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Unformatted text preview: UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS UNIVERSITEITSEKSAMENS UNISASS‘ ufsautha'fna H (459225} October/November 2010 RESEARCH IN SOCIAL SCIENCES (RESEARCH IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES 201) Duration 2 Hours 60 Marks EXAMINERS FIRST PROF GH VAN RENSBURG DR AH ALPASLAN PROF D GELDERBLOM MR DJ WIGSTON DR R VAN EEDEN PROF GM DU PLOOY SECOND PROF P KRUGER This examination paper conSists of 19 pages plus instructions for the completion of a mark- reading sheet This examination paper remains the property of the University of South Africa and may not be removed from the examination room. Please complete the attendance register on the back page, tear off and hand it to the inwgilator. This paper con5ists of Sixty multiple—ch0ice questions, which must be answered on the mark- reading sheet Your mark out of 60 W!” be converted to a percentage (100 marks) by the computer After completing your answers, you must hand in the followmg (1) The mark—reading sheet (2) The examination paper (All pages must be handed in ) ENSURE THAT YOU HAVE WRITTEN YOUR STUDENT NUMBER, MODULE CODE (RSCZO‘IH) AND UNIQUE PAPER NUMBER (459225) ON THE MARK-READING SHEET [TURN OVER] 2 RSCZD1 H OctoberlNovember 2010 ANSWER THE FOLLOWING SIXTY MULTIPLE-CHOICE QUESTIONS ON THE MARK- READING SHEET. READ THE ATTACHED INSTRUCTIONS AND FOLLOW THEM CAREFULLY. SUBMIT YOUR COMPLETED MARK-READING SHEET TOGETHER WITH THIS EXAMINATION PAPER. QUESTION 1 What research norm is reflected in the followmg scenario? A report on the results and recommendations of an investigation into examination preparation problems experienced by a sample of Unisa students, is oirculated amongst knowledgeable researchers and academics in South Africa and overseas for comment (1 ) honesty (2) transparency (3) communalism (4) organised sceptICIsm QUESTION 2 Ms Ndlovu runs a health education programme on prevention of the spread of HIV each first Monday of the month During February she educated the clients on the importance of condom use In April she finds that the majority of the clients still do not use condoms She concludes that the clients show a lack of knowledge as well as a negative attitude towards the prevention of the Spread of HIV This is an example of . (1) ego involvement (2) overgeneralisation (3) inaccurate observation (4) premature closure QUESTION 3 Research on Juvenile delinquency would be regarded as interpretive if it . (1) establishes a causal relationship between juvenile delinquency and crime (2) treats Juvenile delinquency as a fact (3) provrdes reasons for Juvenile delinquency (4) focuses on causation rather than description (5) treats Juvenile delinquency as a construction of meaning [TURN OVER] 3 RSCZO1 H OctoberlNovember 2010 QUESTION 4 WhIch of the followmg are examples of Interpretatlve explanatlons‘? (a) in Western marrIage ceremonIes, the exchange of rIngs symbolIses an exclusrve and mutual attachment (b) Patterns of recuprocal exchange between famIIIes make sense if we mew them In terms of the WIder kInshIp network (0) People become aggresswe when theIr attempts to reach theIr goals are frustrated. (d) Any explanatIon that emphaSIses the impact of the placement of an object In a larger whole (e) Any explanatIon that emphaSIses the Impact of the meanIng that actors attach to then actIons (1) (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (2) (a) (b) (d) (3) (a) (C) (e) (4) (b) (d) (5) (a) (e) QUESTION 5 WhIch of the followang statements are true’n> CrItIcal social SCIentIsts and femInIst researchers (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (a) (b) (C) (d) (a) (b) (b) (C) (C) (d) (a) (d) (b) (d) may sometimes use the same data—collectIon method pursue value freedom in research both depart from a male-centrIc view of the world are both opposed to what they behave to be oppresswe socIaI structures [TURN OVER] 4 RSCZO1 H OctoberlNovember 2010 QUESTION 6 In the context of posrtrvrsm, value freedom Implles that (a) values are not Important for posrtrvrsts to research (b) posrtrvrsts distance themselves In research from their own values (0) objective findings can be made about sOCIal reality (d) the vatues of the posrtivrst must take precedence In the research process (e) objectivity IS pursued by usmg standardised research procedures (1) (a) (c) (e) (2) (a) (d) (e) (3) (b) (C) (d) (4) (b) (C) (e) (5) (C) (d) (e) QUESTION 7 Which one of the followrng concepts reflects the highest level of abstractlon'? (1) age (2) gender (3) alienation (4) educational level (5) Income QUESTION 8 Which two of the followrng statements are true? In scolal scrence research deduction IS the process . (a) whereby general statements are made from specific evrdence (b) of reasoning