MSc in Culture and Society Dissertation
This information is for the 2021/22 session.
Dr Don Slater STC.S310 and Dr Jana Melkumova-Reynolds
This course is compulsory on the MSc in Culture and Society. This course is not available as an outside option.
This workshop will guide students through the process of conducting an independent dissertation project in the MSc Culture & Society.
6 hours of seminars in the LT.
There will be two sessions during MT for ALL MSc students based in the Sociology department. These will be offered in conjunction with LSE Life and LSE Library and provide basic guidance about planning your dissertation, such as selecting a suitable topic, designing the research and reviewing the existing literature.
Teaching arrangements may be adjusted if online teaching is required at any point.
Reading Weeks: Students on this course will have a reading week in LT Week 6, in line with departmental policy.
Students are required to submit a research proposal in LT.
This is a workshop and has no specific reading list.
Dissertation (100%, 10000 words) in August.
Two hard copies of the dissertation, with submission sheets attached to each, to be handed in to the Sociology Hub, STC.S116, no later than 4.00pm on Thursday 18th of August 2022. An additional electronic copy to be uploaded to Moodle no later than 4.00pm on the same day.
Both hard copies and electronic copies must be submitted on time to avoid any late submission penalties.
Dissertations may be up to and no more than 10,000 words, must be word-processed and be fully referenced using a recognised citation system.
Attendance at all classes and submission of all set coursework is required.
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Important information in response to COVID-19
Please note that during 2021/22 academic year some variation to teaching and learning activities may be required to respond to changes in public health advice and/or to account for the differing needs of students in attendance on campus and those who might be studying online. For example, this may involve changes to the mode of teaching delivery and/or the format or weighting of assessments. Changes will only be made if required and students will be notified about any changes to teaching or assessment plans at the earliest opportunity.
Total students 2020/21: 22
Average class size 2020/21: 22
Controlled access 2020/21: Yes
Value: One Unit
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