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ETROY CJ3375 quiz 3

Question 1

 

Every variable should have two important qualities; their attributes should be exhaustive as well as mutually exclusive.

Answer

[removed]True

[removed]False

Question 2

 

Professor Newvine gives an exam on Monday.  On Wednesday, she gives the same class the same exam.  What was the purpose of this exercise?

Answer

[removed]

a.

to establish precision

[removed]

b.

to establish reliability

[removed]

c.

to establish a student’s knowlege

[removed]

d.

to establish validity.

 

Question 3

 

The NCVS is designed to represent _________ levels of victimization.

Answer

[removed]

a.

local

[removed]

b.

national

[removed]

c.

statewide

[removed]

d.

none of the above

 

Question 4

 

UCR crime data is reported broken down into how many parts?

Answer

[removed]

a.

one

[removed]

b.

two

[removed]

c.

three

[removed]

d.

four

 

Question 5

 

The most widely known victim survey is the

Answer

[removed]

a.

DAWN.

[removed]

b.

NCVS.

[removed]

c.

NIBRS.

[removed]

d.

UCR.

 

Question 6

 

Age of an offender is an example of which level of measurement?

Answer

[removed]

a.

interval.

[removed]

b.

nominal.

[removed]

c.

ordinal.

[removed]

d.

ratio.

 

Question 7

 

Ordinal measures are variables whose attributes may be logically rank-ordered.

Answer

[removed]True

[removed]False

 

Question 8

 

When compared with the UCR, which measure has the chance to provide greater detail to a broader range of offenses?

Answer

[removed]

a.

DAWN

[removed]

b.

Monitoring the Future

[removed]

c.

NIBRS

[removed]

d.

NCVS

 

Question 9

 

Ranks in the local police department represent what level of measurement?

Answer

[removed]

a.

interval

[removed]

b.

nominal

[removed]

c.

ordinal

[removed]

d.

ratio

 

Question 10

 

The primary difference between interval and the ratio level of variables is that

Answer

[removed]

a.

interval is rarely used.

[removed]

b.

with interval there is an absolute meaning of zero.

[removed]

c.

with ratio there is an absolute meaning of zero.

[removed]

d.

none of the above

Question 11

 

The assignment of grades by a professor to major research papers is an example of

Answer

[removed]

a.

conceptualization.

[removed]

b.

measurement.

[removed]

c.

operationalization.

[removed]

d.

validity.

 

1 points  

Question 12

 

Crimes must at a minimum have an offender, becasue without an offender there is no crime.

Answer

[removed]True

[removed]False

 

Question 13

 

Concepts are

Answer

[removed]

a.

empirical measurements.

[removed]

b.

hypotheses.

[removed]

c.

mental images.

[removed]

d.

variables.

Question 14

 

The UCR accounts for all types of crime, even those crimes that are not observed.

Answer

[removed]True

[removed]False

Question 15

 

The main difference between the UCR and NIBRS is

Answer

[removed]

a.

reporting each crime incident rather than reporting the total number of certain crimes for each law enforcement agency.

[removed]

b.

the method of gathering data.

[removed]

c.

the name of the crime report.

[removed]

d.

nothing, they are the same report.

 

Question 16

 

Researchers must decide on offenses, units and purposes before specifying measures of crimes.

Answer

[removed]True

[removed]False

 

Question 17

 

The types of crime measured almost exclusively  by local police are

Answer

[removed]

a.

corporate crime.

[removed]

b.

immigration violations.

[removed]

c.

traffic offenses.

[removed]

d.

none of the above   Question 18

 

A __________________ asks people whether or not they have been the victim of a crime.

Answer

[removed]

a.

computer-based survey.

[removed]

b.

random survey.

[removed]

c.

self-report survey.

[removed]

d.

victim survey.

 

Question 19

 

Sometimes it is necessary to make the same measurement more than once, which is known as:

Answer

[removed]

a.

face validity.

[removed]

b.

inter-rater reliability.

[removed]

c.

split-half method.

[removed]

d.

test-retest method.

 

Question 20

 

Measuring religious affiliation by asking respondents to indicate if they are Catholic, Jewish, Protestant, or Muslim would be using the ___________level of measurement.

