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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Observation
  2. Setting
  3. Process of Qualitative Research
  4. Text
  5. Deductive Reasoning
  1. a the location in which a study is conducted
  2. b written descriptions of historical events, letters, and documents related to event
  3. c selection of subjects, sample size, researcher/participant relationships, data collection, and data management
  4. d moves from the general to the specific
  5. e fundamental method of gathering data for qualitative studies, especially ethnography studies

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. more specific
  2. provides a variable or conecpt with theoretical meaning
  3. holds many views in common with phenomenology, how a person defines reality and relates their beliefs to behavior, attempts to define symbolic meanings as the basis for belief and behavior, and considers social groups that share meanings and defines self
  4. of formation of groups, questions addressed, and general sense of conclusions reached by the group
  5. directs the questions asked, the observations and the interpretation of data

5 True/False questions

  1. Primary vs Secondary Sourcesgraphically shows the interrelationships of the concepts and relational statements


  2. Authorityconsists of an integrated set of defined concepts and relational statements that present a view of a phenomenon and can be used to describe, explain, predict, or control the phenomenon


  3. Controlthe essence of quantitative research; imposing of rules by the researcher to decrease the possibility of error, thereby increasing the probability that the study's findings are an accurate reflection of reality


  4. Directional/Non-directionalstates nature of interaction between 2 or more variables/ relationship exists but does not predict natrure of relationship


  5. Selection of Subjectsmore abstract concept


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