where one moves from the abstract to the concrete (c) of reasoning whereby general pnncrples are linked to specrfic contexts (d) of reasoning whereby abstract statements are derived from concrete evrdence (1) (a) (b) (2) (b) (C) (3) (C) (d) (4) (a) (d) [TURN OVER] QUESTION 9 Which two of the following statements are true? (1) (2) (3) 04) (5) (a) Theory inductiver gurdes research (b) Research deductively builds theory (c) Theory deductiver gurdes research. (d) Research Inductively bUIIdS theory. (a)(b) (b)(c) (C)(d) 03)(C) (b)(d) QUESTION 10 RSC201 H OctoberlNovember 2010 If a negative relationship exrsts between variables In a hypotheSIs, It Implies that (1) (2) (3) (4) the two variables are not related as the value of one variable decreases, the other variable also decreases In value there us only a weak relationship between the two variables as the value of one variable decreases, the other variable Increases In value QUESTION 11 The scope of a theory . (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (a) Increases as the level of abstraction increases (b) refers to the generalisability of the theory (c) IS associated wrth the specrflc domain of analysrs which Is addressed (d) refers to the scolal reality which IS studied empirically (a)(b) (a)(d) (b)(C) (C)(d) (a)(b)(C)(d) [TURN OVER] QUESTION 12 In socral scrence research, concepts . (a) never change therr meaning (b) are related to theory (c) are used to describe a phenomenon (d) are used to rdentrfy a phenomenon (e) are concrete (1) (a) (b) (C) (2) (b) (C) (d) (3) (C) (d) (e) (4) (a) (b) (C) (d) (5) (a) (b) (d) (e) QUESTION 1 3 The goal of basrc research rs to advance fundamental knowledge Whrch one of the following rs not related to thrs goal? (1 ) (2) (3) (4) research whrch arms to Interpret changes In communrtres research armed at expiarnrng sacral relatronshrps research aimed at solvrng specrfic practrcal problems research whrch arms to support or reject theorres QUESTION 14 RSCZO1 H OctoberfNovember 2010 When a researcher rs conductrng research to support or reject a theory, he rs conductrng (1) (2) (3) (4) research phenomenologrcal basrc Marxrst explanatory [TURN OVER] 7 RSCZOt H OctoberINovember 2010 QUESTION 15 In which research approach are concepts converted into operational definitions? (1) quantitative (2) qualitative QUESTION 16 In . . research the findings are characterised by Its uniqueness and a dynamic understanding of the phenomena (1) quantitative (2) qualltatlve QUESTION 17 A characteristic of . . research IS that the variables are elements that form part of the whole ( 1) quantitative (2) qualitative QUESTION 18 In . research the research desrgn IS flexrble and unique (1) quantitative (2) qualitative QUESTION 19 Whlch ethical principle :5 disregarded In the following research study? An experiment IS conducted In which behavrours that are socially questionable are artificially "created" (1 ) confidentiality (2) anonymity (3) freedom from harm (4) privacy of thought [TURN OVER] 8 RSCZO1 H OctoberlNovember 2010 QUESTION 20 The professronal code of conduct to Wthh socral workers, psychologists, police officers, nurses and Journalists adhere, (1) prevents their work from being bras (2) regulates their professronal behavrour (3) protects their rights as researchers (4) guides the meaning of ethICS In research QUESTION 21 In addition to ethical requirements, every research report also has to meet legal requrrements. To which one of the fotlowrng Issues does the above statement mainly refer? (1) Hawthorne effect (2) absolutlsm (3) plagiarism (4) reliability QUESTION 22 When consrdenng the ethical requirements that apply to conducting research. which factor can Impose a I'ISk on subjects‘ right to privacy? (1) the researcher’s gender (2) the sensutlwty of the Information (3) obtaining prior informed consent (4) the researcher’s language preference QUESTION 23 Whlch one of the followrng behavroural norms would mainly regulate your response, from an ethical point of View, to the followrng request? The Department of Education requests you, as a teacher, to forward a detailed record of your learners’ reactions to specrfic outcomes-based educational tasks, over a period of mm months (1) respect for privacy (2) organised skeptrcrsm (3) drsinterestedness (4) universalism [TURN OVER] 9 RSCZO1 H OctoberINovember 2010 QUESTION 24 Which ethical Issue is being addressed In the following scenario? Responses recorded on an audiotape durlng personal Intewiews are Identified wrth reference to respondents’ first names only (1) legal competency (2) organised skeptICIsm (3) do no harm (4) protection of privacy QUESTION 25 The aim of the research deSIgn Is to .. (1) prowde fixed gmdelines (2) select the subjects for the study (3) ensure valid conclusmns (4) explain why something Is