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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Interpretation
  2. Hypothesis
  3. Data Analysis
  4. Problem
  5. Discussion
  1. a formal statement of the relationships among/between the variables in the study
  2. b researcher places the findings in a larger context and may link different themes or factors in the findings to each other
  3. c an area of concern where there is a gap in knowledge
  4. d reduces, organizes, and gives meaning to the data
  5. e ties together the other sections of the research report and gives them meaning; includes major findings, limitations of the study, conclusions drawn from the findings, implications of the findings for nursing, and recommendations for further research

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. directional/non-directional, simple/complex, and null/research
  2. examines events of the past, searches for generalities and explanations, and nothing is new
  3. moves from the general to the specific
  4. abstract, relates concepts one to another, describe, explain, predict, & control, scope (size), and elements
  5. a systemic, subjective approach used to describe life experiences and give them meaning; useful in understanding abstract human experiences (pain, powerlessness and vulnerability); focuses on understanding the whole therefore "holistic" nursing

5 True/False questions

  1. Controlmore abstract concept

          

  2. Methodsvariables, sampling, and settings

          

  3. Processmore specific

          

  4. 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

          

  5. Data Managementreports of research and includes published studies and unpublished studies