PatrickB14
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I'm in the middle of writing my masters dissertation within sport and development, with the hand in date being 25th of August.

I've hit a obstacle in my research aspect of my dissertation and my tutor has decided due to the time frame that I change my methods into a literature based research, instead of conducting interviews etc.

With this limited time frame I'm keen to get on with my research as it is a 20,000 word limit and I'm sure I will now have to cut out some already completed work due to the change in research methods.

I'm just wondering if anyone has conducted this type of research before and could help, advise me in anyway. I am in need of help as I have no idea how to conduct and write this type of work.

I am able to go back to my tutor and discuss this with him, which I will do, but at times I end up coming back more confused by him and would appreciate any help or guidance in anyway possible.

Many thanks
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You'll have to prove or disprove your research question using data you have gleaned from research, rather than by analysing data collected by yourself from interview participants. You'll need to find as many articles and reports as you can on your chosen subject and read them as soon as possible!


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