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1 1 Marks Questions on 15th December 2010, 8:02 pm

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Search for facts can be made through
Choose one answer.
a. Arbitrary method and scientific method
b. Arbitrary method only
c. Scientific method only
d. Unscientific method only



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What is formulative research?
Choose one answer.
a. The research which is undertaken for the sake of knowledge without any intention to apply it in practice
b. The research which is carried on to find solution to a real-life problem requiring an action or policy decision
c. The research which deals with the preliminary study of an unfamiliar problem about which the researcher has little or no knowledge
d. The research which is a fact-finding investigation with adequate interpretation




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What is pure research?
Choose one answer.
a. The research which is undertaken for the sake of knowledge without any intention to apply it in practice
b. The research which is carried on to find solution to a real-life problem requiring an action or policy decision
c. The research which deals with the preliminary study of an unfamiliar problem about which the researcher has little or no knowledge
d. The research which is a fact-finding investigation with adequate interpretation




Question 4 Marks: --/1

Which of the following is not true for search of facts through arbitrary method?
Choose one answer.
a. It is a method for seeking answers to questions consisting of imagination
b. It is a method for seeking answers to questions consisting of logic
c. It is a method for seeking answers to questions consisting of belief
d. It is a method for seeking answers to questions through impression




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Which of the following is not true?
Choose one answer.
a. Research simply means a search for facts
b. Research is purposive investigation
c. Research is disorganized detailed enquiry
d. Research include solutions to problems




Question 6 Marks: --/1

Which of the following is true?
Choose one answer.
a. Scientific method is an approach consisting of imagination
b. Arbitrary method is systematic rational approach to seeking facts
c. Scientific method is vague and inaccurate
d. Research can be made through scientific method only




Question 7 Marks: --/1

Which of the following is true?
Choose one answer.
a. Quantitative as well as qualitative approaches are the two main approaches of research
b. Diagnostic as well as descriptive study are the two main approaches of research
c. Applied research as well as descriptive study are the two main approaches of research
d. Exploratory research as well as applied research are the two main approaches of research


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2 Re: 1 Marks Questions on 15th December 2010, 8:03 pm

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Feasibility is an important ________ criteria for selection of a research problem
Choose one answer.
a. Internal
b. External
c. Logical
d. Inherent




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Research begins when
Choose one answer.
a. Researcher solves some problem
b. Researcher finds a new thing
c. Researcher experiences some difficulty
d. Researcher is told to find new things




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What a carefully worded title of a research problem will do?
Choose one answer.
a. Indication of the core study
b. Building of the model of study
c. Defining the objectivity of the study
d. Give detailed knowledge about the research problem




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Which of the following is an important criterion for a good research problem?
Choose one answer.
a. Verifiable evidence
b. Subjectivity
c. Inaccuracy
d. Randomization




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Which of the following is considered as the external criteria in the selection of the researchable problem?
Choose one answer.
a. Researcher's interest
b. Researcher's competence
c. Novelty of the problem
d. Researcher's own resource




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Which of the following is not considered as internal criteria in selection of researchable problem?
Choose one answer.
a. Researcher's interest
b. Researcher's competence
c. Researcher's own resource
d. Feasibility




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Which of the following is not included in the process of defining a problem?
Choose one answer.
a. Developing title
b. Building a conceptual model
c. Define the objective of study
d. Define the subject of study


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3 Re: 1 Marks Questions on 15th December 2010, 8:07 pm

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What are the two errors used in Testing of Hypothesis?
Choose one answer.
a. Type I and Type II errors
b. Type 0 and Type I errors
c. Type 0 and Type II errors
d. Type A and Type B errors



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What do you understand by hypothesis?
Choose one answer.
a. Drawing some conclusion
b. Getting proof for some activities
c. Assumption about relations between variables
d. Assumption regarding one activity




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What does 5% level of significance mean?
Choose one answer.
a. It means that the researcher is willing to take more than 5% risk rejecting the null hypothesis when it (HO) happens to be true
b. It means that the researcher is willing to take as much as 5% risk rejecting the null hypothesis when it (HO) happens to be true
c. It means that the researcher is willing to take about 5% risk rejecting the null hypothesis when it (HO) happens to be true
d. It means that the researcher is willing to take less than 5% risk rejecting the null hypothesis when it (HO) happens to be true




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Which of the following criteria is to be met for a scientifically justified hypothesis?
Choose one answer.
a. The statements should describe multiple issues
b. The statements in the hypothesis should be subjective
c. It should be subjective
d. It should be empirically testable




