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16. Solve the mean of the following set of give numbers. Type your answer in
the space provided 16 78 54 82 40
54
FROM EZRA
1 Requires the interviewers have telephone
False
2 It is the most common measure of central tendency
Arithmetic Mean
3 Identify the mode on the following set of numbers 400 708 504 802 400
400
4 What kind of sampling if your sample is Professor I from the Universities in
the region IV A?
Stratified Sampling
17. Identify the mode of the following set of numbers 100 700 500 800 100
100
18. What kind of sampling if your list was the phone book, it would be easiest
to start perhaps the 17th person, and then select every 50th person from that
point on
Systematic Planning
19. What is the median of the following set of numbers 12 13 14 15 16
14
20. Solve the mean of the following set of give answers. Type your answer in
the space provided 12 79 59 87 43
56
5 It is neither the subject nor the experimenter knows whether the subject is
in the treatment of the control condition
Double Blind
21. You want to know the Number of Students in San Jose NHS
Survey research
6 213 and 314
101
22. Saves time involved in processing the data
True
7 A researcher will represent and manipulate certain observations that they
are studying
True
23. The power of a test is the probability of finding significance if the
alternative hypothesis is true
True
8. Identify the mode on the following set of numbers 165 765 545 165 415
165
24. In this scale are the ultimate nirvana when it comes to measurement
scales because tell us about the order, they tell us the exact value between
units
Ration Scale
9.This reliability the consistency of results across items, often measures with
Cronbach’s Alpha
Internal Consistency
10 one of the general guideline in reporting and writing the data analysis and
interpretation is the subtitles of section are based on the questions in the
statement of the problem, stated in declarative form, single space bond
True
11. In order to have a random selection method of sampling that utilizes
some form of random selection
True
12. It means that a tool measures what it sets out to measure for example,
that a pain assessment tool measures pain intensity rather than anxiety
Measurement Validity
13. 211 and 219
8
14. What kind of sampling if your list was the phone book, it would be easiest
to start at perhaps the 8th person, and then select every 150th person from
that point on?
Systematic Planning
15. 2 and 12
10
25. This reliability the reliability of two tests constructed the same way, from
the same content
Parallel-Forms Reliability
26.A score on a well-constructed test is believed to reflect a psychological
construct such as achievement in a school subject, cognitive ability, aptitude,
emotional functioning, personality, etc.
True
27. Recommendations are not based on important results and conclusions
False
28. This is the population in research to which the researchers can apply their
conclusions
Accessible population
29. The specific questions should follow the order they are given under the
statement of the problem
True
30. IN THIS SCALE it is the order of the values is what is important and
significant but the differences between each one is not really known
Ordinal scale
31. Solve the mean of the following set of give numbers. 15 75 55 85 45
55
32. One of the general guideline in reporting and writing the data analysis
and the interpretation is an introductory paragraph is provided at the start of
the chapter
True
33. It is the mid point of a distribution
Median
34. It refers to an ANOVA using two independent variable
TWO-WAY ANOVA
35. You want to know who is better in learning section 1 or section 2
Survey research
36. In this scale it is used numeric scale in which we know noit only the order
but also the exact differences between the values
Interval scale
37. The consistency of results across items often measures wit Cronbach’s
Alpha
True
38. What kind of sampling if your sample is every 21st of the participants from
the 1800 participants in the training seminar
Systematic sampling
39. Solve the mean 106,708,504,802,400
504
40. 15 and 35
20
41. What kind of sampling if your sample is religious affliction from each of
the 50 states
Stratified sampling
42. What king of sampling if your strata where individual school in the
division of antipolo you would randomly select perhaps 20 schools and test
all of the students within those schools
Cluster sampling
43. This research may include case studies, ethnographic studies, ethological
studies whose primary characteristics is being observed or recorded
Observational research
44. This is the group that receives the experimental treatment manipulation
or is different form the control group on the variable under study
Experimental or treatment group
45. One of the general guideline in reporting and writing the data analysis
and the interpretation is the tables and figures should be in continuous
numbering. It should be presented the first before discussion enclose tables
with double line on top should be used, graphs should be colored
True
46. It is true experiments but use naturally formed or pre existing groups
Quasi-experiment
47. It is a subject that has an equal probability of being selected for either the
treatment or control group
Random assignment
48. Correlational research involves comparative in this research the study of
two or more groups is done without focusing on the relationship
False
49. What kind of sampling if your sample is doctorate degree holder form the
20 divisions in the NCR
Stratified sampling
50. You want to explore who is dominant graduate of BSED or BEED
survey research
51. what kind of sampling you were going to use if your sample is every 20th
child in the 1000 children in a single row
systematic sampling
52. you want to know who is better section Narra or section Santol
survey research
53. casual comparative research is the bed rock of most sciences most
specifically natural sciences
true
54. saves the interviewer from carrying around hundreds of questionnaires
true
55. a descriptive study establishes only associations between variables an
experimental study establishes casualty
true
56. tables and figures should not be im continuous numbering it should be
presented first before discussion enclose tables with double line on top
should be used graphs should be colored
false
57. this reliability the degree toi which different raters/ observers give
consistent answers of estimates
inter-rater/ observer reliability
58. it is more structured method than in qualitative research compare to
quantitative research
interview method
RSCH G11
-Which of the following is not an ethical dilemma in research?
Select one: a. Misconduct in research b. Informed consent c. Falsification of
data bank d. Conflicts of interest
-True or False: A responsible researcher looks for alternative ways to arrive at
a conclusion in the study.
-What aspect of research experience illustrates the expedition of the
researcher?
-What does “observe justice” mean in ethical research?
Select one: a. Individuals should be treated as autonomous agents. b.
Persons with diminished autonomy (e.g., prisoners, students, children, etc)
should not be coerced to participate in a research. c. Investigators should
mind the reduction of risk that might occur from the research. d. Investigator
should practice fairness in distribution and equitable selection of
participants.
probably necessary to conduct the study and explain how the findings will
present this information.
Select one: True False
-A researcher may withhold a participant’s name and any identifying
characteristics when asked to present such information when
Select one: a. They feel the information is unnecessary to the individual b.
They have obtained a certificate of confidentiality c. It is a case involving
required reporting d. The research paper is not published yet.
-Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research
question, and answer FALSE if it is an incorrect description. It must only ask
about the relationship between two or more variables.
Select one: True False
-What is scientific method?
Select one: a. Validating the results b. Systematic process c. Good research d.
Making research instruments
-Identify the research title with the description of APPLIED or PURE research:
Applying the algorithm for detecting individual trees from Drone Images
-Research is described as a cycle because it follows a process.
-Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research
question, and answer FALSE if it is an incorrect description. It has the
potential to suggest directions for past research.
Select one: True False
-Which of the following is not included in the research experience?
Select one: a. Identity of the researcher b. Biography of the researcher c.
Social class of the researcher d. Emotions of the researcher
-Anonymity is when a participant does not give a researcher…
Select one: a. His/her name and identifying characteristics b. Confidential
material c. Confidential material and identifying characteristics d. His/her
name e. Identifying characteristics f. His/her name and confidential material
-Research is
Select one: a. Reorganizing, or restating, reviewing common findings b.
Analyzing and interpreting new information c. Collecting existing information
d. Modifying established knowledge
-Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research
question, and answer FALSE if it is an incorrect description. It should not use
comparative terms (such as higher, better, etc.).
Select one: True False
-Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research
question, and answer FALSE if it is an incorrect description. The problem
statement is more specific than a topic and it limits the scope of the research
problem.
Select one: True False
-Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research
question, and answer FALSE if it is an incorrect description. The problem
statement is more specific than a topic and it limits the scope of the research
problem.
Select one: True False
-Identify the research title with the description of APPLIED or PURE research:
The Specific Genetic Code of the Fruit Fly
-Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research
question, and answer FALSE if it is an incorrect description. It is biased in
terminology or position.
Select one: False
-Identify the research title with the description of APPLIED or PURE research:
Compositions of Protons, Neutrons and Electrons
-Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research
question, and answer FALSE if it is an incorrect description. Indicate what is
-The Internet has become an accepted source of information for educational
research. Which of the following is NOT an indicator of the quality of
information found on the Internet?
Select one: a. The number of &quot;hits&quot; for the site b. The honesty of the
reported information c. The authenticity of the information d. The lack of
bias
-What should a review of the literature enable an investigator to do?
Select one: a. Provide the insights necessary to develop a logical framework
into which the topic fits. b. Ascertain what is already known about a topic. c.
None of the choices d. Identify methodological strategies for designing the
study. e. All of the choices
-What is the context of “literature” in a research project?
Select one: a. Any highly regarded novel b. Any paper source c. Any written
material d. Published accounts of researchers
-Identify the following materials by choosing the correct letter: Food blog
Select one: a. Syndicated b. Dynamic c. Static
-Identify the citation format used in the following references by writing CMS,
APA or MLA: Pollan, Michael. 2006. The Omnivore’s Dilemma: A Natural
History of Four Meals. New York: Penguin.
-Most of the searches for related literature are conducted using:
Select one: a. Long sentences b. Key word searches c. Short sentences d. Key
letter searches
-Identify the following materials by choosing the correct letter: Braveheart
(starred and produced by Mel Gibson)
Select one: a. Dynamic b. Static c. Syndicated
-Which of the following statements is NOT TRUE with regards to the
literature review?
Select one: a. It shows why research questions are important. b. It explains
the method necessary for the gathering of data. c. It helps researchers to
build up an argument. d. It has everything a researcher needs to read about
his/her research
-What is the most popular citation style used in academic research papers?
Select one: a. APA and CMS b. APA c. CMS d. MLA e. CMS and MLA f. All of
the choices g. APA and MLA
-Identify the following materials by choosing the correct letter: Spolarium by
Juan Luna
Select one: a. Syndicated b. Dynamic c. Static
-In a study of birth planning in China reenhalgh in Ryan and ernard 00
surveyed 1011 evermarried women gathered social and economic histories
from 10 families. he conducted indepth interviews with present and formal
officials known as cadres and collected documentary evidence from local
newspapers ournals and other sources. reenhalgh notes that ecause I was
largely constrained from asking direct uestions aout resistance the informal
record of field notes interview transcripts and uestionnaire data contains few
overt challenges to state policy. reenhalgh concludes however that their
conversations with the researchers oth peasants and cadres made strategic
use of silence to protest aspects of the policy they did not like. adres for
eample were loathe to comment on irthplanning campaigns peasant women
were reluctant to talk aout steriliation. hese silences form one part of the
unofficial record of irth planning in the villages. More eplicit protests were
registered in informal conversations. rom these interactions emerged a sense
of profound distress of villagers forced to choose etween a resistance that
was politically risky and a compliance that violated the norms of hinese
culture and of practical reason.
Answer: searching for missing information
-Artwork of the child participants
Select one: a. Pictures . Word Tales and Lists c. Graphics
-Answer 1,2,3, 4, 5 or 6, to identify the stages of the interview where the
following statements are said.
“How does your family view your situation?”
-Identify the technique used to discover the thees in the data below.
Naomi Quinn (in Ryan and Bernard, 2003) has analyzed hundreds of hours of
interviews to discover concepts underlying American marriage and to show
how these concepts are tied together. he egan y looking at patterns of
speech and at the repetition of key words and phrases paying particular
attention to informants use of metaphors and the commonalities in their
reasoning about marriage. an one of her informants says that marriage is a
manufactured product. his popular metaphor indicates that an sees
marriages as something that has properties like strength and staying power
and as something that reuires work to produce. ome marriages are put
together well while others fall apart like so many cars or toys or washing
machines.
Answer: Metaphors and analogies
-The idea that themes represent the ways in which tets are either similar or
different from each other.
Select one: a. Unarked tets . Searching for issing inforation c. onnectors d.
Indigenous categor e. awing f. Social science queries g. compare and contrast
h. Metaphors and analogies i. ord repetitions . e words in contet I k. utting
and Sorting l. Transitions
-Barkin et al. (in Ryan and Bernard, 2003) interviewed clinicians community
leaders and parents aout what physicians could and did do to prevent
violence among youth. hese were long comple interviews so arkin et al. roke
the coding process into two steps. hey started with three maor themes that
they developed from theory. he principle investigator went through the
transcripts and cut out all the uotes that pertained to each of the maor
themes. hen four other coders independently sorted the uotes from each
maor theme into piles. hen the pile sort data were analyed with
multidimensional scaling and cluster analysis to identify suthemes shared
across coders.
Answer: cutting and sorting
-Anonymity is when a participant does not give a researcher…
Answer: His/her name and identifying characteristics
-The mathematics involved is very high level and people often struggle with it
even after being taught how to do it.
-Which of the following is the first step in starting the research process?
Answer: Identification of problem
-True or False: A responsible researcher looks for alternative ways to arrive at
a conclusion in the study.
-What aspect of research experience illustrates the pressure to the
researcher in meeting research deadlines?
Which of the following is a research method that allows a researcher to get
information about a large number of subjects relatively inexpensively and
easily?
-Subjectivity of researcher in methodology is recognized less. –False
Anything that might indicate membership in groups or in supopulations of
interest to the study such as profession social status socioeconomic class
religion or ethnicity
Select one: a. Human traffic b. verbal behavior and interactions c. Physical
behavior and gestures d. Appearance e. Personal space f. People who stand
out
What do you think about the two presidential candidates?
Much can be learned from a text by what is not mentioned.
Select one: a. Transitions . Unarked tets c. Indigenous categor d. ord
repetitions e. awing f. Metaphors and analogies g. opare and contrast h.
utting and Sorting i. e words in contet I . j. Searching for missing information
k. onnectors l. Social science queries
What is your message to people who are still fighting cancer until now
-Informed consent requires that individuals…
associated with the research
-A researcher may withhold a participant’s name and any identifying
characteristics when asked to present such information when
Answer: They have obtained a certificate of confidentiality
-What is a research instrument?
Answer: a tool for data collection
-A reasoning where one start with certain particular statements and
conclude with a universal statement is called
-It addresses the question of how people produce social reality in and
through interactive processes.
Answer: Qualitative research is the best design for a social inquiry since it
explores and analyzes people's values and perspective through observation.
-What is an ethical dilemma?
Answer: conflict between the different principles of immoral conduct
-What does “observe justice” mean in ethical research?
Answer: Investigator should practice fairness in distribution and equitable
selection of participants
-Which of the following is a characteristic of a well-written research
hypothesis?
-Which of the following is NOT a role of a researcher?
Answer: fabricator of data
-Reliability of survey questions was not established.
-In the title “The chemistry of English Language between Foreign and Local
Students of Holy Ghost College in Bangued, Abra”, who could e the possible
beneficiaries of the research
Answer: Students, teachers, school administrators and future researchers
-What should e considered in formulating research questions for the
statement of the problem?
Answer: Avoid open-ended questions that need explanatory answers.
-The results of this study should be limited to students enrolled in similar
programs.
-Choose the correct paraphrase of the following quotation on the statements
about research knowledge and experience. “In much of society, research
means to investigate something you do not know or understand. ” -Neil
Armstrong
Answer: Research is an investigation of the unknown.
-It should not pose an ethical or moral problem for implementation.
-True or False: Qualitative research requires data from a natural setting.
-Which of the following is not an ethical dilemma in research?
Answer: Falsification of data bank
-Research benefits and beneficiaries are mentioned in
Answer: Significance of the study
-Write TRUE if the statement gives the correct description of an everyday life
research and FALSE if it is incorrect. The observation of such forms can be
broken into the dimensions of temporal, spatial, material, social, meaningful,
media-technical, emotional and bodily aspects.
-Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research
question, and answer FALSE if it is an incorrect description. It has the
potential to suggest directions for past research.
-Which of the following is a good research question?
Answer: How do teenagers view the word “forever”?
-Identify the research title with the description of APPLIED or PURE research:
Compositions of Protons, Neutrons and Electrons
-Write SCOPE if the sentence must be placed in the coverage of the research,
and write ELIMITATI if it is a restriction of the research. The study is focused
on the possible implementation of online ea in the university.
-Statistics will not be utilized in analyzing the results.
-How can a researcher become the data gathering instrument in qualitative
research?
Answer: The researcher is at the center of the data-gathering phase.
-What is conceptual audacity that can be found in the theme of everyday life
research?
Answer: A tool that enables us to see new and perhaps surprising aspects of
the everyday lives that we lead.
-It must only ask about the relationship between two or more variables
-Which of the following titles is best for applied research?
Answer: The effectiveness of abstinence programs
-What does participant-researcher relationship mean in qualitative research?
Answer: The participants and the researcher share the “research space”.
-What is the scope of the research?
