RSCH -110 - Practical Research 1

RSCH -110 - Practical Research 1 



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

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Choose the correct paraphrase of the following quotation on the statements about research knowledge and experience.

“Do research. Feed your talent. Research not only wins the war on cliche, it's the key to victory over fear and it's cousin, depression.” ― Robert McKee

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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

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Choose the correct paraphrase of the following quotation on the statements about research knowledge and experience.

“The measure of greatness in a scientific idea is the extent to which it stimulates thought and opens up new lines of research.” ― Paul A.M. Dirac

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Choose the correct paraphrase of the following quotation on the statements about research knowledge and experience.

“Research is about engaging in a conversation with a brand.” - Matthew Rhodes

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Choose the correct paraphrase of the following quotation on the statements about research knowledge and experience.

“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

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Choose the correct paraphrase of the following quotation on the statements about research knowledge and experience.

“I believe in innovation and that the way you get innovation is you fund research and you learn the basic facts.” - Bill Gates

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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

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Choose the correct paraphrase of the following quotation on the statements about research knowledge and experience.

“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

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Choose the correct paraphrase of the following quotation on the statements about research knowledge and experience.

“Research is the highest form of adoration.” ― Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

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Which of the following is not considered to be an example of misconduct in research?

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A researcher may withhold a participant’s name and any identifying characteristics when asked to present such information when
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Informed consent requires that individuals…
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Debriefing should…
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Anonymity is when a participant does not give a researcher…
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Which of the following is similar in qualitative and quantitative research?
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Confidentiality and anonymity are important to insure limited risk of exposure of information including…
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Confidentiality is used to protect a participant’s privacy by
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Research hypotheses can be defined as
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Researchers can encourage people to volunteer to participate in their project by
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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.” ― David Silverman

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True or False. If the statement is true, write the word True. If False, write False and replace the underlined word with the correct term. Note that the system accepts an exact answer. Wrong spelling is considered wrong.

 

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Q: Whales are reptiles. A: False - mammals

 

Qualitative research derives meaning from data of multiple sources.

 

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Choose the most appropriate explanation to the meaning of the following quotation on qualitative research.

“Modernity is a qualitative, not a chronological, category.” - Theodor Adorno

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True or False. If the statement is true, write the word True. If False, write False and replace the underlined word with the correct term. Note that the system accepts an exact answer. Wrong spelling is considered wrong.

 

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Q: Whales are reptiles. A: False - mammals

 

Qualitative research is relative to the everyday life of the researcher including his/her meditation on daily activities and experiences.

 

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True or False. If the statement is true, write the word True. If False, write False and replace the underlined word with the correct term. Note that the system accepts an exact answer. Wrong spelling is considered wrong.


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Qualitative research addresses scientific issues.

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True or False. If the statement is true, write the word True. If False, write False and replace the underlined word with the correct term. Note that the system accepts an exact answer. Wrong spelling is considered wrong.

 

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Q: Whales are reptiles. A: False - mammals

 

Education, nursing, sociology, anthropology, information studies, humanities, and health sciences are the only topics to be used for qualitative research.

 

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True or False. If the statement is true, write the word True. If False, write False and replace the underlined word with the correct term. Note that the system accepts an exact answer. Wrong spelling is considered wrong.

 

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Qualitative research can prove the absolute truth.

 

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True or False. If the statement is true, write the word True. If False, write False and replace the underlined word with the correct term. Note that the system accepts an exact answer. Wrong spelling is considered wrong.


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Qualitative research uses survey as an instrument for data collection.

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True or False. If the statement is true, write the word True. If False, write False and replace the underlined word with the correct term. Note that the system accepts an exact answer. Wrong spelling is considered wrong.

 

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The qualitative design cannotbe modified or changed.

 

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True or False. If the statement is true, write the word True. If False, write False and replace the underlined word with the correct term. Note that the system accepts an exact answer. Wrong spelling is considered wrong.

 

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Q: Whales are reptiles. A: False - mammals

 

Qualitative research requires the analytical and organizational abilities that are necessary for all researchers.

 

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Write TRUE if the statement gives the correct description of an everyday life research and FALSE if it is incorrect.

