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module guide
level three 2015 / 2016
 
BA Hons International Fashion Business
Personal Project (FASH30065)
 
Module Leader: Ena Brown
Number of credits: 40
Whole year - core module
 
Student Notes
the context  
 
You will produce a self negotiated innovative study choosing a subject which is both contemporary and relevant to your chosen field of study.
 
This subject will highlight and investigate a topic which will, through research and cognitive development, produce a well communicated and informative substantial body of written work.
This topic will be chosen from one of two areas of specialism to be negotiated with your module tutors.
 
This module will further develop the individual and relevant skills that are required to reach the level of professionalism, in your chosen area, as a practitioner within the fashion industry. It will also refine the ability to communicate as well as enhance your ability to question, form opinions and debate analysis of assumptions.
 
 
Choice 1
An area of focus within career development or a case study of specific focus or role within fashion, in order to develop an informed approach and heightened professional awareness and knowledge of the specific subject area.
 
Choice 2
To identify or recognise a consumer niche or potentially an innovative idea within fashion that relates to either consumption, marketing or product offer. To present this as a unique idea with evidence of the context, potential market level, consumption, positioning and marketing.
 
 
the brief  
 
This area of specific research will be initially divided into two possible areas of choice. On completion of a proposal presentation you will then commence on the individual brief. This will then be presented as a personal study.
 
You will produce:
 
Week 8
l   An initial proposal presentation, lasting no less than 8 minutes, based on the discussion and analysis of two potential ideas. You should clearly communicate how you have developed your research strategy and the potential final choice of one of your research topics. The presentation should also include a bibliography with relevant lists of Harvard references and illustrations.
 
Week 12 Rationale and critical path
l   A resolved rationale of study and research relating to the above areas of choice. It should also include a critical path of reading research methods and timing of actions to be taken. Evidence of analysis of relevant images, key core texts, articles book / journal of the research subject and an initial bibliography with lists of Harvard references and illustrations are required.
 
 
 
Week 21
l   A chapter structure. Minimum length 2000 words. Double spaced and bound, this must include a bibliography, with lists of Harvard references and illustrations. Any supporting evidence must be contained within the appendices.
 
Week 23
l   2nd Draft Hand-in report. This is an initial version of the final piece of work, based on your chosen proposal theme of approximate 5000 words (not including references). Double spaced and bound, this must include a full bibliography with lists of Harvard references and correct list of attributed illustrations.
 
Week 27
l   Completed final Personal Project based on your chosen proposal theme of no more than 7,000 words, not including references and captions. To pass, the body of work must meet the lower limit (6,300 words) and not exceed the +10% of 7,700. (excluding indented quotations, captions of images, references and bibliography list.)
l   Double spaced and bound, this must include a full bibliography with lists of Harvard references and illustrations.
l   Student must put in the actual word count on the first page (not the cover) of their work.
 
 
essential reading / viewing        
 
Buzan T 1996 The mind map book radiant thinking.
Buzan T. et al 2010 The Mind Map Book: Unlock your Creativity,
                       Boost your Memory, Change your life. BBC
Cooley, L. 2003. Dissertation Writing in Practice: turning ideas into
                       text HKU Press
Creswell, J. 2009. Research Design: qualitative, quantitative, and
                        mixed methods approaches Sage
Easterby-Smith, M. 2002. Management Research: An
                         Introduction Sage
Flynn, J. Z., & Foster, I. M. 2009. Research methods for the fashion industry. New York: Fairchild Books.
Hart, C. 1999. Doing a Literature Review: Releasing the Social Science Research Imagination (1st ed.). Sage Publications Ltd.
Kawamura, Yuniya 2011 Doing Research in Fashion and Dress: An
                         Introduction to Qualitative Methods.  Berg
Leedy, P. D., & Ormrod, J. E. 2009. Practical Research: Planning and Design (9th ed.). Prentice Hall.
Lewis, M. 2002. The Future Just Happened Hodder & Stroughton
Lupton & Miller. 1998. Design, Writing, Research London: Phaidon Press
MacDonald, J. 1992. Report Writing Kingston-upon-Thames: Croner
Mau, B. 2000. Lifestyle New York: Phaidon Press
Parker, D. Tackling Coursework DP Publication
Ridderstrale, J. & Nordstrom, K. 2000. Funky Business  ft.com
Saunders, M. 2012. Research Methods for Business Students. Pearson
Swanborn, P. G. 2010. Case study research: what, why and how? Los Angeles: SAGE.
Walliman, N. 2010. Research Methods: The Basics. Routledge.
Woodham, J. 1997. Twentieth Century Design Oxford: Oxford University Press
 
Together these books give an overview of the issues raised and covered in this module. You are expected to buy at least one of them. If you don't buy all of them, choose the one(s) you find most relevant to your chosen area.
 
 
useful reading / viewing  
 
You are expected to select from and build on this reading list using the library resources and supplementary handouts from lectures: Each student will develop their own research acquisition with guidance from the module team.
 
Chambers, E. and Northedge, A. 1997. The Arts Good Study Guide Milton Keynes: The Open University
Miles, M. B., & Huberman, A. M. 1994. Qualitative data analysis: an expanded sourcebook. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.
Wong, L. 2000. Essential Study Skills. Boston, Mass.: Houghton Mifflin Co.
Yin, R. K. 2009. Case study research: design and methods. Los Angeles, Calif.: Sage Publications.
 
 
 
schedule of module events  
 
Further details of the timetable are on the module guide schedule.
 
