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Intervention Activity in Practical Research 2: Review of Related Literature

Quiz by JONALD ROSARIO

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  • Q1
    What is the purpose of a literature review?
    To summarize previous research studies.
    To criticize and reject previous research studies.
    To create new theories and concepts for your research study.
    To discover the connection of your research to the existing body of knowledge and to the real-life situations.
    30s
  • Q2
    What is the main goal of structuring a review of related literature?
    To make the reader understand easily the different studies and how they are relevant to your study.
    To summarize all the different studies.
    To compare and contrast different studies.
    To criticize and reject previous studies.
    30s
  • Q3
    What is the purpose of a context review?
    To relate your study to a larger body of knowledge and determine its contribution and impact to the specific field of study.
    To summarize and synthesize recent knowledge of the study.
    To summarize the current research studies.
    To organize the related researches according to the period of time they were conducted.
    30s
  • Q4
    What is the main type of source used in a literature review?
    Books
    Dissertations
    Government Documents
    Scholarly Journals
    30s
  • Q5
    What is the first step in writing a literature review?
    Recap and proofread the literature review.
    Outline and write up the literature review.
    Log, catalogue, and synthesize the literature.
    Find/Search for the relevant literature.
    30s
  • Q6
    What is the purpose of in-text citation and referencing styles?
    To criticize and reject previous research studies.
    To give acknowledgement to the authors of the works you have referred to and to provide a way for readers to locate the original sources.
    To compare and contrast different studies.
    To summarize and synthesize the ideas from different sources.
    30s
  • Q7
    What are the three ways of using a literature review in the discussion of your study?
    Identifying the gaps in the literature, b) Recommending future research directions, and c) Discussing the implications of the findings.
    Providing context as a foundation to develop your ideas, b) Comparing your findings from other previous related studies, and c) Stating what contribution your study has made in the field.
    Presenting the demographic characteristics of the sample, b) Analyzing the statistical significance of the results, and c) Exploring potential confounding variables.
    Describing the research methodology, b) Summarizing the results, and c) Reflecting on the limitations of the study.
    30s
  • Q8
    What are the three common errors when including literature reviews in the discussion of a study?
    Using a biased sample, b) Failing to consider ethical issues, and c) Misinterpreting statistical analyses.
    Failing to include enough studies, b) Citing unrelated articles, and c) Failing to mention the limitations of the research.
    Summarizing the literature instead of analyzing it, b) Citing outdated studies, and c) Using biased sources.
    Including irrelevant studies, b) Mentioning related articles instead of citing the original articles, and c) Citing based only on abstracts without reading the entire research.
    30s
  • Q9
    What is the main goal of structuring a review of related literature?
    To make the reader understand easily the different studies and how they are relevant to your study.
    To provide a comprehensive overview of the research topic.
    To summarize the main findings of the different studies.
    To present a chronological order of the studies.
    30s
  • Q10
    What is a theoretical review?
    A literature review that provides context for the research study.
    A literature review that introduces several theories or concepts focused on a specific topic.
    A literature review that critiques and synthesizes representative literature.
    A literature review that compares and contrasts different research methodologies.
    30s

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