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Formulating research questions
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This chapter suggests how to identify and formulate achievable research questions. It offers advice on identifying a useful approach which engages with your own interests and which draws upon work already undertaken in the field. It highlights how scoping the field can help identify useful written and visual sources and provide a sound basis for your research. This chapter also includes two case studies; one focusing on The Lady Vanishes, and the other exploring representations of trade unionism on the screen.

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