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Test Instructions:-
Test Name Lecturer Sociology
Subject Sociology Test 25
Test Type MCQs
Total Questions 25
Total Time 20 Minutes
Total Marks 100

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Lecturer Sociology Online Test No. 25

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Researchers are most likely to use random sampling in cases where:

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What amount of sampling error is acceptable in a national sample of 1500 to 3000 respondents?

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The question "Please tell me about the social experiences you had in college" is an example of:

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When every member of a specific population has an equal chance of being selected to answer a survey's questions, the result is:

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The control group and the experimental group are virtually identical except that the:

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The right of the individual to define for himself, when and on what terms his acts should be revealed to the general public is termed:

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In the Hawthorne experiments, the dependent variable was:

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Survey instruments that rely on open questions are also known as:

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Which of the following procedures would be more likely to produce an unbiased sample for a survey?

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If a sociologist wished to study certain aspects of an entire population, she would most likely use which of the following research methods?

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Which of the following is included as a "household" based on the Statistical Abstracts?

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In 1936, the Literary Digest conducted a telephone survey that incorrectly predicted the results of that year's presidential election. The survey was wrong because:

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John wishes to evaluate the effectiveness of a program for first generation college students to determine the effectiveness of mentors. His best choice of research methodology is:

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In survey research, a set of respondents selected from a specific population is called a(n):

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Which of the following is provided by the Current Population Survey (CPS)?

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The use of field notes is most likely to be employed in which of the following research methods?

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A question that requires a respondent to select from a set of predetermined answers is:

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The research method in which the sociologist becomes an active member of the group or community being studied is known as:

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The purpose of the U.S. Census is:

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James is interested in the formation and maintenance of social relationships in a large inner city housing project. A good way to study this social phenomenon would be:

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Subjects whose behavior is influenced by the attention they receive in an experiment are demonstrating a phenomenon known as the:

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In the Western Electric’s Hawthorne plant study, the real independent variable was:

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The national census is an example of which of the following research methods?

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A full enumeration of every member of a society is called:

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A high correlation between two variables means that:

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