BCE2_ispit (1)

BCE2_ispit (1) - Question 1(1 point A thesis must never end...

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Question 1 (1 point) A thesis must never end with a question mark or an exclamation point. a. True b. False Score:1 / 1 Question 2 (1 point) An analytical research paper: a. offers proof for a claim made by the author b. attempts to persuade the audience that the author's opinion is correct c. starts with a research question d. provides a critical interpretation of primary and secondary sources Question 3 (1 point) A manageable thesis is one that can be proven in the time and space provided, with the resources the researchers have at their disposal. a. True b. False 4. An argumentative research paper: a. Attempts to persuade the audience that the author's claim is correct b. Attempts to answer the research question c. Begins with a thesis d. Offers only an analysis and an examination of an issue Question 5 (1 point) What requirements must a thesis meet to be successful? a. It has to be short. b. It has to start with the phrase "I claim that. .." c. It has to be manageable. d. It has to be clear and unambiguous. Question 6 (1 point) The main purpose of an argumentative RP is to: a. compare b. persuade c. change the attitude of readers d. inform Question 7 (1 point) Which of the following are advantages of Internet research? a. Trustworthy sources b. Most companies, organizations, and/or institutions in the world have their web pages on the Internet c. Cannot be used from home d. Available 24/7
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Question 8 (1 point) Which of the following are disadvantages of library research? a. Cannot be done from home b. Existence of too many questionable sources c. Pop-ups and viruses d . Limited opening hours Question 9 (1 point) To determine the validity of a source we must read its title, abstract and table of contents a. True b. False Question 10 (1 point) Which of the following are primary sources? a. proceedings of a conference on The Risks of Passive Smoking b. a book entitled The Risks of Passive Smoking, published by Oxford University Press c. an article entitled “A Ban on Smoking in Restaurants Would Protect Everyone,” published in Pittsburgh Post-Gazette d. results of a survey conducted by the National Research Council, entitled Environmental Tobacco Smoke: Measuring Exposures and Assessing Health Effects Question 11 (1 point) Primary sources are collected through interviews, observation, and surveys. a. True b. False Question 12 (1 point) Which of the following are primary sources? a. a survey of lung patients at the oncology ward of the local hospital b. an article entitled “A Half-Century of Polling on Tobacco: Most Don’t like Smoking but Tolerate It,” published in Public Perspective c. Textbook d. an interview with the leading Croatian oncologist specializing in lung cancer Question 13 (1 point) Historical documents, birth and death records, and statistics are types of secondary
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BCE2_ispit (1) - Question 1(1 point A thesis must never end...

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