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Explore DocumentsBooks - FictionBooks - Non-fictionHealth & MedicineBrochures/CatalogsGovernment DocsHow-To Guides/ManualsMagazines/NewspapersRecipes/MenusSchool Work+ all categoriesFeaturedRecentPeopleAuthorsStudentsResearchersPublishersGovernment & NonprofitsBusinessesMusiciansArtists & DesignersTeachers+ all categoriesMost FollowedPopularSign Up Log In 1First Page Previous Page Next Page / 33Sections not available Zoom Out Zoom In Fullscreen Exit Fullscreen Select View Mode View ModeBookSlideshowScroll Readcast Add a Comment Embed & Share Reading should be social! Post a message on your social networks to let others know what you're reading. Select the sites below and start sharing.Readcast this Document Login to Add a Comment Share & EmbedAdd to Collections Download this Document for FreeAuto-hide: on Ads by Google 1- Hypothesis refers to A. The outcome of an experiment B. A conclusion drawn from an experiment C. A form of bias in which the subject tries to outguess the experimenter D. A tentative statement about the relationship 2- Statistics is used by researchers to A. Analyze the empirical data collected in a study B. Make their findings sound better C. Operationally define their variables D. Ensure the study comes out the way it was intended 3- A literature review requires A. Planning B. Good & clear writing C. Lot of rewriting D. All of the above 4- A literature review is based on the assumption that A. Copy from the work of others B. Knowledge accumulates and learns from the work of others C. Knowledge disaccumulates D. None of the above option 5- A theoretical framework A. Elaborates the r/s among the variables B. Explains the logic underlying these r/s C. Describes the nature and direction of the r/s D. All of the above 6- Which of the following statement is not true? A. A research proposal is a document that presents a plan for a project B. A research proposal shows that the researcher is capable of successfully conducting the proposed research project C. A research proposal is an unorganized and unplanned project D. A research proposal is just like a research report and written before the research project 7- Preliminary data collection is a part of the A. Descriptive research B. Exploratory research C. Applied research D. Explanatory research 8Conducting surveys is the most common method of generating A. Primary data B. Secondary data C. Qualitative data D. None of the above 9- After identifying the important variables and establishing the logical reasoning in theoretical framework, the next step in the research process is A. To conduct surveys B. To generate the hypothesis C. To focus group discussions D. To use experiments in an investigation 10- The appropriate analytical technique is determined by A. The research design B. Nature of the data collected
_________is a comprehensive description and analysis of a single situation in a number of specific situations or cases: A. Pilot testing 2. Descriptive research D. Descriptive research D. Funnel technique 4. Quantitative research C. Field interview C. Historiography is the method of doing_________research or of gathering & analyzing historical evidence: A. Wide Area Telecommunications Service 4.To obtain the freest opinion of the respondent. Electronic interview 8.____________research produces hard data: A. Space 3. Direction D. Both A & B E. Graphical analysis C. Quantitative technique H.C. Basic research D. Telephone interview D. Interview guide 4. Inflation rate 4. Response rate 2. Field research B. The___________analysis is a technique for gathering and analyzing the content of a text: A. Survey design E. Service evaluation of hotels and restaurants can be done by the: 1. All of the given options D. Questionnaire design 3.Question that consists of two or more questions joined together is called a: 1. Mall interviews 2. Research design 2. Qualitative research B. Manager 4. Applied research 6. Historical research B. Primary data B. Survey interview B. when we ask general question before a specific question then this procedure is called as the: 1. Pre-testing 3. Secondary sources C.