happening QUESTION 26 "Selection" as a threat to the Internal validity of a research preject refers to .. (1) Important differences between subjects In the experimental and control groups (2) a research preject that includes only one group (3) a research prOject where not all subjects receive the same treatment (4) important differences between the subjects In the study and the general population QUESTION 27 A quantitative research deSIgn involving treatment of two groups, where the subjects deCIde to which group they want to belong, is called a/an . . deSIgn (1) posttest only control group (2) quaSI-experimental (3) voluntary (4) experimental [TURN OVER] 10 RSCZO1 H OctoberlNovember 2010 QUESTION 28 Read the foliowmg study and indicate how clear and specific the research design appears to be‘ (1) (2) (3) (4) A researcher wants to find out what misconceptions primary school teachers In the Gauteng Provmce In South Africa have about child abuse. She decides to ask four groups of about seven primary school teachers from different schools to discuss a number of fictional case studies involving child abuse She plans to identify instances of common misconceptions usmg a coding scheme developed by a previous researcher The research question is clearly speCified, but the method is not clearly spec1fied The method is clearly SpeClfied, but the research question is not clearly specn‘ied Both the research question and the method are clearly specified Neither the research question nor the method is clearly speCified QUESTION 29 A research deSign involvmg an experimental and a control group, in which subjects are aSSIQned to groups by tossmg a coin, is a(n) (1) (2) design quasi-experimental pre-experimental (3) non-experimental (4) experimental QUESTION 30 Read the followmg scenario and select the most appropriate Optan‘ (1) (2) (3) (4) A researcher is conducting a study on people’s attitudes towards a government pro;ect before and after they have attended an infon'nation sessmn on the prolect He uses raters to assess their attitudes Which threat to the internal validity of the study arises if the raters become more competent in their ratings after the information sesswn’? instrumentation maturation history regression effect [TURN OVER] 1 1 RSCZO1 H OctoberINovember 2010 QUESTION 31 A researcher investigating the career progress of female managers selects 25 women who are managers in large companies Which one of the following sampling techniques did the researcher use? (1 ) quota (2) systematic (3) purposive (4) convenience QUESTION 32 A speCIfied characteristic such as the mean age of all psychology students at Unisa, is called alan ( 1) sampling frame (2) element (3) parameter (4) mean QUESTION 33 Differences between population parameters and sampling statistics are called .. (1) sampling error (2) sampling bias (3) population error (4) population bias QUESTION 34 A representative sample (1) consists of at least 500 cases of the population (2) is the inverse of the square root of the sample Size (3) must be a random sample of the population (4) reflects crUCIal dimenSions of a population [TURN OVER] 12 RSCZO1 H OctoberlNovember 2010 QUESTION 35 When you take a person's blood pressure daily, you are In fact sampling from a “populatIon” of the patient’s blood pressure readIngs. ThIS statement Is (1) true, because the person's blood pressure cannot be taken constantly through the day (2) true. because the person Is only available certain tImes of the day (3) false, because the person's blood pressure cannot be taken constantly through the day (4) false, because the person is only avaIlable certaIn tImes of the day QUESTION 36 Read the followmg scenario and select the most appropriate optIon. A researcher Wishes to study IndIviduals sufferIng from agoraphobla (fear of open spaces) The researcher places an advertIsement In the newspaper askIng for partICIpants A total of 50 people respond, of whlch the researcher randomly selects 30 However, only 15 panICIpants actually turn up for then appomtment The baSIC problem confronted by the researcher Is that (1) the accessible populatIon may differ from the target population (2) the sample has been drawn by usmg an unethical method (3) the sample size Is too small (4) It Is Impossible to study agoraphobIa In a selentIfIc way QUESTION 37 The Item below Is to be used In a self-admInIstered questionnaire However, It contains a problem which should be av0Ided Consider the Item below and Indicate the reason why the Item IS problematic What do you thInk about your local communIty newspaper? The above item Is problematlc because of the following reason (1) an open question Is not appropnate (2) options, such as a scale must be used (3) only one logical answer can be given (4) the questIon asked Is vague [TURN OVER] 13 