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ATS2625 Research Report: Field Data Collection & Analysis Assignment

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    ATS2625

Write a 1000-word response answering the broad question: What does it mean for migrants to ‘belong’ in Australia?

The task involves the collection of real-world data about the experiences and sense of belonging of migrants through the processes of migration. Use the evidence you collect to explore the answer to this question. You must analyse and present the data you gather with reference to some of the ideas, concepts or theories we have learnt about in this unit or from further research (and they must be referenced) and to support any analysis or point-of-view that you present.

You have a choice of possible data collection options.

  1. INTERVIEW: You could interview family member(s) or friend(s) about their immigration experience: why and how they migrated; travel; cultural difference; sense of belonging and identity transformation. If you select this option you will need to provide a Consent Form filled out by interview informants.
  2. DOCUMENTATION OF MATERIAL CULTURE: You could photograph and discuss the significance of a collection of material objects associated with a migrant experience or citizenship (e.g. suitcase, tickets, objects carried from homeland, diaries, letters or postcards) and may also involve discussing objects with informants. In this case you will need to provide a Consent Form (as above).
  3. VISIT IMMIGRATION MUSEUM: Visit the Exhibition ‘Identity: yours, mine, ours’ either in person or online. You will collect evidence of migrant experiences from the Museum Exhibition. The Immigration Museum is located: 400 Flinders St, Melbourne. Opening Hours: Daily from 10 to 5pm. Entry is free with Student Card or student travel concession card. Exhibition is on the top floor.
All options would benefit from checking out the on-line Exhibition:

https://museumsvictoria.com.au/immigrationmuseum/whats-on/identity-yours-mine-ours/

& Immigration Museum website:
https://museumsvictoria.com.au/immigrationmuseum/whats-on/

We will workshop how to do this and write up your analysis in tutorials. Please see Tutorial activities document below and more on how to formulate your assignment depending on the option you choose.

If you conduct an interview, please ensure you collect the signed Consent Form from your interviewee and include as part of your Report. You may either scan the form and include it as an Appendix in the Report or upload as a separate file when you submit. A sample Explanatory Statement and Consent Form is available in the Assessment section of Moodle.

Your paper will be marked in accordance with the criteria described in the Rubric below.

 PRESENTATION & SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS

If you conduct an interview, please ensure you include a signed Consent Form with your assignment: either scanned and copied in as an appendix or uploaded as a separate file.

Word limit: 10% under or over the prescribed word limit is allowable but more than this will be penalised. Headings, notes and bibliography are not included in the word count. (Highlight text to be counted {minus notes and bibliography} > go to Review > Word Count)

Referencing:

You are required to use the in-text Harvard Referencing Style (Author, Year: Page) including a full alphabetically organised bibliography at the end. See https://guides.lib.monash.edu/citing-referencing/harvard2020-intro

Presentation requirements:

  • Only text files accepted (.doc; .docx) no PDFs .
  • Use 12pt Times New Roman for your text and 1.5 paragraph spacing (this is much easier to read and mark immediately earning you goodwill from your marker!). 
  • Include page numbers on every page. 
  • Use British English spelling. 
  • At top of Page 1 of your Assignment list: Student Name, Unit Name or code and Assignment Title (as above) making it clear what option you have selected 
  • Run and add your word count to top of Page 1.

IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO ENSURE YOUR ASSIGNMENTS ARE SUBMITTED ON-TIME: Check the 'Submission' box to make sure your submission has been successful and screenshot it for backup.

Final Checklist

  1. Have you presented your analysis is a logical or coherent order?
  2. Have you included appropriate research? At least 5 sources from the social sciences.
  3. Check headings and structure. Suggested structure: a) introduction- (brief explanation of study; theory, and structure of report); b) context/background to study; c) discussionof evidence); d) conclusion.
  4. Have you formatted according to instructions: Assignment details included? Word.doc file; TNR 12 pt Font;1.5 spaced, page no.s and word count.
  5. Is your referencing and alphabetical bibliography in the correct style?
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