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Unformatted text preview: RESEARCH DESIGN: Qualitative, Quantitative, and Mixed Methods Approaches (3rd ed.) End-of-Chapter Checklist Chapter One: The Selection of a Research Design Check to see whether you have mastered this chapters content by reflecting on the following questions. You should be able to answer each based on the material presented in the chapter. If you are unsure about any item, refer back to the relevant pages listed from the text. 1. How do you define the three types of research designs? (See pages 34) 2. What three components do you consider to determine a research design? (See page 5) 3. What are the major differences among the four worldviews presented? (See pages 511) 4. What strategies of inquiry are available to researchers? (See pages 1115) 5. How do research methods differ among the three designs? (See pages 1516) 6. How do you distinguish the three types of designs for research? (See pages 1618) 7. How do you choose a design to use? (See pages 1819) RESEARCH DESIGN: Qualitative, Quantitative, and Mixed Methods Approaches (3rd ed.) End-of-Chapter Checklist Chapter Two: Review of the Literature Check to see whether you have mastered this chapters content by reflecting on the following questions. You should be able to answer each based on the material presented in the chapter. If you are unsure about any item, refer back to the relevant pages listed from the text. 1. How do you assess whether a topic is researchable? (See pages 2325) 2. How do researchers use literature? (See pages 2529) 3. What are the steps in conducting a literature review? (See pages 2930) 4. What computerized databases are available for reviewing the literature? (See pages 30 32) 5. What priority should you use for the types of literature to review? (See pages 3233) 6. How do you design a literature map? (See pages 3336) 7. How do you write a good abstract of a research study? (See pages 3638) 8. What are the important elements of a style manual to use? (See pages 3839) 9. What types of terms should be defined in a proposal? (See pages 3943) 10. What is a model for writing a literature review? (See pages 4345) RESEARCH DESIGN: Qualitative, Quantitative, and Mixed Methods Approaches (3rd ed.) End-of-Chapter Checklist Chapter Three: The Use of Theory Check to see whether you have mastered this chapters content by reflecting on the following questions. You should be able to answer each based on the material presented in the chapter. If you are unsure about any item, refer back to the relevant pages listed from the text. 1. What are the types of variables used in quantitative studies? (See pages 4951) 2. How do you define a quantitative theory? (See pages 5152) 3. What are the forms of a quantitative theory? (See pages 5355) 4. How do you write a theoretical perspective into a quantitative study? (See pages 5561) 5.5....
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