Answer: Identifies the possibilities to which to which the study becomes
manageable in terms of issues, respondents, and time.
-The researcher invented the results of the study.
-The beneficiaries mentioned in the significance of the study pertain to
Answer: People and institution who have directly or indirectly experienced
the research problem.
-What qualitative research characteristic is being described in the statement:
The data and the researchers interpretation of the data - hinge greatly on the
contents fro which the data are obtained
Answer: Importance of context
-It clearly states the constructs to be examined.
-Q: What are your views on homelessness? A: Well, I think it’s a terrible thing
that in a modern society we have a problem such as this. I don’t know though
what we can do about it. I want to do something but I don’t know what. You
are constantly reminded of the problem if you go to town. They are always
there asking for money. You don’t know though if they really need it or if
they are in fact doing quite well from begging. But if you have any caring
qualities you can’t ignore requests for help, when you have so much for
yourself. They say a lot of people choose to live on the streets – well I don’t
believe that. I think that is an easy thing for the authorities to say – it lets
them off the hook. So really I guess the answer to your questions is that I am
not sure what to think about homelessness. I feel that something should be
done but I feel powerless to do anything personally. I think that the time has
come for the government to do something. It makes me feel uncomfortable;
I don’t know what to do. Source: Grbich (2013)
The government is the only one who can help the homeless
-The Internet has become an accepted source of information for educational
research. Which of the following is NOT an indicator of the quality of
information found on the Internet?
Answer: The authenticity of the information
-What is the context of “literature” in a research project?
Answer: Published accounts of researchers
-Name the research misconduct performed in the following situations by
choosing the letter of the correct answer: She hastily distorted the statistical
computation of the data to finish her paper on time.
-Identify the sample used in the researches below by choosing the letter of
Dunckley, Aspinal, Addington-Hall, Hughes, &amp; Higginson (in Nieswiadomy,
2008) used the staff in one hospice and one nursing home setting in London
as their research data. The purpose of the study was to identify facilitators
and barriers to the use of the Palliative Care Outcome Scale (POS). Staff took
part in semi-structured interviews, completed diaries, and participated in
monthly meetings to give their opinions of what they thought were the
facilitators and barriers to the implementation of the POS.
Answer: staff of one hospice and one nursing home
-The World Famous Hot Dog Site. (1999, July 7). Retrieved January 5, 2008,
-Q: What are your views on homelessness? A: Well, I think it’s a terrible thing
that in a modern society we have a problem such as this. I don’t know though
what we can do about it. I want to do something but I don’t know what. You
are constantly reminded of the problem if you go to town. They are always
there asking for money. You don’t know though if they really need it or if
they are in fact doing quite well from begging. But if you have any caring
qualities you can’t ignore requests for help, when you have so much for
yourself. They say a lot of people choose to live on the streets – well I don’t
believe that. I think that is an easy thing for the authorities to say – it lets
them off the hook. So really I guess the answer to your questions is that I am
not sure what to think about homelessness. I feel that something should be
done but I feel powerless to do anything personally. I think that the time has
come for the government to do something. It makes me feel uncomfortable;
I don’t know what to do. Source: Grbich (2013)
The homeless are stereotyping their social conditions to beg for money.
-Harmon (in Nieswiadomy, 2008) collected data from 8 nurses who were
employed between 1951 and 1965 in a Virginia state hospital. These nurses
were now retired and had between 12 and 46 years of psychiatric nursing
experience. The researcher wanted to describe the experiences of these
nurses who practiced in a state mental hospital before and during the
introduction of antipsychotic medications. They expressed resignation and
frustration while trying to provide care despite crowded wards and
inadequate personnel and supplies. The nurses indicated that they focused
on the patient’s body instead of on the patient’s mind. The camaraderie they
experienced with other nurses helped them continue in their positions,
despite what they felt to be a “thankless job.”
-A director didn’t cite the name of the playwright he used in the contest.
-What information is required for the APA in-text citation?
Personal author: McCullough, David G. Title: John Adams Publication info:
New York : Simon &amp; Schuster, c2001. Bibliography note: Includes
bibliographical references (p. 703-726) and index
-What organization principle is used to explain historical changes or
perspectives?
-Do the preliminary data analysis on the interview below by agreeing or
disagreeing on the following statements. Write TRUE for agree and FALSE for
disagree.
Interview Segment Q: What are your views on homelessness? A: Well, I think
it’s a terrible thing that in a modern society we have a problem such as this. I
don’t know though what we can do about it. I want to do something but I
don’t know what. You are constantly reminded of the problem if you go to
town. They are always there asking for money. You don’t know though if they
really need it or if they are in fact doing quite well from begging. But if you
have any caring qualities you can’t ignore requests for help, when you have
so much for yourself. They say a lot of people choose to live on the streets –
well I don’t believe that. I think that is an easy thing for the authorities to say
– it lets them off the hook. So really I guess the answer to your questions is
that I am not sure what to think about homelessness. I feel that something
should be done but I feel powerless to do anything personally. I think that
the time has come for the government to do something. It makes me feel
uncomfortable; I don’t know what to do. Source: Grbich (2013)
Many people are still unconditionally helping the homeless.
-Identify the citation format used in the following references by writing CMS,
&not;-What type of source is the newspaper clipping?
-What citation style was used in this source? Ellis, Rod. Understanding
Second Language Acquisition. New York: Oxford University, 1986. Print.
-Identify the sample used in the researches below by choosing the letter of
Adler (2003) examined the relationship of foreign language study and SAT
Verbal scores. Additionally, the study explored whether or not the number of
years of foreign language study had an impact on SAT verbal scores. The
students involved were female seniors at a private high school in suburban
Maryland. It was hypothesized that there would be no significant effect that
the choice of foreign language study has on the verbal score achieved on the
SAT. This hypothesis was rejected because there was a significant difference
in SAT Verbal averages among the students of three different foreign
languages. French foreign language students outperformed Spanish and Latin
foreign language students
Answer: female senior students
-Which part of the review of the related literature engages in a dialogue with
the literature?
-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?
Answer: Include a citation after each separate example to indicate where you
found them.
-Which of the following is the best way to maximize the process of reviewing
of the related literature?
Answer: Reviewing the researcher’s notes made on editorial and overview
papers and chapters
-Answer 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6, to identify the stages of the interview where the
following statements are said.
“What is your message to people who are still fighting cancer until now?”
-The research report need not to be substantially different from drafts,
except where participants have indicated that change is necessary.
-Identify the category of the information in participant observation by
choosing the letter of the best answer.
How people use their bodies and voices to communicate different emotions;
what individuals’ behaviors indicate about their feelings toward one another,
their social rank, or their profession.
Answer: Physical behavior and gestures
-Identify the category of the information in participant observation by
choosing the letter of the best answer.
Gender, age, ethnicity, and profession of speakers; dynamics of interaction
Answer: Verbal behavior and interactions
-Recommendations should aim for the ideals but they must be feasible,
practical, and attainable even for impossible.
-Identify the most appropriate way to display the following research data.
Choose the letter of the correct answer.
Area plan of a research field
-Answer 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6, to identify the stages of the interview where the
following statements are said.
“Thank you for finding time to be in this interview. Your story is very
inspiring.”
-Choose the technique for discovering theme to the description:
The idea that themes represent the ways in which texts are either similar or
different from each other.
Answer: Compare and contrast
-Identify the following questions as OPEN, LEADING or MAPPING.
Do you think he is gay?
-Not too much detail is needed in the summary of findings – simple answer
the research questions, and draw the conclusion.
-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.
Answer: Social science queries
-Draw your conclusion on the following statements by choosing the letter of
The coordinator made an announcement, “Only the first 100 applicants will
be interviewed today. The others would have to come back tomorrow.”
Answer: Interview of applicants will be conducted today and tomorrow.
-Identify the category of the information in participant observation by
choosing the letter of the best answer.
Where people enter and exit; how long they stay; who they are (ethnicity,
age, gender); whether they are alone or accompanied; number of people
-Identify the following questions as OPEN, LEADING or MAPPING.
Since you wish to pursue your graduate studies, what course will you enroll?
-Answer 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6, to identify the stages of the interview where the
following statements are said.
“This research is conducted to investigate the life experiences of people who
survived cancer and now living cancer free for more than 5 years.”
-Identify the most appropriate way to display the following research data.
Choose the letter of the correct answer.
Summary of research findings
Answer: Word Tables and Lists
-Draw your conclusion on the following statements by choosing the letter of
The club president tendered his resignation and said, “While I may no longer
lead this organization, I will continue to support its endeavors and activities.”
Answer: He will still participate in the activities of the organization.
-Draw your conclusion on the following statements by choosing the letter of
In reading, we should consider not only what we can directly get from the
text but also what we can read between the lines. In order to fully
understand and appreciate a thought, a sentence, a passage, and a text, we
need to read more than the literal meaning (Yu &amp; Plata, 2006).
Answer: We should use given information in inferring ideas.
-Identify the most appropriate way to display the following research data.
Choose the letter of the correct answer.
The list of research participants
Answer: Word Tables and Lists
-Draw your conclusion on the following statements by choosing the letter of
Mateo almost wished that he hadn’t 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.
Answer: Mateo heard a weather forecast; it would rain in the afternoon.
-What is a research design?
Answer: all of the choices
-What is bibliography?
Answer: A complete list of all works related to the study including the ones
that are not directly contained in the report.
-Choose the best research design approach for the following research title:
Children of wealthy parents in the education system
-Which of the following is the correct notion about observation?
Answer: A key data gathering method in social sciences
contains a small number of people (usually eight to twelve) and
is convened to address topics introduced by a group moderator?
Answer: Focus group discussion
-The researcher collected data using questionnaires, structured observation
and interviews. What is the research design applied?
-Choose the best research design approach for the following research title: A
Qualitative Study of Multicultural Identities: Three Cases of London's InnerCity Children
-What is the purpose of the qualitative data analysis?
Answer: To accomplish a clear description of the phenomenon under study
-Which statement is true in writing research recommendations?
Answer: Recommendations should be logical and valid.
-Which of the following is not a type of narrative research?
-What techniques for discovering research texts fall under simple
observation?
Answer: Word repetitions, key-indigenous terms, and key-words-in-contexts
(KWIC)
-What is the final stage of analyzing data?
Answer: Presenting the data in tabular form
-What type of source are documentary films?
-Which of the following is NOT the function of references?
Answer: To ensure sufficiently long reference list
-What influences the choice of the research design?
Answer: All of the choices
-A study is based on 30 people (across three focus groups). What type of
study is this?
-Which of the following belongs to related literature?
-Choose the best research design approach for the following research title: A
personal journey with grounded theory methodology
-Which of the following titles is a narrative research?
Answer: The Life and Works of Rizal
-How does verification of data happen?
Answer: Check and recheck the data to ensure the initial conclusions are
realistic, supportable, and valid.
-When assessing Internet based literature, which of the following is NOT
important?
Answer: The layout of the site
-A surveyor placed a cable across a street to count the number of vehicles
which pass over it at different times of the day in order to select a site for a
new 7-Eleven store. What type of data collection did he use?
-Which of the following should be considered in questioning data validity and
reliability?
Answer: All of the choices
-Choose the best research design approach for the following research title:
Solving word problems of preschoolers through illustrations
-Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of related literature and
studies?
Answer: Reviewed materials must be many.
-Threats to credibility in qualitative research exist when
.
Answer: The data that fail to fit the explanation or interpretation are not
-What is common in data collection among qualitative researches?
-Which of the following is the purpose of recommendations?
Answer: Courses of actions suggested by the researcher based on the
findings of the study
-In participant observation, what information can be observed?
Answer: All of the choices
-Which of the following is the correct order in writing the research paper?
Answer: Introduction, method, results, discussion and references
-Which of the following method is used in qualitative research?
Answer: Focus group discussion
-Choose the best research design approach for the following research title:
Lived experiences of adult caregiving daughter and their elderly mothers
-Which of the following citation used the APA format?
Answer: Canonigo, C.S. (1999). English Grammar &amp; Composition Part 1.
Manila: CKC Publication
-Which of the following is the first stage of in-depth interview?
Answer: Establish an initial rapport
-Which of the following do you need to consider in designing a research?
-Choose the best research design approach for the following research title: A
historical and comparative note on the relationship between analytic
induction and grounded theorizing
-Choose the best research design approach for the following research title:
The lived experience of being a sole mother in the Philippines
-Which connector is used to signify conditional relationships?
-A study is based on 1000 people interviewed face-to-face in shopping areas.
What qualitative data collection was used?
-The entire research project is an exercise in
Answer: All of the choices
-Which citation style is usually used in social science researches?
-Which statement is correct in writing research conclusion?
Answer: All of the choices
-What are research data?
Answer: All of the choices
-Why is participant observation common among ethnographic studies?
Answer: Because it helps researchers learn the perspectives held by study
populations.
-What kind of questions must be used in conducting interviews?
-What is known to be deliberately fabricating details of a research project?
Answer: Lying by fabrication
-What are the ways to verify conclusions for qualitative research?
Answer: Memoing, verification and credibility
-Which qualitative research design seeks action to improve practice and
study the effects of the action that was taken?
-What qualitative analytic approach is mentioned here? This approach
involves the researcher in the production of “objective” accounts of the
content of the verbal, written or visual texts, the development of codes and
categories often prior to analysis, and the definition and measurement of
units of analysis.
-What section of the research should clarify concepts defined within the
scope of the study?
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d. A Seed to love reading, writing analyzing and sharing valuable information
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consider your length of paper.
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television shows and movies ooze with research - both on the part of the
writers and the actors?
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b. Means to understand various issues
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Richard B.
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c. MLA System
Which of the following is not an ethical dilemma in research?
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c. Falsification of data bank
True or False: A responsible researcher looks for alternative ways to arrive at
a conclusion in the study.
What aspect of research experience illustrates the expedition of the
researcher?
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What does “observe justice” mean in ethical research?
Select one:
d. Investigator should practice fairness in distribution and equitable selection
of participants.
A researcher may withhold a participant’s name and any identifying
characteristics when asked to present such information when
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b. They have obtained a certificate of confidentiality
What is scientific method?
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b. Systematic process
Research is described as a cycle because it follows a process.
Which of the following is not included in the research experience?
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c. Social class of the researcher
Anonymity is when a participant does not give a researcher…
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a. His/her name and identifying characteristics
Research is
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b. Analyzing and interpreting new information
It should not use comparative terms (such as higher, better, etc.).
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False
The problem statement is more specific than a topic and it limits the scope of
the research problem.
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True
It addresses indirectly some real problem in the world.
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True
The Specific Genetic Code of the Fruit Fly
It is biased in terminology or position.
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False
Identify the research title with the description of APPLIED or PURE research:
Compositions of Protons, Neutrons and Electrons
Indicate what is probably necessary to conduct the study and explain how
the findings will present this information.
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True
It must only ask about the relationship between two or more variables.
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True
Applying the algorithm for detecting individual trees from Drone Images
It has the potential to suggest directions for past research.
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False
The Internet has become an accepted source of information for educational
research. Which of the following is NOT an indicator of the quality of
information found on the Internet?
Select one:
c. The authenticity of the information
What should a review of the literature enable an investigator to do?
Select one:
a. Provide the insights necessary to develop a logical framework into which
the topic fits.
What is the context of “literature” in a research project?
Select one:
d. Published accounts of researchers
Most of the searches for related literature are conducted using:
Select one:
b. Key word searches
Identify the following materials by choosing the correct letter:
Braveheart (starred and produced by Mel Gibson)
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b. Static
Which of the following statements is NOT TRUE with regards to the literature
review?
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b. It explains the method necessary for the gathering of data.
What is the most popular citation style used in academic research papers?
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g. APA and MLA
Identify the following materials by choosing the correct letter:
Spolarium by Juan Luna
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c. Static
Identify the technique used to discover the themes in the data below.
In a study of birth planning in China, Greenhalgh (in Ryan and Bernard, 2003)
surveyed 1,011 ever-married women, gathered social and economic histories
from 150 families. She conducted in-depth interviews with
present and formal officials (known as cadres), and collected documentary
evidence from local newspapers, journals and other sources. Greenhalgh
notes that &quot;Because I was largely constrained from asking direct
questions about resistance, the informal record of field notes, interview
transcripts, and questionnaire data contains few overt challenges to state
policy.&quot; Greenhalgh concludes, however, that their conversations with
the researchers, both peasants and cadres made strategic use of silence to
protest aspects of the policy they did not like. Cadres, for example were
loathe to comment on birth-planning campaigns; peasant women
were reluctant to talk about sterilization. These silences form one part of the
unofficial record of birth planning in the villages. More explicit protests were
registered in informal conversations. From these interactions
emerged a sense of profound distress of villagers forced to choose between a
resistance that was politically risky and a compliance that violated the norms
of Chinese culture and of practical reason.
