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5.35 Reading Like a Researcher Unit Quiz

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  • cc_profilecc.exam.v0p1qmd_assessmenttypeExaminationqmd_scoretypePercentagecc_maxattempts1<p><span style="font-size: 16px;">This quiz covers the research process and principles that we have discussed in this first unit, Reading Like a Researcher. Be sure to review the concepts on the page titled "Quiz Study Guide" before attempting this quiz. You may take this quiz once.</span></p>
    cc_profilecc.multiple_response.v0p1<p>Which of the following is an example of a PRIMARY source. Choose ALL that apply.</p>SpeechAutobiographyLetterSurveyTextbook123100cc_profilecc.multiple_response.v0p1<p><span>Which of the following is an example of a SECONDARY source. Choose ALL that apply.</span></p>ReviewPhotographsEncyclopediaAnalysis Criticism5789100cc_profilecc.true_false.v0p1<p>"How are online users experiencing or addressing privacy issues on such social networking sites as Facebook and Twitter?" is an example of a strong research question.</p>TrueFalse10100cc_profilecc.multiple_choice.v0p1<p>Which of the following is NOT a criteria for a good source?</p>Currency Relevance Authority Accuracy PurposeAvailability17100cc_profilecc.true_false.v0p1<p><span style="font-family: Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; line-height: normal;">To evaluate the crediblity of a source, a reader needs to consider who the author of that text is and how his or her viewpoints might bias his arguments.</span></p>TrueFalse18100