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SANTA FILOMENA NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

PERIODICAL TEST in PRACTICAL RESEARCH I

Directions: Read each item carefully and write the letter of the correct answer on your answer sheets. Write e if the choices are not given

1. This research design aims at developing a theory to increase your understanding of something in a psycho-social contex.
a. Grounded theory b. Phenomenology c. case study d. historical study e. ethnography
2. It is a type of qualitative design where study based on this research design is to describe a person, a thing, or
any creature on earth for the purpose of explaining the reasons behind its existence
a. Grounded theory b. Phenomenology c. case study d. historical study e. ethnography
3. This research design involves a study of a certain cultural group or organization in which you, the researcher
to obtain knowledge about the characteristics, organizational set up, and relationship of the group members
a. Grounded theory b. Phenomenology c. case study d. historical study e. ethnography
4. This research design tells you the right research method to determine the reasons for changes or permanence
of things in the physical world in a certain period
a. Grounded theory b. Phenomenology c. case study d. historical study e. ethnography
5. This qualitative research design makes you follow a research method that will let you understand the ways of
how people go through inevitable events in their lives.
a. Grounded theory b. Phenomenology c. case study d. historical study e. ethnography
6. Wanting to increase your understanding of the burial practices of the Mangyans, you choose the qualitative
research design is called
a. Historical b. ethnographical c. phenomenological d. grounded theory
7. Grounded theory involves a series of
a. Theories b. books c. designs d. instructions
8. A great degree of man’s emotionality surfaces in a research design called
a. Case study b. ethnography c. historical d. phenomenology
9. Determining what makes an individual distinct from other is the goal of
a. Case study b. ethnography c. historical d. phenomenology
10. No research design means no research
a. Motivation b. title c. direction d. data
11. This cliché-“when you are in Rome, do what the romans do”-is true for
a. Case study b. ethnography c. historical d. phenomenology
12. The who, what, why and how of your research study are determined by your research
a. Data b. title c. questions d. design
13. A researcher’s personal participation in people’s activities is necessary in
a. Case study b. ethnography c. historical d. phenomenology
14. The title of study” A five-year study of the impact of the k-12 curriculum on the Philippine employment
system” is an example of what type of research design
a. Case study b. ethnography c. historical d. phenomenology
15. What appropriate qualitative research design in the following sentence.” Have patience , time and interest In
listening to battered wives and raped victims”
a. Case study b. ethnography c. historical d. phenomenology
16. What appropriate qualitative research design to be used in this statements.”Spending half a year living with
the people in Ilocos Norte.”
a. Case study b. ethnography c. historical d. phenomenology
17. What appropriate qualitative research design by knowing the extent of filipinos’ penchant for white-collar
jobs during the Spanish era up to this period”
a. Case study b. ethnography c. historical d. phenomenology
18. Is a word which means a plan or something that is conceptualized by the mind. In research it serves as a
blueprint or a skeletal framework or your research study.
a. Research b. ethnography c. Design d. phenomenology
19. Is a word that refers to your method or process of selecting respondents or people to answer questions
a. Research b. ethnography c. Design d. sampling
20. It is the bigger group from where you choose the sample
a. Research b. Population c. Design d. sampling
21. It is the term used to mean the list of the members of such population from where you will get the sample
a. Sampling frame b. probability sampling c. non-probability sampling d. sampling errors
22. It is a sampling where all member involves in list in the sample frame representing a certain population.
a. Sampling frame b. probability sampling c. non-probability sampling d. sampling errors
23. This sampling disregards random selection of subjects. The subjects are choose based on their availability
a. Sampling frame b. probability sampling c. non-probability sampling d. sampling errors
24. This type of probability sampling use a pure-chance selection, where you assure every members the same
opportunity to be in the sample
a. Simple Random b. Systematic c. Stratified d. cluster
25. This is a probability sampling that makes you isolate a set of persons instead of individual members to serve
as sample members
a. Sampling frame b. probability sampling c. non-probability sampling d. sampling errors
26. This probability sampling is chosen in a way that such group is liable to subdivision during the data analysis
stage.
a. Sampling frame b. probability sampling c. non-probability sampling d. sampling errors
27. This probability sampling chance and system are the ones to determine who should compose the sample.
a. Sampling frame b. probability sampling c. non-probability sampling d. sampling errors
28. This type of non-probability sampling where the willingness of a person as your subject to interact with you
a. Purposive sampling b. quota c. snowball d. voluntary e. availability
29. This type of non-probability sampling when you know the type of characteristics of the population very well,
you tend to choose sample member possessing or indicating the characteristics of the target population.
a. Purposive sampling b. quota c. snowball d. voluntary e. availability
30. This type of non-probability sampling where you choose people whom you are sure could correspond to the
objectives of your study.
a. Sampling frame b. probability sampling c. non-probability sampling d. sampling errors
31. The subjects of the non-probability sampling expect to participate in the sample selection are the ones
volunteering to constitute the sample
a. Sampling frame b. probability sampling c. non-probability sampling d. sampling errors
32. It is a technique of gathering data whereby you personally watch, interact or communicate
a. Observation b. participant observation c. structure observation d. direct observation
33. This observation method makes you see or listen to everything that happens in the area of observation
a. Observation b. participant observation c. structure observation d. direct observation
34. This type of observation completely detaches you from the target of your observation. You just watch and
listen to them
a. Observation b. participant observation c. structure observation d. direct observation
35. This type of observation, the observer is who is the researcher, takes part in the activities of the individual or
group being observed.
a. Observation b. participant observation c. structure observation d. direct observation
36. This method is called behavior archaeology, where researcher observes traces of past events, to get
information
a. Indirect observation b. direct observation c. observation d. none of the above
37. A method of indirect observation where you observe to evaluate the way people deal with one another.
a. Continous Monitoring b. spot Sampling c. experience sampling d. none of the above
38. Is a data gathering technique that makes you verbally ask the subjects or respondents question
a. Interview b. structure interview c. unstructured interview d. semi-structured
39. This is an interview that requires the use of an interview scheduleor a list of questions answerable with one and only
item
a. Interview b. structure interview c. unstructured interview d. semi-structured
40. In this type of interview, the respondents answer the questions based on what they personally think and feel about it.
a. Interview b. structure interview c. unstructured interview d. semi-structured
41. It is a combination of structured and unstructured interview,
a. Interview b. structure interview c. unstructured interview d. semi-structured
42. It is an approach of interview where you will conduct one respondent to be interviewed
a. Individual b. mediated c. group d. none of the above
43. This interview approach takes place through electronic communications devices
a. Individual b. mediated c. group d. none of the above
44. In this interview approach, you ask the the questions not to one person, but to a group of people at the same
time
a. Individual b. mediated c. group d. none of the above
45. “ One study by Manalo(2015)… reveals” is an example of what styles of citation
a. Intergral b. Non-integral c. integral citation d. none of the above
46. This patterns of citations is a shortened version of the original text that is expressed in your own language
a. Summary b. Paraphrase c. Short direct Quotation d. Long direct quotations
47. When you cite short direct quotations, it must be not exceeding
a. 35 words b. 40 words c. 100 words d. none of the above
48. APA means?
a. Advent Practical Associate b. Across Psychological Acronym c. American Psychological Association
49. MLA means?
a. Modern Language Association b. Modern Love Association c. Modern Linguistic Association
50. Is an act of quoting or copying the exact words of the writer and passing the quoted words off as your own
words
a. Plagiarism b. citations c. APA d. none of the above
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