The post has two asighnments
1: Adolescent Psychology / Interview Paper
a gathering of three interviews from individuals representing various age cohorts. expose you to various individual experiences to adolescence based on age as well
as compare and contrast these perspectives with your knowledge of adolescence and personal experiences.
All Possible Sections:
Section 1: Biological Transitions (Lesson 2 and 3 material)
Section 2: Cognitive Transitions (Lesson 4 and 5 material)
Section 3: Social Transitions (Lesson 6 material)
Section 4: Families (Lesson 7 material)
Section 5: Peers (Lesson 8 material)
Section 6: Schools (Lesson 9 and 10 material)
Section 7: Adolescent Work and Leisure (Lesson 11 and 12 materials)
Section 8: Intimacy and Sexuality (Lesson 13 and 14 materials)
Section 9: Psychosocial Problems (Lesson 15 material)
2: Role of online professional social networking platforms in job search and applications process for graduates.
Research question ‘How do graduate students use Online Professional Social Networking Platforms in the job search and application process?’
Literature review is required to write.
1. Present and analyse relevant literature.
In a critical manner, you add the part of the published literature which is relevant to your research topic and which acts as the basis for a fuller understanding of
the context in which you are conducting your research.
Remember critical does not mean looking at the negatives but forming an evaluation. Here you employ your writing, analytical and research skills.
2. Identify and explain the research gap.
Show that your knowledge of the area of interest is detailed enough that you are able to identify gaps in the coverage of the topic; thus justifying the reason(s) for
3. Show that you know what the key variables, trends and ‘actors’ are in the environment of your study.
Based on extensive review you will know what the important issues are that need to be investigated.
4. Adjust the outcomes of your Literature Review according to research design.
Note that you need to end up with a theoretical framework (literature review; hypotheses and refined conceptual model for quantitative studies) or a preliminary model,
a priori themes or identified categories for qualitative studies.