CSU Library has a comprehensive and detailed guide on writing a Literature Review.
The guide covers:
It is designed to help postgraduate students, higher degree research (HDR) candidates, and research staff with the process of conducting and writing a literature review.
The SAGE Research Methods (SRMO) database can help you design your research project by providing information about the pros and cons of different research methodologies.
SRMO provides access to:
You can find out more information by looking the Library's SAGE Research Methods webpage.
In developing your research proposal you need to explicitly consider the ethical and safety implications. If your proposed course of research raises ethical or safety issues then you may need to obtain formal ethical and or safety clearances before undertaking your research.
The University has several committees through which ethics and safety related issues are approved see Charles Sturt University's Research Ethics & Safety webpage for more information.