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Research Aptitude Practice Set Part 17

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  2. 161. the depth of the any research is judged by a. title of the research b. objectives of the research c. total expenditure of the research d. duration of the research


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  4. 162 which of the following statements is true about the theory a. it explain phenomenon in simple manner b. it explain the how and why questions c. it can be well developed explanatory system d. all of the above


  5. 163. which of the following is a function of the theory a. summarizing the current knowledge b. making predictions c. explaining phenomena d. all of the above


  6. 164. the feasibility of research study generally depends on a. cost factor b. time required to conduct research c.skills set of the researcher d. all of the above


  7. 165. an empiricist believes that a. natural science methods should not be applied to social sciences research b. social science method cannot be applied in natural sciences c. knowledge is acquired through sensory perceptions d. none of the above


  8. 166. the experimental study is based on a. law of single variable b. manipulation. c. both a and b d. none of the above


  9. 167.what is the position held by a positivist as far as acquiring knowledge is concerned a. a general positive attitude towards research b. scientific research should be based on value free empirical observations c. exact knowledge can be acquired from the society d. none of the above


  10. 168. the approach which is based on tyhe assumptions the social phenomena can be explained by observing cause and effect is a. positivism b. interpretivism c. qualitative d. none of the above