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Practical Research 1

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A researcher is interested in the examples or illustrations several authors have used to prove a point. How can he pull them all together and use them in his own paper in a list?
  • Include a citation after each separate example to indicate where you found them Correct
  • All of the choices
  • Include them in one parenthetical citation or endnote after you have finished listing them
  • Examples used to prove a point are managed a little differently than opinions, ideas, or facts These are treated the same way one would treat common knowledge, and not referenced
A researcher may withhold a participant=E2=80=99s name and any identifying characteristics when asked to present such information when
  • The research paper is not published yet
  • They have obtained a certificate of confidentiality Correct
  • They feel the information is unnecessary to the individual
  • It is a case involving required reporting
Among the steps in the research process, which part typically takes the most time of the researcher?
  • Selecting a research method
  • Evaluating the results
  • Formulating questions
  • Collecting data Correct
Anonymity is when a participant does not give a researcher=E2=80=A6
  • Confidential material and identifying characteristics
  • His/her name
  • His/her name and identifying characteristics Correct
  • Confidential material
  • His/her name and confidential material
  • Identifying characteristics
Choose the correct paraphrase of the following quotation on the statements about research knowledge and experience.=E2=80=9CAll I=E2=80=99m armed with is research.=E2=80=9D - Mike Wallace
  • Research is an investigation of the unknown
  • Innovation is funding a research and learning its basic facts
  • Research is a formalized curiosity with a purpose
  • Research can equip anyone Correct
Choose the correct paraphrase of the following quotation on the statements about research knowledge and experience.=E2=80=9CDo research. Feed your talent. Research not only wins the war on cliche, it's the key to victory over fear and it's cousin, depression.=E2=80=9D =E2=80=95 Robert McKee
  • Research is finding out there what others have not seen so you make a difference
  • Research is valuing others=E2=80=99 work
  • Research is not only answering questions but also discovering one=E2=80=99s talent and skill Correct
  • Innovation is funding a research and learning its basic facts
Choose the correct paraphrase of the following quotation on the statements about research knowledge and experience.=E2=80=9CFind out what=E2=80=99s really out there. I never said to be like me, I say be like you and make a difference.=E2=80=9D =E2=80=93 Marilyn Manson
  • Research starts from the stimulated mind and may end to measure of greatness
  • Research is valuing others=E2=80=99 work
  • Research is finding out there what others have not seen so you make a difference Correct
  • Research provides an important perspective on our daily issues
Choose the correct paraphrase of the following quotation on the statements about research knowledge and experience.=E2=80=9CI believe in innovation and that the way you get innovation is you fund research and you learn the basic facts.=E2=80=9D - Bill Gates
  • Research is discussing specific issues
  • Research is a formalized curiosity with a purpose
  • Research provides an important perspective on our daily issues
  • Innovation is funding a research and learning its basic facts Correct
Choose the correct paraphrase of the following quotation on the statements about research knowledge and experience.=E2=80=9CIn much of society, research means to investigate something you do not know or understand.=E2=80=9D - Neil Armstrong
  • Research is finding out there what others have not seen so you make a difference
  • Research is discussing specific issues
  • Research is not only answering questions but also discovering one=E2=80=99s talent and skill
  • Research is an investigation of the unknown Correct
Choose the correct paraphrase of the following quotation on the statements about research knowledge and experience.=E2=80=9CResearch is about engaging in a conversation with a brand.=E2=80=9D - Matthew Rhodes
  • Innovation is funding a research and learning its basic facts
  • Research provides an important perspective on our daily issues
  • Research is a formalized curiosity with a purpose
  • Research is discussing specific issues Correct
Choose the correct paraphrase of the following quotation on the statements about research knowledge and experience.=E2=80=9CResearch is formalized curiosity. It is poking and prying with a purpose. =E2=80=9D - Zora Neale Hurston
  • Research is discussing specific issues
  • Innovation is funding a research and learning its basic facts
  • Research provides an important perspective on our daily issues
  • Research is a formalized curiosity with a purpose Correct
Choose the correct paraphrase of the following quotation on the statements about research knowledge and experience.=E2=80=9CResearch is the highest form of adoration.=E2=80=9D =E2=80=95 Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
