Library Science MCQs: Research & Statistical Methods – Quiz-4

LIS MCQs for Research & Statistical Methods. Here you will find the Library Science MCQs about Research & Statistical Methods. This is Quiz-4 of the Research & Statistical Methods MCQ series. If you are a student of Library and Information Management Sciences (LIMS) then these MCQs of Library Research & Statistical Methods are very important for you. In these MCQs, the Library Research & Statistical Methods are discussed.

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LIS MCQs about Research & Statistical Methods

Find below the MCQs of Library Research & Statistical Methods.

151. Tentative solutions to a problem facing a ” scientist/investigator is known as:
A. Principle
B. Hypothesis
C. Solution
D. Theory
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152. A book providing basic knowledge of a particular subject to the students in an easy language is known as:
A. Textbooks
B. Monograph
C. Reference
D. Classic
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153. A comprehensive, authoritative, and systematic compilation of known information on a subject is known as:
A. Monograph
B. Treatise
C. Textbook
D. Ordinary book
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154. A scholarly treatise on a specific subject is studied as a part of a wider subject is known as:
A. Guidebook
B. Classic
C. Reference book
D. Monograph
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155. An outstanding work of scholarship and high literary merit of all times is known as:
A. Great work
B. Outstanding work
C. Classic
D. Reference book
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156. The records of any public or private institution which are worthy of permanent preservation for reference and research are known as:
A. Library Material
B. GRAPHIC material
C. Archival Material
D. Special Material
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157. I.N. Sengupta analyzed the literature m medicine and allied fields for identifying the core:
A. Books
B. Journals
C. Reports
D. Dissertations
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158. The prepositions that typically state the existence, size, form, or distribution of some variable are known as:
A. Descriptive hypothesis
B. Rational hypothesis
C. Working hypothesis
D. Exploratory hypothesis
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159. Research inquiry into the past m a systematic manner is called;
A. Experimental
B. Observational
C. Historical
D. Survey
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160. A group of subjects on which experiment is not performed is known as:
A. Controlled
B. Experimental
C. Investigative
D. Variable
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161. A changeable element in phenomena is known as:
A. Variable
B. Sample
C. Element
D. Characteristic
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162. The research gaining knowledge by collecting or fresh observations under controlled conditions is known as:
A. Historical
B. Experimental
C. Case study
D. Survey
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163. The Crane field research project conducted by C. Clever don is an example of:
A. Historical research
B. Case study research
C. Experimental research
D. Survey research
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164. The technique of investigation to collect information on phenomena through observation, interview and questionnaire are:
A. Survey research
B. Historical research
C. Experimental research
D. Case study research
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165. The interview where the emphasis will be upon a given experience and its effects is known as:
A. Directed
B. Clinical
C. Focused
D. Non-directive
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166. The interview which concerns itself with the broad underlying feelings or motivation is known as:
A. Clinical
B. Focused
C. Directed
D. Non-directive
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167. The Interview where the interviewer serves as a catalyst is known as:
A. Depth
B. Directed
C. Clinical
D. Non-directive
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168. A systematic viewing, compelled with consideration of the seen phenomena is known as:
A. Experimentation
B. Surveying
C. Observation
D. Questioning
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169. The combination of controlled and uncontrolled observations is known as:
A. Mass observation
B. Group observation
C. Public observation
D. Mob observation
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170. The research carried on “Citizens attitude towards Public Library” by Charles Evans is an example of:
A. Historical
B. Experimental
C. Case study
D. Survey
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171. The author of “Library Surveys: An introduction, their use, planning, procedure, and presentation” is:
A. M.F. Taufer
B. M.B. Line
C. E.W. MacDiarmid
D. P.V. Young
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172. “A method of exploring and Analyzing the life of asocial unit be it a person, family, an institution, cultural group or even an entire community” is known as:
A. Historical
B. Observational
C. Case study
D. Experimental
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173. “A specific type of applied research whose primary goal is not the discovery of knowledge but rather testing of application of knowledge within a specific program or project” is known as:
A. Survey research
B. Evaluation research
C. Case study research
D. Experimental research
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174. The Evaluation which aims at providing information for program management, modification, and management is known as:
