(solution) 1. Which of the following statements is considered a

(solution) 1. Which of the following statements is considered a

1. Which of the following statements is considered a distinguishing characteristic of a research question? (Points : 1)

It is formed after consulting research by experts.

It has an obvious yes or no? answer.

It includes large generalizations on the topic.

It features strongly emotional language.

Question 2.

2. Rogerian Argument is arranged in the following order: (Points : 1)

Introduction, Argument, Rebuttal, Counterargument, Conclusion

Introduction & Thesis Statement, Position & Evidence, Opposing Viewpoint, Rebuttal, Conclusion

Thesis Statement, Topic Sentences, Conclusion

Introduction & Thesis Statement, Opposing Viewpoint, Position & Evidence, Common Ground, Solution & Conclusion

Question 3.

3. We can expect that the work of research will NOT provide us with which of the following? (Points : 1)

alternative perspectives

new variables to consider

clear and definitive solutions

tacit values

Question 4.

4. Which of the following considerations is NOT an important question to ask when choosing a database? (Points : 1)

Does the database provide full-text or abstracts?

Are the articles in the database difficult to understand?

Does the database offer electronic delivery?

How current are the publications?

Question 5.

5. Researchers are LEAST likely to want to know which of the following from their sources? (Points : 1)

how other researchers have framed their questions

what existent data proved useful

popular opinions on their topic

false starts other researchers have taken

Question 6.

6. Peer review is NOT able to provide us with which of the following? (Points : 1)

careful interpretations

conclusive evidence

alternative perspectives

reasonable accuracy

Question 7.

7. Which of the following is NOT a reason to use subject-specific databases? (Points : 1)

They offer a good place to start research.

They represent the full range of a particular field.

You do not find what you need in a general database.

Too many topics are covered in a general database.

Question 8.

8. The use of precise synonyms is MOST helpful for which of the following reasons? (Points : 1)

It helps find sources that more directly address the topic question.

It uses everyday language.

It teaches the researcher new vocabulary terms.

It helps researchers get hundreds or thousands of exact results.

Question 9.

9. Scholarly work guarantees all of the following characteristics, EXCEPT: (Points : 1)

credible arguments

accurate information not subject to debate

criticism of other researchers? work

important methods used to interpret evidence

Question 10.

10. Which ONE of the following research purposes offers the best contribution to the field? (Points : 1)

to avoid conflict

to summarize the achievements of others

to complicate the issues

to offer something new and interesting

Question 11.

11. Failure to correctly identify the difference between scholarly and popular sources can lead to all of the following consequences EXCEPT: (Points : 1)

It can show that your research is well rounded.

It can undermine your own argument and render it less persuasive.

It can challenge your credibility as a trustworthy researcher.

It can cause you to misuse sources.

Question 12.

12. Which of the following BEST describes the use of subjectivity and opinions in a research project? (Points : 1)

Emotions are irrelevant to research and must be eliminated.

Opinions should be used to beliefs upon the audience.

Emotions and subjectivity do not influence logic.

Opinions should be questioned and perhaps changed during research.

Question 13.

13. Google searches never result in appropriate results for a research-based paper. (Points : 1)

True

False

Question 14.

14. In order to develop knowledge of a subject, which of the following is NOT considered essential? (Points : 1)

Inquisitiveness

expertise

persistence

research skills

Question 15.

15. Which of the following does NOT describe the credibility of scholarly sources? (Points : 1)

the reasonableness of the researcher?s argument

proof of credentialed and professional writing

financial backing from a large corporation

an indication of evidence and engagement with other researchers

Question 16.

16. Which of the following is UNLIKELY to help the reader find BASIC information on a topic? (Points : 1)

consulting encyclopedias

referring to subject guides

reading dictionaries

searching academic databases

Question 17.

17. Choose the best thesis statement. (Points : 1)

People should always keep their dogs restrained because it is the law.

Although dogs require exercise for optimal health, owners should always keep their dogs restrained to protect the animal from accidental injury and the public from attack.

Dogs are animals and not fashion accessories so they should be allowed to run free.

Question 18.

18. Classic argument is based upon ancient Greek rhetoric and argument. (Points : 1)

True

False

Question 19.

19. Which of the following is the BEST definition of small-scale research project? (Points : 1)

an insightful explanation of the current knowledge on a topic

a summary that does not contribute to the larger discussion

a project that tries to answer complex research questions

an expression of one?s personal beliefs on a subject

Question 20.

20. Researchers can BEST develop and refine their research question in which ONE of the following ways? (Points : 1)

Keep the original wording the same.

