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A good research question should always be A. controversial. B. expansive. C. multifaceted. D. obscure.
Weegy: c User: Which of the following is a true statement? A. The researcher should not adjust the topic focus as he or she begins reading. B. The research focus may change as the reader begins to delve into the topic. C. Most of the time, a research topic focus remains the same throughout the process. D. Focusing the research topic is less important than finding good source information. Weegy: A. The researcher should not adjust the topic focus as he or she begins reading. User: Which of the following is an example of a research topic that is too broad? A. All about hip-hop music B. Hip-hop and the voice of outrage C. Rhyme and meter in hip-hop music D. Block parties and the origins of hip-hop Weegy: A. All about hip-hop music. That would be a research topic that is too broad. User: In order for something to be genuine research, it needs to end with a conclusion and A. a discovery. B. a recommendation. C. a deeper question. D. a summary of information. Weegy: B. a recommendation. User: From: William B. Badke, Research Strategies: Finding your Way through the Information Fog, 3rd ed. Bloomington, IN: iUniverse.com, 2008 From this graphic, we can conclude that A. data collection is more important than formulating the question. B. a research paper stays within the boundaries of reporting facts. C. the concluding analysis will answer the question. D. the research topic can be focused during the final analysis. Weegy: A. data collection is more important than formulating the question. User: Which of the following is a true statement? A. The researcher should not adjust the topic focus as he or she begins reading. B. The research focus may change as the reader begins to delve into the topic. C. Most of the time, a research topic focus remains the same throughout the process. D. Focusing the research topic is less important than finding good source ... (More)
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An important factor in choosing a research topic is A. its interest level. B. its entertainment value. C. its cultural significance. D. the purpose of the project.
Weegy: The answer is A. its interest level. User: A research question should A. outline the first subtopic of the research paper. B. not be concerned with the synthesis part of the process. C. focus on providing a basic definition with a word like "what." D. emphasize analysis by using words such as "how" or "why." Weegy: A research question should emphasize analysis by using words such as "how" or "why." User: Which of the following topics would be BEST suited for a research paper? A. American and human rights, including women's rights and civil rights B. Elizabeth Cady Stanton's role in the women's suffrage movement in America C. The impact of soul music on the civil rights movement in America D. How African Americans and others carried out the civil rights movement Weegy: The best topic is C. The impact of soul music on the civil rights movement in America User: A good research plan A. involves the library. B. begins with a question. C. requires Internet access. D. covers as much material as possible. Weegy: D. covers as much material as possible User: When considering whether your question is appropriately narrowed, you should ask yourself “when?” to determine whether A. the time period in which the event or events happened would be of interest to your audience. B. the event or events happened recently enough in history that there is sufficient data available to research. C. the time period in question is limited to something that could be covered in the scope of a research paper. D. the time available to write, edit, and publish your research paper is enough to cover your selected topic. Weegy: When considering whether your question is appropriately narrowed, you should ask yourself “when?” to determine whether: D. the time available to write, edit, and publish your research paper is enough to cover your selected topic. User: Which of the following is an example ... (More)
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Ideas for research topics A. are best found in libraries. B. are mostly found in news stories. C. can come from just about anywhere. D. should not come from watching television.
Weegy: C. can come from just about anywhere. User: A good research paper relies on A. the careful gathering of statistics. B. a sweeping look at an impressive topic. C. an attempt to make a boring topic interesting. D. finding a good question to ask about an issue. Weegy: A) User: To synthesize information means to A. read or view it objectively. B. take it apart and examine it. C. eliminate it as irrelevant or extraneous. D. put it together in a new, coherent form. Weegy: D. put it together in a new, coherent form. User: Which of the following is an example of a research topic that is too narrow? A. The evolution of technique in hip-hop B. The New School wave in hip-hop music C. The use of an audio mixer in hip-hop music D. How technology has influenced hip-hop music Weegy: C User: Which of the following research topics is too broad? A. The music industry has a long and colorful history and includes many types of companies and professionals who create, market, and sell music of all genres. B. Record labels first rose to prominence in the mid-twentieth century and became the largest player in the music business; today, they have less importance in the industry. C. The life of a rock band's tour manager can be challenging and sometimes difficult, but it is never dull. D. With the emergence of the Internet and digital media files, consumers and music lovers now have immediate access to music made by artists around the world. Weegy: D. With the emergence of the Internet and digital media files, consumers and music lovers now have immediate access to music made by artists around the world. User: The questions “who,” “where,” and “how” can be used to A. ensure that your topic is specific enough. B. help you determine your general topic. C. enable you to create a strong thesis statement. D. keep you from limiting yourself too much in topic selection. Weegy: ... (More)
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