The literature review should include
– Definition of domestic violence in the UK and the domestic rule
– Historical approach
– Eligibility requirements
– Evidence required
– Problems and Pitfalls
– Advantages and solutions
– (Recourse to Public Funds)
The literature review should be 3000 words. It should essentially cover 2 elements:
First, an exposition and analysis of the most significant primary sources in the specific topic area chosen by the student (i.e whether and why case law may have been prevalent, and/or whether dominated by statutory reforms and parliamentary reports). Students should demonstrate not only a general knowledge of existing research sources (and how to access them) but also have an awareness and understanding of the dominant sources in their specific topic of research.
The second element should concentrate on secondary sources. It could be, for example, a summary of the argument developed in a number of articles of legal scholarship that students would have found particularly helpful.
– To critically review the extent and nature of existing legal research on a chosen topic within the scope of the postgraduate programmes in law.
– To apply knowledge of advanced legal research methods to formulate a literature review for meaningful legal research on a chosen topic within the scope of the postgraduate programmes in law.
– To present a structured detailed literature review for the conduct of meaningful research on a chosen topic within the scope of the postgraduate programmes in law.
– To present a scholarly plan of research in a format compliant with OSCOLA.Latest revision comment
[July 15, 2020 16:46] For the new writer:
Working in the file “Latest_612871”, please amend the following:
1. “First, an exposition and analysis of the most significant primary sources in the specific topic area chosen by the student (i.e whether and why case law may have been prevalent, and/or whether dominated by statutory reforms and parliamentary reports).” – this aspect is not followed in the paper. The customer also explicitly asked to incorporate a decent number of relevant primary sources (legislation, case law, etc.). Please, fulfill this aspect of the initial requirements. So far, just 1 primary source was used – Immigration and Asylum Act 1999, and it is not enough. Moreover, this source was simply mentioned but wasn’t analyzed at all.
2. The essay is still too descriptive. You have moved some parts of the paper and added several paragraphs of the content (that is also uncited which is unacceptable), however, it does not make the paper more critical. It looks like the essay only retells the information from the sources with very little analysis.
3. Use consistent spelling. Why is “domestic violence (abuse)” capitalized throughout the paper, when it is clearly not referring to the law?
4. Please, use Oscola referencing consistently. The content is supposed to be cited through the footnotes. Please, eliminate any in-text citations, e.g. “Voolma (2018), revealed a multi-layered system of ensuring that the right of women in England and Sweden to live devoid of violence is actualized.”, “Metilka (2018) also supported Anitha, Roy, and Yalamarty, 2017 by mentioning that government should strongly adhere to the policies set by WHO on handling domestic violence.”, etc. Also, make sure that you do not cite the primary sources through the secondary ones. Oscola
Type of service-Academic paper writing
Type of assignment-Research Paper
Pages / words-11 / 3000
Number of sources-10
Language style-UK English