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Which of the following is true?
Choose one answer.
a. The null hypothesis and the alternative hypothesis are chosen after the sample is drawn
b. The null hypothesis is chosen before the sample is selected and alternative hypothesis is chosen after the sample is selected
c. The null hypothesis and the alternative hypothesis are chosen before the sample is drawn
d. The null hypothesis is chosen after the sample is selected and alternative hypothesis is chosen before the sample is selected




Question 6 Marks: --/1

Which of the following is true?
Choose one answer.
a. Alternative hypothesis is usually the one which wishes to disprove
b. Null hypothesis is usually the one which wishes to prove
c. Alternative hypothesis is usually the one which wishes to disprove and null hypothesis is usually the one which wishes to prove
d. Alternative hypothesis is usually the one which wishes to prove and null hypothesis is usually the one which wishes to disprove




Question 7 Marks: --/1

With a fixed sample size n, when we try to reduce type 1 error then
Choose one answer.
a. The probability of committing type II error increases
b. The probability of committing type I error decreases
c. The probability of committing type I error remains the same
d. The probability of committing type I error will be zero


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4 Re: 1 Marks Questions on 15th December 2010, 8:09 pm

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A magnitude which varies is called
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a. constant
b. variable
c. integer
d. variance




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A magnitude which varies is called
Choose one answer.
a. constant
b. variable
c. integer
d. variance




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Phenomena that assume different values quantitatively even in decimal points are known as
Choose one answer.
a. Continuous variables
b. Discrete variables
c. Integer Variables
d. Random variables




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Phenomena that assume different values quantitatively even in decimal points are known as
Choose one answer.
a. Continuous variables
b. Discrete variables
c. Integer Variables
d. Random variables




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The independent variables which are not directly related to the purpose of study but affect the dependent variables are known as
Choose one answer.
a. Extraneous variables
b. Exterior variables
c. Random variables
d. External variables




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The independent variables which are not directly related to the purpose of study but affect the dependent variables are known as
Choose one answer.
a. Extraneous variables
b. Exterior variables
c. Random variables
d. External variables




Question 7 Marks: --/1

What do you understand by research design?
Choose one answer.
a. It is a illogical and systematic plan prepared for directing a research study
b. It is an overview how the research will be undertaken
c. It is a logical and systematic plan prepared for directing a research study
d. It is one of many ways to conduct research




Question 8 Marks: --/1

What do you understand by research design?
Choose one answer.
a. It is a illogical and systematic plan prepared for directing a research study
b. It is an overview how the research will be undertaken
c. It is a logical and systematic plan prepared for directing a research study
d. It is one of many ways to conduct research




Question 9 Marks: --/1

When the researcher has no idea as to how accurate the results of study ought to be in order to be useful, which of the following the research has to do?
Choose one answer.
a. The researcher has to design the importance of his study
b. The researcher has to rethink on taking up the study
c. The researcher has to cancel his study
d. The researcher has to determine how much inaccuracy may be tolerated




Question 10 Marks: --/1

When the researcher has no idea as to how accurate the results of study ought to be in order to be useful, which of the following the research has to do?
Choose one answer.
a. The researcher has to design the importance of his study
b. The researcher has to rethink on taking up the study
c. The researcher has to cancel his study
d. The researcher has to determine how much inaccuracy may be tolerated




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Which constitutes the blueprint for the collection, measurement and analysis of data?
Choose one answer.
a. Testing of hypothesis
b. Blueprint design
c. User Design
d. Research design




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Which constitutes the blueprint for the collection, measurement and analysis of data?
Choose one answer.
a. Testing of hypothesis
b. Blueprint design
c. User Design
d. Research design




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Who coined the following definition of research design- "A research design is the arrangement of conditions for collection and analysis of data in a manner that aims to combine relevance to the research purpose with economy in procedure"
Choose one answer.
a. Jahoda and Fisher
b. Jahoda and Destsch
c. Jahoda, Destsch and Cook
d. Fisher and Cook




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Who coined the following definition of research design- "A research design is the arrangement of conditions for collection and analysis of data in a manner that aims to combine relevance to the research purpose with economy in procedure"
Choose one answer.
a. Jahoda and Fisher
b. Jahoda and Destsch
c. Jahoda, Destsch and Cook
d. Fisher and Cook


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5 Re: 1 Marks Questions on 15th December 2010, 8:11 pm