RSC201H OctoberlNovember 2010 QUESTION 38 A . . IS an example of primary data (1) report whrch rs based on press cuttings (2) summary of patients' complaints (3) directly telewsed speech by the Presrdent (4) press report about local health facrlrties QUESTION 39 The item below rs to be used In a self—administered questionnaire However, rt contains a problem which should be avorded Four basrc types of relrgrous groups are recognised in socrety Do you also agree? The above item rs problematic because It (1) rs a double-barrelled statement (2) contains loaded language (3) Is a negative statement (4) contains an Incomplete question QUESTION 40 You want to undertake exploratory research to determine If twenty newly appornted disabled employees are experiencrng work-related problems rn an organisation. and If they are, to determine what the nature of these problems are Which one of the followrng options would be the most appropriate? (1) usrng a self-administered questionnaire (2) conducting interviews. usmg open questions (3) usrng ranking and Inventory questions (4) usrng semantic differential scales QUESTION 41 By asking respondents whether they would vote for candidate A or B, your are applying the following level of measurement (1 ) ratio (2) Interval (3) nominal (4) ordinal [TURN OVER] 14 RSCZO1H OctoberlNovember 2010 QUESTION 42 Which method would you use to evaluate whether the questionnaire, used In the foilowmg scenario, is reliable? You have compiled a questionnaire which you want to use to determine the opinions of patients regarding services received at a focal hospital You present the questionnaire to every 10th patient that leaves the hospital You would use the . . method. (1) intercoder (2) concurrent (3) test-retest (4) split-half QUESTION 43 The purpose of descriptive statistics is to (1) organise and summarise quantitative data (2) prove the researcher’s claims (3) make generalisations about the population (4) summarise and report trends in qualltative data QUESTION 44 Here is a set of data Identify the mean in this set of data 222699 (1) (2) (3) (4) 0|me QUESTION 45 Standard deviation is sometimes preferred to variance because it is (1) a measure of variability (2) in original units of measurement (3) eaSIer to calculate (4) an indication of the spread of scores rrURN OVER] 15 RSC201 H OctoberlNovember 2010 QUESTION 46 The maXImum possrble score for an examination question paper In a specrfic second-year module at Unlsa Is 75 Wthh statistic would be useful If a lecturer wants to know how many students scored below 40 on thlS paper? (1 ) percentage (2) cumulative frequency (3) class Interval (4) tally QUESTION 4? Thirty subjects take part In a study on the effectiveness of a speed-reading course Before starting the course, each subject IS presented wrth the same document and the time (In minutes) that It takes to read this document IS noted for each subject What type of graph would best display the frequency dlstrrbutlon of the reading times? (1) histogram (2) polygon (3) bar chart (4) scatterplot QUESTION 48 A researcher IS conductan a study on SBI'IOUS crimes The relevant vanable is type of crime and the researcher obtains data on the number of cnmes In a specrflc area for a specrfied time period. She dustlngmshes between murder, armed robbery and assault. What type of graph would best display the frequency distribution of the crimes? (1) bar chart (2) histogram (3) X-Y plot (4) polygon [TURN OVER] 16 RSC201 H OctoberlNovember 2010 QUESTION 49 WhIch statement below does not fit the task descrIptIon of the quaIItatIve researchers? (1) QuaIItatIve researchers am to understand and Interpret how the venous partICIpants In a somal settIng construct the world around them (2) QuaIItatIve researchers am to gIve prIVIlege to the perspectIves of the research partICIpants (3) Qualltatlve researchers label the perspectives of partICIpants, count the number of perspectIves and express them as frequenCIes and percentages (4) Qualltatlve researchers concern themselves WIth whether partICIpants’ perspectIves have been authentIcally represented In the research process and the Interpretatlons made from the InformatIon gathered (5) QuaIItatIve researchers concern themselves WIth whether the findIngs are conSIstent In the sense that they “fit” the data and the scolal context from thch they were derived QUESTION 50 Choose the correct word to complete the sentence QuaIItatIve data analySIs Is about the ‘takIng apart' or , SIftIng, and sortIng the masses of InformatIon achIred durIng the process of data collectIon (1) de—contextuallsmg (2) re-contextuallsmg QUESTION 51 WhIch of the followmg descrIptIons can pass as a definItion or definItIons for the concept “code”? (a) A code is a tag or a label aSSIgned to meanIng unIts (b) A code Is usually attached