Answer: searching for missing information
Identify the most appropriate way to display the following research data.
Choose the letter of the correct answer.
Artwork of the child participants
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a. Pictures
Identify the following materials by choosing the correct letter:
Food blog
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a. Syndicated
Answer 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6, to identify the stages of the interview where the
following statements are said.
“How does your family view your situation?”
Identify the citation format used in the following references by writing CMS,
APA or MLA:
Pollan, Michael. 2006. The Omnivore’s Dilemma: A Natural History of Four
Meals. New York: Penguin.
Identify the technique used to discover the themes in the data below.
Naomi Quinn (in Ryan and Bernard, 2003) has analyzed hundreds of hours of
interviews to discover concepts underlying American marriage and to show
how these concepts are tied together. She began by looking
at patterns of speech and at the repetition of key words and phrases, paying
particular attention to informants' use of metaphors and the commonalities
in their reasoning about marriage. Nan, one of her informants,
says that &quot;marriage is a manufactured product.&quot; This popular metaphor
indicates that Nan sees marriages as something that has properties, like
strength and staying power, and as something that requires work to
produce. Some marriages are &quot;put together well,&quot; while others &quot;fall apart&quot;
like so many cars or toys or washing machines.
Answer: metaphors and analogies
Identify the category of the information in participant observation by
choosing the letter of the best answer.
Anything that might indicate membership in groups or in sub-populations of
interest to the study, such as profession, social status, socioeconomic class,
religion, or ethnicity
Select one:
d. Appearance
Identify the following questions as OPEN, LEADING or MAPPING.
What do you think about the two presidential candidates?
Choose the technique for discovering theme to the description:
Much can be learned from a text by what is not mentioned.
Select one:
j. Searching for missing information
Answer 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6, to identify the stages of the interview where the
following statements are said.
“What is your message to people who are still fighting cancer until now?”
Choose the technique for discovering theme to the description:
The idea that themes represent the ways in which texts are either similar or
different from each other.
Select one:
g. Compare and contrast
Identify the technique used to discover the themes in the data below.
Barkin et al. (in Ryan and Bernard, 2003) interviewed clinicians, community
leaders, and parents about what physicians could and did do to prevent
violence among youth. These were long, complex interviews, so
Barkin et al. broke the coding process into two steps. They started with three
major themes that they developed from theory. The principle investigator
went through the transcripts and cut out all the quotes that
pertained to each of the major themes. Then four other coders
independently sorted the quotes from each major theme into piles. Then, the
pile sort data were analyzed with multidimensional scaling and cluster
analysis to identify subthemes shared across coders.
Answer: cutting and sorting
What is a research design?
Select one:
b. all of the choices
What is bibliography?
Select one:
c. A complete list of all works related to the study including the ones that are
not directly contained in the report.
Choose the best research design approach for the following research title:
Children of wealthy parents in the education system
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b. Grounded Theory
Which of the following is the correct notion about observation?
Select one:
d. A key data gathering method in social sciences.
Which of the following is not a type of narrative research?
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c. Case study
What is the final stage of analyzing data?
Select one:
d. Presenting the data in tabular form
Which of the following is NOT the function of references?
Select one:
c. To ensure sufficiently long reference list
A study is based on 30 people (across three focus groups). What type of
study is this?
Select one:
d. Qualitative
Choose the best research design approach for the following research title:
A personal journey with grounded theory methodology
Select one:
c. Grounded Theory
Which of the following titles is a narrative research?
Select one:
c. The Life and Works of Rizal
How does verification of data happen?
Select one:
b. Check and recheck the data to ensure the initial conclusions are realistic,
supportable, and valid.
When assessing Internet based literature, which of the following is NOT
important?
Select one:
b. The layout of the site
A surveyor placed a cable across a street to count the number of vehicles
which pass over it at different times of the day in order to select a site for a
new 7-Eleven store. What type of data collection did he use?
Select one:
a. Observation
Which of the following should be considered in questioning data validity and
reliability?
Select one:
d. All of the choices
Choose the best research design approach for the following research title:
Solving word problems of preschoolers through illustrations
Select one:
a. Action Research
contains a small number of people (usually eight to twelve) and
is convened to address topics introduced by a group moderator?
Select one:
c. Focus group discussion
d. Introduction, method, results, discussion and references
The researcher collected data using questionnaires, structured observation
and interviews. What is the research design applied?
Select one:
b. Ethnographic
Choose the best research design approach for the following research title:
A Qualitative Study of Multicultural Identities: Three Cases of London's InnerCity Children
Select one:
d. Ethnographic Research
Which of the following method is used in qualitative research?
Select one:
d. Focus group discussion
Choose the best research design approach for the following research title:
Lived experiences of adult caregiving daughter and their elderly mothers
Select one:
d. Phenomenological Research
What is the purpose of the qualitative data analysis?
Select one:
d. To accomplish a clear description of the phenomenon under study
Which of the following citation used the APA format?
Select one:
b. Canonigo, C.S. (1999). English Grammar &amp; Composition Part 1. Manila: CKC
Publication
Which statement is true in writing research recommendations?
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b. Recommendations should be logical and valid.
Which of the following do you need to consider in designing a research?
Select one:
d. Focus on your research questions.
What techniques for discovering research texts fall under simple
observation?
Select one:
d. Word repetitions, key-indigenous terms, and key-words-in-contexts (KWIC)
Choose the best research design approach for the following research title:
A historical and comparative note on the relationship between analytic
induction and grounded theorizing
Select one:
d. Ethnographic Research
What type of source are documentary films?
Select one:
a. Static
Choose the best research design approach for the following research title:
The lived experience of being a sole mother in the Philippines
Select one:
a. Phenomenological Research
What influences the choice of the research design?
Select one:
b. All of the choices
Which connector is used to signify conditional relationships?
Select one:
b. Rather than
Which of the following belongs to related literature?
Select one:
b. textbook
A study is based on 1000 people interviewed face-to-face in shopping areas.
What qualitative data collection was used?
Select one:
a. Interview
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of related literature and
studies?
Select one:
c. Reviewed materials must be many.
Threats to credibility in qualitative research exist when
Select one:
a. The data that fail to fit the explanation or interpretation are not
.
What is common in data collection among qualitative researches?
Select one:
a. Language based
Which of the following is the purpose of recommendations?
Select one:
b. Courses of actions suggested by the researcher based on the findings of
the study
In participant observation, what information can be observed?
Select one:
a. All of the choices
Which of the following is the correct order in writing the research paper?
Select one:
The entire research project is an exercise in
Select one:
d. All of the choices
Which citation style is usually used in social science researches?
Select one:
b. APA format
Which statement is correct in writing research conclusion?
Select one:
b. All of the choices
What are research data?
Select one:
c. All of the choices
Why is participant observation common among ethnographic studies?
Select one:
d. Because it helps researchers learn the perspectives held by study
populations.
What kind of questions must be used in conducting interviews?
Select one:
c. Mapping questions
What is known to be deliberately fabricating details of a research project?
Select one:
c. Lying by fabrication
What are the ways to verify conclusions for qualitative research?
Select one:
b. Memoing, verification and credibility
Which qualitative research design seeks action to improve practice and study
the effects of the action that was taken?
Select one:
d. Action research
What qualitative analytic approach is mentioned here? This approach
involves the researcher in the production of “objective” accounts of the
content of the verbal, written or visual texts, the development of codes and
categories often prior to analysis, and the definition and measurement of
units of analysis.
Select one:
d. Enumerative approach
What section of the research should clarify concepts defined within the
scope of the study?
Select one:
b. Conclusion
Which of the following is the first stage of in-depth interview?
Select one:
c. Establish an initial rapport
Write TRUE if the statement gives the correct description of an everyday life
research and FALSE if it is incorrect.
The mathematics involved is very high level and people often struggle with it
even after being taught how to do it.
Select one:
False
Which of the following is the first step in starting the research process?
Select one:
b. Identification of problem
True or False: A responsible researcher looks for alternative ways to arrive at
a conclusion in the study.
What aspect of research experience illustrates the pressure to the researcher
in meeting research deadlines?
Select one:
a. Emotions
Which of the following is a research method that allows a researcher to get
information about a large number of subjects relatively inexpensively and
easily?
Select one:
d. Naturalistic observation
Write TRUE if the statement gives the correct description of an everyday life
research and FALSE if it is incorrect.
Subjectivity of researcher in methodology is recognized less.
Select one:
False
Informed consent requires that individuals…
Select one:
b. Have adequate information about the procedures and benefits associated
with the research
A researcher may withhold a participant’s name and any identifying
characteristics when asked to present such information when
Select one:
a. They have obtained a certificate of confidentiality
What is a research instrument?
Select one:
d. a tool for data collection
A reasoning where one start with certain particular statements and conclude
with a universal statement is called
Select one:
d. inductive method
1.It addresses the question of how people produce social reality in and
through interactive processes.
Select one:
c. Qualitative research is the best design for a social inquiry since it explores
and analyzes people's values and perspective through observation.
What is an ethical dilemma?
Select one:
a. conflict between the different principles of immoral conduct
What does “observe justice” mean in ethical research?
Select one:
b. Investigator should practice fairness in distribution and equitable selection
of participants.
Which of the following is a characteristic of a well-written research
hypothesis?
Select one:
b. pertinent question
Which of the following is NOT a role of a researcher?
Select one:
b. fabricator of data
Choose the correct paraphrase of the following quotation on the statements
about research knowledge and experience.
“In much of society, research means to investigate something you do not
know or understand. ” -Neil Armstrong
Select one:
d. Research is an investigation of the unknown.
True or False: Qualitative research requires data from a natural setting.
Which of the following is not an ethical dilemma in research?
Select one:
d. Falsification of data bank
Write TRUE if the statement gives the correct description of an everyday life
research and FALSE if it is incorrect.
The observation of such forms can be broken into the dimensions of
temporal, spatial, material, social, meaningful, media-technical, emotional
and bodily aspects.
Select one:
True
Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research
question, and answer FALSE if it is an incorrect description.
It has the potential to suggest directions for past research.
Select one:
False
Which of the following is a good research question?
Select one:
a. How do teenagers view the word “forever”?
Identify the research title with the description of APPLIED or PURE research:
Compositions of Protons, Neutrons and Electrons
Write SCOPE if the sentence must be placed in the coverage of the research,
and write DELIMITATION if it is a restriction of the research.
The study is focused on the possible implementation of online exam in the
university.
The beneficiaries mentioned in the significance of the study pertain to
Select one:
a. People and institution who have directly or indirectly experienced the
research problem.
What qualitative research characteristic is being described in the statement:
The data and the researcher’s interpretation of the data – hinge greatly on
the contexts from which the data are obtained.
Select one:
b. Importance of context
Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research
question, and answer FALSE if it is an incorrect description.
It clearly states the constructs to be examined.
Select one:
True
Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research
question, and answer FALSE if it is an incorrect description.
It should not pose an ethical or moral problem for implementation.
Select one:
True
Write SCOPE if the sentence must be placed in the coverage of the research,
and write DELIMITATION if it is a restriction of the research.
Statistics will not be utilized in analyzing the results.
Research benefits and beneficiaries are mentioned in
Select one:
c. Significance of the study
How can a researcher become the data gathering instrument in qualitative
research?
Select one:
b. The researcher is at the center of the data-gathering phase.
What is conceptual audacity that can be found in the theme of everyday life
research?
Select one:
b. A tool that enables us to see new and perhaps surprising aspects of the
everyday lives that we lead.
Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research
question, and answer FALSE if it is an incorrect description.
It must only ask about the relationship between two or more variables.
Select one:
True
Which of the following titles is best for applied research?
Select one:
c. The effectiveness of abstinence programs
What does participant-researcher relationship mean in qualitative research?
Select one:
a. The participants and the researcher share the “research space”.
Write SCOPE if the sentence must be placed in the coverage of the research,
and write DELIMITATION if it is a restriction of the research.
Reliability of survey questions was not established.
What is the scope of the research?
Select one:
d. Identifies the possibilities to which to which the study becomes
manageable in terms of issues, respondents, and time.
In the title “The Chemistry of English Language between Foreign and Local
Students of Holy Ghost College in Bangued, Abra”, who could be the possible
beneficiaries of the research?
Select one:
c. Students, teachers, school administrators and future researchers
Name the research misconduct performed in the following situations by
choosing the letter of the correct answer:
The researcher invented the results of the study.
Select one:
a. Fabrication
b. Plagiarism
c. Falsification
The correct answer is: Fabrication
What should be considered in formulating research questions for the
statement of the problem?
Select one:.
c. Avoid open-ended questions that need explanatory answers.
Write SCOPE if the sentence must be placed in the coverage of the research,
and write DELIMITATION if it is a restriction of the research.
The results of this study should be limited to students enrolled in similar
programs.
Do the preliminary data analysis on the interview below by agreeing or
disagreeing on the following statements. Write TRUE for agree and FALSE for
disagree.
Interview Segment
Q: What are your views on homelessness?
A: Well, I think it’s a terrible thing that in a modern society we have a
problem such as this. I don’t know though what we can do about it. I want to
do something but I don’t know what. You are constantly reminded of the
problem if you go to town. They are always there asking for money. You
don’t know though if they really need it or if they are in fact doing quite well
from begging. But if you have any caring qualities you can’t ignore
requests for help, when you have so much for yourself. They say a lot of
people choose to live on the streets – well I don’t believe that. I think that is
an easy thing for the authorities to say – it lets them off the hook. So
really I guess the answer to your questions is that I am not sure what to think
about homelessness. I feel that something should be done but I feel
powerless to do anything personally. I think that the time has come for the
government to do something. It makes me feel uncomfortable; I don’t know
what to do.
Source: Grbich (2013)
The government is the only one who can help the homeless.
The correct answer is: False
The Internet has become an accepted source of information for educational
research. Which of the following is NOT an indicator of the quality of
information found on the Internet?
Select one:
a. The authenticity of the information
b. The lack of bias
c. The number of &quot;hits&quot; for the site
d. The honesty of the reported information
The correct answer is: The authenticity of the information
What is the context of “literature” in a research project?
Select one:
a. Any paper source
b. Any written material
c. Any highly regarded novel
d. Published accounts of researchers
The correct answer is: Published accounts of researchers
Identify the citation format used in the following references by writing CMS,
APA or MLA:
The World Famous Hot Dog Site. (1999, July 7). Retrieved January 5, 2008,
The correct answer is: APA
Do the preliminary data analysis on the interview below by agreeing or
disagreeing on the following statements. Write TRUE for agree and FALSE for
disagree.
Interview Segment
Q: What are your views on homelessness?
A: Well, I think it’s a terrible thing that in a modern society we have a
problem such as this. I don’t know though what we can do about it. I want to
do something but I don’t know what. You are constantly reminded of the
problem if you go to town. They are always there asking for money. You
don’t know though if they really need it or if they are in fact doing quite well
from begging. But if you have any caring qualities you can’t ignore
requests for help, when you have so much for yourself. They say a lot of
people choose to live on the streets – well I don’t believe that. I think that is
an easy thing for the authorities to say – it lets them off the hook. So
really I guess the answer to your questions is that I am not sure what to think
about homelessness. I feel that something should be done but I feel
powerless to do anything personally. I think that the time has come for the
government to do something. It makes me feel uncomfortable; I don’t know
what to do.
Source: Grbich (2013)
The homeless are stereotyping their social conditions to beg for money.
The correct answer is: False
Identify the sample used in the researches below by choosing the letter of
Harmon (in Nieswiadomy, 2008) collected data from 8 nurses who were
employed between 1951 and 1965 in a Virginia state hospital. These nurses
were now retired and had between 12 and 46 years of psychiatric
nursing experience. The researcher wanted to describe the experiences of
these nurses who practiced in a state mental hospital before and during the
introduction of antipsychotic medications. They expressed
resignation and frustration while trying to provide care despite crowded
wards and inadequate personnel and supplies. The nurses indicated that they
focused on the patient’s body instead of on the patient’s mind. The
camaraderie they experienced with other nurses helped them continue in
their positions, despite what they felt to be a “thankless job.”
Select one:
a. experiences of these nurses
b. crowded wards and inadequate personnel and supplies
c. antipsychotic medications
d. 8 nurses
The correct answer is: 8 nurses
Name the research misconduct performed in the following situations by
choosing the letter of the correct answer:
A director didn’t cite the name of the playwright he used in the contest.
