Sociology Exam 2

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  • 1. 
    Five Basic Stages of Scientific Investigation (chose one of the following that best fits the description. 1.      1. Statement of Purpose and Selection of Important Problem to Study 2.      2. Formulation of Hypothesis and Description of Study Design 3.      3. Selection of Method for Data Collection 4.      4. Collection and Analysis of Data      5. Drawing and Reporting ConclusionsInvolves putting problem into researchable form

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    Five Basic Stages of Scientific Investigation (chose one of the following that best fits the description. 1.      1. Statement of Purpose and Selection of Important Problem to Study 2.      2. Formulation of Hypothesis and Description of Study Design 3.      3. Selection of Method for Data Collection 4.      4. Collection and Analysis of Data      5. Drawing and Reporting Conclusions Involves manipulation of a number of scientific elements

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    Five Basic Stages of Scientific Investigation (chose one of the following that best fits the description. 1.      1. Statement of Purpose and Selection of Important Problem to Study 2.      2. Formulation of Hypothesis and Description of Study Design 3.      3. Selection of Method for Data Collection 4.      4. Collection and Analysis of Data       5. Drawing and Reporting ConclusionsSeeks to add to the existing store of knowledge

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    Five Basic Stages of Scientific Investigation (chose one of the following that best fits the description. 1.      1. Statement of Purpose and Selection of Important Problem to Study 2.      2. Formulation of Hypothesis and Description of Study Design 3.      3. Selection of Method for Data Collection 4.      4. Collection and Analysis of Data       5. Drawing and Reporting ConclusionsSeeks to challenge existing store of knowledge

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    Five Basic Stages of Scientific Investigation (chose one of the following that best fits the description. 1.      1. Statement of Purpose and Selection of Important Problem to Study 2.      2. Formulation of Hypothesis and Description of Study Design 3.      3. Selection of Method for Data Collection 4.      4. Collection and Analysis of Data       5. Drawing and Reporting ConclusionsSeeks to modify existing store of knowledge

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    Five Basic Stages of Scientific Investigation (chose one of the following that best fits the description. 1.      1. Statement of Purpose and Selection of Important Problem to Study 2.      2. Formulation of Hypothesis and Description of Study Design 3.      3. Selection of Method for Data Collection 4.      4. Collection and Analysis of Data       5. Drawing and Reporting ConclusionsCollecting New Data

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    Five Basic Stages of Scientific Investigation (chose one of the following that best fits the description. 1.      1. Statement of Purpose and Selection of Important Problem to Study 2.      2. Formulation of Hypothesis and Description of Study Design 3.      3. Selection of Method for Data Collection 4.      4. Collection and Analysis of Data       5. Drawing and Reporting ConclusionsExisting sources of data

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    Five Basic Stages of Scientific Investigation (chose one of the following that best fits the description. 1.      1. Statement of Purpose and Selection of Important Problem to Study 2.      2. Formulation of Hypothesis and Description of Study Design 3.      3. Selection of Method for Data Collection 4.      4. Collection and Analysis of Data       5. Drawing and Reporting ConclusionsMaking sense of the data

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    Five Basic Stages of Scientific Investigation (chose one of the following that best fits the description. 1.      1. Statement of Purpose and Selection of Important Problem to Study 2.      2. Formulation of Hypothesis and Description of Study Design 3.      3. Selection of Method for Data Collection 4.      4. Collection and Analysis of Data       5. Drawing and Reporting ConclusionsReporting honestly and responsibly whether hypothesis is confirmed or refuted

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    Three Main Methods for Conducting Scientific Inquiry (Chose the correct method) 1.      1. Survey Method         2. Case Study Method         3. Experimental Method      Appropriate when research objective is to study large numbers

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    Three Main Methods for Conducting Scientific Inquiry (Chose the correct method) 1.      1. Survey Method          2. Case Study Method          3. Experimental Method      Over simplification of complex concepts through standardization

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    Three Main Methods for Conducting Scientific Inquiry (Chose the correct method) 1.      1. Survey Method          2. Case Study Method          3. Experimental Method Reliance on self reports of behavior, attitudes, etc