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The life history material itself must be organized according to
Choose one answer.
a. Some conceptual framework
b. Main incidents
c. Importance of life incidents
d. Lifecycle of the person




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The life history must be a
Choose one answer.
a. Configuration depicting the inter-relationships between the person's various experiences
b. Story of the lifetime of a person
c. Story of interactions of a person to others
d. Story of experience of a person




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The organic motto of action must be _______
Choose one answer.
a. Practical
b. Socially relevant
c. Impractical
d. Irrelevant




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What is the aim of the case-study method?
Choose one answer.
a. Identification of environmental properties
b. Location and identification of persons who are involved in several cases
c. Location and identification of the factors that account for the behavior patterns of a given unit, and its relationship with the environment
d. Location and identification of properties of an environmental variable




Question 5 Marks: --/1

Who has the credit for introducing case study method into social investigation?
Choose one answer.
a. Katz
b. Galileo
c. Spencer
d. Leplay




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Who pointed out that independently the case documents hardly fulfil the criteria of reliability, adequacy and representativeness?
Choose one answer.
a. Herbert Spencer
b. Galileo
c. Frederick Leplay
d. Blummer




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Who was the first social philosopher who used case study in comparative studies of different cultures?
Choose one answer.
a. Frederick Leplay
b. Newton
c. Herbert Spencer
d. Galileo


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6 Re: 1 Marks Questions on 15th December 2010, 8:13 pm

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If the precision per unit cost is high or the cost per unit of variance is low, then what the sample is called?
Choose one answer.
a. Economical
b. Practical
c. Systematic
d. Unbiased




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On which the choice of a particular type of probability sampling does not depend?
Choose one answer.
a. Geographical area of survey
b. Size of population
c. Political orientation of the population
d. Nature of the population under study




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Should time limit within the study be considered as an important factor while deciding the question of sample survey?
Choose one answer.
a. Time limit is important but may be ignored
b. Time limit is not at all important
c. Time limit is needed sometimes
d. The time limit is one of the most important factors that should be considered




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When the sampling survey is opted?
Choose one answer.
a. When census is taken as the best option
b. When time limit for the study is enormous
c. When the amount of money budgeted is smaller than the anticipated cost of the census survey
d. When sufficient facilities area available for the census




Question 5 Marks: --/1

Which of the following is not a governing criterion for sampling technique?
Choose one answer.
a. Questionnaire
b. Information about population
c. Financial resources
d. Nature of population




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Which of the following is true for heterogeneous population?
Choose one answer.
a. Systematic sampling is must for heterogeneous population
b. Stratified random sampling should be needed to get representative sample
c. Multistage sampling is needed for heterogeneous population
d. Simple random sampling can give representative sample for heterogeneous population




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Which of the following is true for homogeneous population?
Choose one answer.
a. Stratified random sampling should be needed to get representative sample
b. Systematic sampling is must for homogeneous population
c. Multistage sampling is needed for homogeneous population
d. Simple random sampling can give representative sample


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7 Re: 1 Marks Questions on 15th December 2010, 8:14 pm

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In which of the following branches, data needed for a social science research cannot be broadly classified into?
Choose one answer.
a. Data pertaining to human beings
b. Data relating to organization
c. Data relating to non-human beings
d. Data pertaining to territorial areas



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Organizational data consists of the data on which of the following?
Choose one answer.
a. occupation
b. knowledge
c. Resource endowment
d. ownership




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What is primary source of data?
Choose one answer.
a. Primary sources are original sources from which the researcher directly collects data that have not been previously collected
b. Primary sources are original sources from which the researchers directly collects the data all the time
c. Primary sources are original sources from where the data is collected most of the time
d. Primary sources are the original sources which all the researchers use to collect data




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What is the most important limitation of the secondary data?
Choose one answer.
a. The available data may not meet our specific needs
b. The available data may not be as accurate as desired
c. The secondary data are not up-to-date
d. The secondary data become obsolete when they appear in print




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Which of following does not come under behavioral variables?
Choose one answer.
a. attitude
b. knowledge
c. religion
d. intentions




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Which of the following are major classification of the data sources?
Choose one answer.
a. Human source and non-human source
b. Primary source and secondary source
c. Territorial source and organizational source
d. Demographic source and behavioral source




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Which of the following does not come under the demographic or socio-economic characteristics?
Choose one answer.
a. sex
b. race
c. marital status
d. awareness


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8 Re: 1 Marks Questions on 15th December 2010, 8:17 pm