Select one:
a. Falsification
b. Plagiarism
c. Fabrication
The correct answer is: Plagiarism
What information is required for the APA in-text citation?
Personal author: McCullough, David G.
Publication info: New York : Simon &amp; Schuster, c2001.
Bibliography note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 703-726) and index.
Select one:
a. McCullough, 2001
b. David Mc Cullough, 2001 (p.703-726)
c. David Mc Cullough, 2001
d. McCullough, 2001 (p.703-726)
The correct answer is: McCullough, 2001
What organization principle is used to explain historical changes or
perspectives?
Select one:
a. Theme
b. Chronology
c. Development of ideas
d. Section
The correct answer is: Chronology
Name the research misconduct performed in the following situations by
choosing the letter of the correct answer:
She hastily distorted the statistical computation of the data to finish her
paper on time.
Select one:
a. Plagiarism
b. Falsification
c. Fabrication
The correct answer is: Falsification
Identify the sample used in the researches below by choosing the letter of
Dunckley, Aspinal, Addington-Hall, Hughes, &amp; Higginson (in Nieswiadomy,
2008) used the staff in one hospice and one nursing home setting in London
as their research data. The purpose of the study was to identify
facilitators and barriers to the use of the Palliative Care Outcome Scale (POS).
Staff took part in semi-structured interviews, completed diaries, and
participated in monthly meetings to give their opinions of what they
thought were the facilitators and barriers to the implementation of the POS.
Select one:
a. semi-structured interviews, completed diaries
b. staff of one hospice and one nursing home
c. facilitators and barriers of the Palliative Care Outcome Scale (POS)
d. one hospice and one nursing home
The correct answer is: staff of one hospice and one nursing home
Do the preliminary data analysis on the interview below by agreeing or
disagreeing on the following statements. Write TRUE for agree and FALSE for
disagree.
Interview Segment
Q: What are your views on homelessness?
A: Well, I think it’s a terrible thing that in a modern society we have a
problem such as this. I don’t know though what we can do about it. I want to
do something but I don’t know what. You are constantly reminded of the
problem if you go to town. They are always there asking for money. You
don’t know though if they really need it or if they are in fact doing quite well
from begging. But if you have any caring qualities you can’t ignore
requests for help, when you have so much for yourself. They say a lot of
people choose to live on the streets – well I don’t believe that. I think that is
an easy thing for the authorities to say – it lets them off the hook. So
really I guess the answer to your questions is that I am not sure what to think
about homelessness. I feel that something should be done but I feel
powerless to do anything personally. I think that the time has come for the
government to do something. It makes me feel uncomfortable; I don’t know
what to do.
Source: Grbich (2013)
Many people are still unconditionally helping the homeless.
The correct answer is: True
Identify the citation format used in the following references by writing CMS,
APA or MLA:
The correct answer is: MLA
What type of source is the newspaper clipping?
Select one:
a. Static
b. Syndicated
c. Dynamic
d. All of the choices
The correct answer is: Syndicated
What citation style was used in this source?
Ellis, Rod. Understanding Second Language Acquisition. New York: Oxford
University, 1986. Print.
Select one:
a. CMS
b. APA
c. MLA
d. None of the choices
The correct answer is: MLA
Identify the sample used in the researches below by choosing the letter of
Adler (2003) examined the relationship of foreign language study and SAT
Verbal scores. Additionally, the study explored whether or not the number of
years of foreign language study had an impact on SAT verbal
scores. The students involved were female seniors at a private high school in
suburban Maryland. It was hypothesized that there would be no significant
effect that the choice of foreign language study has on the verbal
score achieved on the SAT. This hypothesis was rejected because there was a
significant difference in SAT Verbal averages among the students of three
different foreign languages. French foreign language students
outperformed Spanish and Latin foreign language students.
Select one:
a. female senior students
b. Latin foreign language students
c. French foreign language students
d. relationship of foreign language study and SAT Verbal scores
The correct answer is: female senior students
Which part of the review of the related literature engages in a dialogue with
the literature?
Select one:
a. Introduction
b. All of the choices
c. Conclusion
d. Body
The correct answer is: Introduction
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?
Select one:
a. All of the choices
b. Include a citation after each separate example to indicate where you
found them.
c. 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.
d. Include them in one parenthetical citation or endnote after you have
finished listing them.
The correct answer is: Include a citation after each separate example to
indicate where you found them.
Which of the following is the best way to maximize the process of reviewing
of the related literature?
Select one:
a. Reviewing the researcher’s notes made on editorial and overview papers
and chapters
b. Critically evaluating the personal study like how one does to other
research work
c. All of the choices
d. Using the internet to find the key researchers
The correct answer is: Reviewing the researcher’s notes made on editorial
and overview papers and chapters
The research report need not to be substantially different from drafts, except
where participants have indicated that change is necessary.
Select one:
b. True
Identify the category of the information in participant observation by
choosing the letter of the best answer.
How people use their bodies and voices to communicate different emotions;
what individuals’ behaviors indicate about their feelings toward one another,
their social rank, or their profession.
Select one:
f. Physical behavior and gestures
Identify the category of the information in participant observation by
choosing the letter of the best answer.
Gender, age, ethnicity, and profession of speakers; dynamics of interaction
Select one:
d. Verbal behavior and interactions
Recommendations should aim for the ideals but they must be feasible,
practical, and attainable even for impossible.
Select one:
a. False
Answer 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6, to identify the stages of the interview where the
following statements are said.
“This research is conducted to investigate the life experiences of people who
survived cancer and now living cancer free for more than 5 years.”
Identify the most appropriate way to display the following research data.
Choose the letter of the correct answer.
Summary of research findings
Select one:
c. Word Tables and Lists
Draw your conclusion on the following statements by choosing the letter of
The club president tendered his resignation and said, “While I may no longer
lead this organization, I will continue to support its endeavors and activities.”
Select one:
d. He will still participate in the activities of the organization.
Identify the most appropriate way to display the following research data.
Choose the letter of the correct answer.
Area plan of a research field
Select one:
c. Graphics
Answer 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6, to identify the stages of the interview where the
following statements are said.
“Thank you for finding time to be in this interview. Your story is very
inspiring.”
Choose the technique for discovering theme to the description:
The idea that themes represent the ways in which texts are either similar or
different from each other.
Select one:
f. Compare and contrast
Identify the following questions as OPEN, LEADING or MAPPING.
Do you think he is gay?
Not too much detail is needed in the summary of findings – simple answer
the research questions, and draw the conclusion.
Select one:
b. True
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.
Select one:
h. Social science queries
Draw your conclusion on the following statements by choosing the letter of
The coordinator made an announcement, “Only the first 100 applicants will
be interviewed today. The others would have to come back tomorrow.”
Select one:
c. Interview of applicants will be conducted today and tomorrow.
Identify the category of the information in participant observation by
choosing the letter of the best answer.
Where people enter and exit; how long they stay; who they are (ethnicity,
age, gender); whether they are alone or accompanied; number of people
Select one:
c. Human traffic
Identify the following questions as OPEN, LEADING or MAPPING.
Since you wish to pursue your graduate studies, what course will you enroll?
Draw your conclusion on the following statements by choosing the letter of
In reading, we should consider not only what we can directly get from the
text but also what we can read between the lines. In order to fully
understand and appreciate a thought, a sentence, a passage, and a text, we
need to read more than the literal meaning (Yu &amp; Plata, 2006).
Select one:
a. We should use given information in inferring ideas.
Identify the most appropriate way to display the following research data.
Choose the letter of the correct answer.
The list of research participants
Select one:
a. Word Tables and Lists
Draw your conclusion on the following statements by choosing the letter of
Mateo almost wished that he hadn’t 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.
Select one:
c. Mateo heard a weather forecast; it would rain in the afternoon.
Modern qualitative research can generally involve a detailed study of
c. values and judgement
Which of the following is the first step in starting the research process?
c. Identification of problem
Choose the correct paraphrase of the following quotation on the statements
about research knowledge and experience.
“Research is formalized curiosity. It is poking and prying with a purpose. ”
-Zora Neale Hurston
h. Research is a formalized curiosity with a purpose.
“Research is the highest form of adoration” â€• Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
d. Research is valuing others’ work.
A researcher may withhold a participant’s name and any identifying
characteristics when asked to present such information when
b. They have obtained a certificate of confidentiality
Which of the following is not an example of qualitative researchers?
Select one:
a. descriptive research
Among the steps in the research process, which part typically takes the most
time of the researcher?
Select one:
a. Collecting data
Researchers can encourage people to volunteer to participate in their project
by
Select one:
a. Offering small incentives
What aspect of research experience illustrates the expedition of the
researcher?
Select one:
Debriefing shoulD
c. Explain all relevant aspects of research procedures
Which of the following is a type of quantitative research design?
b. Television ratings
Which of the following is not part of the library research?
b. Decide the research design appropriate for the topic.
Research involves exploring what
have come to.
b. conclusion
other researchers
1. Which part of the research paper do you find the following?
Question text
Confidentiality is used to protect a participant’s privacy by
Select one:
c. Sharing only the information permitted by the participant
It must give precise answers that will determine the difference or
relationship, or implication of the variables under study.
ANSWER:Statement of the Problem
2. Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research
Anonymity is when a participant does not give a researcher…
Select one:
b. His/her name and identifying characteristics
True or False: A responsible researcher looks for alternative ways to arrive at
a conclusion in the study.
False
question, and answer FALSE if it is an incorrect description.
It should not pose an ethical or moral problem for implementation.
3. Identify the research title with the description of APPLIED or PURE
research:
The Specific Genetic Code of the Fruit Fly
What is scientific method?
Select one:
c. Systematic process
4. Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research
Research hypotheses can be defined as
a. A tentative conclusion or answer to a specific question raised at the
beginning of the investigation.
The problem statement is more specific than a topic and it limits the scope of
the research problem
What is the common research experience of a novice researcher?
Select one:
c. Reading various materials in answering assignments.
5. Which part of the research paper do you find the following?
What scope of research promotes awareness to its audience?
a. Education
question, and answer FALSE if it is an incorrect description.
It embodies substantive words or keywords or phrases that describe one’s
research study
6. Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research
question, and answer FALSE if it is an incorrect description.
Choose the correct paraphrase of the following quotation on the statements
about research knowledge and experience.
“All I’m armed with is research.” -Mike Wallace
h. Research can equip anyone.
It clearly states the constructs to be examined.
7. Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research
What is a research instrument?
d. a tool for data collection
Choose the correct paraphrase of the following quotation on the statements
about research knowledge and experience.
question, and answer FALSE if it is an incorrect description.
It is biased in terminology or position.
8. Which part of the research paper do you find the following?
This section indicates the specific benefits which will be gained from the
results of the study.
ANSWER:Significance of the Study
9. Which part of the research paper do you find the following?
It must also reflect the variables under study.
10:Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research
question, and answer FALSE if it is an incorrect description.
It has multiple possible answers.
RSCH G11
-Which of the following is not an ethical dilemma in research?
Select one: a. Misconduct in research b. Informed consent c. Falsification of
data bank d. Conflicts of interest
-True or False: A responsible researcher looks for alternative ways to arrive at
a conclusion in the study.
-What aspect of research experience illustrates the expedition of the
researcher?
Select one: a. Involvement b. Research Adventure c. Emotions d. Knowledge
-What does “observe justice” mean in ethical research?
Select one: a. Individuals should be treated as autonomous agents. b.
Persons with diminished autonomy (e.g., prisoners, students, children, etc)
should not be coerced to participate in a research. c. Investigators should
mind the reduction of risk that might occur from the research. d. Investigator
should practice fairness in distribution and equitable selection of
participants.
-A researcher may withhold a participant’s name and any identifying
characteristics when asked to present such information when
Select one: a. They feel the information is unnecessary to the individual b.
They have obtained a certificate of confidentiality c. It is a case involving
required reporting d. The research paper is not published yet.
-What is scientific method?
Select one: a. Validating the results b. Systematic process c. Good research d.
Making research instruments
-Research is described as a cycle because it follows a process.
-Which of the following is not included in the research experience?
Select one: a. Identity of the researcher b. Biography of the researcher c.
Social class of the researcher d. Emotions of the researcher
-Anonymity is when a participant does not give a researcher…
Select one: a. His/her name and identifying characteristics b. Confidential
material c. Confidential material and identifying characteristics d. His/her
name e. Identifying characteristics f. His/her name and confidential material
-Research is
Select one: a. Reorganizing, or restating, reviewing common findings b.
Analyzing and interpreting new information c. Collecting existing information
d. Modifying established knowledge
-Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research
question, and answer FALSE if it is an incorrect description. It should not use
comparative terms (such as higher, better, etc.).
Select one: True False
-Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research
question, and answer FALSE if it is an incorrect description. The problem
statement is more specific than a topic and it limits the scope of the research
problem.
Select one: True False
-Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research
question, and answer FALSE if it is an incorrect description. The problem
statement is more specific than a topic and it limits the scope of the research
problem.
Select one: True False
-Identify the research title with the description of APPLIED or PURE research:
The Specific Genetic Code of the Fruit Fly
-Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research
question, and answer FALSE if it is an incorrect description. It is biased in
terminology or position.
Select one: True False
-Identify the research title with the description of APPLIED or PURE research:
Compositions of Protons, Neutrons and Electrons
-Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research
question, and answer FALSE if it is an incorrect description. Indicate what is
probably necessary to conduct the study and explain how the findings will
present this information.
Select one: True False
-Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research
question, and answer FALSE if it is an incorrect description. It must only ask
about the relationship between two or more variables.
Select one: True False
-Identify the research title with the description of APPLIED or PURE research:
Applying the algorithm for detecting individual trees from Drone Images
-Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research
question, and answer FALSE if it is an incorrect description. It has the
potential to suggest directions for past research.
Select one: True False
-The Internet has become an accepted source of information for educational
research. Which of the following is NOT an indicator of the quality of
information found on the Internet?
Select one: a. The number of &quot;hits&quot; for the site b. The honesty of the
reported information c. The authenticity of the information d. The lack of
bias
-What should a review of the literature enable an investigator to do?
Select one: a. Provide the insights necessary to develop a logical framework
into which the topic fits. b. Ascertain what is already known about a topic. c.
None of the choices d. Identify methodological strategies for designing the
study. e. All of the choices
-What is the context of “literature” in a research project?
Select one: a. Any highly regarded novel b. Any paper source c. Any written
material d. Published accounts of researchers
-Identify the following materials by choosing the correct letter: Food blog
Select one: a. Syndicated b. Dynamic c. Static
-Identify the citation format used in the following references by writing CMS,
APA or MLA: Pollan, Michael. 2006. The Omnivore’s Dilemma: A Natural
History of Four Meals. New York: Penguin.
-Most of the searches for related literature are conducted using:
Select one: a. Long sentences b. Key word searches c. Short sentences d. Key
letter searches
-Identify the following materials by choosing the correct letter: Braveheart
(starred and produced by Mel Gibson)
Select one: a. Dynamic b. Static c. Syndicated
-Which of the following statements is NOT TRUE with regards to the
literature review?
Select one: a. It shows why research questions are important. b. It explains
the method necessary for the gathering of data. c. It helps researchers to
build up an argument. d. It has everything a researcher needs to read about
his/her research
-What is the most popular citation style used in academic research papers?
Select one: a. APA and CMS b. APA c. CMS d. MLA e. CMS and MLA f. All of
the choices g. APA and MLA
-Identify the following materials by choosing the correct letter: Spolarium by
Juan Luna
Select one: a. Syndicated b. Dynamic c. Static
-In a study of birth planning in China reenhalgh in Ryan and ernard 00
surveyed 1011 evermarried women gathered social and economic histories
from 10 families. he conducted indepth interviews with present and formal
officials known as cadres and collected documentary evidence from local
newspapers ournals and other sources. reenhalgh notes that ecause I was
largely constrained from asking direct uestions aout resistance the informal
record of field notes interview transcripts and uestionnaire data contains few
overt challenges to state policy. reenhalgh concludes however that their
conversations with the researchers oth peasants and cadres made strategic
use of silence to protest aspects of the policy they did not like. adres for
eample were loathe to comment on irthplanning campaigns peasant women
were reluctant to talk aout steriliation. hese silences form one part of the
unofficial record of irth planning in the villages. More eplicit protests were
registered in informal conversations. rom these interactions emerged a sense
of profound distress of villagers forced to choose etween a resistance that
was politically risky and a compliance that violated the norms of hinese
culture and of practical reason.
Answer: searching for missing information
-Artwork of the child participants
Select one: a. Pictures . Word Tales and Lists c. Graphics
-Answer 1,2,3, 4, 5 or 6, to identify the stages of the interview where the
following statements are said.