__________data refers to information gathered by someone other than the researcher conducting the present study: A. Primary sources B. Respondents are not willing to co-operate 3. who reads the questions and records the answers himself is known as the: 1._________interview is always with one respondent alone: A. Intensity B. Office assistant 3. Quantitative data 4. Mall intercept interviews 3.A small scale trial run of a particular component is known as: 1. Historical comparative researches often use_________sources or different data types in combination: A. Respondents are willing to co-operate 2. Internal sources D.The number of questionnaires returned or completed divided by the total number of eligible people who were contacted or asked to participate in the survey is called the: 1. Content analysis C. Applied research 7. Brief interviews 4. Nature of the hypothesis D. Double barreled question 2. Applied research 5. Participation rate 3. Field analysis D. Content analysis B. General question 3. Descriptive research C. Confusing question F. Quantitative research C.One of the most critical stages in the survey research process is: 1. Applied research D. Research technique 2. In this regard. Respondents do not like any participation 4. WATS lines provided by long distance telephone service at fixed rates. Both A & B I. Qualitative research B. Interview schedule 2. None of the given options . None of the given options 1. Interview design 4. External sources 10. WATS is the abbreviation of: 1.___________research produces soft data: A. All of the given options J. Accurate question 4.A list of questions which is handed over to the respondent. Questionnaire 3. Qualitative data D. West Africa Theological Seminary 2. Field research D. Secondary data C. World Air Transport Statistics C. None of the given options B.Field testing of the questionnaire shows that: 1. Mathematical analysis 2.__________is the strength or power of a message in a direction: A. Qualitative technique 3. Case study B. Personal interviews conducted in shopping malls are known as: 1. Lab experiments 4. Washtenaw Area Transportation Study 3. None of the given options G. Self-administered questionnaires 2.___________research is based on naturalism: A. Basic research C. Frequency C. Action research 9.
Quasi. Standard deviation.“Officers in my organization have higher than average level of commitment” Such a hypothesis is an example of………. Mean. Internal validity refers to . “Teacher should create a friendly environment in the classroom” this is the type of . Generalizability c.Discontinuous variable C. Low d. & QuizzesRated:(3 Ratings)OLD PAPERS AND ASGNTMS MCQsvuabidsta630following typereseachstatistics examplesscribdmethodology mcqssocial research(more tags)vuabidsta630following typereseachstatistics examplesscribdmethodology mcqssocial researchresearch aptituderesearch problemmcqs socialmethod mcqstechniques(fewer)FollowsaeedsjaanAds by Google . b. All of the above 3. Convenience sampling c. Which of the following is the weakest experimental design? a. What dependent variables are to be measured? d. Double Barreled d.Descriptive Hypothesis B. Quota sampling b. median. Which of the following statement is incorrect with respect to “An experimental design is a set of procedures specifying:” a. please follow these directions to submit a copyright infringement notice. b. Intensity b. Cancel This is a private document.Directional Hypothesis C. Which one of the following sets is the measure of central tendency? a.Categorical variable B. Departmental stores selected to test a new merchandising display system is the example of . a. High b.Discrete variable is also called……….Sometime documents provide incomplete account to the researcher d. Moderate c. Researcher can increase the sample size b. mode 2. Burdensome question 10. Time consumed in mall intercept interview is .Relational Hypothesis D. Operationalization d. a. A.Both A & B D. Two group posttest only design d. a. A. In lab experiment the effect of Variables is controlled to evaluate the causal relationship.None of the above 2. Extraneous b. c. a. Intervening d.Moderate c. Arithmetic mean. Info and RatingReads:6.Judgmental sampling d.Frequency d. All of the above 4. Direction 6.All of the above Ads by Google STA630 Research Methods MCQs VUABIDDownload this Document for FreePrintMobileCollectionsReport DocumentReport this document?Please tell us reason(s) for reporting this document Spam or junk Porn adult content Hateful or offensiveIf you are the copyright owner of this document and want to report it. Nil 9. Leading question b. Provides access on the subjects to which researcher does have physical access. Purposive sampling 1. Notes.633Uploaded:06/13/2009Category:School Work>Study Guides. Spontaneous feelings can be recorded when they occurred 7. a. a. How the test units (subjects) are to be divided into homogenous sub samples. standard deviation. Disadvantage of content analysis is . How many times the students appear in the research class is the example of _________.Researcher’s degree of confidence.1.What independent variables or treatments are to be measured? c. Space c. a.experimental design c. Ex post facto design 5. One group pretest-posttest design b. standard deviation c. Mean. mode d.Loaded question c. How the extraneous variables are to be controlled? 8. mode b. median. internal validity.
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