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Work Placements, Internships & Applied Social Research

Work Placements, Internships & Applied Social Research

April 2021 | 304 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

Showcasing how you can use a work placement to develop your research and professional skills, this warm and personable book demonstrates how you can transfer and grow skills from your academic training to the workplace and maximise the benefits of learning by doing. 

The book also:

·       Helps you confidently navigate the entire internship process, providing reassuring guidance about key steps such as applying and interviewing for placements

·       Highlights the importance of practicing reflective learning and encourages you to become a reflective researcher

·       Empowers you to make an internship work for you, giving you key employability and workplace skills.

Drawing on a range of real student voices, this pragmatic guide helps you make the most of the opportunities offered by a work placement and shows how the skills you learn will help you thrive in academia and beyond.

Chapter 1: Experiential learning and applied research
Chapter 2: The benefits of experiential learning in applied social research
Chapter 3: How to apply for a work placement or internship
Chapter 4: How to prepare for, do and reflect on an interview
Chapter 5: How to get through your first day
Chapter 6: How to use a framework for reflection
Chapter 7: How to develop your analytical and research skills
Chapter 8: How to develop your professional skills
Chapter 9: Using the work placement experience to inform continuing study

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