“How does your family view your situation?”
-Identify the technique used to discover the thees in the data below.
Naomi Quinn (in Ryan and Bernard, 2003) has analyzed hundreds of hours of
interviews to discover concepts underlying American marriage and to show
how these concepts are tied together. he egan y looking at patterns of
speech and at the repetition of key words and phrases paying particular
attention to informants use of metaphors and the commonalities in their
reasoning about marriage. an one of her informants says that marriage is a
manufactured product. his popular metaphor indicates that an sees
marriages as something that has properties like strength and staying power
and as something that reuires work to produce. ome marriages are put
together well while others fall apart like so many cars or toys or washing
machines.
Answer: Metaphors and analogies
Anything that might indicate membership in groups or in supopulations of
interest to the study such as profession social status socioeconomic class
religion or ethnicity
Select one: a. Human traffic b. verbal behavior and interactions c. Physical
behavior and gestures d. Appearance e. Personal space f. People who stand
out
What do you think about the two presidential candidates?
-Much can be learned from a text by what is not mentioned.
Select one: a. Transitions . Unarked tets c. Indigenous categor d. ord
repetitions e. awing f. Metaphors and analogies g. opare and contrast h.
utting and Sorting i. e words in contet I . j. Searching for missing information
k. onnectors l. Social science queries
What is your message to people who are still fighting cancer until now
-The idea that themes represent the ways in which tets are either similar or
different from each other.
Select one: a. Unarked tets . Searching for issing inforation c. onnectors d.
Indigenous categor e. awing f. Social science queries g. compare and contrast
h. Metaphors and analogies i. ord repetitions . e words in contet I k. utting
and Sorting l. Transitions
-Barkin et al. (in Ryan and Bernard, 2003) interviewed clinicians community
leaders and parents aout what physicians could and did do to prevent
violence among youth. hese were long comple interviews so arkin et al. roke
the coding process into two steps. hey started with three maor themes that
they developed from theory. he principle investigator went through the
transcripts and cut out all the uotes that pertained to each of the maor
themes. hen four other coders independently sorted the uotes from each
maor theme into piles. hen the pile sort data were analyed with
multidimensional scaling and cluster analysis to identify suthemes shared
across coders.
Answer: cutting and sorting
-Anonymity is when a participant does not give a researcher…
Answer: His/her name and identifying characteristics
-The mathematics involved is very high level and people often struggle with it
even after being taught how to do it.
-Which of the following is the first step in starting the research process?
Answer: Identification of problem
-True or False: A responsible researcher looks for alternative ways to arrive at
a conclusion in the study.
-What aspect of research experience illustrates the pressure to the
researcher in meeting research deadlines?
Which of the following is a research method that allows a researcher to get
information about a large number of subjects relatively inexpensively and
easily?
-Subjectivity of researcher in methodology is recognized less. –False
-Informed consent requires that individuals…
associated with the research
-A researcher may withhold a participant’s name and any identifying
characteristics when asked to present such information when
Answer: They have obtained a certificate of confidentiality
-What is a research instrument?
Answer: a tool for data collection
-A reasoning where one start with certain particular statements and
conclude with a universal statement is called
-It addresses the question of how people produce social reality in and
through interactive processes.
Answer: Qualitative research is the best design for a social inquiry since it
explores and analyzes people's values and perspective through observation.
-What is an ethical dilemma?
Answer: conflict between the different principles of immoral conduct
-What does “observe justice” mean in ethical research?
Answer: Investigator should practice fairness in distribution and equitable
selection of participants
-Which of the following is a characteristic of a well-written research
hypothesis?
-Which of the following is NOT a role of a researcher?
Answer: fabricator of data
-Choose the correct paraphrase of the following quotation on the statements
about research knowledge and experience. “In much of society, research
means to investigate something you do not know or understand. ” -Neil
Armstrong
Answer: Research is an investigation of the unknown.
-True or False: Qualitative research requires data from a natural setting.
-Which of the following is not an ethical dilemma in research?
Answer: Falsification of data bank
-Write TRUE if the statement gives the correct description of an everyday life
research and FALSE if it is incorrect. The observation of such forms can be
broken into the dimensions of temporal, spatial, material, social, meaningful,
media-technical, emotional and bodily aspects.
-Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research
question, and answer FALSE if it is an incorrect description. It has the
potential to suggest directions for past research.
-Which of the following is a good research question?
Answer: How do teenagers view the word “forever”?
-Identify the research title with the description of APPLIED or PURE research:
Compositions of Protons, Neutrons and Electrons
-Write SCOPE if the sentence must be placed in the coverage of the research,
and write ELIMITATI if it is a restriction of the research. The study is focused
on the possible implementation of online ea in the university.
-The beneficiaries mentioned in the significance of the study pertain to
Answer: People and institution who have directly or indirectly experienced
the research problem.
-What qualitative research characteristic is being described in the statement:
The data and the researchers interpretation of the data - hinge greatly on the
contents fro which the data are obtained
Answer: Importance of context
-It clearly states the constructs to be examined.
-Reliability of survey questions was not established.
-In the title “The chemistry of English Language between Foreign and Local
Students of Holy Ghost College in Bangued, Abra”, who could e the possible
beneficiaries of the research
Answer: Students, teachers, school administrators and future researchers
-What should e considered in formulating research questions for the
statement of the problem?
Answer: Avoid open-ended questions that need explanatory answers.
-The results of this study should be limited to students enrolled in similar
programs.
-It should not pose an ethical or moral problem for implementation.
-Statistics will not be utilized in analyzing the results.
-Research benefits and beneficiaries are mentioned in
Answer: Significance of the study
-How can a researcher become the data gathering instrument in qualitative
research?
Answer: The researcher is at the center of the data-gathering phase.
-What is conceptual audacity that can be found in the theme of everyday life
research?
Answer: A tool that enables us to see new and perhaps surprising aspects of
the everyday lives that we lead.
-It must only ask about the relationship between two or more variables
-Which of the following titles is best for applied research?
Answer: The effectiveness of abstinence programs
-What does participant-researcher relationship mean in qualitative research?
Answer: The participants and the researcher share the “research space”.
-What is the scope of the research?
Answer: Identifies the possibilities to which to which the study becomes
manageable in terms of issues, respondents, and time.
-The researcher invented the results of the study.
-Q: What are your views on homelessness? A: Well, I think it’s a terrible thing
that in a modern society we have a problem such as this. I don’t know though
what we can do about it. I want to do something but I don’t know what. You
are constantly reminded of the problem if you go to town. They are always
there asking for money. You don’t know though if they really need it or if
they are in fact doing quite well from begging. But if you have any caring
qualities you can’t ignore requests for help, when you have so much for
yourself. They say a lot of people choose to live on the streets – well I don’t
believe that. I think that is an easy thing for the authorities to say – it lets
them off the hook. So really I guess the answer to your questions is that I am
not sure what to think about homelessness. I feel that something should be
done but I feel powerless to do anything personally. I think that the time has
come for the government to do something. It makes me feel uncomfortable;
I don’t know what to do. Source: Grbich (2013)
The government is the only one who can help the homeless
-The Internet has become an accepted source of information for educational
research. Which of the following is NOT an indicator of the quality of
information found on the Internet?
Answer: The authenticity of the information
-What is the context of “literature” in a research project?
Answer: Published accounts of researchers
-The World Famous Hot Dog Site. (1999, July 7). Retrieved January 5, 2008,
-Q: What are your views on homelessness? A: Well, I think it’s a terrible thing
that in a modern society we have a problem such as this. I don’t know though
what we can do about it. I want to do something but I don’t know what. You
are constantly reminded of the problem if you go to town. They are always
there asking for money. You don’t know though if they really need it or if
they are in fact doing quite well from begging. But if you have any caring
qualities you can’t ignore requests for help, when you have so much for
yourself. They say a lot of people choose to live on the streets – well I don’t
believe that. I think that is an easy thing for the authorities to say – it lets
them off the hook. So really I guess the answer to your questions is that I am
not sure what to think about homelessness. I feel that something should be
done but I feel powerless to do anything personally. I think that the time has
come for the government to do something. It makes me feel uncomfortable;
I don’t know what to do. Source: Grbich (2013)
The homeless are stereotyping their social conditions to beg for money.
-Harmon (in Nieswiadomy, 2008) collected data from 8 nurses who were
employed between 1951 and 1965 in a Virginia state hospital. These nurses
were now retired and had between 12 and 46 years of psychiatric nursing
experience. The researcher wanted to describe the experiences of these
nurses who practiced in a state mental hospital before and during the
introduction of antipsychotic medications. They expressed resignation and
frustration while trying to provide care despite crowded wards and
inadequate personnel and supplies. The nurses indicated that they focused
on the patient’s body instead of on the patient’s mind. The camaraderie they
experienced with other nurses helped them continue in their positions,
despite what they felt to be a “thankless job.”
-A director didn’t cite the name of the playwright he used in the contest.
-What information is required for the APA in-text citation?
Personal author: McCullough, David G. Title: John Adams Publication info:
New York : Simon &amp; Schuster, c2001. Bibliography note: Includes
bibliographical references (p. 703-726) and index
-What organization principle is used to explain historical changes or
perspectives?
-Name the research misconduct performed in the following situations by
choosing the letter of the correct answer: She hastily distorted the statistical
computation of the data to finish her paper on time.
-Identify the sample used in the researches below by choosing the letter of
Dunckley, Aspinal, Addington-Hall, Hughes, &amp; Higginson (in Nieswiadomy,
2008) used the staff in one hospice and one nursing home setting in London
as their research data. The purpose of the study was to identify facilitators
and barriers to the use of the Palliative Care Outcome Scale (POS). Staff took
part in semi-structured interviews, completed diaries, and participated in
monthly meetings to give their opinions of what they thought were the
facilitators and barriers to the implementation of the POS.
Answer: staff of one hospice and one nursing home
-Do the preliminary data analysis on the interview below by agreeing or
disagreeing on the following statements. Write TRUE for agree and FALSE for
disagree.
Interview Segment Q: What are your views on homelessness? A: Well, I think
it’s a terrible thing that in a modern society we have a problem such as this. I
don’t know though what we can do about it. I want to do something but I
don’t know what. You are constantly reminded of the problem if you go to
town. They are always there asking for money. You don’t know though if they
really need it or if they are in fact doing quite well from begging. But if you
have any caring qualities you can’t ignore requests for help, when you have
so much for yourself. They say a lot of people choose to live on the streets –
well I don’t believe that. I think that is an easy thing for the authorities to say
– it lets them off the hook. So really I guess the answer to your questions is
that I am not sure what to think about homelessness. I feel that something
should be done but I feel powerless to do anything personally. I think that
the time has come for the government to do something. It makes me feel
uncomfortable; I don’t know what to do. Source: Grbich (2013)
Many people are still unconditionally helping the homeless.
-Identify the citation format used in the following references by writing CMS,
&not;-What type of source is the newspaper clipping?
-What citation style was used in this source? Ellis, Rod. Understanding
Second Language Acquisition. New York: Oxford University, 1986. Print.
-Identify the sample used in the researches below by choosing the letter of
Adler (2003) examined the relationship of foreign language study and SAT
Verbal scores. Additionally, the study explored whether or not the number of
years of foreign language study had an impact on SAT verbal scores. The
students involved were female seniors at a private high school in suburban
Maryland. It was hypothesized that there would be no significant effect that
the choice of foreign language study has on the verbal score achieved on the
SAT. This hypothesis was rejected because there was a significant difference
in SAT Verbal averages among the students of three different foreign
languages. French foreign language students outperformed Spanish and Latin
foreign language students
Answer: female senior students
-Which part of the review of the related literature engages in a dialogue with
the literature?
-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?
Answer: Include a citation after each separate example to indicate where you
found them.
-Which of the following is the best way to maximize the process of reviewing
of the related literature?
Answer: Reviewing the researcher’s notes made on editorial and overview
papers and chapters
-Answer 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6, to identify the stages of the interview where the
following statements are said.
“What is your message to people who are still fighting cancer until now?”
-The research report need not to be substantially different from drafts,
except where participants have indicated that change is necessary.
-Identify the category of the information in participant observation by
choosing the letter of the best answer.
How people use their bodies and voices to communicate different emotions;
what individuals’ behaviors indicate about their feelings toward one another,
their social rank, or their profession.
Answer: Physical behavior and gestures
-Identify the category of the information in participant observation by
choosing the letter of the best answer.
Gender, age, ethnicity, and profession of speakers; dynamics of interaction
Answer: Verbal behavior and interactions
-Recommendations should aim for the ideals but they must be feasible,
practical, and attainable even for impossible.
-Answer 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6, to identify the stages of the interview where the
following statements are said.
“This research is conducted to investigate the life experiences of people who
survived cancer and now living cancer free for more than 5 years.”
-Identify the most appropriate way to display the following research data.
Choose the letter of the correct answer.
Summary of research findings
Answer: Word Tables and Lists
-Draw your conclusion on the following statements by choosing the letter of
The club president tendered his resignation and said, “While I may no longer
lead this organization, I will continue to support its endeavors and activities.”
Answer: He will still participate in the activities of the organization.
-Identify the most appropriate way to display the following research data.
Choose the letter of the correct answer.
Area plan of a research field
-Answer 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6, to identify the stages of the interview where the
following statements are said.
“Thank you for finding time to be in this interview. Your story is very
inspiring.”
-Choose the technique for discovering theme to the description:
The idea that themes represent the ways in which texts are either similar or
different from each other.
Answer: Compare and contrast
-Identify the following questions as OPEN, LEADING or MAPPING.
Do you think he is gay?
-Not too much detail is needed in the summary of findings – simple answer
the research questions, and draw the conclusion.
-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.
Answer: Social science queries
-Draw your conclusion on the following statements by choosing the letter of
The coordinator made an announcement, “Only the first 100 applicants will
be interviewed today. The others would have to come back tomorrow.”
Answer: Interview of applicants will be conducted today and tomorrow.
-Identify the category of the information in participant observation by
choosing the letter of the best answer.
Where people enter and exit; how long they stay; who they are (ethnicity,
age, gender); whether they are alone or accompanied; number of people
-Identify the following questions as OPEN, LEADING or MAPPING.
Since you wish to pursue your graduate studies, what course will you enroll?
-Draw your conclusion on the following statements by choosing the letter of
In reading, we should consider not only what we can directly get from the
text but also what we can read between the lines. In order to fully
understand and appreciate a thought, a sentence, a passage, and a text, we
need to read more than the literal meaning (Yu &amp; Plata, 2006).
Answer: We should use given information in inferring ideas.
-Identify the most appropriate way to display the following research data.
Choose the letter of the correct answer.
The list of research participants
Answer: Word Tables and Lists
-Draw your conclusion on the following statements by choosing the letter of
Mateo almost wished that he hadn’t 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.
Answer: Mateo heard a weather forecast; it would rain in the afternoon.
-What is a research design?
Answer: all of the choices
-What is bibliography?
Answer: A complete list of all works related to the study including the ones
that are not directly contained in the report.
-Choose the best research design approach for the following research title:
Children of wealthy parents in the education system
-Which of the following is the correct notion about observation?
Answer: A key data gathering method in social sciences
-Which of the following is not a type of narrative research?
-What is the final stage of analyzing data?
Answer: Presenting the data in tabular form
-Which of the following is NOT the function of references?
Answer: To ensure sufficiently long reference list
-A study is based on 30 people (across three focus groups). What type of
study is this?
-Choose the best research design approach for the following research title: A
personal journey with grounded theory methodology
-Which of the following titles is a narrative research?
Answer: The Life and Works of Rizal
-How does verification of data happen?
Answer: Check and recheck the data to ensure the initial conclusions are
realistic, supportable, and valid.
-When assessing Internet based literature, which of the following is NOT
important?
Answer: The layout of the site
-A surveyor placed a cable across a street to count the number of vehicles
which pass over it at different times of the day in order to select a site for a
new 7-Eleven store. What type of data collection did he use?
-Which of the following should be considered in questioning data validity and
reliability?
Answer: All of the choices
-Choose the best research design approach for the following research title:
Solving word problems of preschoolers through illustrations
contains a small number of people (usually eight to twelve) and
is convened to address topics introduced by a group moderator?
Answer: Focus group discussion
-The researcher collected data using questionnaires, structured observation
and interviews. What is the research design applied?
-Choose the best research design approach for the following research title: A
Qualitative Study of Multicultural Identities: Three Cases of London's InnerCity Children
-What is the purpose of the qualitative data analysis?
Answer: To accomplish a clear description of the phenomenon under study
-Which statement is true in writing research recommendations?