Answer

[removed]

a.

interval

[removed]

b.

nominal

[removed]

c.

ordinal

[removed]

d.

ratio

 

 Question 1

 

Every variable should have two important qualities; their attributes should be exhaustive as well as mutually exclusive.

Answer

[removed]True

[removed]False

Question 2

 

Professor Newvine gives an exam on Monday.  On Wednesday, she gives the same class the same exam.  What was the purpose of this exercise?

Answer

[removed]

a.

to establish precision

[removed]

b.

to establish reliability

[removed]

c.

to establish a student’s knowlege

[removed]

d.

to establish validity.

 

Question 3

 

The NCVS is designed to represent _________ levels of victimization.

Answer

[removed]

a.

local

[removed]

b.

national

[removed]

c.

statewide

[removed]

d.

none of the above

 

Question 4

 

UCR crime data is reported broken down into how many parts?

Answer

[removed]

a.

one

[removed]

b.

two

[removed]

c.

three

[removed]

d.

four

 

Question 5

 

The most widely known victim survey is the

Answer

[removed]

a.

DAWN.

[removed]

b.

NCVS.

[removed]

c.

NIBRS.

[removed]

d.

UCR.

 

Question 6

 

Age of an offender is an example of which level of measurement?

Answer

[removed]

a.

interval.

[removed]

b.

nominal.

[removed]

c.

ordinal.

[removed]

d.

ratio.

 

Question 7

 

Ordinal measures are variables whose attributes may be logically rank-ordered.

Answer

[removed]True

[removed]False

 

Question 8

 

When compared with the UCR, which measure has the chance to provide greater detail to a broader range of offenses?

Answer

[removed]

a.

DAWN

[removed]

b.

Monitoring the Future

[removed]

c.

NIBRS

[removed]

d.

NCVS

 

Question 9

 

Ranks in the local police department represent what level of measurement?

Answer

[removed]

a.

interval

[removed]

b.

nominal

[removed]

c.

ordinal

[removed]

d.

ratio

 

Question 10

 

The primary difference between interval and the ratio level of variables is that

Answer

[removed]

a.

interval is rarely used.

[removed]

b.

with interval there is an absolute meaning of zero.

[removed]

c.

with ratio there is an absolute meaning of zero.

[removed]

d.

none of the above

Question 11

 

The assignment of grades by a professor to major research papers is an example of

Answer

[removed]

a.

conceptualization.

[removed]

b.

measurement.

[removed]

c.

operationalization.

[removed]

d.

validity.

 

1 points  

Question 12

 

Crimes must at a minimum have an offender, becasue without an offender there is no crime.

Answer

[removed]True

[removed]False

 

Question 13

 

Concepts are

Answer

[removed]

a.

empirical measurements.

[removed]

b.

hypotheses.

[removed]

c.

mental images.

[removed]

d.

variables.

Question 14

 

The UCR accounts for all types of crime, even those crimes that are not observed.

Answer

[removed]True

[removed]False

Question 15

 

The main difference between the UCR and NIBRS is

Answer

[removed]

a.

reporting each crime incident rather than reporting the total number of certain crimes for each law enforcement agency.

[removed]

b.

the method of gathering data.

[removed]

c.

the name of the crime report.

[removed]

d.

nothing, they are the same report.

 

Question 16

 

Researchers must decide on offenses, units and purposes before specifying measures of crimes.

Answer

[removed]True

[removed]False

 

Question 17

 

The types of crime measured almost exclusively  by local police are

Answer

[removed]

a.

corporate crime.

[removed]

b.

immigration violations.

[removed]

c.

traffic offenses.

[removed]

d.

none of the above   Question 18

 

A __________________ asks people whether or not they have been the victim of a crime.

Answer

[removed]

a.

computer-based survey.

[removed]

b.

random survey.

[removed]

c.

self-report survey.

[removed]

d.

victim survey.

 

Question 19

 

Sometimes it is necessary to make the same measurement more than once, which is known as:

Answer

[removed]

a.

face validity.

[removed]

b.

inter-rater reliability.

[removed]

c.

split-half method.

[removed]

d.

test-retest method.

 

Question 20

 

Measuring religious affiliation by asking respondents to indicate if they are Catholic, Jewish, Protestant, or Muslim would be using the ___________level of measurement.

Answer

[removed]

a.

interval

[removed]

b.

nominal

[removed]

c.

ordinal

[removed]

d.

ratio

 

 

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