Research methods chapters 1 and 2

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  1. What are the 3 main steps of research design
    • Observe/invent/assess
    • Observe/question/propose solutions
    • Question/observe/propose ideas
    • Question/feel/observe
  2. Is a puzzling question a research question?
    • Yes
    • Not at all
    • Not yet
    • Always
  3. Is a theory:
    • A possible answer to a question
    • A precise and concrete statement
    • A pure invention
    • A generalized statement
  4. Does a Hypothesis Testing Approach go..
    • FROM OBSERVATIONS TO THEORY?
    • FROM THEORY TO OBSERVATION?
    • FROM OBSERVATIONS/QUESTIONS/HYPOTHESIS TO THEORY?
    • FROM FEELINGS TO NEW IDEAS?
  5. To set up hypotheses derived from a theoretical framework, which logical operations do we have to complete?
    • Mainly induction
    • Induction and deduction combined
    • Mainly deduction
    • Induction, deduction, invention
  6. What is a Research Question?
    • An analytic question
    • An open question
    • A general statement
    • A most complex question
  7. To be sure a research projet is feasible, we must consider:
    • Mainly time
    • Mainly budget
    • Mainly access to information
    • Time, budget, access to information
  8. Does preliminary data collection mean:
    • Collecting all types of data
    • Pre-selection of relevant data
    • Collection of academic papers
    • First-hand data
  9. Should literature survey be:
    • A critical survey of literature?
    • A full survey of literature on the topic we research on?
    • A reading of most interesting papers?
    • A quick survey of any type of documents on the topic we research on?
  10. In an analytic proposition, we must see:
    • A list of different factors
    • The research background
    • The definition of the main factor
    • How factors interact
  11. The dependent variable is:
    • The most important factor in the situation
    • The less interesting factor in the situation
    • A moderating factor
    • A network of different factors
  12. Hypotheses must be:
    • Predictable statements
    • If-then statements
    • Very puzzling statements
    • Illogical answers to the question
  13. After testing hypotheses, we should be able to:
    • Give definitive answers
    • Predict future events
    • Always rejet a theory
    • Validate or reject a theory
  14. A good research project should be:
    • A very innovative project
    • An innovative as well as methodological project
    • A theorectical process
    • A good field study
Self-learning assessment for the class research methods chapters 1 & 2
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  • Published 02/11/2020
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