It can be defined like mathematical and statistical models which are describing a diverse array of variables relationship.
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Write TRUE if the statement gives the correct description of an everyday life research and FALSE if it is incorrect.

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.
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Write TRUE if the statement gives the correct description of an everyday life research and FALSE if it is incorrect.

Looks at relationships between variables and can establish cause and effect in highly controlled circumstance.
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Write TRUE if the statement gives the correct description of an everyday life research and FALSE if it is incorrect.

The best quality data that a researcher can get is the double blind test.
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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.

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Write TRUE if the statement gives the correct description of an everyday life
research and FALSE if it is incorrect.

Write TRUE if the statement gives the correct description of an everyday life research and FALSE if it is incorrect.

Individuals are like scientists who develop theories on how the world and their own activities function.

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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.
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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.
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Write TRUE if the statement gives the correct description of an everyday life research and FALSE if it is incorrect.

It is the arrangement of the individual’s arrangements of a particular person.
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Write TRUE if the statement gives the correct description of an everyday life research and FALSE if it is incorrect.

It addresses the question of how people produce social reality in and through interactive processes.
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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.).

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

This is qualitative research that investigates the daily life of housewives on weekdays.

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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.

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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.

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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 inputs are only coming from senior high school students of the subject school.

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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.

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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.

This study concentrates on the factors that need to be considered for the implementation of the policy.

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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 researchers also determined the children’s reactions on violent cartoon shows watched on television.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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 Identify the following materials by choosing the correct letter: 

Discovery Channel

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Identify the citation format used in the following references by writing CMS, APA or MLA: 

Baxter, C. (1997). Race equality in health care and education.Philadelphia: Ballière Tindall.

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Identify the citation format used in the following references by writing CMS, APA or MLA: 

Leroux, Marcel. Global Warming: Myth Or Reality?: The Erring Ways of Climatology. Springer, 2005.

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Identify the citation format used in the following references by writing CMS, APA or MLA: 

Alibali, M. W. (1999). How children change their minds: Strategy change can be gradual or abrupt. Developmental Psychology, 35,127-145.

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Name the research misconduct performed in the following situations by choosing the letter of the correct answer: 

The researcher copied the results of the study from another thesis.

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Name the research misconduct performed in the following situations by choosing the letter of the correct answer: 

The researcher declared she interviewed the resource person even if she didn’t.

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Name the research misconduct performed in the following situations by choosing the letter of the correct answer: 

She changed the gender of the participant to complete the all male survey.

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Identify the citation format used in the following references by writing CMS, APA or MLA: 

Ebert, Roger. Review of An Inconvenient Truth, directed by Davis Guggenheim. rogerebert.com, 1 June 2006, http://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/an-inconvenient-truth-2006. Accessed 15 June 2016.

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Identify the following materials by choosing the correct letter: 

Textbooks

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Identify the following materials by choosing the correct letter: 

Live concert

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Spolarium by Juan Luna

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Official website

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Braveheart (starred and produced by Mel Gibson)

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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.

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Identify the citation format used in the following references by writing CMS, APA or MLA: 

Weinstein, Joshua I. "The Market in Plato’sRepublic." Classical Philology 104 (2009): 439–58.

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Identify the citation format used in the following references by writing CMS, APA or MLA: 

Google. “Google Privacy Policy.” Last modified March 11, 2009. http://www.google.com/intl/en/privacypolicy.html.

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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.

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Name the research misconduct performed in the following situations by choosing the letter of the correct answer: 

The bibliography is incomplete.

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Name the research misconduct performed in the following situations by choosing the letter of the correct answer: 

The researcher manipulated the results of the study.

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Identify the following materials by choosing the correct letter: 

Research journal

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Identify the sample used in the researches below by choosing the letter of the best answer: 


Dunckley, Aspinal, Addington-Hall, Hughes, & 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.

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Choose the correct qualitative research design used in the following examples. 


