and publishing; and job applications.
8 hours total workshops: 3x1hr, 1x2hr, 1x3hr.
2x workshop exercises 2000wd total (100%)
A developed research proposal and foundational disciplinary knowledge about research design. Usually, students will have completed or have equivalent knowledge to WMST6902 Arguing the Point, or be completing that unit.