Answer: Recommendations should be logical and valid.
-What techniques for discovering research texts fall under simple
observation?
Answer: Word repetitions, key-indigenous terms, and key-words-in-contexts
(KWIC)
-What type of source are documentary films?
-What influences the choice of the research design?
Answer: All of the choices
-Which of the following belongs to related literature?
-Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of related literature and
studies?
Answer: Reviewed materials must be many.
-Threats to credibility in qualitative research exist when
.
Answer: The data that fail to fit the explanation or interpretation are not
-What is common in data collection among qualitative researches?
-Which of the following is the purpose of recommendations?
Answer: Courses of actions suggested by the researcher based on the
findings of the study
-In participant observation, what information can be observed?
Answer: All of the choices
-Which of the following is the correct order in writing the research paper?
Answer: Introduction, method, results, discussion and references
-Which of the following method is used in qualitative research?
Answer: Focus group discussion
-Choose the best research design approach for the following research title:
Lived experiences of adult caregiving daughter and their elderly mothers
-Which of the following citation used the APA format?
Answer: Canonigo, C.S. (1999). English Grammar &amp; Composition Part 1.
Manila: CKC Publication
-Which of the following do you need to consider in designing a research?
-Choose the best research design approach for the following research title: A
historical and comparative note on the relationship between analytic
induction and grounded theorizing
-Choose the best research design approach for the following research title:
The lived experience of being a sole mother in the Philippines
-Which connector is used to signify conditional relationships?
-A study is based on 1000 people interviewed face-to-face in shopping areas.
What qualitative data collection was used?
-The entire research project is an exercise in
Answer: All of the choices
-Which citation style is usually used in social science researches?
-Which statement is correct in writing research conclusion?
Answer: All of the choices
-What are research data?
Answer: All of the choices
-Why is participant observation common among ethnographic studies?
Answer: Because it helps researchers learn the perspectives held by study
populations.
-What kind of questions must be used in conducting interviews?
-What is known to be deliberately fabricating details of a research project?
Answer: Lying by fabrication
-What are the ways to verify conclusions for qualitative research?
Answer: Memoing, verification and credibility
-Which qualitative research design seeks action to improve practice and
study the effects of the action that was taken?
-What qualitative analytic approach is mentioned here? This approach
involves the researcher in the production of “objective” accounts of the
content of the verbal, written or visual texts, the development of codes and
categories often prior to analysis, and the definition and measurement of
units of analysis.
-What section of the research should clarify concepts defined within the
scope of the study?
-Which of the following is the first stage of in-depth interview?
Answer: Establish an initial rapport
Which of the following is not an ethical dilemma in research?
Select one:
c. Falsification of data bank
True or False: A responsible researcher looks for alternative ways to arrive at
a conclusion in the study.
What aspect of research experience illustrates the expedition of the
researcher?
Select one:
What does “observe justice” mean in ethical research?
Select one:
d. Investigator should practice fairness in distribution and equitable selection
of participants.
A researcher may withhold a participant’s name and any identifying
characteristics when asked to present such information when
Select one:
b. They have obtained a certificate of confidentiality
What is scientific method?
Select one:
b. Systematic process
Research is described as a cycle because it follows a process.
Which of the following is not included in the research experience?
Select one:
c. Social class of the researcher
Anonymity is when a participant does not give a researcher…
Select one:
a. His/her name and identifying characteristics
Research is
Select one:
b. Analyzing and interpreting new information
Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research
question, and answer FALSE if it is an incorrect description.
It should not use comparative terms (such as higher, better, etc.).
Select one:
False
Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research
question, and answer FALSE if it is an incorrect description.
The problem statement is more specific than a topic and it limits the scope of
the research problem.
Select one:
True
Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research
question, and answer FALSE if it is an incorrect description.
It addresses indirectly some real problem in the world.
Select one:
True
Identify the research title with the description of APPLIED or PURE research:
The Specific Genetic Code of the Fruit Fly
Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research
question, and answer FALSE if it is an incorrect description.
It is biased in terminology or position.
Select one:
False
Identify the research title with the description of APPLIED or PURE research:
Compositions of Protons, Neutrons and Electrons
Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research
question, and answer FALSE if it is an incorrect description.
Indicate what is probably necessary to conduct the study and explain how
the findings will present this information.
Select one:
True
Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research
question, and answer FALSE if it is an incorrect description.
It must only ask about the relationship between two or more variables.
Select one:
True
Identify the research title with the description of APPLIED or PURE research:
Applying the algorithm for detecting individual trees from Drone Images
Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research
question, and answer FALSE if it is an incorrect description.
It has the potential to suggest directions for past research.
Select one:
False
True or False: A responsible researcher looks for alternative ways to arrive at
a conclusion in the study.
What aspect of research experience illustrates the pressure to the researcher
in meeting research deadlines?
Select one:
a. Emotions
Which of the following is a research method that allows a researcher to get
information about a large number of subjects relatively inexpensively and
easily?
Select one:
d. Naturalistic observation
Write TRUE if the statement gives the correct description of an everyday life
research and FALSE if it is incorrect.
Subjectivity of researcher in methodology is recognized less.
Select one:
False
Informed consent requires that individuals…
Select one:
b. Have adequate information about the procedures and benefits associated
with the research
A researcher may withhold a participant’s name and any identifying
characteristics when asked to present such information when
Select one:
a. They have obtained a certificate of confidentiality
.
What is a research instrument?
Select one:
d. a tool for data collection
A reasoning where one start with certain particular statements and conclude
with a universal statement is called
Select one:
d. inductive method
1.It addresses the question of how people produce social reality in and
through interactive processes.
c. Qualitative research is the best design for a social inquiry since it explores
and analyzes people's values and perspective through observation.
Anonymity is when a participant does not give a researcher…
Select one:
d. His/her name and identifying characteristics
What is an ethical dilemma?
Select one:
a. conflict between the different principles of immoral conduct
Write TRUE if the statement gives the correct description of an everyday life
research and FALSE if it is incorrect.
The mathematics involved is very high level and people often struggle with it
even after being taught how to do it.
Select one:
False
What does “observe justice” mean in ethical research?
Select one:
b. Investigator should practice fairness in distribution and equitable selection
of participants.
Which of the following is the first step in starting the research process?
Select one:
b. Identification of problem
Which of the following is a characteristic of a well-written research
hypothesis?
Select one:
b. pertinent question
Which of the following is NOT a role of a researcher?
Select one:
b. fabricator of data
Choose the correct paraphrase of the following quotation on the statements
about research knowledge and experience.
“In much of society, research means to investigate something you do not
know or understand. ” -Neil Armstrong
Select one:
d. Research is an investigation of the unknown.
True or False: Qualitative research requires data from a natural setting.
Which of the following is not an ethical dilemma in research?
Select one:
d. Falsification of data bank
Write TRUE if the statement gives the correct description of an everyday life
research and FALSE if it is incorrect.
The observation of such forms can be broken into the dimensions of
temporal, spatial, material, social, meaningful, media-technical, emotional
and bodily aspects.
Select one:
True
Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research
question, and answer FALSE if it is an incorrect description.
It has the potential to suggest directions for past research.
Select one:
False
\Which of the following is a good research question?
Select one:
a. How do teenagers view the word “forever”?
Identify the research title with the description of APPLIED or PURE research:
Compositions of Protons, Neutrons and Electrons
Write SCOPE if the sentence must be placed in the coverage of the research,
and write DELIMITATION if it is a restriction of the research.
The study is focused on the possible implementation of online exam in the
university.
The beneficiaries mentioned in the significance of the study pertain to
Select one:
a. People and institution who have directly or indirectly experienced the
research problem.
What qualitative research characteristic is being described in the statement:
The data and the researcher’s interpretation of the data – hinge greatly on
the contexts from which the data are obtained.
Select one:
b. Importance of context
Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research
question, and answer FALSE if it is an incorrect description.
It clearly states the constructs to be examined.
Select one:
True
Write SCOPE if the sentence must be placed in the coverage of the research,
and write DELIMITATION if it is a restriction of the research.
Reliability of survey questions was not established.
In the title “The Chemistry of English Language between Foreign and Local
Students of Holy Ghost College in Bangued, Abra”, who could be the possible
beneficiaries of the research?
Select one:
c. Students, teachers, school administrators and future researchers
What should be considered in formulating research questions for the
statement of the problem?
Select one:
c. Avoid open-ended questions that need explanatory answers.
Write SCOPE if the sentence must be placed in the coverage of the research,
and write DELIMITATION if it is a restriction of the research.
The results of this study should be limited to students enrolled in similar
programs.
Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research
question, and answer FALSE if it is an incorrect description.
It should not pose an ethical or moral problem for implementation.
Select one:
True
Write SCOPE if the sentence must be placed in the coverage of the research,
and write DELIMITATION if it is a restriction of the research.
Statistics will not be utilized in analyzing the results.
Research benefits and beneficiaries are mentioned in
Select one:
c. Significance of the study
How can a researcher become the data gathering instrument in qualitative
research?
Select one:
b. The researcher is at the center of the data-gathering phase.
What is conceptual audacity that can be found in the theme of everyday life
research?
Select one:
b. A tool that enables us to see new and perhaps surprising aspects of the
everyday lives that we lead.
Answer TRUE if the sentence is a correct description of a good research
question, and answer FALSE if it is an incorrect description.
It must only ask about the relationship between two or more variables.
Select one:
True
Which of the following titles is best for applied research?
Select one:
c. The effectiveness of abstinence programs
What does participant-researcher relationship mean in qualitative research?
Select one:
a. The participants and the researcher share the “research space”.
What is the scope of the research?
Select one:
study.
d. Identifies the possibilities to which to which the study becomes
manageable in terms of issues, respondents, and time.
d. Discard the data collected from the withdrawn
participant and respect his/her personal decision.
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Which sample belongs to quantitative research?
Representative sample
It can be defined like mathematical and statistical
models which are describing a diverse array of variables
relationship.
Ethical standards promote the values that are essential
to collaborative work, such as trust, accountability,
mutual respect and fairness.
False
The writing of research reports is best regarded as
a. an academic chore
Choose the most appropriate explanation to the
meaning of the following quotation on qualitative
research.
“The 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.” â€• David Silverman
a. 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.
Which of the following statements is wrong?
Qualitative research requires the analytical
and organizational abilities that are necessary for all
researchers.
True
It addresses the question of how people produce social
reality in and through interactive processes.
True
Confidentiality and anonymity are important to insure
limited risk of exposure of information including…
Illegal behaviors
c. Research must give pride to its investigator.
Qualitative research can prove the absolute truth.
Qualitative research addresses scientific issues.
False
False
What should happen if a participant withdraws from
It is generally used to figure out the changes in a system
when a variable in the system changes, measuring how
the end result changes by altering a variable.
False
Which of the following guide questions does NOT define
Do you intend to publish your research?
Which of the following is similar in qualitative and
quantitative research?
a. Both can be utilized by researchers depending
on the use.
Research done in natural settings is
b. more likely to involve applied research than
basic research
Which part of the research paper do you find the
following? A brief statement of the general purpose of
the study.
Statement of the Problem
Developing algorithm for performing classification
based on pixels
PURE
How can online and mobile communications become
advantageous in qualitative research?
b. Participants can enrich their text responses by
attaching files, images, links to websites, and voice
response.
Willing (2009) argues that many qualitative researchers
tend not to work with “variables” that are defined by
the researcher prior to the research project because
d. All of the above
Identify the research title with the description of
APPLIED or PURE research:
How Do Slime Molds Reproduce
PURE
Which of the following is NOT found in the significance
of the study?
c. Possible recommendations to the research findings.
Identify the research title with the description of
APPLIED or PURE research:
College Tuition Becoming Prohibitive to Young Adults
from Being Successful
Which of the following statements is true?
c. Everyday life is a research methodology.
APPLIED
It embodies substantive words or keywords or phrases
that describe one’s research study.
Research Title
The researchers also determined the children’s
reactions on violent cartoon shows watched on
television.
SCOPE
PURE
Qualitative design is a flexible design because
B. All parts will continually be shaped during the
research project.
Which part of the research paper do you find the
following?
The period of the study which includes the time, either
months or years, during which the data were gathered.
Daily life research is advisable for students because
a. Scope and Delimitations
B. It involves their experience.
Write SCOPE if the sentence must be placed in the
coverage of the research, and write DELIMITATION if it
is a restriction of the research.
Identify the research title with the description of
APPLIED or PURE research:
How to cure Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
APPLIED
This study concentrates on the factors that need to be
considered for the implementation of the policy
Dependent variable is identified as the
of the research topic.
SCOPE
Effect
Write SCOPE if the sentence must be placed in the
coverage of the research, and write DELIMITATION if it
is a restriction of the research.
Which of the following is a good title for a qualitative
research?
d. The Chemistry of English Language between Foreign
and Local Students of Holy Ghost College in Bangued,
Abra
The inputs are only coming from senior high school
students of the subject school.
SCOPE
What study is focused on qualitative research?
Write SCOPE if the sentence must be placed in the
coverage of the research, and write DELIMITATION if it
is a restriction of the research.
Some technical terms on information technology were
not explained in this study.
d. Social Science
DELIMITATION
Write SCOPE if the sentence must be placed in the
coverage of the research, and write DELIMITATION if it
is a restriction of the research.
Theory of Relativity
The study is focused on the possible implementation of
online exam in the university.
SCOPE
Identify the research title with the description of
APPLIED or PURE research:
Ways to Improve School Readiness for Children
APPLIED
Write SCOPE if the sentence must be placed in the
coverage of the research, and write DELIMITATION if it
is a restriction of the research.
No experimental treatments were given, and no control
other than gender was attempted.
DELIMITATION
What is “timeliness” applied in the scope and
delimitation?
c. The suitability of the study to the beneficiaries
“The 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. ” -Ben
Bernanke
b. Research provides an important perspective on our
daily issues.
Avoid rhetorical questions (answerable by yes/no) for
they only elicit either of the two responses and may
result to vagueness
b. Statement of the Problem
Write SCOPE if the sentence must be placed in the
coverage of the research, and write DELIMITATION if it
is a restriction of the research.
What does research implication mean?
Statistics will not be utilized in analyzing the results.
Research proposition
DELIMITATION
Write SCOPE if the sentence must be placed in the
coverage of the research, and write DELIMITATION if it
is a restriction of the research.
Identify the research title with the description of
APPLIED or PURE research:
APPLIED
This is qualitative research that investigates the daily
life of housewives on weekdays.
SCOPE
Education, nursing, sociology, anthropology,
information studies, humanities, and health
sciences are the only topics to be used for qualitative
research.
What is the composition of a research title?
True
b. The title must reflect the variables under study.
Fraud in research comprises
d. all of the choices
Looks at relationships between variables and can
establish cause and effect in highly controlled
circumstance.
How does a researcher gain research knowledge?
a. by publishing the complete and well-written
research paper
b. by conducting the data collection properly,
ethically and factually.
False
c. by realizing the usefulness of those research
outputs by employing the systematic process of
research
d. by studying and synthesizing a complete review
of related literature
Which statement is correct?
a. Research is exciting and challenging if people
understand it and its demands.
Who is responsible for ethical behavior?
Select one:
b. Research is communicating existing knowledge.
a. the researchers
c. Research is exclusively done by students.
b. the participants
d. Research is difficult, tedious, and cumbersome.
c. both participant and researchers
d. the authorities in the research locale
Which of the following is not part of a systematic
investigation?
a. Identifying an area of research and formulating
research questions
b. Coming up with detailed explanations of the
overall process of research and the results
Researcher’s involvement to the research means
Select one:
a. It is the researcher’s quest of something new.
c. Developing a clear research strategy, research
design, and choice of methods
b. The research that the researcher takes in
becomes a personal importance.
d. Getting funding for the research
c. It examines the personal side of research and
how the researcher manages the research difficulties.
d. Research enthusiasts start as critical readers of
research projects.
d. how research is funded
What is the role of research in the daily life of people?
What step can one take before starting a research?
Select one:
Select one:
a. Be familiar with the needed software for the data
analysis.
a. It requires students to pass their subjects.
b. Get an approval from the research adviser.
b. It aims human satisfaction and understanding.
c. Find a research partner or group.
d. Find an interesting social issue to address.
c. It generates income to publishers.
d. It promotes the authors of the theses, books and
journals.
What scope of research is providing effective ways in
practical solution?
Select one:
a. Education
b. Profession
Research is
Select one:
a. Analyzing and interpreting new information
b. Reorganizing, or restating, reviewing common
findings
c. Collecting existing information
d. Modifying established knowledge
Critical researchers are primarily concerned with
Select one:
a. ethical violations in methodology
b. misuse of statistics
c. what researchers take for granted
What is the purpose of informed consent?