Bullington (2005) investigated how older people (60+) experience the ageing body and how these experiences affect aged peoples’ sense of identity. Explorative, open ended, interviews were conducted with 13 respondents between the ages of 63 and 82, recruited from a retired peoples’ organization, Church organizations, and from the working population. The results showed that generally the experience of the ageing body has to do with a changed life world, reactions to this change in terms of body and self, and finding ways to feel at home in this changed situation.

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Bullington (2005) investigated how older people (60+) experience the ageing body and how these experiences affect aged peoples’ sense of identity. Explorative, open ended, interviews were conducted with 13 respondents between the ages of 63 and 82, recruited from a retired peoples’ organization, Church organizations, and from the working population. The results showed that generally the experience of the ageing body has to do with a changed life world, reactions to this change in terms of body and self, and finding ways to feel at home in this changed situation.

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Bisogni, et. al. (2005) studied the conceptual understanding of how management of food and eating is linked to life course events and experiences. Individual qualitative interviews were conducting to adults in upstate New York, particularly 14 men and 11 women with moderate to low incomes. A conceptual model of food choice capacity emerged. Food choice capacity represented participants' confidence in meeting their standards for food and eating given their food management skills and circumstances. Most participants had faced challenging and changing circumstances (income, employment, social support, roles, health conditions). Participants linked strong food management skills with high levels of food choice capacity, except in the case of extreme financial circumstances or the absence of strong standards.

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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) 

 

Homelessness is hopeless to be solved.

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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) 

 

Not all homeless are impoverished.

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Choose the correct qualitative research design used in the following examples. 


Bisogni, et. al. (2005) studied the conceptual understanding of how management of food and eating is linked to life course events and experiences. Individual qualitative interviews were conducting to adults in upstate New York, particularly 14 men and 11 women with moderate to low incomes. A conceptual model of food choice capacity emerged. Food choice capacity represented participants' confidence in meeting their standards for food and eating given their food management skills and circumstances. Most participants had faced challenging and changing circumstances (income, employment, social support, roles, health conditions). Participants linked strong food management skills with high levels of food choice capacity, except in the case of extreme financial circumstances or the absence of strong standards.

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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) 

 

Common people are powerless to help the homeless.

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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.

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Choose the correct qualitative research design used in the following examples. 


Dunckley, Aspinal, Addington-Hall, Hughes, & 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.

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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. 

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Being homeless is a permanent social status.

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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.

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Gance-Cleveland (in Nieswiadomy, 2008) examined the features, critical attributes, processes, and benefits of school based support groups for adolescents with an addicted parent. Participant observations were conducted weekly at two high schools over one semester. Interviews were conducted with program administrators, school administrators, group co-facilitators, and participants. School-based support group participation was found to enhance self-knowledge and led to self-care and self-healing.

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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. 

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Many people are still unconditionally helping the homeless.

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Edwards (2007) explored the process of college men’s gender identity development. In order to try to meet these expectations and be seen as men, participants described putting on a performance that was like wearing a mask or “putting my man face on.” This process included learning societal expectations of them as men, as well as specific cultural group expectations. The men in this study were all aware that they did not neatly fit behind the mask, either as a result of personal characteristics or social identities. Their resulting insecurities led them to wearing the mask both consciously and unconsciously so that they would be seen as men by society.

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Daly (in Nieswiadomy, 2008) studied the lived experiences of mothers of suicidal adolescents. She contended that, unfortunately, the mother’s experience is often the hidden dimension in the family. Unstructured interviews were conducted with 6 mothers living with suicidal adolescents. Six themes were identified: failure as a good mother, the ultimate rejection, feeling alone in the struggle, helplessness and powerlessness in the struggle, cautious parenting, and keeping an emotional distance.

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Gance-Cleveland (in Nieswiadomy, 2008) examined the features, critical attributes, processes, and benefits of school based support groups for adolescents with an addicted parent. Participant observations were conducted weekly at two high schools over one semester. Interviews were conducted with program administrators, school administrators, group co-facilitators, and participants. School-based support group participation was found to enhance self-knowledge and led to self-care and self-healing.

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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. 

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The government is the only one who can help the homeless.

