Research Design : Methods of Data Collection (Part – 3)

Research Design : Methods of Data Collection (Part – 3)

41. To convey facts means – to become perceptive

42. Internet access – collection of information

  • Internet is a global system of computer networks.
  • Internet connects computers and provides information to web connected computers through web pages.

43. What is World wide Web? – Database

44. Information and Communication Technology implies

  • E-mail, Internet, Educational TV

45. The most important work after the compilation of facts is – Analysis

Research Design : Methods of Data Collection (Part – 2)

46. Ethics in research implies – sense of fair and unfair

  • Ethical issues in research are related to the ethical duties of the researcher. The researcher should always take care of what is fair and inappropriate while doing research.

47. What is the principle of reporting system? – Proper type of information

  • Principles of Good Reporting
  • proper flow of information
  • reasonable time
  • correct information
  • Basis of comparison
  • Clear and simple report
  • Cost
  • Evaluation of responsibility

48. Part of the report is – Title

  • Structuring the report
  • Title
  • Know
  • the subject matter
  • Introduction or reference topic
  • body of the report
  • Recommendations
  • Reference and Addendum
  • signature

49. Objective of the report – to present a document of knowledge

  • Purpose of preparing the report
  • Presenting a major document of knowledge
  • To expand knowledge
  • Submitting research results to others
  • Understanding the underlying situation in subjects

50. Reference bibliography implies – The source attached to the research report is

  • The bibliography is the backside of the research report, which contains a list of books, the bibliography should contain all the works that the researcher uses as a source during research.

51. Reference bibliography includes – edition institution

  • Ways to write a reference bibliography
  • Writing name last name is written first
  • Title
  • Place publisher and publication date
  • version number

52. “The figures which are collected by other persons are called secondary figures” – Vaisale

53. “Just as a house is built of stones, a scholar is built with facts.” – Henry Pienaker

54. “Morality is a system of rules by which a person’s conscience makes him feel right and unfair.” – MacIver and Page

55. “Morality is concerned with good, evil and conscience.” – Gisvert

Definition of Department

56. “Surveyors often get the illusion that only a person can be a unit of their illustration unless they study about humans.” – Parton

57. “The paradigm method is the selection of a fixed percentage from a set of units of a predetermined plan.” – Bogardus

58. “A questionnaire can be defined as a set of questions, which the researcher and enumerator has to answer without informing.” – Pope

59. “Interviewing is considered a systematic method by which a person enters a relatively stranger’s inner life.” – Paulig Young

60. “The paradigm is a representative part of the whole group.” – Lardig color

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