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Q: What are the 2 types of research objectives?

A: Q: Give 3 Characteristics of a Workable Hypothesis.


1. General Objectives A:
2. Research Objectives 1. It should be conceptually clear
2. It should be specific
Q: Refers to the moral principles and actions guiding and
3. It should be testable
shaping research from its inception to completion.
4. It should be related to available techniques
A: Research Ethics 5. It should be related to a body of theory or some
theoretical orientation
Q: Why is there no causal relationship between diseases
and bad odors? Q: Define hypothesis.
A:
A: Because bad odor does not have a direct relationship with  A tentative assumption
diseases. The occurrence of diseases does not rely on the  It must be capable of being tested
occurrence of bad odor. Both variables do not rely on one  It guides the researcher by delimiting the area of
another. research
 It needs to be precise, specific, and conceptually clear
Q: How are descriptive and explanatory research
connected?
Q: What are the types of sources?
A: Explanatory research expands descriptive research. A: Primary and Secondary Sources

Q: Distinguish research design and research method. Q: What type of source is corpus juris secundum?
A: It is a secondary source.
A: Research design helps to reduce ambiguity on the evidence
gathered, while Research method provides for the techniques Q: In primary sources, which takes the highest importance?
on how to analyze and collect data. A: The Constitution

Q: Primary court cases can be sourced from what


Q: Sources of hypothesis decisions?
A: Decisions from Philippine Reports.
A:
1. Hunch/Intuition Q: It is an evaluative report of information found in the
2. Findings of Others literatures related to your study.
3. A theory or body of theory. A: Review of Related Literature.
4. General Social Culture
5. Analogy Q: Decisions of NLRC are what kinds of source?
6. Personal Experiences A: They are Primary Sources.

Q: Differentiate Micro-legal and Macro-legal Questions.

A: Q: What citation term will you use to refer to an immediately


a) Micro-legal Questions are those that analyze a specific legal preceding citation with the same author?
problem, such as a specific provision of a statute or code, or a A: Id.
specific case or line of cases.
Q: Give at least 3 Statutory Law Research Techniques.
b) Macro-legal Questions are those concerned with general A: (1) Living Law Approach, (2) Topic Method, (3) Fact
concepts, problems, and principles of law. Word Method, (4) Dictionary Method, (5) Popular Name
Method
Q: What is a problem statement?
Q: Provide 2 books on legal citation.
A: A problem statement is usually composed of one or two A: (1) Bluebook, (2) Manual of Legal Citation
sentences that explain the problem which your paper/research
will address. Q: TRUE or FALSE. Researchers must note that cases
retrieved have to be updated and evaluated, and make sure
Q: What is S.M.A.R.T. in relation to Objectives? the cases are still good law.
A: A: TRUE
S-pecific
M-easureable Q: 3 Steps in Statutory Research
A-chievable A:
R-ealistic STEP 1- LOCATE ALL STATUTES THAT MAY APPLY
T-ime constrained STEP 2- LOOK FOR ELEMENTS OF THE STATUTE
STEP 3- APPLY ELEMENTS TO THE FACTS OF THE
LEGAL PROBLEM