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    Three Main Methods for Conducting Scientific Inquiry (Chose the correct method) 1.      1. Survey Method          2. Case Study Method          3. Experimental MethodEasy to quantify data

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    Three Main Methods for Conducting Scientific Inquiry (Chose the correct method) 1.      1. Survey Method          2. Case Study Method          3. Experimental MethodEasy to replicate

  • 15. 
    Three Main Methods for Conducting Scientific Inquiry (Chose the correct method) 1.      1. Survey Method          2. Case Study Method         3. Experimental MethodCan be done relatively quickly

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    Three Main Methods for Conducting Scientific Inquiry (Chose the correct method) 1.      1. Survey Method          2. Case Study Method          3. Experimental MethodRelatively inexpensive

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    Three Main Methods for Conducting Scientific Inquiry (Chose the correct method) 1.      1. Survey Method          2. Case Study Method          3. Experimental MethodCan be used to Study Large Numbers     

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    Three Main Methods for Conducting Scientific Inquiry (Chose the correct method) 1.      1. Survey Method          2. Case Study Method          3. Experimental Method      Researcher’s prescience may contaminate data

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    Three Main Methods for Conducting Scientific Inquiry (Chose the correct method) 1.      1. Survey Method          2. Case Study Method          3. Experimental Method      Pose basis for generalization

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    Three Main Methods for Conducting Scientific Inquiry (Chose the correct method) 1.      1. Survey Method          2. Case Study Method          3. Experimental Method      Reliance on small non-representative sample

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    Three Main Methods for Conducting Scientific Inquiry (Chose the correct method) 1.      1. Survey Method          2. Case Study Method          3. Experimental Method      Reliance on researcher’s in sight, judgment, decisions

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    Three Main Methods for Conducting Scientific Inquiry (Chose the correct method) 1.      1. Survey Method          2. Case Study Method          3. Experimental Method      Don’t have to depend on self reports of behavior

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    Three Main Methods for Conducting Scientific Inquiry (Chose the correct method) 1.      1. Survey Method          2. Case Study Method          3. Experimental Method      Often yields important, unexpected results

  • 24. 
    Three Main Methods for Conducting Scientific Inquiry (Chose the correct method) 1.      1. Survey Method          2. Case Study Method          3. Experimental MethodStudy gives the researcher, flexibility, creativity

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    Three Main Methods for Conducting Scientific Inquiry (Chose the correct method) 1.      1. Survey Method          2. Case Study Method          3. Experimental Method      Can conduct thorough, in-depth study

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    Three Main Methods for Conducting Scientific Inquiry (Chose the correct method) 1.      1. Survey Method          2. Case Study Method          3. Experimental Method       Researcher must make important decisions that will affect the studies outcome

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    Three Main Methods for Conducting Scientific Inquiry (Chose the correct method) 1.      1. Survey Method          2. Case Study Method          3. Experimental Method      Appropriate when research objective is to observe behavior first hand

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    Three Main Methods for Conducting Scientific Inquiry (Chose the correct method) 1.      1. Survey Method          2. Case Study Method          3. Experimental Method      Difficult to replicate

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    Three Main Methods for Conducting Scientific Inquiry (Chose the correct method) 1.      1. Survey Method          2. Case Study Method          3. Experimental Method      Appropriate when research interest is in a small number of variables which can be controlled and manipulated

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    Three Main Methods for Conducting Scientific Inquiry (Chose the correct method) 1.      1. Survey Method          2. Case Study Method          3. Experimental Method      Can control/manipulate variables and observe the results

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    Three Main Methods for Conducting Scientific Inquiry (Chose the correct method) 1.      1. Survey Method          2. Case Study Method          3. Experimental Method      Easy to replicate

  • 32. 
    Three Main Methods for Conducting Scientific Inquiry (Chose the correct method) 1.      1. Survey Method          2. Case Study Method          3. Experimental Method       Limited in application

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    Three Main Methods for Conducting Scientific Inquiry (Chose the correct method) 1.      1. Survey Method          2. Case Study Method          3. Experimental Method      Difficulty in accounting for and controlling all relevant variables

  • 34. 
    Three Main Methods for Conducting Scientific Inquiry (Chose the correct method) 1.      1. Survey Method          2. Case Study Method          3. Experimental Method      Ethical issues

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