• April 4th, 2016

The Prevalence of Hamstring injuries within Sport

Paper, Order, or Assignment Requirements

The task in hand is a single research project which should be 4000 words long.
The topic I wished to be written about is on ‘The Prevalence of Hamstring injuries within Sport’.
Firstly I will start by explaining the structure of the research project in chronological order of which I want it to be structured.

Abstract
The abstract is a summary of the Single Research Project and should be no more than 200 words in length. It should include an outline of the topic, the themes emerging from the academic literature review, key issues emerging from the analysis and discussion and the conclusions. It is not an introduction but should provide a succinct view of what the study reveals rather that what it intends to find. Note that the abstract is not included in the word count.

Academic literature review
In this section, you need to review the academic literature relevant to the broad topic area. The review should highlight the relevant theories and concepts used in the current and previous research and assess the strengths, weaknesses and limitations of these studies. The weaknesses and limitations are particularly important as this provides justification for your own research.
You need to review the academic literature critically rather than simply describe who said what. Quotations may be useful here but keep these to a minimum and only include them when you have a clear rationale for doing so. The examiners are more interested in your arguments than in your ability to copy down what others have written.

Analysis and discussion
Here you must present the material you have collected in a logical sequence and analyse it in depth. You should identify core issues stemming from the analysis and discuss the key arguments arising, relating them all to the academic literature you have already reviewed. Where applicable, you may wish to comment on any practical and policy implications. If you wish to include any photos or diagrams, tables or graphs, they should be embedded near the text that makes reference to them, NOT put into the Appendix.

Conclusion
The principle aim of the conclusion is to draw all the threads of your study together. It should be based on what has been written earlier and nothing new should be introduced at this stage. You should summarize the arguments and issues emerging from your analysis and discussion, highlight the wider implications of your study, and relate your work back to the question you were trying to answer or the hypothesis that you were testing, indicating the extent to which you have been successful. Finally, if appropriate, you can make suggestions for future research.

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