Class Graduation Monograph

  • Presentation


    To know, understand, use and distinguish the basic procedures that the academic community uses in the collection, treatment, interpretation and dissemination of scientific information. Prepare a monograph.

  • Code


  • Syllabus


    The formal rules for presenting a written work: cover; index; introduction, object, objectives, theoretical foundation, methodology, enunciation of subthemes in the chapters; theme
    development; conclusion; bibliography; quotes;pagination; appendices and attachments. The organization of the research: the formulation of a starting question; the literature review; definition of the problem; construction of the analysis model; the formulation of hypotheses. Data collection techniques: the different sources of information; sampling; the questionnaire survey; the interview. Case analysis (participant observation, life stories and monograph). Analysis and interpretation of results: content analysis;analysis and treatment of quantitative data. Organization and writing of the monograph.

  • Objectives


    The successful completion of the monograph will attest to the skills acquired by the student with regard to the organization, research and writing of a monographic study.

  • References


    Coutinho, C.P. (2021). Metodologia de Investigação em Ciências Sociais e Humanas - Teoria e Prática. 2a ed. Coimbra: Almedina.

    Marconi, M.A. & Lakatos, E.M. (2017). Fundamentos de Metodologia Científica. 8a ed. São  Paulo: Editora Atlas.

    Marconi, M.A. & Lakatos, E.M. (2017). Metodologia do Trabalho Científico. 8a ed. São Paulo: Editora Atlas.

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