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TARLAC SCHOOL OF ARTS AND TRADE, INC.

TSAT BLDG., COR. PANGANIBAN ST. & F. TANEDO ST., SAN NICOLAS, TARLAC CITY 3rd Quarter Exam
SCHOOL YEAR: 2019-2020 Practical Research 1

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Instruction: Read the following questions and choose the letter of the most appropriate answer.

_____ 1. Which of the following is an example of a quantitative data?


A. Person’s age
B. Person’s culture
C. Person’s experience
D. Person’s view on a specific problem
_____ 2. Qualitative research is SUBJECTIVE
A. True
B. False
C. Depends on the topic
_____ 3. Reports in a quantitative research uses statistical analysis which means the basic element of it is _________.
A. Ideas
B. Words
C. Numbers
D. Statements
_____ 4. Which of the following is true about a quantitative research?
A. Reports statistical analysis, where basic element is numbers
B. Reports are individual interpretation, where basic element is numbers
C. Reports statistical analysis, where basic elements are words and ideas of respondents
D. Reports are narrative rich, individual interpretation, where basic element is word or ideas
_____ 5. Which of the following characterize research as OBJECTIVE?
A. Researcher’s own investigation
B. The hypothesis guides the investigation process.
C. Based on observations and experimentation of theories.
D. All findings are logically based on empirical data (unbiased and logical)
_____ 6. Which of the following characterize research as SYSTEMATIC or METHODOLOGICAL?
A. Researcher’s own investigation
B. Follows orderly and sequential procedures
C. Based on observations and experimentation of theories.
D. All findings are logically based on empirical data (unbiased and logical)
_____ 7. Which of the following best describe QUALITATIVE Research?
A. Approach is unbiased.
B. Providing a major role for the literature
C. Stating the research questions in a broad way
D. Writing the research report using standard, fixed structure.
_____ 8. Which of the following best describe QUANTITATIVE Research?
A. Collecting data based on words
B. Small number of representative samples
C. Writing the report using flexible structure

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D. Developing a detailed understanding of a central phenomenon
_____ 9. A step in the research process where locating, selecting, summarizing resources are done
A. Collecting Data
B. Specifying Purpose
C. Reviewing Literature
D. Identifying a Problem
_____ 10. A step in the research process where samples are selected, and information is gathered
A. Collecting Data
B. Specifying Purpose
C. Reviewing Literature
D. Identifying a Problem
_____ 11. Deductive Reasoning is applied in:
A. Action research
B. Applied research
C. Qualitative research
D. Quantitative research
_____ 12. Which of the following is a qualitative research design where lived experiences of individuals are examined in their
"life-world"?
A. Ethology
B. Ethnography
C. Phenomenology
D. Grounded theory
_____ 13. Qualitative research design involves
A. Cohort design
B. Emergent design
C. Correlative design
D. Experimental design
_____ 14. Which of the following is a characteristic of qualitative research?
A. Inductive process
B. Deductive process
C. Fixed research design
D. Control over the context
_____ 15. Phenomenological study involves all the following features, EXCEPT
A. Analysis
B. Bracketing
C. Description
D. Manipulation
_____ 16. Which of the following qualitative methods focuses on description and interpretation of cultural behavior?
A. Ethnography
B. Phenomenology
C. Grounded theory
D. Symbolic interactionism
_____ 17. The research design in which the area inquiry is the manner by which people make sense of social interactions:
A. Ethnography
B. Phenomenology
C. Grounded theory
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D. Symbolic interactionism
_____ 18. Which research method is a bottom-up approach to research?
A. Inductive method
B. Deductive method
C. Exploratory method
D. Explanatory method
_____ 19. Which of the following is considered a type of narrative research?
A. Life stories
B. Observer stories
C. Researcher accounts
D. Participant observations
_____ 20. How do phenomenological researchers attempt to understand the universal nature of an experience?
A. By carrying out statistical analysis of the numerical data gathered in the research
B. By reviewing the data gathered through a quick survey handed out to the research subjects
C. By immersing themselves into the real world in order to experience the phenomenon for themselves
D. By carrying out interviews and examining the views of people who have experienced the phenomenon
_____ 21. The term used to describe suspending preconceptions and learned feelings about a phenomenon is called:
A. Bracketing
B. Ethnography
C. Axial coding
D. Design flexibility
_____ 22. A researcher studies how students who flunk out of high school experienced high school. She found that it was
common for such students to report that they felt like they had little control of their destiny. Her report that this lack
of control was an invariant part of the students’ experiences suggests that lack of control is _______ of the
“flunking out” experience.
A. An essence
B. A narrative
C. A grounded theory
D. A probabilistic cause
_____ 23. What qualitative research design focuses on the study of human consciousness and individuals’ experience of some
phenomenon?
A. Ethnography
B. Phenomenology
C. Grounded theory
D. Case study research
_____ 24. Which major characteristic of qualitative research refers to studying real world situations as they unfold naturally?
A. Holistic account
B. Naturalistic setting
C. Participant meaning
D. Inductive data analysis

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_____ 25. What type of qualitative research describes the culture of a group of people?
A. Case study
B. Ethnography
C. Phenomenology
D. Grounded theory
_____ 26. The difference between ethnographic research and other types of qualitative research is that ethnographers
specifically use the concept of “culture” to help understand the results.
A. True
B. False
_____ 27. The emic perspective refers to an external, social scientific view of reality.
A. True
B. False
_____ 28. What term refers to the insider's perspective?
A. Holism
B. Ethnocentrism
C. Etic perspective
D. Emic perspective
_____ 29. When a researcher identifies so completely with the group being studied that he or she can no longer remain
objective you have what is called _________.
A. Regression
B. Going native
C. Culture shock
D. Cultural relativism
_____ 30. You want to study a Native Filipino group in Mexico, Pampanga for a six month period to learn all you can about
them so you can write a book about that particular tribe. You want the book to be accurate and authentic as well as
informative and inspiring. What type of research will you likely be conducting when you get to that place?
A. Ethnography
B. Phenomenology
C. Grounded theory
D. Collective case study
_____ 31. Which of the following phrases best describes "ethnocentrism"?
A. An external, social scientific view of reality
B. The study of the cultural past of a group of people
C. Special words or terms used by the people in a group
D. Judging people from a different culture according to the standards of your own culture
_____ 32. In which qualitative research approach is the primary goal to gain access to individuals’ inner worlds of
experience?
A. Case study
B. Ethnography
C. Phenomenology
D. Grounded theory
_____ 33. It is the system of shared beliefs, values (pattern of), practices, language, norms, rituals, and material things that
group members use to understand their world.
A. Norms
B. Beliefs
C. Culture
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D. Tradition
_____ 34. A select informant/assistant with extensive or specialized knowledge of his/her own culture.
A. Subjects
B. Participants
C. Gatekeepers
D. Respondents
_____ 35. What type of case study is used to help refine a given theory?
A. Intrinsic
B. Collective
C. Descriptive
D. Explanatory
_____ 36. What type of qualitative research design is focused on the experiences of individuals that are expressed in lived and
told stories?
A. Narrative
B. Case study
C. Ethnography
D. Phenomenology
_____ 37. Observation and participation in everyday activities in study informants’ natural settings.
A. Cultural themes
B. Purposive sampling
C. Realist ethnography
D. Participant-observation
_____ 38. Data is analyzed and interpreted from a cultural perspective
A. Cultural themes
B. Purposive sampling
C. Realist ethnography
D. Participant-observation
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