CJUS 601 Quiz 7

CJUS 601 Quiz 7 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. In his ethnography in Oakland, California, Victor Rios (2011) conducted
  2. The multiphase design involves
  3. The design where quantitative and qualitative methods are implemented at the same time is
  4. In what has been called the ‘paradigm wars’, social scientists intensely debated between the 1970s and 1990s over
  5. Combined mixed-methods projects in which quantitative surveying is interspersed with observational research or intensive interviews may also require the
  6. A common reason for mixing quantitative and qualitative methods in one research project is to
  7. When the qualitative method is implemented first and followed by the quantitative method, the design is
  8. One mark of a sophisticated researcher is the ability to
  9. For his research, Homeroom Security, Aaron Kupchik (2010) used the
  10. Lundahl, Nimer, and Parsons (2006) were interested in the
  11. Complex mixed-methods projects in which quantitative surveying is interspersed with observational research
  12. A quantitative method for identifying patterns in findings across multiple studies of the same research question is
  13. Creswell and Plano Clark (2011) suggest that the unique feature of a transformative design is
  14. This design uses the theoretical perspective with a social justice focus to improve the well-being of vulnerable populations.
  15. Name and describe 3 of the six mixed-method designs highlighted in Creswell and Plano Clark’s work.

Set 2

  1. The use of multiple methods to study one research question is:
  2. Maher and Hudson’s (2007) work that feature key themes emergent in findings from contemporary qualitative research on women’s involvement in the illicit drug economy is known as
  3. The standardized measure of association that indicates the difference between the mean of the experimental group and the mean of the control group on the dependent variable, adjusted for the average variability in the two groups is known as
  4. When seeking to explore new or poorly understood social settings, which research strategy is most appropriate?
  5. In this mixed method research design, the quantitative and qualitative methods are implemented at the same time and findings are integrated and interpreted together.
  6. Methodological purists believe that:
  7. The choice of a data collection method should be guided in large part by:
  8. In this mixed method research design, the quantitative method is implemented first followed by the qualitative method.
  9. Methodological pragmatists believe that:
  10. Which of the following is not one of the reasons for which true experimentation is sometimes difficult to implement and control?
  11. In this mixed method research design, the qualitative method is implemented first followed by the quantitative method.
  12. Mixed methods provides the research community with which of the following advantages?
  13. The quantitative method for identifying patterns in findings across multiple studies centered on the same research question is called:
  14. Research on official records can be strengthened by interviewing officials who create the records or by
  15. Name and describe 3 of the six mixed-method designs highlighted in Creswell and Plano Clark’s work.
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