Weeks 1 to 8 – Development of initial ideas, presentation and core research skills
Weeks 9 to 12 – Development of rationale and presentation
Weeks 13 to 18 – Development and refinement of research methodology and management
Weeks 19 – 27 – Draft hand in development
 
This programme uses online information to complement the core learning and teaching activities and includes:
1.    Essential information about the module including the module handbook, a reading and resource list, news items, directed learning, details of assessment tasks and criteria and submission requirements;
2.    Additional materials or links to resources in support of module related work
 
 
 
deadlines  
 
·          Initial presentations take place on Friday 30th October 2015.
·          Rationale take place on Friday 27th November 2015.(1000-1500 words)
·          Chapter structure submission: Friday 18th December 2015.  
·          1st draft (minimum 2000 words) hand in on Friday 5th February, 2016.
·          2nd Draft hand in  (approx. 5000 words)  hand-in on Friday 26th February, 2016
·              Final hand-in Friday 1st April, 2016. (To pass, the body of work must meet the lower limit of 6,300 words) and not exceed the +10% of 7,700.) Double spaced and bound, this must include a full bibliography with lists of Harvard references and illustrations.
 
 
Note: As stated extensions are only given if there are Exceptional Circumstances. See page 4 of this module guide for information on what to do if this should happen.
 
 
How the work will be assessed  
The module assessment is based on how well your proposals, presentations and essay meet the programme specific learning outcomes.
 
L01 Demonstrate the ability to question assumptions and develop initiatives and ideas relative to the subject of international fashion business
 
Assessment Criteria
 
l   Show the ability to identify themes and develop theories, questions and ideas relating to IFB
l   Investigate broadly and in depth available evidence or textual sources to offer viable answers and/or recommendations to questions/problems posed in a personal study
l   Collect relevant images and provide evidence of ability to contextualise, question and explore their potential meanings
 
L02 Evidence the ability to assimilate and synthesize diverse research and information relevant to the personal project
 
Assessment Criteria
 
·          Ability to credit sources using Harvard referencing
·          Ability to research, select and structure relevant primary and secondary information to complete a coherent body of work.
 
L03 Use appropriate communication skills effectively and select ‘language’ and technologies according to context.
 
Assessment Criteria
 
·          Appropriateness/creativity of cover design, page layout and functionality
·          Illustrations integrated throughout the discussion and images printed at sufficient quality to be ‘read’ by assessor.
·          Ability to communicate clearly and/or expressively in written English meeting the word count.
 
L04 Demonstrate the ability to initiate and manage own learning, evaluate progress and demonstrate autonomous decision making.
 
Assessment Criteria
 
·          Evidence of autonomous decision making and independent research skills
·          Ability to evaluate progress and to manage own learning
 
 
 
 
feedback to you  
 
Formative feedback on topic ideas / progress will be given during tutorial sessions as per the attached schedule. (Wks 12, 13, 22 and 24)
 
 
Summative feedback on the whole module (assessment mark and report) will be given at the end of the year.
 
 
potential costs  
 
It is essential that you purchase at least one of the books listed under essential / useful reading / viewing. It is also of equal importance that you have a file / ring binder, as you will receive many handouts from both lectures and seminars.
 
Presentations: to give a presentation to the standard required, costs may be incurred for good quality colour and / or black and white photocopying, CD’s (i.e. if using PowerPoint) and acetate if using the OHP.
 
Production of proposal and essay: to produce a proposal and essay to the standard required, costs will be incurred for good quality colour and / or black and white photocopying for the cover and illustrations, spiral binding and paper.
 
 
how to make comments/suggestions about the module  
Your feedback is welcome at any time and we would encourage you to recognize the relevance and importance of the suggestions you may make and how it is invaluable to the future developments of the module and the programme.  You will be asked for your feedback during the module via formal and informal methods, and also at the end of the module via a module feedback form. Your thoughts and suggestions are incorporated into the Module Leaders Report Form at the end of each academic session and this helps inform future programme developments.
 
You can also make comments and suggestions via your student representatives who attend three Programme Committee Meetings per year on your behalf and you can also attend the Staff/Student Liaison Committees held each term.
 
 
  if you have a problem
  If you have any concerns with the module or the work, ask to see your personal tutor or Module Leader as soon as possible. They will be able to support you by offering help and advice; the sooner a problem is identified, the quicker it will be sorted. Your student handbook also details practical support that is available and guides you to relevant University policies, the handbook is available via NOW, if you’ve misplaced your hardcopy.
 
The School is aware that there may be times during your studies when you could experience difficulty in completing your work due to situations arising outside of your reasonable control which may have an impact on your ability to continue with your work or to demonstrate what you have learnt at an assessment point.  It might be that the deadline for a module assessment cannot be met and results in you needing to request an extension, or in extreme circumstances may result in you not being able to complete the year.  The procedures are as follows:
 
Extension requests - Your Programme Leader, if in agreement with the claim, can grant an extension of up to 2 weeks.  An Extension Request Form is available from your Subject Administrator.  Requests for extensions must normally be made 5 days prior to the official deadline date and must be supported by relevant documentary evidence.  
 
Notification of Exceptional Circumstances (NEC) – This procedure forms part of the University’s Academic Appeals regulations where if you believe your academic performance has been affected by circumstances beyond your control you can submit an NEC form for consideration.  The deadline for submission of a NEC is within 5 working days of the submission deadline of the assessment you believe has been affected.  The decision by an independent NEC panel as to whether your submission has been substantiated or not, based on the evidence you provide, is then forwarded to the Board of Examiners for consideration.  You will only find out whether you have been successful with your submission after the Board of Examiners has met. Please use the following link to access all the information and relevant forms about the Academic Appeals procedures:
 
Leave of Absence - If you are experiencing difficulties to a point that you feel may result in you having to take a break from your studies, then you need to firstly speak to your Programme Leader, prior to taking leave, about the intended dates for the leave of absence. Please note that requests for leave of absence are not granted retrospectively and each request is considered on a case by case basis.
 
     
   
 
   
 
 

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