Which of the following is the best example of a breaching experiment? a. Walking into an elevator and turning to face the door b. Opening an umbrella on a beautiful day

Quiz 2: Qualitative Research Designs This 10-question, objective Quiz will assess how well you understand and can apply the information in this weeks Learning Resources related to qualitative research methods. To Prepare for the Quiz Review the assigned Learning Resources. Learning Resources Required Readings Babbie, E. (2016). The basics of social research (7th ed.). Belmont, CA: Cengage. Chapter 10, Qualitative Field Research (pp. 295330) Take Test: Quiz 2 – Week 5 Test Information Description This is a 10-question Quiz which will assess your knowledge on this week’s Learning Resources. Question Completion Status: QUESTION 1 1. Dr. Fielding is interested in the stratification system in the United States and how it is perpetuated through time. Fielding decides to examine the experiences of minority students who seek college counseling in high school. He interviews minority students in four high schools to learn whether their personal experiences tell him something about stratification in the United States. After interviewing the minority students Fielding interviews non-minority students, school administrators, guidance counselors, teachers, parents, and social workers at the same four high schools. Fielding is probably using a(n) _____ approach. a. participatory action research b. ethnomethodology c. ethnography d. case study e. institutional ethnography 3 points QUESTION 2 1. Michael is spending three months living in a commune doing participant observation in order to fully understand and document the lives of the people who reside there. What is the likely result of Michael’s research? a. Structured interview b. Unstructured interview c. Ethnography d. Case study e. Extended case study 3 points QUESTION 3 1. c. Closing an umbrella after the rain ends d. Looking at the sky when birds fly by e. None of these choices exemplify a breaching experiment. 3 points QUESTION 4 1. Sara wanted to learn about battered women. She entered the world of a battered women’s shelter and lived with the women in order to fully learn about the views of these women. She wanted to write a detailed and accurate description about the lives that the women reported. Which of the following approaches best describes Sara’s research paradigm? a. Naturalist b. Ethnomethodology c. Grounded theory d. Institutional ethnography e. Participatory action research 3 points QUESTION 5 1. Professor Milne is preparing to do qualitative interviewing in a field research project. Milne knows that you are a research methods student and asks for your advice. You tell Milne: a. Try not to alter the specific wording of questions b. Try to use the same probes with the same wording for each respondent c. Try not to alter the sequence of questions d. Be sure to think up interesting things to say when the conversation lulls e. Begin with a search of the literature 3 points QUESTION 6 1. To examine the social interactions of online role-playing gamers, a relatively recent social phenomenon, Kyoko developed a rough outline of what to look for before setting out on observation. This outline was intended to guide, but not specifically structure, the observations. What approach did Kyoko use? a. Ethnomethodology b. Grounded theory c. Case study d. The extended case method e. Participatory action approach 3 points QUESTION 7 1. Jennifer is interested in understanding the dynamics within an economically diverse high school. She interviews a wide variety of students, as well as the staff and faculty to understand how race has an effect on their education. Jennifer is using what sort of research paradigm? a. Participatory action research b. Ethnomethodology c. Ethnography d. Case study e. Institutional ethnography 3 points QUESTION 8 1. Jessica is concerned with the problem of reactivity in her study of a local diet group. Which of the following is NOT one of her reactivity concerns? a. The members of the diet group might alter their behaviors because they know they are being studied. b. The members of the diet group might alter their lifestyles and behavior because they joined the group to lose weight. c. The members of the group might expel her from doing the research. d. The members of the group might alter their discussion of diet strategies because they know that she is studying the group. e. All of these choices concern Jessica because of her concern with reactivity. 3 points QUESTION 9 1. _____ combines a naturalist approach with a positivist concern for a “systematic set of procedures” in doing qualitative research. a. The extended case method b. Ethnomethodology c. Grounded theory d. Ethnographies e. All of these choices 3 points QUESTION 10 1. Jenny wants to do research that tells the stories of rape victims. She wants to tell “their stories” the way they “really are.” Jenny is using a(n) _____ paradigm. a. naturalist b. ethnomethodology c. grounded theory d. case study e. participating action research 3 points Click Save and Submit to save and submit. Click Save All