File: Ch05, Chapter 5, Enterprise Architectures
1. What includes the plans for how an organization will build, deploy, use, and share its data, processes,
and IT assets?
A. Enterprise architect
B. Information architecture
C. Enterprise arc
Chapter 3 Why Everybody Trades: Comparative Advantage
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Based on mercantilist thinking, governments should:
a. Subsidize and encourage imports.
b. Subsidize and encourage exports.
c. Allow for free trade unencumbered by governme
Analysis of a Tariff
Multiple Choice Questions
1. A tax on imports that is stipulated as a money amount per unit is called:
A specific tariff.
b. An ad valorem tariff.
An effective tariff.
d. An optimal tariff.
2. A tariff gener
File: Ch04, Chapter 4, Ethics and Information Security
1. What is the recommended way to implement information security lines of defense?
A. People first, technology second
B. Technology first, people second
C. None of the above
D. All of
Chapter 01 - Globalization
True / False Questions
1. (p. 4) The notion that national economies are relatively self-contained entities is on the rise.
2. (p. 4) For the last 50 years, the volume of goods, services and investm
File: Ch12, Chapter 12, Globalization, Innovation, and 21st Century Organizational Trends
1. What are the three primary challenges facing 21 st century global businesses?
A. Cultural, environmental, developmental
B. Cultural, political, ge
File: Chap09, Ch9, Customer Relationship Management and Business Intelligence
1. Why is CRM is one of the most valuable assets a company can acquire?
A. Since organizations have not been successful in implementing SCM systems, they have tu
1) Explain how a researcher codes, enters, and cleans data so that it can be used for statistical
analysis. What procedures are involved in each of these steps?
Coding the data: Data coding means systematically
reorganizing raw numerical data into
1) What are five things a field researcher does? Briefly describe each one.
Observes ordinary events, everyday activities, and
unusual occurrences as they happen in natural settings
Becomes directly involved with the people being
studied and perso
1) What are the major advantages and disadvantages common to all quantitative approaches?
Advantages of quantitative approaches
o Objective facts are collected by value-free researchers.
o The pursuit of truth is achieved th
1) How does a researcher use the conceptual definition of a construct in operationalization
Conceptualization is the process of thinking through a construct. It is the process
of taking a construct and refining it by giving
1) What are the main emphases of historicalcomparative research? What sorts of research
questions does it address? What types of research is it most appropriate for?
H-C is a useful method for addressing big
questions: How did major societal chang
1) Describe four main characteristics of qualitative interviews. What are the specific features
for each of these characteristics?
They involve one or more people being present
and are informal and nondirective (i.e., the respondent may take the i
1) Compare the key differences that set qualitative data analysis apart from quantitative data
analysis. What four features differentiate these two approaches? Identify and briefly
describe each one.
Types and numbers of analysis techniques:
1) What kinds of questions are appropriate for using an experimental logic? What kinds of
limitations do researchers employing experimental methods face? What sorts of research
topics are best suited for experiments?
The logic of experiments is t
1) Specify and give an example of the six types of questions common to good surveys.
Behaviour. How frequently do you go to art galleries?
Attitudes/beliefs/opinions. What is the biggest problem facing Canada these days?
Characteristics. What i
1) Describe the logic of nonreactive or unobtrusive measurement and provide three examples of
nonreactive measures (empirical evidence).
The logic of nonreactive measurement is that the people being studied are not aware
of it but leave evidence
1) When is it appropriate to use a snowball sampling technique?
When sampling a network where individuals in the network are connected with one
another through direct or indirect linkages
Often used in combination with purposive sampling
1) State a hypothesis with an independent, dependent, and intervening variable. What are the
units of analysis and levels of analysis of the hypothesis? Draw a diagram showing the
Racial classification (independent variable) causes
Tutorial Week 3
Searching for Information
(A) Search through MMU library database
Go to MMU library webpage
Enter the keywords into the search bar and check Scholarly (Peer Reviewed). E.g.
enter job satisfaction as keywords.
If more information is availab
1) With which outlet of research reports is it easiest to locate research? With which outlet is it
most difficult? Why?
It is easiest to locate research by using articles in scholarly journals since most
social research is published in such journ
1) Describe how concrete and abstract concepts differ. Give an example of an abstract ideal
type and a concrete classification.
Concepts vary by scope. Some are highly abstract and some are at
a concrete level, i.e., they are easy to experience d
1) Describe the types of errors you are likely to make with each of the following: premature
closure, overgeneralization, and selective observation.
These are all errors of personal experience.
Premature closureerror that is made when a person f
1) Why are some groups of people called special populations in social research? What
things must a researcher do differently when studying them?
Some populations or groups of research participants are not capable of giving
true, voluntary informe
Tutorial Week 7
Guidelines for Questionnaire Development
Sources of the questionnaire
a) Borrow from others
Examples of questionnaire from journal
In the text of the article
From Schultz and Oskamp (1996)
In presentation of results
From Haron, Paim and Nu
APA Citation Format
CITATION STYLE FOR REFERENCE LIST
The APA (American Psychological Association) reference style is used which includes the following
categories : periodicals, books, brochures, book chapters, technical and research reports, p
Introduce the contents for chapter 5
5.2 Research Findings and Discussion
What you have found through the data analysis in chapter 4? State in the language
that a layman can understand. Avoid jargon, e.g. significa
Tutorial Week 5
Guideline for Chapter One
Chapter 1 Introduction
Provide a preview of the content of this chapter.
Issues to be discussed here include:
The background of the issue under study.
The recent or latest developme
Guideline for Chapter Two
The general structure of a literature review should include:
An introduction that explain content and organization of literature review.
Headings and subheadings that provide a map to show the various stands of
Guideline for Chapter Three
This section provides an overview of the content and organisation of this chapter.
3.1 Development of Research Framework and Hypotheses
Explain the development of research framework. Extract and condense the