A. Formative
B. Impact
C. Monitoring
D. Assessment
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175. The relationship between program costs and program outcomes (benefits) expressed in money terms is known as:
A. Awareness focus
B. Cost/benefit analysis
C. Cost-effectiveness
D. Descriptive evaluation
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176. An ordered list of cited articles each of which is accomplished by a list of citing articles is known as a citation:
A. Index
B. List
C. String
D. Catalogue
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177. The author of “The Measurement and Evaluation of Library Service” is:
B. F. W. Lancaster
C. E. Altman
D. R.R. Powell
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178. “A research technique for an objective systematic and qualitative description of the manifest content” is known a8:
A. Subject analysis
B. Theme analysis
C. Thought analysis
D. Content analysis
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179. The smallest body of content in which the appearance of a reference is noted is known as:
A. Recording unit
B. Content unit
C. Textual unit
D. Quantity unit
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180. The smallest unit generally applied in research is:
A. Sentence
B. Word
C. Character
D. Item
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181. Recording of occurrence of a given attribute is known as:
A. Frequency system
B. Intensity system
C. Appearance system
D. Time space system
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182. “Law of Scattering” was propounded by:
A. Vickery
B. Stevens
C. Brookes
D. Bradford
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183. The generic used to refer to inquiries into the printed tools of librarianship is known as:
A. Content analysis
B. Documentary research
C. Bibliometric research
D. Citation analysis
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184. Analysis of the structure of literature using various tools, counting rank frequency distribution, and citation analysis is known as:
A. Sociometrics
B. Librametrics
C. Econometrics
D. Bibliometrics
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185. The author of “The Elements of Research”:
A. C.A. Moser
B. P.V. Young
C. F.L Whitney
D. T.W. Best
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186. The person who propounded that a comparatively small number of ‘core’ journals of ‘core’ journals in a field yielded a high proportion of all the relevant articles. is:
A. P.W. Lancaster
B. S.C. Bradford
C. George Zipf
D. E. Garfield
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187. A group of modified survey procedures designed for use in refining judgmental. data collected from a panel of selected experts is known as:
A. Participatory research
B. Delphi method
C. Sociogram
D. Constructive Topology
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188. An approach to social investigation with the full and active participation of the community in the research process is known as:
A. Participatory research
B. Sociometric research
C. Projective technique
D. Statistical study
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189. The author of “Dimensions of Comparative Librarianship” is:
A. J.P Danton
B. J .F. Harvey
C. Sims ova
D. Macke
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190. Inkblot test techniques are employed in:
A. Projective techniques
B. Constructive typology
C. Statistical study
D. Sociometric technique
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191. The author of “Methods in Social Research” is:
A. Good and Hatt
B. J.W. Best
C. G .A. Lunberg
D. F .N. Kerlinger
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192. The questionnaire is a widely used tool in:
A. Survey research
B. Experimental research
C. Historical research
D. Case study research
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193. The use of grouping or creating families of each category of documents is known as:
A. Cubing
B. Matching
C. Stringing
D. Clustering
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194. The author of “Scientific Social Surveys and Research” is:
A. W.B. Sanders
B. A. Kaplan
C. P.V. Young
D. P.J. Runkel
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195. A method of ______investigation in which the researcher observes the social behavior of people without becoming an actual participant is known as:
A. Participant observation
B. Non-participant observation
C. Examination
D. Investigation
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196. An aggregate of all cases that conform to some designated set of specifications is known as:
A. Sample
B. Population
C. Universe
D. Entity
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197. A population that contains a countable number of sampling units is known as:
A. Infinite
B. Finite
C. Limited
D. Unlimited
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198. A complete list of all sampling units from which a sample is selected is known as:
A. Sampling box
B. Sampling chart
C. Sampling graph
D. Sampling frame
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199. The author of “Research Method m Librarianship: Technique and Interpretation” is:
A. Krishna Kumar
B. Busha and Harter
C. R.N. Mehrotra
D. C.R. Reddy
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200. Quota sampling method is more frequently used in:
A. Market surveys
B. Election surveys
C. Sales surveys
D. Public opinion surveys
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So, these are the MCQs 151-200 for Library Research & Statistical Methods.

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