JADM250 Midterm Examination Assignment Project
Question 1.1. (TCO 1) The idea that knowledge generates power, and conversely, power generates knowledge, is called __________________.
the power continuum
the corruption of power
the knowledge/power dynamic
none of the above
Question 2.2. (TCO 1) What is the primary source of information on criminal victimization in the United States?
The Federal Bureau of Investigation
The National Crime Victimization Survey
The American Victimization Association
The National Department of Victims of Crime
The Department of Victimization
Question 3.3. (TCO 1) Nonreactive research is _____________.
a method that involves the collection and reanalysis of existing quantitative data
a nonreactive method used to examine the content, or information and symbols, contained in written documents or other communication media
the unobtrusive collection of data that have usually been left behind by others
a method that uses a written questionnaire or formal interview to gather quantitative data on the backgrounds, behaviors, beliefs, or attitudes of a large number of people or agencies
a method in which the researcher engages the natural environment of their subjects and strives for an up close, personal, and highly detailed understanding of the research subject’s culture
Question 4.4. (TCO 1) A method in which the researcher engages the natural environment of their subjects and strives for an up close, personal, and highly detailed understanding of the research
subject’s culture is called _________________.
ethnographic field research
Question 5.5. (TCO 1) Authority knowledge is ______________.
a basis of knowledge in which we rely on what someone in a position of authority says
a basis of knowledge in which we accept something as being true because of a long-running custom or belief
a basis of knowledge in which we rely on commonly accepted, ordinary reasoning
a basis of knowledge in which we rely on the media’s construction of the truth, which often relies on claims made by politicians and government officials
a basis of knowledge in which we rely on our own lived experiences