This quiz consists of the question of paper 1 of UGC NET conducted on 28 Aug 2016. This quiz is helpful for aspiring candidates of UGC NET and other competitive exams.
Survey of related studies, Introduction, Design of the study, Data-Analysis and interpretation, Conclusions and generalizations, suggested further study, References, Appendix
Introduction, Design of study, Data Analysis and Interpretation, Generalizations, Conclusions and Survey of related studies and suggestions for further research, References and Appendix
Introduction, Survey of related studies, Design of study, Data-presentation; analysis & Interpretation, Formulation of generalization & Conclusions, Suggestions for further research, References & Appendix
Survey of related studies, References, Introduction, Design of study, Data analysis and interpretation, Conclusions and generalizations, Suggestions for further research, Appendix
Actual settings are the direct source of data.
Data take the forms of words or pictures.
Seeking to establish relationships among measured social facts.
Researcher becomes immersed in the situation, present or past related to the phenomena.
Conference and Seminar Papers
Defining and delimiting the scope of research.
Problem formulation and reporting of research findings.
Defining the population and deciding the sampling technique for research.
Deciding about statistical techniques and data analysis.
the self, selected methods of communication and the message.
the audience, the noise and the reception.
the feedback, the technology and the audience experience.
the communication channel, other communicators, and external factors.
Inspiration, controversy and introspection
Diversion, criticism and irrationality
Insipidity, irrationality, and non-acceptance
Power, structure and tradition
Facial expression, cultural space and seating arrangement
Speed of utterance, feel good factor and acoustics
High sound, physical ambience and teacher-learner distance
Facial expression, kinesics and personal space
Opinionation, stare and glare and interruptions
Aggressive questioning, continuous cues and frequent movement
Me-too-ism, glancing sideways, and offering advice
Acknowledgement of thoughts, reflection, and asking open-ended questions
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