RLGN 301 Quiz 1

RLGN 301 Quiz 1 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. True or False: Clarity of expression is expected in every research project
  2. To reach objective knowledge, you add which of the following to prior knowledge?
  3. ____________ is a basic understanding that undergirds one’s thinking on a given topic.
  4. True or False: Research is a quest for God’s truth.
  5. Categorizing things from small to large, from deep to shallow, from important to inconsequential—these are all examples of what?
  6. Which of the following is NOT a defining quality of the research mindset?
  7. True or False: The purpose of the research paper is to present my own personal ideas and experiences.
  8. Which of the following is not part of the research process?
  9. True or False: In a research paper, the conclusions should derive naturally from the evidence presented in the paper.
  10. _________ is the process of taking an alarm clock apart to discover what makes it tick.
  11. True or False: Good research seeks a precise answer to a specific question being asked.
  12. ________ is the process of putting the parts of three clocks together to make a functioning alarm piece.
  13. Delimitations refers to the process of ______________.
  14. Which of the following is not a necessary aspect of quality research?
  15. Which of the following is NOT a requirement for pursuing objectivity in research?
  16. In order to begin research, you need to determine ____________.
  17. True or False: Learning to research teaches you how to recognize a problem and how to go about solving it.
  18. A good research paper shows that its author has assimilated and synthesized material in order to ____________.
  19. Good research papers are NOT ___________.
  20. True or False: Research is simply the compilation of information.
  21. True or False. Textbooks, dictionaries, and encyclopedias can be helpful resources for narrowing your topic.
  22. Which of the following is not one of the important steps for choosing a research topic?
  23. __________ is defined as the process by which people discover and prove general propositions, starting from the particulars and moving to the generals.
  24. Which of the following is an example of a good presupposition for a scholarly research paper?
  25. Presuppositions are also called __________.

Set 2

  1. Choose the best word to fill the blank. “________can be defined as a method of study that, through careful investigation of all of the evidence bearing on a definable problem, arrives at a solution.”
  2. True or False: When writing a research paper, you should always assume that your professor is the expert on the topic so you will not be able to teach him/her anything.
  3. True or False: Research is simply the compilation of information.
  4. The following definition best fits which term: to break ideas and facts into small parts.
  5. True or False: Correct English, including spelling, grammar, syntax, and paragraph construction, are expected as part of every research project.
  6. True or False: Selecting a broad, large topic allows you to gather the most information for your paper.
  7. Which of the following is NOT an error commonly made during the research process?
  8. True or False: Good research allows us to omit valid opinions from our paper when we disagree with them.
  9. Which of the following is NOT a requirement for pursuing objectivity in research?
  10. True or False: Learning to research teaches you how to recognize a problem and how to go about solving it.
  11. A good research paper shows that its author has assimilated and synthesized material in order to ____________.
  12. Conducting honest research requires us to
  13. True or False: Clarity of expression is expected in every research project
  14. The academic research process requires which of the following.
  15. Which of the following is not part of the research process?
  16. ____________ is a basic understanding that undergirds one’s thinking on a given topic.
  17. True or False: While logical organization is valuable, it may not necessarily be required for a research paper.
  18. True or False: Good research seeks a precise answer to a specific question being asked.
  19. True or False: In the area of religious studies and theological education, presuppositions are usually strong and important to the discussion, making them easy for us to readily admit.
  20. Presuppositions are also called __________.
  21. Which of the following does NOT represent a question of feasibility for a research topic?
  22. _________ is the process of taking an alarm clock apart to discover what makes it tick.
  23. Which of the following is not a necessary aspect of quality research?
  24. True or False: In a research paper, the conclusions should derive naturally from the evidence presented in the paper.
  25. Delimitations refers to the process of ______________.
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