PSYC 810 Quiz Intro Focusing Study

PSYC 810 Quiz: Introducing and Focusing the Study

Covers the Textbook material from Module 6: Week 6.

  1. How many subquestions do Creswell and Poth recommend?
  2. Frelin (2015) traced one teacher’s practices of negotiating relationships with students who have a history of school failure within a particular school program. Which of the following is the best audience to specify in the introduction?
  3. “Generate” is an encoding word for ethnography.
  4. The purpose statement includes the following components:
  5. Jaytee is conducting a case study of a new information system implementation in an organization. Of the following, which is the best focus for her subquestions?
  6. “Stories” is an encoding word for a narrative approach.
  7. A researcher may develop a research map in relationship to which element of a qualitative study’s introduction?
  8. Components of a central question include each of the following except:
  9. The central research question should be
  10. In discussing the current literature in the introduction to a study, which of the following is best to include?
  11. Reasons for conducting a qualitative study include which of the following?
  12. Jennifer is writing an introduction to her qualitative study about parents of children with rare diseases. Which of the following rationales might she add?
  13. “Propositions” is an encoding word for grounded theory.
  14. “Essence” is an encoding word for grounded theory.
  15. Which of the following components are most important in a qualitative introduction?
  16. Asmussen and Creswell (1995) conducted a case study to describe and interpret a campus response to a gun incident. Which of the following is the best subquestion?
  17. “Meaning” is an encoding word for phenomenology.
  18. The central question should
  19. “Bounded” is an encoding word for case study.
  20. A narrative hook comes at the end of a study’s introduction.
  21. According to Spradley (1979, 1980), which of the following is an example of a “grand tour” question?
  22. For an ethnographic study, the subquestions focus on detailed aspects of a culture-sharing group. The detailed aspects could include which of the following:
  23. Creswell and Poth suggests the following central question for Chan (2009):
  24. What are the conflicting stories of ethnic identity that Ai Mei experienced in her school, with her peers, and with her family? Which of the following is the best potential sub-questions related to this central question?
  25. What is missing from the following purpose statement? The study presented in this article is a qualitative case analysis that describes and interprets a campus response to a gun incident.
  26. A potential research question for Anderson and Spencer’s (2002) study is “What meaning do 41 men and 17 women with a diagnosis of AIDS ascribe to their illness?” Which of the following is encoding the approach?
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