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What do you understand by controlled observation?
Choose one answer.
a. This involves standardization of observational techniques
b. This does not involve control over extrinsic and intrinsic variables
c. This does not involve the physical presence of the observer
d. This involves the observation of an event personally by the observer when it takes place



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What do you understand by Direct observation?
Choose one answer.
a. It is a method of observation in which the observer stands apart and does not participate in the phenomenon observed
b. It is a method in which the observation is done on an event personally by the observer when it takes place
c. It is a method of observation which does not require the physical presence of the observer
d. It is a method of observation in which the observer is a part of the phenomenon or group which is observed




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What do you understand by participant observation?
Choose one answer.
a. It is a method of observation in which the observer stands apart and does not participate in the phenomenon observed
b. It is a method in which the observation is done on an event personally by the observer when it takes place
c. It is a method of observation which does not require the physical presence of the observer
d. It is a method of observation in which the observer is a part of the phenomenon or group which is observed




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What do you understand by uncontrolled observation?
Choose one answer.
a. This involves standardization of observational techniques
b. This does not involve control over extrinsic and intrinsic variables
c. This does not involve the physical presence of the observer
d. This involves the observation of an event personally by the observer when it takes place




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What is the advantage of the direct observation?
Choose one answer.
a. In this method, the observer can understand the emotional reactions of the observed group
b. This method is flexible and allows the observer to see and record subtle aspects of events and behavior as they occur
c. This method does not involve the physical presence of the observer
d. This method does not involve control over extrinsic and intrinsic variables




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Which of the following is the advantage of the participant observation?
Choose one answer.
a. Observer will be able to record context which gives meaning to the observed behavior and heard statements
b. The participant observer narrows his range of observation
c. To the extent that the participant observer participates emotionally, the objectivity is lost
d. Dual demand made on the observer




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Which of the following is true?
Choose one answer.
a. Observing eyes don't catch many things that are present
b. Attention is focused on data that are not pertinent to the given study
c. Observation is made for the specific purpose of noting things relevant to the study
d. Observation should not be exact and be based on the standardized tools


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9 Re: 1 Marks Questions on 15th December 2010, 8:18 pm

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Does mail-survey involve face-to-face conversation between the investigator and the respondent?
Choose one answer.
a. It involves face-to-face conversation to a large extent
b. It involves face-to-face conversation to a negligible extent
c. It involves face-to-face conversation sometimes
d. It does not involve face-to-face conversation between investigator and respondent



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Schedule should preferably contain mostly ________ and ________ questions so that it could be completed within few minutes
Choose one answer.
a. Open-end, subjective
b. Close-end, subjective
c. Close-end, multiple choice
d. Open-end, multiple choice




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The response rate in mail surveys is generally _______ more so in developing countries like India.
Choose one answer.
a. Very low
b. Very high
c. low
d. high




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What are news-stand inserts?
Choose one answer.
a. This involves inserting the covering letter, questionnaire and self-addressed reply-paid envelope into a random sample of news-stand copies of a newspaper or magazine
b. This involves advertisement of the questionnaires with instructions for completion on a page of a magazine or in section of newspaper
c. This involves attachment of a questionnaire to a product and sent of request to the buyer to complete it
d. This involves mailing of the questionnaire to all the prospective respondents




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What are structured questionnaires?
Choose one answer.
a. Structured questionnaires are those in which there are indefinite questions covering the main topic
b. Structured questionnaires are those in which there are definite, concrete and preordained questions with additional questions limited to those necessary to clarify inadequate answers or to elicit more responses
c. Structured questionnaires are those in which there are questions mainly to elicit more responses
d. Structured questionnaires are those in which there are definite, concrete and preordained questions to elicit more responses




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What are unstructured questionnaires?
Choose one answer.
a. Unstructured questionnaires are those in which there are definite, concrete and preordained questions to elicit more responses
b. Unstructured questionnaires are those in which the respondent is given opportunity to answer in his own terms and in his own frame of reference
c. Unstructured questionnaires are those in which respondent have to answer according to some specifications
d. Unstructured questionnaires are those in which respondent has to answer everything in details




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What is the use of the covering letter that is accompanied by the questionnaire?
Choose one answer.
a. It is sent with questionnaire to inform the name of the investigator
b. It is sent in order to inform explain to the respondent the purpose of the study and the importance of his cooperation to the success of the project
c. It is sent to inform the respondent about the latest developments
d. It is sent to inform the respondent about the problem and the rectification measure to be taken


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10 Re: 1 Marks Questions on 15th December 2010, 8:19 pm

