1500 wordsResearch Requirement
: 8 academic sources
Write a submission to ONE of the inquiries listed below. The inquiry topic MUST be the same as used in Assessment 2: Case Study unless you have negotiated a change of with your tutor. As per Assessment 2: Case Study, your submission MUST respond to AT LEAST ONE of the "terms of reference" listed in the inquiry. To review the "terms of reference" refer to the folder at the bottom of the page.
1.Parliamentary Inquiry into Battered Women’s use of Self-Defence in the context of domestic violence.2.Parliamentary Inquiry into Police and Judicial Responses to Gay and Transgender Hate Crime Murders XXXXXXXXXXParliamentary Inquiry Honour Related Violence Against Women in CALD Communities.
4.Parliamentary Inquiry into Suicide in the Australian Defence Force.5.Parliamentary Inquiry into technology facilitated violence against women.6.Parliamentary Inquiry intoWomen’s offending and imprisonment.
Your submission should be structured as follows:1. Introduction
The introduction should include:
- Begin with a short introduction about yourself and your interest in the topic (optional);
- Provide an overview of the issue will address;
- Identifythe "terms of reference" you will respond to;
- Outline the main arguments you will adopt;
- Identifyyour recommendation.
This section must provide the appropriate context that will guide your analysis of the terms of reference.The background section should explain the broad issue and relevant social context.In this section, you must:
3. Research Analysis
- Define the issue
- Provide statistics and explain trends.
- Identify the impacts of the problem
- * You may choose to Integrate the case study from Assessment 2 (*DO NOT just copy and past your Case study into the research section, this IS NOT what is required here. Rather you should use a abridged version of the case study to make a strategic and analytical demonstration of an issue).
Theory and evidence relevant to the inquiry/terms of reference.Your arguments should be based on responding directly to at least one of the "terms of reference" (you can address more than one). This section should contain the relevant research and analysis that informs your position on the issues raised in the "terms of reference". This should include engagement with the set readings from the course, the suggested readings from the assessment folder, and your own independent research. This should not simply be a listing of research on the topic. You must present relevant research and analyse the significance of that evidence. This means you need to explain what the research means in connection to your argument about the "term of reference" and its connection to your theoretical position on the issue.
This section should:
- Respond to at at least ONE of the "terms of reference"
- Extract research evidence from a range of sources
This section should:
- Conclude your thoughts after analysing all the evidence
- Provides a realistic recommendationthat responds to the specific "terms of reference" and issues that you addressed
- Support your recommendation with evidence