  • Research is valuing others=E2=80=99 work Correct
  • Research is an investigation of the unknown
  • Research is discussing specific issues
  • Innovation is funding a research and learning its basic facts
Choose the correct paraphrase of the following quotation on the statements about research knowledge and experience.=E2=80=9CThe measure of greatness in a scientific idea is the extent to which it stimulates thought and opens up new lines of research.=E2=80=9D =E2=80=95 Paul A.M. Dirac
  • Research is not only answering questions but also discovering one=E2=80=99s talent and skill
  • Research is a formalized curiosity with a purpose
  • Research starts from the stimulated mind and may end to measure of greatness Correct
  • Research can equip anyone
Choose the correct paraphrase of the following quotation on the statements about research knowledge and experience.=E2=80=9CThe more important reason is that the research itself provides an important long-run perspective on the issues that we face on a day-to-day basis.=E2=80=9D - Ben Bernanke
  • Research provides an important perspective on our daily issues Correct
  • Research is a formalized curiosity with a purpose
  • Research is discussing specific issues
  • Innovation is funding a research and learning its basic facts
Choose the most appropriate explanation to the meaning of the following quotation on qualitative research.=E2=80=9CFormal symbolic representation of qualitative entities is doomed to its rightful place of minor significance in a world where flowers and beautiful women abound.=E2=80=9D Albert Einstein
  • The unique capabilities of online and mobile qualitative research can be under modern category and they are very much useful in qualitative research
  • The flexible design of qualitative research is illustrated in the quotation since it can be modified from modern to conservative or vice-versa depending on the need of the study The skill set required of the researcher is the key to interpret unpredictable findings
  • The messy analysis and inductive approach is the qualitative characteristic describe in this quotation It involves multilayered process which may include anything but the inductive approach will shape the result into an intelligent and disciplined work that will really make a difference
  • The importance of context and meaning are the reasons to get the depth of explorations in qualitative research The setting of the problem and multiple ways to get data from the locale will surely help the researcher to explain the unexplainable
  • Qualitative research is everyday life research The issues to be addressed are in the beautiful places where problems are least expected to arise such as home, school, church, tourist spots, etc Correct
Choose the most appropriate explanation to the meaning of the following quotation on qualitative research.=E2=80=9CModernity is a qualitative, not a chronological, category.=E2=80=9D - Theodor Adorno
  • The messy analysis and inductive approach is the qualitative characteristic describe in this quotation It involves multilayered process which may include anything but the inductive approach will shape the result into an intelligent and disciplined work that will really make a difference
  • The importance of context and meaning are the reasons to get the depth of explorations in qualitative research The setting of the problem and multiple ways to get data from the locale will surely help the researcher to explain the unexplainable
  • The flexible design of qualitative research is illustrated in the quotation since it can be modified from modern to conservative or vice-versa depending on the need of the study The skill set required of the researcher is the key to interpret unpredictable findings
  • The unique capabilities of online and mobile qualitative research can be under modern category and they are very much useful in qualitative research Correct
  • Qualitative research is everyday life research The issues to be addressed are in the beautiful places where problems are least expected to arise such as home, school, church, tourist spots, etc
Choose the most appropriate explanation to the meaning of the following quotation on qualitative research.=E2=80=9CThe major strength of qualitative approach is the depth to which explorations are conducted, and descriptions are written, usually resulting in sufficient details for the reader to grasp the idiosyncrasies of the situation.=E2=80=9D =E2=80=93 Myers
  • The importance of context and meaning are the reasons to get the depth of explorations in qualitative research The setting of the problem and multiple ways to get data from the locale will surely help the researcher to explain the unexplainable Correct
  • The unique capabilities of online and mobile qualitative research can be under modern category and they are very much useful in qualitative research
  • Qualitative research is everyday life research The issues to be addressed are in the beautiful places where problems are least expected to arise such as home, school, church, tourist spots, etc