Select one:
a. To make sure that participants know exactly
what to expect from the research and to communicate
their right to withdraw at any stage.
b. To be able for the participant to make an
informed choice about his/her participation and not
undertake any action which he/she may otherwise have
declined to do.
c. To ensure that participants would not lie to
about the time commitment involved in their
participation.
“Find out what’s really out there. I never said to be like
me, I say be like you and make a difference.” – Marilyn
Manson
f. Research is finding out there what other’s has
not seen so you make a difference.
d. To distribute incentives to the participant as a
payment for his/her cooperation.
The qualitative design cannot be modified or changed.
Qualitative design is messy because it involves multilayered processes.
True
Choose the most appropriate explanation to the
meaning of the following quotation on qualitative
research.
“The 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.” – Myers
e. 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.
False - can
How does a researcher avoid fraud?
a. Stress that ethical research practice involves
honesty during training of scientists.
It is the arrangement of the individual’s arrangements
of a particular person.
True
Qualitative research derives meaning from data
of multiple sources.
True
Qualitative research proves the absence of the absolute
truth because
Qualitative research requires the analytical
and organizational abilities that are necessary for all
researchers.
True
c. The in-depth comprehensive approach to data
gathering limits the scope of the research.
What is NOT an advantage of qualitative research?
d. It measures the validity and reliability of a
research instrument.
This study concentrates on the factors that need to be
considered for the implementation of the policy.
SCOPE
, availability of subjects,
resources and ethical considerations.
a. Measurability
Which of the following is characteristic of qualitative
research?
a. Flexible design
Which of the following topics should ethical
consideration be applied?
a. Capital punishment
Why are research questions used in qualitative
research?
b. All of the above
Which of the following subject areas can be covered by
qualitative research?
a. Anthropology
It must give precise answers that will determine the
difference or relationship, or implication of the variables
under study.
The rationale, timeliness, and or relevance of the study.
c. Significance of the Study
What is the basic research?
a. Acquire new knowledge.
a. All of the above
In what type of research does a researcher study an
individual subject in depth?
Which of the following skill does not belong to a
qualitative researcher?
e. Technically capable in operating statistical
devices.
a. Case study
Research is
b. Searching for the truth in a scientific way
Which of the following is NOT found in scope and
delimitation of research?
Normally, in which part of the research report are the
hypotheses justified to the reader?
a. The benefits and beneficiaries of the study
c. in the introduction
How does ethical consideration consider in the scope
and delimitation?
Qualitative research is relative to the everyday life of
the researcher including his/her meditation on daily
activities and experiences.
True
What is a research rationale needed in scope and
delimitation?
a. Acknowledge the researcher’s co-authors.
Which of the following is a myth about qualitative
research?
a. All of the above
a. It gives reasons for the beneficiaries of the study.
Limitations of research refer to the
a. Restrictions identified by the researcher.
What does “context” mean in qualitative research?
a. The situation where the data is obtained
How does everyday life research encourage diversity?
Qualitative method is focused on the authentic
experiences of the participants and their critical voices
because
b. It investigates the real-life human practices
and statements.
b. It is widely used among marginalized groups to
privilege their personal perspectives.
The best quality data that a researcher can get is the
double blind test.
False
An understanding of qualitative research is important
because
What scope of research increases the productivity of an
institution?
Select one:
a. The daily life activities can be studied.
b. The knowledge on numbers can be practiced in
statistics.
c. Survey is easily done in a public or crowded place.
d. Topics may come from laboratory experiences in school.
When you write a research paper, your goal is to
Select one:
subject
What is the criticism on qualitative research?
Select one:
a. Issues and subjects covered can be evaluated in depth
and in detail.
b. Interviews are not limited to particular questions and can
be redirected
c. Findings can be time consuming and difficult to present
in visual ways.
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d. The quality of research is heavily dependent on
the skills of the researcher.
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(156 QUESTIONS WITH ANSWERS)
Change the topic “Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW’s)” into
an effective research title.
What statement is incorrect?
Select one:
a. The title reflects the findings of the study.
a. The Dilemma of OFW’s
b. The Plight of OFW’s and their families in the
Philippines
c. None of the choices
d. The Effects of Overseas Work
Select one:
b. The title embodies substantive words that describe the
study.
c. The study must reflect the purpose of the study.
d. The title must reflect the variables under study.
Which of the following is not an ethical dilemma?
Research is
Select one:
Select one:
a. Informed consent
a. triggers one to find the true meaning of knowledge
b. Conflict of interest
b. the activity anyone who has good reputation and integrity
c. Falsification of documents
d. Misconduct in research
c. any organized inquiry carried out to provide information
for solving problems
d. investigating, analyzing and synthesizing new
information from various sources
What research experience is present in this statement? A
researcher usually chooses a research theme that is close
to his/her heart, belief or well-being.
Select one:
a. Researcher’s involvement
b. All of the choices
What ethical dilemma is needed in this situation: A
celebrity’s recent scandal involving the “hacking” of her
personal photographs on iCloud where her personal
information was accessed for a research on the lifestyle of
local celebrities.
c. Emotional aspect of research
Select one:
a. Informed consent
b. Conflicts of interests
No generalization should be applied in this method.
Select one:
c. Misconduct in research
d. Authorship
a. Quantitative
b. Qualitative
c. All of the choices
d. None of the choices
What is in significance of the study?
Select one:
a. research coverage
b. research beneficiaries
c. research questions
d. research purpose
Which of the following statements applies to research
knowledge?
Select one:
a. Determined students travel to search for topics.
Which of the following is not a result of research?
b. Critical readers become curious analysts.
Select one:
c. A social media user surveys online.
a. None of the choices
d. A child is learning how to speak.
b. Deep well water
c. Caesarian birth
d. Solar powered objects
a. What are the basic values or goals of the
organization?
b. How many teenagers are using the social media?
What is the last step of the research process?
c. Is the source current or out of date to answer the
problem?
Select one:
a. Build the reference page.
d. Does the information on the issue appear to have
evidences?
b. All of the choices
c. Determine the implications and conclusions.
What is the synonym of dependent variable?
d. Make recommendations for further research.
Select one:
a. Stimuli
b. Result
What is the use of research hypotheses?
c. Basis
Select one:
d. Origin
a. It prevents blind research.
b. All of the choices
c. It saves time, money and energy.
d. It separates relevant from irrelevant observation.
What ethical dilemma is needed in this situation: A
celebrity’s recent scandal involving the “hacking” of her
personal photographs on iCloud where her personal
information was accessed for a research on the lifestyle of
local celebrities.
Select one:
What is the classification of this research question? What
kind of emotions and attitudes motivate individuals to take
part in mass events?
a. Informed consent
Select one:
c. Authorship
b. Misconduct in research
a. Major problem
d. Conflicts of interests
b. Sub-problem
c. Rhetorical question
d. Sub-question
What research experience is present in this statement? A
researcher usually chooses a research theme that is close
to his/her heart, belief or well-being.
Select one:
a. All of the choices
b. Emotional aspect of research
c. Researcher’s involvement
Which of the following is a good research question?
Select one:
It lets the meaning emerge from the participants.
Select one:
a. Statement of the Problem
What is the simplest meaning of inductive approach in
qualitative research?
b. Scope and Delimitation
Select one:
c. Quantitative Research
a. Practical solutions
d. Significance of the Study
b. Addressing the need
e. Qualitative Research
c. Proving the observations
d. Learning from experience
They must be clear and free from double meanings.
Select one:
a. Scope and Delimitation
b. Quantitative Research
c. Statement of the Problem
d. Significance of the Study
e. Qualitative Research
In formulating research questions, the
governs the entire study.
What skill set is required from a qualitative researcher?
Select one:
a. Investigative, subjective and interpretative abilities
b. Writing, listening, and reading skills
c. Observational, objective and mathematical skills
d. Organization, attention to details and analytical
abilities
Select one:
What characteristic of qualitative research is mentioned
here? It is designed to match the dynamics of the evolving
research process (Klenke, 2008).
a. Statement of the problem
Select one:
b. Major problem
a. Flexible design
c. Title
b. Importance of meaning
d. Sub-problem
c. Participant-researcher relationship
d. Importance of context
What is the criticism on qualitative research?
What is a conceptual audacity?
Select one:
Select one:
a. The quality of research is heavily dependent on
the skills of the researcher.
a. A concrete object in the everyday life of humans.
b. Issues and subjects covered can be evaluated in depth
and in detail.
b. A tool to see new and surprising aspects of the
human everyday lives
c. Interviews are not limited to particular questions and can
be redirected
c. The critical voices of the participants
d. Findings can be time consuming and difficult to present
in visual ways.
d. The filtered reality of human’s local, historical,
contextual, and multiple lenses
Which of the following is a qualitative method?
Select one:
a. Observation
It is also known as the research plan.
b. Survey
Select one:
c. Statistics
a. Research design
d. Experiment
b. Research purpose
c. Research hypothesis
What is the third step in the research process?
Select one:
a. Formulate research questions
b. Design the study
c. Do the library search
d. Form a hypothesis
What is the classification of this research question? What
kind of emotions and attitudes motivate individuals to take
part in mass events?
Select one:
a. Major problem
b. Sub-problem
c. Sub-question
Which of the following is the NOT a strength of qualitative
research?
d. Rhetorical question
Select one:
a. It answers problems encountered in human’s daily life.
b. None of the choices
Having no research questions or poorly formulated
research questions will lead to poor research because
c. It becomes a source of empowerment from the filtered
reality of their local, historical, contextual, and multiple
lenses.
Select one:
d. The means of the researcher to be closer to the world of
his/her participants.
b. The researcher will not know the data analysis method to
use.
a. The research will be unfocused and unsure of the
data to collect.
c. The researcher will not be able to complete the
requirements.
What is the importance of research in everyday life?
Select one:
d. The researcher will only consider epistemological
queries.
a. It has brought the human race farther.
b. It makes the school days more interesting.
c. It makes the human routine complicated.
Choose the correct research question.
d. It develops math operational skills.
Select one:
a. Where did the first election happen in the Philippines?
b. When did the election start according to Philippine
history?
c. How did election start according to Philippine
history?
c. None of the choices
d. It is grammatically incorrect.
d. How many voted in the first election in the Philippines?
It is an exploratory research.
Select one:
a. Qualitative
b. All of the choices
c. None of the choices
d. Quantitative
Reliability in research means
Select one:
a. Factual results
b. Discordance of findings
c. Commonality of data
Which of the following is NOT an ESSENTIAL element of
ethical research?
d. Repeatability of findings
Select one:
a. Valuable scientific question
What is the classification of research areas?
b. Balance of risks and benefits
Select one:
c. Subject selection based on locality
a. Education, business and science
d. Independent review
b. Economics, governance and society
c. Engineering, profession and science
What characteristic of qualitative research is mentioned
here? It is designed to match the dynamics of the evolving
research process (Klenke, 2008).
Select one:
a. Importance of context
b. Flexible design
d. Education, profession and administration
Having no research questions or poorly formulated
research questions will lead to poor research because
Select one:
c. Participant-researcher relationship
a. The researcher will only consider epistemological
queries.
d. Importance of meaning
b. The researcher will not be able to complete the
requirements.
What is wrong with double meaning question in research?
Select one:
a. It is a rhetorical question.
b. It may result to inaccuracies in the attitudes being
measured for the question.
c. The researcher will not know the data analysis method to
use.
d. The research will be unfocused and unsure of the
data to collect.
Hypothesis refers to the
Select one:
a. A form of research bias
b. Conclusion drawn from the experiment
c. A tentative statement about the relationship
What is the intervention used in quantitative research?
Select one:
a. Participant involvement
b. Immersion and simulation
c. No participant involvement
d. Outcome of an experiment
d. Case to case basis
It generates data about human groups in social settings.
Select one:
a. Qualitative Research
It is objective, replicable and reliable.
b. Quantitative Research
Select one:
c. Scope and Delimitation
a. None of the choices
d. Statement of the Problem
b. Qualitative
e. Significance of the Study
c. Quantitative
d. All of the choices
What is the best description of “research space” that the
researcher and participants share?
Select one:
a. Research partnership
b. Participant-researcher relationship
c. Research location
d. None of the choices
What question does qualitative research answer?
Select one:
a. When
b. Which
c. Why
d. How
It lets the meaning emerge from the participants.
Select one:
Which of the following is not a synonym for independent
variable?
a. Statement of the Problem
Select one:
b. Quantitative Research
c. Qualitative Research
a. Manipulated
b. Stimulus
d. Significance of the Study
c. Presumed cause
e. Scope and Delimitation
d. Consequence
They must be clear and free from double meanings.
Select one:
a. Qualitative Research
b. Scope and Delimitation
a. Participation may start before consent is signed.
b. Participation may start after consent is signed.
c. Participation is required after consent is signed.
d. Participation is required before consent is signed.
c. Significance of the Study
d. Statement of the Problem
e. Quantitative Research
Quantitative research shows clarity based on interpreting
data.
Select one:
a. Interviewed
b. Observed
c. Subjective
d. Numerical
Why does online qualitative research hold an advantage
over paper-based systems?
Select one:
a. Because of the ability to review trends and analyze data
A well-formulated title must state
clear, concise, and precise way.
b. Because of the ability to insure that all required items are
collected for a trial
Select one:
c. Because of the ability to insure data integrity
in a
a. Research purpose
b. Research Questions
d. Because of the ability to maintain confidentiality of
research records
c. Variables
d. Words
Which of the following applies the double meaning
questions?
Which of the following is a research design?
Select one:
Select one:
a. Citing all the resources correctly and with complete
information
a. Observation
b. Fairness in distribution and equitable selection of
participants
c. Honesty between the researcher and participants
b. Qualitative
c. Pure/ basic research
d. Everyday life
d. Persons with diminished autonomy (e.g., prisoners)
should not be coerced to participate in a research.
What type of issue is addressed by qualitative research?
Which of the following is a required element of an informed
consent based on ethical consideration in research?
Select one:
Select one:
a. Simple
b. Public
c. Indifferent
d. Contextual
Which of the following is a good research question for an
everyday life research?
Select one:
a. How can one distinguish a generic drug from a branded
one?
Which of the following statements applies to research
knowledge?
Select one:
a. Determined students travel to search for topics.
b. Critical readers become curious analysts.
b. What chemical content makes the soda drink produce
bubbles?
c. How does the image of the ideal man influences
the male population between the ages 20 and 35?
d. What is the biggest size of a super moon that can be
seen by the naked eyes?
c. A child is learning how to speak.
d. A social media user surveys online.
What part of the research problem is described here? It
must be free from biases and impartiality.
Select one:
a. Form a hypothesis
b. Analyze data
It is an exploratory research.
Select one:
c. Design the study
d. Determine a problem
a. Qualitative
b. Quantitative
c. All of the choices
It is also used to uncover trends in thought and opinions,
and dive deeper into the problem.
Select one:
d. None of the choices
a. All of the choices
b. Quantitative
c. None of the choices
This part distinguishes the constraints of the study by
stating the demarcations of time, measurability, availability
of subjects, resources and ethical considerations.
d. Qualitative
Select one:
a. Scope and Delimitation
b. Significance of the Study
Paraphrase the statement: Qualitative approaches are
typically used to explore new phenomena and to capture
individuals’ thoughts, feelings, or interpretations of
meanings and process (Given, 2008).
c. Quantitative Research
Select one:
d. Statement of the Problem
a. All of the choices
e. Qualitative Research
b. It is used to study paranormal activities that humans
experience.
c. It is used to survey the number of participants affected
by the research problem.
c. Is the source current or out of date to answer the
problem?
d. It is used to gain an understanding of underlying
reasons, opinions, and motivations of humans.
d. What are the basic values or goals of the
organization?
When you write a research paper, your goal is to
It identifies the possibilities to which to which the study
becomes manageable in terms of issues, respondents, and
time.
Select one:
Select one:
a. Hypothesis
b. Delimitation
subject
c. Limitation
d. Scope
What is the separation between independent and
dependent variable?
What section identifies the people or institution who will
benefit from the findings of the study?
Select one:
Select one:
a. An independent variable is being tested in an
experiment.
a. Title
b. An independent variable is changed in an
experiment.
c. All of the choices
b. Significance of the Study
c. Scope and Delimitation
d. Statement of the Problem
d. A dependent variable is controlled in an experiment.
