|Module Title||FARMSCAPE AND LANDSCAPE|
|Co-ordinator||Professor Richard J Moore-Colyer|
|Course delivery||Lecture||0 Hours There are no lectures associated with this module, but tutorial support is available|
1. have developed an understanding of the relationship between location, rural economy and culture
2. have developed a critical, evaluative and analytical approach towards a rural economy
3. be able to appreciate the complexity of decision-making in the diversification of rural Britain.
Students are expected to select a county, or other area of comparable size, describe its geographical, social, cultural and economic features, visit farms and businesses related to farming, describe these and relate them to the area in which they are located.
The approach throughout should be analytical, critical and evaluative and contain a thorough review of appropriate literature (after consultation with the module co-ordinator as to what might be termed 'appropriate') in the light of choice of location/business.
The report will be fully referenced in accordance with the Harvard System.
.2 IT and information handling
It is expected that the project will be prepared using a word processor.
.4 Writing in an academic context
This skill is an integral feature of the assessment of project.
.7 Self management
Students will be expected to manage their own time in meeting the submission deadline.
This module is at CQFW Level 6