Long-Term Effects of Political Violence

Description Choose a journal article (Interviews: Long-Term Effects of Political Violence: Narrative Inquiry Across a 20-Year Period) Examine it using the following questions:  What methods/data/sources/cases have been used?  What are the strengths and weaknesses of the methods/data/sources/cases?  Overall, do you find that the methods/data/sources/cases used are convincing/appropriate for what the article is trying to do? Your evaluation must be based on appropriate research methods literature. A minimum of six academic publications about research methods must have been used. Word limit: 1200 words, Marking Criteria:  Essay structure: the essay should have a clear structure and signposting (i.e. telling the reader what the structure is and what each section of the essay will be about).  Analysis: the essay should show a good knowledge of the methods/data/sources/cases used in the article; as well as an awareness of the strengths and weaknesses of those methods/data/sources/cases.  Knowledge and accuracy: the essay should show a good knowledge the research methods as used in the article; and evidence of having read relevant literature (i.e. references).  Written expression: The essay should be clearly written, easy to read and without language errors. The essay should show proper use of academic citation and bibliographical practices. some refrences  Bryman (2012) Social Research Methods (4th ed.) ch. 20  Bogner, Alexander (2009) Interviewing Experts  Friesen, Bruce K (2010) Designing and conducting your first interview Project  Gillham, Bill (2007) Research Interviewing  Roulston, Kathryn (2010) Reflective Interviewing: a guide to throy and practice  Wengraf, Tom (2001) Qualitative research interviewing

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