Select one:
It relates to the growth of knowledge, to the verification or
validation of existing knowledge or practice to the
development of new knowledge.
a. Case to case basis
Select one:
b. Participant involvement
a. Scope and Delimitation
c. No participant involvement
b. Qualitative Research
What is the intervention used in quantitative research?
d. Immersion and simulation
c. Quantitative Research
d. Significance of the Study
e. Statement of the Problem
Which of the following is a good research question?
Select one:
a. How many teenagers are using the social media?
Which of the following is not an ethical dilemma?
b. Does the information on the issue appear to have
evidences?
Select one:
a. Misconduct in research
Professionals do not need to use this method even when
they have research problems at work.
b. Informed consent
Select one:
c. Falsification of documents
a. Qualitative
d. Conflict of interest
b. All of the choices
c. Quantitative
d. None of the choices
What is pure research?
Select one:
a. It develops or refines theories.
What is in significance of the study?
b. It taking the results of scientific research and utilizing it
directly in real world situations.
Select one:
c. Psychologists working in human factors often do this
research.
d. It is used to find solutions to everyday problems, cure
illness, and develop innovative technologies.
a. research purpose
b. research beneficiaries
c. research coverage
d. research questions
What is the last step of the research process?
Select one:
a. Make recommendations for further research.
b. All of the choices
Which title uses the qualitative inquiry?
Select one:
c. Determine the implications and conclusions.
a. Starbucks and its Peers: Corporate Social Responsibility
and Corporate Financial Performance
d. Build the reference page.
b. Eating habits of Preschoolers in Bulacan
c. Analysis of the Performance of Initial Public Donations
d. Under Pricing of Convertible Bonds in Asia
Why does online qualitative research hold an advantage
over paper-based systems?
Select one:
a. Because of the ability to review trends and analyze data
b. Because of the ability to insure data integrity
c. Because of the ability to insure that all required items are
collected for a trial
d. Because of the ability to maintain confidentiality of
research records
Which of the following is not a characteristic of research?
Select one:
a. Research is guided by specific problem or question.
b. Research questions are on existing information.
c. Research divides the major problems into sub-problems.
d. Research begins with an unanswered problem or
question.
What makes qualitative research a flexible design?
Select one:
Research is
a. need a special class of analytical skills
Select one:
b. a participant observer has little control over the
activities of the observed
a. investigating, analyzing and synthesizing new
information from various sources
c. all of the choices
d. analyze their outcomes from the inside out
b. any organized inquiry carried out to provide information
for solving problems
c. the activity anyone who has good reputation and integrity
d. triggers one to find the true meaning of knowledge
Which of the following is a characteristic of a researchable
question?
Select one:
a. Interesting
b. Trendy
c. Unique
The variable which is not influenced by other variables in
the study.
Select one:
a. Independent variable
b. Common variable
d. Empowerment
c. Dependent variable
d. Discrete variable
What is a variable?
Select one:
a. The unpredictable words in research.
Its method is limited by variables.
b. Something that can be changed in research.
Select one:
c. Anything that has a quantity or quality that varies.
a. Qualitative
b. All of the choices
d. The composition of research questions and titles.
c. None of the choices
d. Quantitative
What is the classification of research areas?
Select one:
a. Economics, governance and society
b. Education, business and science
c. Education, profession and administration
d. Engineering, profession and science
There should be a general statement of the problem which
narrows down to sub-problems or specific questions.
Select one:
a. Significance of the Study
b. Scope and Delimitation
c. Statement of the Problem
b. pure research
d. Qualitative Research
c. applied research
e. Quantitative Research
d. none of the choices
Which of the following is a proof of the research
experience?
Select one:
a. Biography of the researcher
b. Researcher’s identity and insights
Which of the following is NOT a description of a good
research?
Select one:
a. Research scope is ambiguous.
b. Research process is detailed.
c. Research design is thoroughly planned.
c. All of the choices
d. Purpose is clearly defined.
d. Researcher’s emotions
An understanding of qualitative research is important
because
Select one:
a. The knowledge on numbers can be practiced in
statistics.
b. The daily life activities can be studied.
c. Topics may come from laboratory experiences in school.
What characteristic of qualitative research is mentioned
here? The data and the researcher’s interpretation of the
data – hinge greatly on the contexts from which the data
are obtained (Roller &amp; Lavraks, 2015).
Select one:
a. Importance of context
b. Presence of absolute truth
c. Inductive approach
d. Flexible design
d. Survey is easily done in a public or crowded place.
It is used to measure attitudes, opinions, behaviors, and
other defined variables – and generalize results from a
larger sample population.
What is the independent variable in the title stated in the
previous item?
Select one:
Select one:
a. Qualitative
a. Manila
b. All of the choices
b. intervention
c. None of the choices
c. Dogs
d. Quantitative
d. Children with Disabilities
Which of the following is not under qualitative research?
Select one:
a. everyday life research
It does not apply statistical test or measurement on data
analysis.
Select one:
It is considered valid and reliable.
a. All of the choices
Select one:
b. None of the choices
a. Quantitative
c. Quantitative
b. Qualitative
d. Qualitative
c. None of the choices
d. All of the choices
Generalize the beneficiaries of a study.
Select one:
a. Teenagers are always involved in social issues.
b. Students will learn much information in any research.
c. The government must be concerned in any human
problem.
d. The readers are involved in all the studies that
What research purpose could be used in this title, Dogs:
Intervention for Children with Disabilities in Manila?
Select one:
a. Applied
b. none of the choices
c. both choices are correct
d. Pure/basic
What process in research is described in this sentence? It
can be a qualitative or a quantitative research.
Identify the wrong statement about research.
Select one:
Select one:
a. Form a hypothesis
a. The purpose of research leads to the construction of
research questions.
b. Determine a problem
c. Collect data
b. Research aims to answer or solve specific issue or
problem.
d. Design the study
c. Research discovers the potential power of a
researcher.
Which one is the independent variable in this title: The
Plight of Filipino Migrant Workers in the Middle East?
d. Research has the ultimate goal of developing an
organized body of scientific knowledge.
Select one:
a. Filipino Migrant Workers
b. Plight
c. Middle East
What subject involves the everyday life?
Select one:
a. Social science
b. Mathematics
d. Both Filipino Migrant Workers and Middle East
c. Humanities
Where can one find the literature of a qualitative research?
Select one:
a. Ending part
b. Beginning part
c. Reference part
d. Middle part
Which of the following is incorrect about everyday life
research?
Select one:
a. It is a scientific research methodology.
b. It focuses on details and seemingly insignificant
occurrences.
c. It is a participatory action research methodology.
Which of the following is not a basic ethical principle of
research?
d. It is written in second hand person voice.
Select one:
a. Minimize possible harms
Which of the following is not a thesis statement?
b. Respect for persons
Select one:
c. Respect for nature and animals
a. Man’s greatest treasures are the lessons he learned.
d. Observe justice
b. The wanton cutting down of trees.
c. Coffee is now considered a health drink.
What is the research experience?
d. The Israeli-Hebollah conflict in Lebanon has placed the
UN in the difficult position.
Select one:
a. researcher’s personal aspects
b. one’s research knowledge
Which word was developed from the everyday life of man?
c. researcher’s achievements
Select one:
d. researcher’s expertise
a. Social
b. Science
c. Qualitative
Research is
d. Quantitative
Select one:
a. investigating, analyzing and synthesizing new
information from various sources
Which of the following is a product of qualitative research?
b. the activity anyone who has good reputation and integrity
Select one:
c. triggers one to find the true meaning of knowledge
a. Medicines
d. any organized inquiry carried out to provide information
for solving problems
b. Policies
c. Automobiles
d. All of the choices
d. Correct citation of authors
Which of the following applies the double meaning
questions?
Select one:
a. All of the choices
b. Is this tool interesting and useful?
c. How often and how much time do you spend on each
visit to a hospital?
d. How satisfied are you with your pay and job conditions?
tend to be generally expressed; a
is a specific prediction about what the
Select one:
a. variable; findings
b. scope and delimitation; significance of the study
c. all of the choices
Which is a good argument in the research hypothesis?
d. research question; hypothesis
Select one:
a. A dog can be trained to alert a human if the
telephone is ringing.
b. Childhood obesity is alarming nowadays.
c. The amount of sun exposure is good to a plant.
What is the basic skill required of any researcher?
Select one:
a. Ability understand major philosophical issues
b. Ability to source data
d. More students get sick during the final week of testing
than at other times.
c. Ability to calculate statistics
d. Ability to generate ideas for research projects
It uses measurable data to formulate facts and uncover
patterns in research.
Select one:
It is quantitative research designed to portray a complete
and accurate description of historical events.
a. Quantitative
Select one:
b. All of the choices
a. Case study research
c. Qualitative
b. Historical research
d. None of the choices
c. Descriptive research
d. Correlational research
In ethical dilemma of research, authorship requires
Select one:
It describes a problem or condition from the point of view of
those experiencing it.
a. Accurate data recording
b. All of the choices
c. Significant intellectual contribution
Select one:
a. All of the choices
b. Quantitative
c. Qualitative
b. All of the choices
d. None of the choices
c. They must guide the design of the study.
d. They must inform the content of the research discussion.
e. They must articulate the gap found in the literature.
Which of the following is not a characteristic of qualitative
research?
Select one:
Which of the following is excluded in the scope and
delimitation?
a. Inductive approach
Select one:
b. Flexible design
a. Research findings
c. Important context
b. The general purpose
d. Presence of absolute truth
c. Locale of the study
d. The population or universe
Its hypotheses are Specific, testable, stated prior to
particular study.
Which of the following is not found in the scope and
delimitation?
Select one:
Select one:
a. All of the choices
a. Rationale
b. Quantitative
b. Solutions
c. Qualitative
c. Timelessness
d. None of the choices
d. Problems
What is the sample size in qualitative research?
Select one:
It mentions the restrictions identified by the researcher that
may affect the outcome of the study which he/she has little
or no control, but are anticipated.
a. big
Select one:
b. holistic
a. Scope and Delimitation
c. representative
b. Qualitative Research
d. small
c. Quantitative Research
d. Statement of the Problem
Which of the following is correct about research questions?
Select one:
a. None of the choices
e. Significance of the Study
What is the first thing to do in formulating research title?
d. Eliminating redundancy
Select one:
a. Identify the problem and the participants involve.
e. None of the choices
b. All of the choices
c. Choose the right words (i.e. nouns, prepositions, verbs).
d. Construct the variables under study.
Applied research is done
.
Select one:
a. in natural setting
b. in computer simulation
c. anywhere
d. in a laboratory
It is a formal, objective, systematic process in which
numerical data are used to obtain information about the
world.
Select one:
It does need any research instrument to collect its data.
a. Quantitative Research
Select one:
b. Qualitative Research
a. None of the choices
c. Scope and Delimitation
b. Qualitative
d. Statement of the Problem
c. All of the choices
e. Significance of the Study
d. Quantitative
In ethical dilemma, conflict of interest happens when
Which of the following is the good way to find a good topic?
Select one:
Select one:
a. The researcher’s background is not related to his/her
research topic.
a. Personal experience
b. All of the choices
b. The researcher bribes the authority to be in the research
location.
c. Looking for the next step in the research process
c. The researcher participates as a research subject
for his/her own study.
d. Getting an idea from your adviser
d. The researcher gives money for participants to join.
The researcher should never report flaws in procedural
design and estimate their effect on the findings.
Online and mobile qualitative research enhance data
integrity by
Select one:
Select one:
b. None of the choices
a. All of the choices
c. False
b. Limiting free-text responses and maximizing the use of
standard vocabularies
d. Depending on the topic
c. Validating data values whenever possible
a. True
In selecting factors for a study, which of these does a
researcher needs to consider?
d. The scope and delimitation of research
Select one:
a. They have been investigated before.
b. They are not of interesting so only few will choose them.
c. They are available for investigation.
d. They do not lead to another question.
Validity in research refers to
Select one:
a. The power of the instrument to be used
b. How well a test measures what it is supposed to
measure
c. the legality of the test to be used
d. How the researcher uses the instrument to the
participants
The method is affected by the researcher.
Select one:
a. None of the choices
What implications do human values have on qualitative
research?
b. Quantitative
Select one:
c. Qualitative
a. They set the price the research is worth to be sold for.
d. All of the choices
It has primarily deductive process used to test pre-specified
concepts, constructs, and hypotheses that make up a
theory.
Select one:
b. They influence the ethical decisions of the
researcher.
c. They contribute to the value of the data set by other
researchers.
d. They influence the number of researchers to be involved
in the study.
a. Quantitative
b. Qualitative
What is an example of qualitative research?
c. None of the choices
Select one:
d. All of the choices
a. Historical research
b. Descriptive research
What is the best description of research rationale?
Select one:
c. Correlational research
d. Case study
a. Location of the research
b. Similar to research hypothesis
A case study methodology is useful in
c. Reasons for conducting the research
Select one:
a. Studies with big population
b. Study of a bounded entity
c. Statistical analysis
In qualitative research, researchers evaluate any number of
variables to make sense of the data. These variables
include
d. Study spreads in large geographic areas
Select one:
a. Language of the participants
b. All of the choices
What is the use of research variables?
Select one:
c. Educational background of participants
d. Quantity of participants
a. They are quiet detailed with an overview of in depth.
b. They have a period when they starts and stops.
c. They are the measurable factors of the research.
d. They may have a pattern such as daily, weekly, ad-hoc
and monthly.
Which of the following is a comparison between pure and
applied research?
Select one:
a. Both of them are good research design.
b. None of them is applicable for everyday life research.
c. Both of them need statistical measurement.
d. Both of them are feasible research purpose.
Which of the following best describes a hypothesis?
Select one:
Which research refers to scientific study and research that
seeks to solve practical problems?
a. The data that need to be supported
Select one:
b. A clear relationship between factors
a. Pure research
c. Basis for research questions
b. Both Basic and Applied research
d. Statement that the researcher set out to prove
c. All of the choices
d. Both Basic and Pure research
Choose a good research problem for a qualitative
research?
e. Both Pure and Applied research
f. None of the choices
Select one:
g. Basic research
a. A student examined the function of boxing as a
way to help adolescents with a criminal record to
deal with aggression
h. Applied research
b. A shopper wants to compare the number of shoppers
during ordinary and Christmas season.
c. A lawmaker is thinking of an innovation for a cleaner
election.
d. A teacher was considering a computer instructional tool
for active learning pedagogy.
Which of the following is the strength of qualitative
research?
Select one:
a. It is focused on the scientific explanations of facts.
b. It measures reliability and validity of instruments using
figures.
d. Qualitative
c. This may in turn generate new forms of human
action.
Its hypotheses are tentative and evolving, based on
particular study.
d. The theme of everyday life is very subjective.
Select one:
a. All of the choices
b. Qualitative
What is the prevention to the situation mentioned in the
previous item (no. 107)?
Select one:
a. Millenials must protect their social media accounts by
using complicated passwords and customizing their
account settings.
b. People must secure their photographs and personal
information from public viewing.
c. All of the choices
d. Millenials should not save many pictures and personal
information in their gadgets (i.e. smart phones, laptop, etc.)
c. Quantitative
d. None of the choices
What would happen if the constructed research question
has no precise answer?
Select one:
a. The results will not be accurate and valid.
b. The results will not address the specific need of the
problem.
c. All of the choices
d. The whole research process is useless.
What is the contrast of everyday life research from others?
Select one:
a. It documents the particulars of life.
b. All of the choices
It provides observed effects (interpreted by researchers) of
a program on a problem or condition.
c. It captures life as it is lived.
Select one:
d. It allows the researcher to describe behavior as it occurs
in natural contexts.
a. All of the choices
b. Quantitative
c. None of the choices
It is the best research method to use in any field of study.
Select one:
a. None of the choices
b. Quantitative
c. All of the choices
d. Qualitative
A: Richness, complexity and data
It aims to understand how the participants derive
meaning from their surroundings, and how their
meaning influences their behavior.
A: Qualitative Research
Conclude the delimitation of a research with the title
Impact of Electronic, Video and Mobile Games on
Social Development of Teenagers
A: This study is limited to the social development of
teenagers including the improvement on their attitude
and values.
What is research ethics?
A: All of the choices
Restate the statement: Although it might be said that
an absolute truth is intangible in all forms of research,
the interactive, personal and interpretive approach in
qualitative inquiry extinguishes the notion that the
outcomes represent an absolute truth.
A: The outcomes of qualitative inquiry are interactive,
personal and interpretative truth.
Which is the most priority in the research process?
A: Recognize the problem
It determines the cause-and-effect interactions
between variables.
A: Quantitative Research
Which of the following is a product of basic research?
A: advancement of knowledge
The quantitative method is used when
,
, and
are sought in the study.
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