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Chapter 4 Quiz Study Guide

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Chapter 4 Quiz Study Guide SOWK 310

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Chapter 4 Quiz Study Guide based off the text of Rubin, A., & Babbie, E. (2016). Essential research methods for social work (4th ed.).
Research Methods in Social Work
Dr. Paula Sheridan & Lisa Ibanez
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Date Created: 08/04/16
Chapter 4 Quiz Review 1. A study of how the same clients discharged from a mental hospital in 2000 were functioning in 2001, 2002, 2003, and so on through 2007 would be C.) A longitudinal study 2. A study that attempts to maximize precision and objectivity in testing whether an intervention reduces an undesirable behavior is being guided by what paradigm? B.) Positivism 3. Explanatory studies are designed to find answers to which of the following questions? B.) Why are people's attitudes toward public welfare changing? 4. If social workers wanted to find out how satisfied clients are, on the average, with the services they received, they would undertake A.) A descriptive study 5. A study that attempts to develop an in-depth subjective understanding of a unique cult is being guided by what paradigm? C.) Interpretivism 6. A study that attempts to gather data as ammunition for advocating for a particular cause is being guided by what paradigm? D.) Critical social science 7. A theory is C.) A systematic set of interrelated statements intended to explain something 8. Alex interviews the same survivors of a hurricane immediately after the hurricane and then again at 3 month intervals over two years to see how the effects of the hurricane on them change over time. Alex is conducting a: C.) Panel study 9. Descriptive studies do NOT B.) Tell why something occurred 10. Descriptive studies: A.) Can employ qualitative, quantitative, and/or mixed methods 11. Evaluation studies: D.) Can be done for exploration, description or explanatory purposes


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