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REPORT 1000 words Research question: Alcohol related problem in domestic violence within indigenous community (IN REDFERN ONLY) or domestic violence in alcohol related problem with the indigenous community (CITY OF REDFERN ONLY).
Report Cover – create an attractive report cover that is relevant to the community studied The cover should be attractive and have the short title of the report and the date of publication only. Detailed Title Page – The title page should contain: Full or long title of the report, the report authors, the date published, the School and University, the disclaimer, and any acknowledgements.
Acknowledgements – any assistance provided to the authors by industry or other third parties is to be acknowledged. You do not have to acknowledge your teaching staff. Disclaimer – the report will include an adapted disclaimer as shown below. Community Case Study Report Executive Summary Prepare an Executive Summary (ES) of the report findings and recommendations.
Please note that an ES is NOT an Introduction – it is a summary that would allow an executive or decision-maker to understand the key report messages and be able to act on the report findings and recommendations without having to read the entire report. A rule-of-thumb for an ES is that they should be around 1/10th of the page length of the Body of the Report. So a 200 page report might have a 20 page ES, if needed. Body of the Report – Critical Review Findings Documentation Section 1:
Introduction – Introduces the report and its content, describes the community that was studied, why the study was performed, when the study was performed, the conceptual framework (review lecture content on normative/comparative needs assessment) and methods used to collect and collate the information presented in the report. Details the study Aims and Objectives. See recorded lecture Data Analysis and Report Writing for further detail and advice.
Body of the Report – Critical Review Findings Documentation Section 1: Introduction – Introduces the report and its content, describes the community that was studied, why the study was performed, when the study was performed, the conceptual framework (review lecture content on normative/comparative needs assessment) and methods used to collect and collate the information presented in the report. Details the study Aims and Objectives. See recorded lecture Data Analysis and Report Writing for further detail and advice. Section 2: Findings – synthesis of the findings from the study backed by evidence collected through your research. The following subsection headings can be used to organize the findings.
2.1: The nature and extent of the social problem – facts and stats. 2.2: Impacts of the social problem – kinds of impact, who’s affected, how they are affected. 2.3: Community stakeholders in the social problem – who’s got a stake and why.
2.4: Strategies employed (who, what, when, how) to tackle the social problem
2.5: Effectiveness of implemented strategies – of things being done, are they working, why are they working. Criteria Written Report Assessment Criteria CONTENTS: Clear outline of the issue and the community where field work was undertaken; ‐ Evidence of understanding factors involved, both local and global that affect communities. RESEARCH: Demonstrating an understanding of the governance structures, different organisations and processes involved in the everyday life of communities; ‐ Appropriate analysis of findings related to the topic/issue ‐ Formulation of sound recommendations/suggestions to improve the situation.
Evidence of working effectively as a team. ‐ Evidence of relevant research and data/information collecting ‐ Evidence of the consistent and sensible linkages from different sections of the report. PRESENTATION: Technical report well written, correct ‘report’ format, proper sentence construction, grammar, spelling; ‐ Inclusion of graphs, tables, images – properly captioned and sources cited. Good organisation of the report materials. REFERENCING: Strictly follow the School Academic Writing Guide’s referencing. Section 3: Conclusions and Recommendations – this section should address the following: •
The state of play: is the social problem getting better, getting worse, or stable? Use your selected analysis tool here. • Opportunities for action: what things are being done elsewhere (as found in your literature reviews) that could be done in this community. • Capacity for action: does this community have the buildable capacity to implement strategies? (review lecture content on Capacity-building) References – a full list of all sources used to generate the study Appendices – Include group charter, field work plan, updated Project Management Plan, minutes of group meetings and any other documents needed to support the final report. The appendices should be numbered, named and included in the Table of Contents. Referencing – up to 20% can be lost if referencing is not correct. Ensure that in-text citations and reference lists are correct
. 6-7 REFERENCES REQUIRES Please use Harvard Reference Style Reading Australia Bureau statistics REDFERN CITY COUNCIL https://www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au/community/health-and-safety/domestic-violence https://www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au/community/health-and-safety/domestic-violence
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