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Interview calls for ______
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a. Face to face contact
b. Structured questionnaires
c. Interviewing skills
d. Contact over telephone



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The semi-structured interview where the investigator attempts to focus the discussion on the actual effects of a given experience to which the respondents have been exposed is termed as ___________.
Choose one answer.
a. Depth interview
b. Focused interview
c. Clinical interview
d. Unstructured interview




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What do you understand by Depth interview?
Choose one answer.
a. This is a semi-structured interview where the investigator attempts to focus the discussion on the actual effects of a given experience to which the respondents are exposed
b. This is an intensive and searching interview aiming at studying the respondent's opinion, emotions or convictions on the basis of an interview guide
c. This is similar to focused interview but with a subtle difference that while the focused interview is concerned with the effects of specific experience, clinical interview is concerned with broad underlying feelings or motivations or with the course of individual's life experiences
d. This is the least structured one where the interviewer encourages the respondent to talk freely about a give topic with a minimum of prompting or guidance




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What is Non-directive interview?
Choose one answer.
a. This is a semi-structured interview where the investigator attempts to focus the discussion on the actual effects of a given experience to which the respondents are exposed
b. This is the least structured one where the interviewer encourages the respondent to talk freely about a give topic with a minimum of prompting or guidance
c. This is similar to focused interview but with a subtle difference that while the focused interview is concerned with the effects of specific experience, clinical interview is concerned with broad underlying feelings or motivations or with the course of individual's life experiences
d. This is an intensive and searching interview aiming at studying the respondent's opinion, emotions or convictions on the basis of an interview guide




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Which of the following is not a requirement for a successful interview?
Choose one answer.
a. Vastness of knowledge of the interviewer
b. Data availability
c. Role perception
d. Respondents motivation




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Which type of interview is similar to focused interview but with a subtle difference?
Choose one answer.
a. Clinical interview
b. Depth interview
c. Directive interview
d. Depth interview




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________ is the only suitable method for gathering information from illiterate or less educated respondents.
Choose one answer.
a. Mail survey
b. Poster survey
c. Questionnaire
d. Interviewing


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11 Re: 1 Marks Questions on 15th December 2010, 8:20 pm

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Social science reach conclusion using
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a. Tertiary data
b. Biological data
c. Secondary data
d. Quantitative data



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Which of the following is not involved in the data preparation
Choose one answer.
a. Identification of the data structures
b. Coding of data
c. Grouping of data for preliminary research interpretation
d. Identification of investigators


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12 Re: 1 Marks Questions on 15th December 2010, 8:22 pm

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A research report requires clear _______.
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a. pictures
b. organization
c. writings
d. paragraphs




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In a research report, the audience should feel that there is __________.
Choose one answer.
a. A natural flow from one section to another
b. A coherence in paragraphs
c. Legal implication in the study
d. No question of indistinctiveness




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Research report is a means for _________.
Choose one answer.
a. Helping the mankind
b. Understanding Business Prospects
c. Communicating research experience to others
d. Learning new research studies




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The presentation should help the audience to avoid _______
Choose one answer.
a. Misinterpreting the results
b. Using the results for further study
c. Making the results available to everybody
d. Misunderstanding the researcher




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When the content refers both genders, ______ nouns and pronouns should not be used
Choose one answer.
a. specific
b. masculine
c. definite
d. qualitative




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Which of the following is not a function of research report?
Choose one answer.
a. It is a means for judging the quality of research project
b. It is a means for evaluating researcher's competency
c. It provides a systematic knowledge on problems and issues analyzed
d. It provides steps to undertake research




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Which of the followings should be used to communicate the content of the materials discussed
Choose one answer.
a. Underlined text
b. Headings and subheadings
c. Bold text
d. Marked text


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13 Re: 1 Marks Questions on 3rd December 2012, 1:32 pm

What is formulative research?
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a. The research which is undertaken for the sake of knowledge without any intention to apply it in practice
b. The research which is carried on to find solution to a real-life problem requiring an action or policy decision
c. The research which deals with the preliminary study of an unfamiliar problem about which the researcher has little or no knowledge
d. The research which is a fact-finding investigation with adequate interpretation
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14 Re: 1 Marks Questions on 3rd December 2012, 2:01 pm

i want the solution of smu mba 3rd sem questions.
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15 Re: 1 Marks Questions on 4th December 2012, 12:53 am

plz send me the solution of SMU Board Examination Questions :: MBA 3 Sem Board Examination Questions :: Research Methodology
1(one) mark questions.

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