  • The messy analysis and inductive approach is the qualitative characteristic describe in this quotation It involves multilayered process which may include anything but the inductive approach will shape the result into an intelligent and disciplined work that will really make a difference
  • The flexible design of qualitative research is illustrated in the quotation since it can be modified from modern to conservative or vice-versa depending on the need of the study The skill set required of the researcher is the key to interpret unpredictable findings
Choose the most appropriate explanation to the meaning of the following quotation on qualitative research.=E2=80=9CThe most important advances, the qualitative leaps, are the least predictable. Not even the best scientists predicted the impact of nuclear physics, and everyday consumer items such as the iPhone would have seemed magic back in the 1950s.=E2=80=9D - Martin Rees
  • The unique capabilities of online and mobile qualitative research can be under modern category and they are very much useful in qualitative research
  • The flexible design of qualitative research is illustrated in the quotation since it can be modified from modern to conservative or vice-versa depending on the need of the study The skill set required of the researcher is the key to interpret unpredictable findings Correct
  • Qualitative research is everyday life research The issues to be addressed are in the beautiful places where problems are least expected to arise such as home, school, church, tourist spots, etc
  • The importance of context and meaning are the reasons to get the depth of explorations in qualitative research The setting of the problem and multiple ways to get data from the locale will surely help the researcher to explain the unexplainable
  • The messy analysis and inductive approach is the qualitative characteristic describe in this quotation It involves multilayered process which may include anything but the inductive approach will shape the result into an intelligent and disciplined work that will really make a difference
Choose the most appropriate explanation to the meaning of the following quotation on qualitative research.=E2=80=9CThe worse thing that contemporary qualitative research can imply is that, in this post-modern age, anything goes. The trick is to produce intelligent, disciplined work on the very edge of the abyss.=E2=80=9D =E2=80=95 David Silverman
  • The messy analysis and inductive approach is the qualitative characteristic describe in this quotation It involves multilayered process which may include anything but the inductive approach will shape the result into an intelligent and disciplined work that will really make a difference Correct
  • The flexible design of qualitative research is illustrated in the quotation since it can be modified from modern to conservative or vice-versa depending on the need of the study The skill set required of the researcher is the key to interpret unpredictable findings
  • The importance of context and meaning are the reasons to get the depth of explorations in qualitative research The setting of the problem and multiple ways to get data from the locale will surely help the researcher to explain the unexplainable
  • The unique capabilities of online and mobile qualitative research can be under modern category and they are very much useful in qualitative research
  • Qualitative research is everyday life research The issues to be addressed are in the beautiful places where problems are least expected to arise such as home, school, church, tourist spots, etc
Choose the technique for discovering theme to the description: Another linguistic approach is to look for naturally occurring shifts in thematic content.
  • Connectors
  • Word repetitions
  • Pawing
  • Unmarked texts
  • Searching for missing information
  • Cutting and Sorting
  • Social science queries
  • Compare and contrast
  • i Metaphors and analogies
  • j Transitions Correct
  • k Key words in context (KWIC)
  • l Indigenous category
Choose the technique for discovering theme to the description: Interviews searching for what people do in managing impersonal social relationships, methods by which people acquire and maintain achieved and ascribed status, and information about how people solve problems.
  • Metaphors and analogies
  • Pawing
  • Word repetitions
  • Indigenous category
  • Cutting and Sorting
  • Connectors
  • Transitions
  • Key words in context (KWIC)
  • i Compare and contrast
  • j Social science queries Correct
  • k Unmarked texts
  • l Searching for missing information
Choose the technique for discovering theme to the description: Investigators simply read the text and note words or synonyms that people use a lot.
  • Word repetitions Correct
  • Social science queries
  • Unmarked texts
  • Pawing
  • Metaphors and analogies
  • Indigenous category
  • Connectors
  • Key words in context (KWIC)
  • i Searching for missing information
  • j Compare and contrast
  • k Cutting and Sorting
  • l Transitions
Choose the technique for discovering theme to the description: It is based on a simple observation: if you want to understand a concept, then look at how it is used.
