Q18 basic research is ans basic research is research

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Q18. Basic research is: Ans: Basic research is research that fills in the knowledge we don’t have it tries to learn things that aren’t always directly applicable or useful immediately. Q19. Applied research is: Ans: Applied research is research that seeks to answer a question in the real world and to solve a problem. Q20. Which of the following represents a well-written basic research problem? a. “Which general education course is more interesting, U.S. History or World Music?” b. “How do business teams of six or fewer members compare to teams of more than six members in terms of productivity?” c. “How does the organization of mathematical information in long-term memory differ between 3-year-olds and 13-year-olds?”
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d. “What is the ratio of native-born students to international students on the campuses of major U.S. state universities?” Ans: C Q21. Which of the following represents a well-written applied research problem? a. “How does the organization of mathematical information in long-term memory differ between 3-year-olds and 13-year-olds?” b. “How do business teams of six or fewer members compare to teams of more than six members in terms of productivity?” c. “Which general education course is more interesting, U.S. History or World Music?” d. “What is the ratio of native-born students to international students on the campuses of major U.S. state universities?” Ans: B Q22. “What proportion of workers hired by selected factories in the state of Oklahoma between 1995 and 2000 held four-year college degrees?” The chief weakness of this research problem is that: Ans: It does not lead to the creation/discovery of new information. Q23. “What do underemployed U.S. workers (i.e., those workers who are employed, but not in positions for which they have specialized training or expertise) identify as the primary reason for their inability to find suitable employment?” The chief weakness of this research problem is that: Ans: Studying the question as stated is not feasible Q24. “What is the correlation between an index of civic-mindedness and years of
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