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Edwards (2007) explored the process of college men’s gender identity development. In order to try to meet these expectations and be seen as men, participants described putting on a performance that was like wearing a mask or “putting my man face on.” This process included learning societal expectations of them as men, as well as specific cultural group expectations. The men in this study were all aware that they did not neatly fit behind the mask, either as a result of personal characteristics or social identities. Their resulting insecurities led them to wearing the mask both consciously and unconsciously so that they would be seen as men by society.

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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.

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Describe your relationship with your colleagues.

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Would you like to continue that kind of relationship?

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“For the last question, what have you learned from cancer?”

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“How does your family view your situation?”

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The characteristics of these individuals; what differentiates them from others; whether people consult them or they approach other people; whether they seem to be strangers or well known by others present.

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Do you feel great when people admire your work?

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What individuals’ preferences concerning personal space suggest about their relationships

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“How old were you when you discovered your disease?”

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Do you think he is gay?

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“How active are you now in the cancer-free world?”

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It is based on a simple observation: if you want to understand a concept, then look at how it is used.

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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.

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Another linguistic approach is to look for naturally occurring shifts in thematic content.

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Summary of research findings

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Much can be learned from a text by what is not mentioned.

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The object is to look for metaphors in rhetoric and deduce the schemas, or underlying principles, that might produce patterns in those metaphors.

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The approach is based on a powerful trick most of us learned in kindergarten and requires paper and scissors.

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Family portrait of the informants

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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 "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." 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.

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Sherzer (in Ryan and Bernard, 2003) presents a detailed analysis of a two-hour performance by Chief Olopinikwa of a traditional San Blas Kuna chant. The chant was recorded in 1970. Like many linguistic anthropologists, Sherzer had taught an assistant, Alberto Campos, to use a phonetic transcription system. After the chant, Sherzer asked Campos, to transcribe and translate the tape. Campos put Kuna and Spanish on left- and right-facing pages. By studying Campos’s translation against the original Kuna, Sherzer was able to pick out certain recurrent features. Campos left out the chanted utterances of the responding chief (usually something like "so it is"), which turned out to be markers for verse endings in the chant. Campos also left out so-called framing words and phrases (like "Thus" at the beginning of a verse and "it is said, so I pronounce" at the end of a verse). These contribute to the line and verse structure of the chant. Finally, "instead of transposing metaphors and other figurative and allusive language into Spanish" Campos "explains them in his translation".

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James Springer and his identical twin James Lewis were separated at birth.  They were raised in different homes.  They did not meet again until they were 39.  When they met, they found out the following:  Springer’s first wife was named Linda and his second wife, Betty.  Lewis has also had a wife named Betty and one named Linda.  Each had a son named James Allen.  Each had owned a dog named Toy.  Their favorite subject in high school had been math.  They had both studied law enforcement after high school.  They had the same hobbies and the same favorite vacation place.  They even liked the same brand of cookies. (adapted from http://www.gedonlineclass.net) 

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Maria is watching too much television. A toddler shouldn’t be spending hours staring blankly at a screen. Worse yet, some of her wild behavior have been inspired by those awful cartoons she watches.

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“English has been dubbed as the “language of the world”. Over a billion people in the world have considered English as their second language. With over 2,500 OFW’s leaving the country everyday to different parts of the globe, Filipinos are expected to arm themselves with English to communicate with the world.”(Excerpt from “Nursing the Carabao English”,in Yu& Plata, 2006)

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Conclusions should refer only to the population, area, or subject of the study.

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Reference list allows readers to locate and use the sources and copy the ones cited.

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The research report need not to be substantially different from drafts, except where participants have indicated that change is necessary.

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James Springer and his identical twin James Lewis were separated at birth.  They were raised in different homes.  They did not meet again until they were 39.  When they met, they found out the following:  Springer’s first wife was named Linda and his second wife, Betty.  Lewis has also had a wife named Betty and one named Linda.  Each had a son named James Allen.  Each had owned a dog named Toy.  Their favorite subject in high school had been math.  They had both studied law enforcement after high school.  They had the same hobbies and the same favorite vacation place.  They even liked the same brand of cookies. (adapted from http://www.gedonlineclass.net) 

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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.”

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Methodology

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