Research Methods in Counselling Lecture 4

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Research Methods in Counselling Lecture 4

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Question 1

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When quantitative and qualitative methods are combined it is called [blank_start]mixed[blank_end] methods
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  • mixed
  • joined
  • dual
  • constructivist

Question 2

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Who wrote the quote about mixed methods from 2007 listed in the lecture notes:
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  • Johnson
  • Johnson & Onwuegbuzie
  • Johnson, Onwuegbuzie & Turner
  • Johnson, Onwuegbuzie, Turner & Hooch

Question 3

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Adding a qualitative component to a quantitative research project to add greater understanding of numerical findings is called adding [blank_start]depth[blank_end]
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  • depth
  • breadth

Question 4

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Adding a quantitative component to a fundamentally qualitative project is called adding [blank_start]breadth[blank_end]
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  • breadth
  • depth

Question 5

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Who said "What distinguishes mixed-method evaluation is thus the intentional or planned use of diverse methods for particular mixed-method purposes using particular mixed-method designs"?
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  • George Jetson, 2062
  • Green, 2005
  • Brown, 2010
  • White, 2014

Question 6

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In program evaluation, the [blank_start]evaluand[blank_end] is the object of an evaluation.
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  • evaluand
  • evaluatable
  • evaluator
  • evaluable

Question 7

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Select all of the examples of objects of an evaluation from the list below:
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  • Policy
  • Program
  • Project (inc Pilot Projects)
  • Organisation
  • Product

Question 8

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Evaluators make a judgement about the worth of the object of an evaluation
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  • True
  • False

Question 9

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Evaluators make judgements by establishing [blank_start]criteria[blank_end]
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  • criteria
  • problems
  • levels

Question 10

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Evaluators also make judgements by constructing standards
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  • True
  • False

Question 11

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From the list below, select the processes by which evaluators make judgements (as listed in the lecture notes).
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  • Measuring performance and comparing to standards
  • Synthesising and integrating evdience
  • Asking experts
  • Measuring effect sizes

Question 12

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Program Logic is also known as Program [blank_start]Theory[blank_end]
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  • Theory
  • Balance
  • Planning

Question 13

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Program logic involves a set of interrelated assumptions, principles and / or [blank_start]propositions[blank_end] to explain or guide social actions
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  • propositions
  • proposals
  • prepositions

Question 14

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Which of the following is NOT a part of program logic:
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  • Inputs
  • Outputs
  • Activities
  • Error rates

Question 15

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Program logic is a chain of objectives linked by [blank_start]actions[blank_end]
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  • actions
  • reactions
  • calculations

Question 16

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Literature and stakeholder input would not inform the program logic
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  • True
  • False

Question 17

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Select the correct order for the steps of the evaluation process: a) collecting and analysing evidence b) making recommendations or decisions c) disseminating findings to appropriate audiences d) negotiating an evaluation plan
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  • d; a; c; b
  • a; b; c; d
  • c; b; a; d
  • b; d; a; c

Question 18

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Of the evaluation forms, which occurs before a program is implemented?
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  • Proactive
  • Clarificative
  • Interactive
  • Monitoring
  • Impact

Question 19

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Of the evaluation forms, which involves structure and function?
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  • Proactive
  • Clarificative
  • Interactive
  • Monitoring
  • Impact

Question 20

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Of the evaluation forms, which involves delivery and implementation and program improvement?
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  • Proactive
  • Clarificative
  • Interactive
  • Monitoring
  • Impact

Question 21

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Which of the following describes the monitoring aspect of evaluation:
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  • tracking an established program
  • longterm outcomes and goal achievement
  • learning about key deliverables
  • measuring success in comparison to earlier evaluations

Question 22

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The impact form of evaluation looks at [blank_start]longterm[blank_end] outcomes and goal achievemet
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  • long term
  • short term
  • medium term
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