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5 Written questions

4 Matching questions

  1. Sampling
  2. Introduction
  3. Underlying assumption to qualitative research
  4. Authority
  1. a a process of selecting subjects who are representative of the population being studied
  2. b a person with expertise and power who is able to influence opinion and behavior
  3. c the individual and their perception are inseparable
  4. d identifies the nature and scope of the problem being investigated and provides a case for the conduct of the study; includes literature review and framework

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. reduces, organizes, and gives meaning to the data
  2. abstract, introduction, methods, results, discussion, and references
  3. published within 5 years
  4. the abstract, theoretical basis for a study that enables the researcher to link the findings to nursing's body of knowledge
  5. consists 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 True/False questions

  1. Researcha scientific process that validates and refines existing knowledge and generates new knowledge that influences nursing practice


  2. Extraneous Variablesexist in all studies and can interfere with obtaining a clear understanding of the relationships among the study variables


  3. Measurementclear, concise summary of a study; includes the study purpose, design, setting, sample size, major results, and conclusions


  4. Unstructured Sources of KnowledgeTradition, Authority, Trial & Error, and Intuition


  5. Conceptual Frameworkabstract; logical structure of meaning; guides development of study tested in study; enables researcher to link series of concepts that are not necessarily related


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