Library Science MCQs of Research Methodology (Quiz-15)

This is Library Science MCQs of Research Methodology quiz-15. Here you’ll find Library Science MCQs about Research Methodology. If you are a student of Library and Information Management Sciences (LIMS) then these MCQs about Research Methodology are very important for you.

In these MCQs, the research methodology about Library is discussed in questions and answers. So by understanding these questions and answers about research methodology in Library Science, you can easily cover your next coming examination.

LIS MCQs About Research Methodology

The following are the MCQs of Library Science about Research Methodology in Library Science:

351. What is the key defining characteristic of experimental research?
A. Extraneous variables are never present
B. A positive correlation usually exists
C. A negative correlation usually exists
D. Manipulation of the independent variable
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352. What is the opposite of a variable?
A. Constant
B. Extraneous variable
C. Dependent variable
D. Data set
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353. Which of the following can best be described as a categorical variable?
A. Age
B. Annual income
C. Grade point average
D. Religion
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354. Research in which the researcher uses both qualitative and quantitative research within a stage or across two of the stages in the research process is known as:
A. Action research
B. Mixed method research
C. Basic research
D. Mixed model research
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355. Which correlation is the strongest?
A. +.10
B. -1.00
C. +.90
D. -.95
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356. The correlation between intelligence test scores and grades is:
A. Positive
B. Negative
C. Perfect
D. They are not correlated
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357. The devices you will use to help you collect data, i.e. questionnaires, observation checklists, interview schedules are called:
A. Methods
B. Methodology
C. Methodological design
D. Tools
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358. A tentative explanation that accounts for a set of facts and can be tested by further investigation:
A. Assumption
B. Generalization
C. Hypothesis
D. Proposition
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359. Factual information especially, information organized for analysis or used to reason or make decision, is known as:
A. Data
B. Wisdom
C. Information
D. Documentation
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360. The questionnaire, observation, interview, psychological tests and library techniques are used for:
A. Literature review
B. Research design
C. Data collection
D. Data analysis
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361. What is the problem with this set of response categories to the question “What is your current age?” 1-5, 5-10, 10-20, 20-30, 30-40:
A. The categories are not mutually exclusive
B. The categories are not exhaustive
C. (a) and (b) are problems
D. There is no problem with the – above set of response categories
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362. Questionnaire is tool for:
A. Data analysis
B. Data Collection
C. Data Interpretation
D. Data measuring
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363. A form containing a set of questions, especially one addressed a statistically significant number of subjects as a way of gathering information for a survey is known as:
A. Questionnaire
B. Characteristics
C. Statistics
D. Directions
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364. Questionnaire is widely used tool in:
A. Case study
B. Experimental research
C. Survey research
D. Historical research
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365. Which of the following are principles of questionnaire construction?
A. Consider using multiple methods when measuring abstract constructs
B. Use multiple items to measure abstract constructs
C. Avoid double-barreled questions
D. All of the above
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366. Which of these is not a method of data collection?
A. Questionnaires
B. Experiments
C. Interviews
D. Observation
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367. Secondary/existing data may include which of the following?
A. Official documents
B. Personal documents
C. Archived research data
D. All of the above
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368. Which of the following terms best describes data that were originally collected at an earlier time by a different person for a different purpose?
A. Primary data
B. Secondary data
C. Experimental data
D. Field notes
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369. Researchers use both open-ended and closed-ended questions to collect data Which of the following statements is true?
A. Open-ended questions directly provide quantitative data based • on the researcher’s predetermined response categories
B. Closed-ended questions provide quantitative data in the participant’s own words
C. Open-ended questions provide qualitative data in the participant’s own words
D. Closed-ended questions directly provide qualitative data in the participants’ own words
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370. Another-name for a Likert Scale is:
A. Interview protocol
B. Event sampling
C. Summated rating scale
D. Ranking
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371. Which of the following is not an example of a nonrandom sampling technique?
A. Cluster
B. Convenience
C. Quota
D. Purposive
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372. The process of drawing a sample from a population is known as:
A. Census
B. Sampling
C. Survey
D. None of the above
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373. Which of the following statements are true?
A. The larger the sample size, the greater the sampling error
B. The more categories or breakdowns you want to make in your data analysis, the larger the sample needed
C. The fewer categories or breakdowns you want to make in your data analysis, the larger the sample needed
D. As sample size decreases, so does the size of the confidence interval
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374. Which is not a direct threat to the internal validity of a research design?
A. Differential selection
B. History
C. Sampling error
D. Testing
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375. This type of validity refers to the ability to generalize the results of a study across settings:
A. Ecological validity
B. Internal validity
C. External validity
D. Temporal validity
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376. In which of the following studies, a researcher is required to examine some specific sub-population, as they change time?
A. Trend Study
B. Cohort Study
C. Cross Sectional Study
D. Panel Studies
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377. Study carrels are exclusive areas meant for:
A. Students
B. Public
C. Women
D. Researchers
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378. Research is:
A. Searching again and again
B. Finding solution to any problem
C. Working in a scientific way to search for truth of any problem
D. None of the above
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379. A common test in research demands much priority on:
A. Reliability
B. Use-ability
C. Objectivity
D. All of the above
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380. Action research means:
A. A longitudinal research
B. An applied research
C. A research initiated to solve an immediate problem
D. A research with socioeconomic objective
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