Use the successful search terms in gathered sources to rewrite the question.

Make the research question as detailed as possible, including all possibilities.

Rewrite the research question to cover a larger issue.

1. Which of the following statements is considered a distinguishing characteristic of a research question? (Points : 1) It is formed after consulting research by experts. It has an obvious yes or no? answer. It includes large generalizations on the topic. It features strongly emotional language.
Question 2.
2. Rogerian Argument is arranged in the following order: (Points : 1) Introduction, Argument, Rebuttal, Counterargument, Conclusion Introduction & Thesis Statement, Position & Evidence, Opposing Viewpoint, Rebuttal, Conclusion Thesis Statement, Topic Sentences, Conclusion Introduction & Thesis Statement, Opposing Viewpoint, Position & Evidence, Common Ground, Solution & Conclusion Question 3.
3. We can expect that the work of research will NOT provide us with which of the following? (Points
: 1) alternative perspectives new variables to consider clear and definitive solutions tacit values Question 4.
4. Which of the following considerations is NOT an important question to ask when choosing a database? (Points : 1) Does the database provide full­text or abstracts? Are the articles in the database difficult to understand? Does the database offer electronic delivery? How current are the publications? Question 5.
5. Researchers are LEAST likely to want to know which of the following from their sources? (Points : 1) how other researchers have framed their questions what existent data proved useful popular opinions on their topic false starts other researchers have taken
Question 6.
6. Peer review is NOT able to provide us with which of the following? (Points : 1) careful interpretations conclusive evidence alternative perspectives reasonable accuracy
Question 7.
7. Which of the following is NOT a reason to use subject­specific databases? (Points : 1) They offer a good place to start research. They represent the full range of a particular field. You do not find what you need in a general database. Too many topics are covered in a general database.
Question 8.
8. The use of precise synonyms is MOST helpful for which of the following reasons? (Points : 1) It helps find sources that more directly address the topic question. It uses everyday language. It teaches the researcher new vocabulary terms. It helps researchers get hundreds or thousands of exact results.
Question 9.
9. Scholarly work guarantees all of the following characteristics, EXCEPT: (Points : 1) credible arguments accurate information not subject to debate criticism of other researchers? work important methods used to interpret evidence
Question 10.
10. Which ONE of the following research purposes offers the best contribution to the field? (Points : 1) to avoid conflict to summarize the achievements of others to complicate the issues to offer something new and interesting
Question 11.
11. Failure to correctly identify the difference between scholarly and popular sources can lead to all of the following consequences EXCEPT: (Points : 1) It can show that your research is well rounded. It can undermine your own argument and render it less persuasive. It can challenge your credibility as a trustworthy researcher. It can cause you to misuse sources.
Question 12.
12. Which of the following BEST describes the use of subjectivity and opinions in a research project? (Points : 1) Emotions are irrelevant to research and must be eliminated. Opinions should be used to beliefs upon the audience. Emotions and subjectivity do not influence logic. Opinions should be questioned and perhaps changed during research.
Question 13.
13. Google searches never result in appropriate results for a research­based paper. (Points : 1) True False
Question 14. 14. In order to develop knowledge of a subject, which of the following is NOT considered essential? (Points : 1) Inquisitiveness expertise persistence research skills Question 15.
15. Which of the following does NOT describe the credibility of scholarly sources? (Points : 1) the reasonableness of the researcher?s argument proof of credentialed and professional writing financial backing from a large corporation an indication of evidence and engagement with other researchers Question 16.
16. Which of the following is UNLIKELY to help the reader find BASIC information on a topic? (Points : 1) consulting encyclopedias referring to subject guides reading dictionaries searching academic databases Question 17.
17. Choose the best thesis statement. (Points : 1) People should always keep their dogs restrained because it is the law. Although dogs require exercise for optimal health, owners should always keep their dogs restrained to protect the animal from accidental injury and the public from attack. Dogs are animals and not fashion accessories so they should be allowed to run free. Question 18.
18. Classic argument is based upon ancient Greek rhetoric and argument. (Points : 1) True False
Question 19.
19. Which of the following is the BEST definition of small­scale research project? (Points : 1) an insightful explanation of the current knowledge on a topic a summary that does not contribute to the larger discussion a project that tries to answer complex research questions an expression of one?s personal beliefs on a subject
Question 20.
20. Researchers can BEST develop and refine their research question in which ONE of the following ways? (Points : 1) Keep the original wording the same. Use the successful search terms in gathered sources to rewrite the question. Make the research question as detailed as possible, including all possibilities. Rewrite the research question to cover a larger issue.