  • Pawing
  • Metaphors and analogies
  • Key words in context (KWIC) Correct
  • Compare and contrast
  • Transitions
  • Word repetitions
  • Cutting and Sorting
  • Searching for missing information
  • i Indigenous category
  • j Social science queries
  • k Connectors
  • l Unmarked texts
Choose the technique for discovering theme to the description: Much can be learned from a text by what is not mentioned.
  • Transitions
  • Social science queries
  • Word repetitions
  • Pawing
  • Cutting and Sorting
  • Unmarked texts
  • Searching for missing information Correct
  • Key words in context (KWIC)
  • i Indigenous category
  • j Connectors
  • k Compare and contrast
  • l Metaphors and analogies
Choose the technique for discovering theme to the description: The approach is based on a powerful trick most of us learned in kindergarten and requires paper and scissors.
  • Metaphors and analogies
  • Transitions
  • Searching for missing information
  • Key words in context (KWIC)
  • Cutting and Sorting Correct
  • Pawing
  • Indigenous category
  • Compare and contrast
  • i Social science queries
  • j Unmarked texts
  • k Word repetitions
  • l Connectors
Choose the technique for discovering theme to the description: The object is to look for metaphors in rhetoric and deduce the schemas, or underlying principles, that might produce patterns in those metaphors.
  • Transitions
  • Word repetitions
  • Unmarked texts
  • Searching for missing information
  • Cutting and Sorting
  • Indigenous category
  • Connectors
  • Compare and contrast
  • i Social science queries
  • j Pawing
  • k Key words in context (KWIC)
  • l Metaphors and analogies Correct
Confidentiality is used to protect a participant=E2=80=99s privacy by
  • Not sharing the name of the participant
  • Not sharing any data collected from the participant
  • Covering their images on video presentation
  • Sharing only the information permitted by the participant Correct
Debriefing should=E2=80=A6
  • Be delayed until data collection is complete
  • Explain all relevant aspects of research procedures Correct
  • Not be present at all times in the research process
  • Be omitted when deception is used
Draw your conclusion on the following statements by choosing the letter of the correct answer. Mateo almost wished that he hadn=E2=80=99t listened to the radio. He went to the closet and grabbed his umbrella. He would feel silly carrying it to the bus stop on such a sunny morning.
  • Mateo planned to trade his umbrella for a bus ride
  • Mateo realized that he had an unnatural fear of falling radio parts
  • Mateo had promised himself to do something silly that morning
  • Mateo heard a weather forecast; it would rain in the afternoon Correct
Draw your conclusion on the following statements by choosing the letter of the correct answer. The club president tendered his resignation and said, =E2=80=9CWhile I may no longer lead this organization, I will continue to support its endeavors and activities.=E2=80=9D
  • He was asked by the other members to resign
  • He will still participate in the activities of the organization Correct
  • He is gathering support for his candidacy in the next election
  • He was excited to leave his position as president
Draw your conclusion on the following statements by choosing the letter of the correct answer. The coordinator made an announcement, =E2=80=9COnly the first 100 applicants will be interviewed today. The others would have to come back tomorrow.=E2=80=9D
  • There are more than 100 applicants arrived today
  • Interview of applicants will be conducted today and tomorrow Correct
  • The applicants can choose between today or tomorrow for their interview
  • The coordinator is no longer interviewing applicants tomorrow
Fraud in research comprises
  • altering data to make them look better
  • publishing stolen work
  • all of the choices Correct
  • outright fabrication of data
How can online and mobile communications become advantageous in qualitative research?
  • Researchers can copy and paste data conveniently from online and mobile communications
  • Participants can avail privacy and comfort in answering online surveys on their mobile devices
  • They serve as research trends for researchers and participants
  • Participants can enrich their text responses by attaching files, images, links to websites, and voice response Correct
How does a researcher gain research knowledge?
  • by studying and synthesizing a complete review of related literature
  • by realizing the usefulness of those research outputs by employing the systematic process of research Correct
  • by conducting the data collection properly, ethically and factually
  • by publishing the complete and well-written research paper
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