to a chunk of varyIng-SIzed words, phrases, sentences or paragraphs (c) A code is a short—hand way of Identifying the themelcategory in a transcrlptIon (1 ) (a) (2) (b) (3) (C) (4) (a) (b) (C) [TURN OVER] 17 RSCZO1 H OctoberlNovember 2010 QUESTION 52 Which option describe(s) the eventual outcome of qualitative data analysns, implying that the body of data did not merely become smaller and manageable in the analysis process because there was less to deal With, but this becoming smaller and manageable was the result of Interpretation and organisation (a) data condensation (b) data distillation (1) (a) (2) (b) (3) (a) (b) QUESTION 53 From which of the followmg sources can the name of a category or a theme be deduced from? Category andlor theme names can (a) come from the pool of concepts that researchers already have from their dlSClpllne and professmnal reading (b) be borrowed from the technical literature (c) be deduced from the words and/or phrases used by the pamCIpants themselves (d) be deduced and formulated from the questions posed to the partICIpants (1) (b) (c) (2) (a) (d) (3) (a) (b) (C) (4) (b) (0) (d) (5) (a) (b) (C) (d) QUESTION 54 Choose the correct word to complete the sentence. Alan . process entails movmg from observations or data towards generalisations, hypotheses and theory- (1) inductive (2) deductive [TURN OVER] 18 RSCZO1 H October/November 2010 QUESTION 55 The preparation and writing of a research report is determined by the purpose of the report This statement is (1) true, Since the intended audience largely influences the way a report is constructed (2) true, because writing the report only occurs at the end of your research (3) faise, Since writing the report reqwres selectiwty based on your findings (4) faise, because the format of a report is limited by the type of method used QUESTION 56 In the literature reVIew, a number of studies are referred to in order to establish the importance and Viablllty of the research question This statement is (1) true, because the researcher must ensure that prevrous research is not repeated (2) true, because the literature review helps narrowmg a topic into a researchable question (3) false, because the research question needs to be established before writing the literature reVIew (4) false, because the purpose of research is to explore new boundaries Within a given field QUESTION 57 Havmg presented the raw data (findings) in a report on your research, you can proceed directly to writing the conclu5ion This statement is (1) true, because the use of statistics adequately summarises the data being studied (2) true, because you need to report your methodology as accurately as possuble (3) false, because you need to generalise your findings from the sample to the population (4) false, because you need to extract meaningful information from the data in a dISCUSSIOI'I [TURN OVER] 19 RSC201 H OctoberINovember 2010 QUESTION 58 When preparlng an oral presentation for a semInar you can safely exclude the research problem from your presentatIon ThIs statement 13 (1) true, because there Is a IImIted amount of tIme avaIlable to present the findrngs (2) true, because, as the presenter, you need to be hIghly focussed In your presentatron (3) false, because the presentatron should begIn WIth the problem under InvestIgatIon (4) false, because the findrngs are the most Important aspects of your presentatron QUESTION 59 The first step In ertIng any research report Is to IdentIfy the Intended reader ThIs statement Is (1) true, because the organIsatIon and style of the report depend on the target audIence (2) true, because wrrtIng the report Is not part of the research process, but it IS stIII vital to a research proIect (3) false, because no matter who the audIence, the prImary goal In reportrng research Is accuracy (4) false, because In the research report, specrfic attentIon should be pad to the methodology used QUESTION 60 WhIch one of the followrng statements IS the most correct one? (1) A prImary functIon of research Is to establlsh the current boundarles of knowledge (2) The usefulness of research Is detemtrned by the type of research report In thch It is made known (3) Research only becomes useful If the fIndIngs of that research are shared wrth others (4) The way In thch a research report Is used, determInes the success of that research TOTAL: [60] © UNISA 2010 Eu: :I'm'flm UNIVERSITEIT VAN SUID-AFRIKA UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AFRICA U N I EXAMINATION MARK READING SHEET EKSAMEN-MERKLEESBLAD - -‘. I PART 1 {GENERAL/ALGEMEEN) DEEL1 STUDY UNIT B 9 T’SY100 X INITIAIS AND SURNAME — STUDIE EENHEID lav PSY‘IW X VOORLEI'TEFIS EN VAN - -- -- ----- ............................................. .. _ ____________________ .. 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