Proquest research library, academic search, and lexis nexis academic

Question 1 of 20
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ProQuest Research Library, Academic Search, and Lexis Nexis Academic are examples of sources that are considered:

A. reference works.

 

B. online databases.

 

C. the World Wide Web.

 

D. government documents.

 

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Question 2 of 20
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A good resource person to go to when asking help in conducting research is a(an):

A. Internet expert.

 

B. TV reporter.

 

C. librarian.

 

D. insurance agent.

 

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Question 3 of 20
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About.com is considered a (an):

A. general search engine.

 

B. personal Web site.

 

C. subject directory.

 

D. an e-mail address.

 

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Question 5 of 20
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Personal interviews are good sources of supporting material for speeches because they add:

A. credibility.

 

B. seriousness.

 

C. entertainment.

 

D. purpose.

 

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Question 6 of 20
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An advantage of using media resources for researching your topic is:

A. you may listen to an expert in the subject area that you are interested in.

 

B. media resources may set you in a direction of research you did not expect.

 

C. watching a television or radio program may spark new ideas and perspectives.

 

D. All of the above answers choices are true.

 

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Question 7 of 20
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The most accessible and widely used source of information these days is the:

A. radio.

 

B. TV.

 

C. Internet.

 

D. cell phone.

 

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Question 8 of 20
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In planning to conduct research, it is very important to have and start with a (an):

A. time line.

 

B. strategy.

 

C. resource person.

 

D. Internet.

 

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Question 9 of 20
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When researching for supporting materials about the impact of violence in the media, it is a good idea to get assistance from this resource.

A. Television

 

B. Call-in radio

 

C. Librarian

 

D. Personal interview

 

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Question 10 of 20
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When planning a personal interview with a source, it is best to:

A. contact the interviewee in writing.

 

B. be mindful of the interviewee’s allotted time.

 

C. always remember to follow up by thanking the interviewee.

 

D. All of the above.

 

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Question 11 of 20
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In conducting a personal interview, setting limits on what will be covered should occur:

A. at the beginning of the interview.

 

B. in the middle of the interview.

 

C. at the end of the interview.

 

D. during the strategy stage.

 

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Question 12 of 20
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For Thomas to deliver an informative speech about global warming, it is best for him to use this supporting material.

A. Humorous story

 

B. Facts and statistics

 

C. Peer testimony

 

D. Personal story

 

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Question 13 of 20
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Believability of a speaker is highly dependent on supporting materials that are:

A. clear.

 

B. entertaining.

 

C. credible.

 

D. impactful.

 

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Question 14 of 20
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When using the Internet to conduct research, it is most important to:

A. get the most current information.

 

B. not spend too much time shopping online while researching.

 

C. evaluate carefully that the sources are reliable and credible.

 

D. realize it is the most time-saving method.

 

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Question 15 of 20
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Mandy interviewed a source who told about how she was illegally treated by the police. Using her information in the speech is an example of:

A. facts and statistics.

 

B. narrative.

 

C. testimony.

 

D. hypothetical example.

 

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Question 16 of 20
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An advantage of using narratives in your speech is that they:

A. explain abstract concepts.

 

B. calm emotions.

 

C. create excitement.

 

D. clarify technical ideas.

 

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Question 17 of 20
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Paul is delivering a speech on the hunger epidemic in the world. His speech could be helped with the use of:

A. facts and statistics.

 

B. narratives.

 

C. examples.

 

D. All of the above

 

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Question 18 of 20
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When using statistics to support a speech, it is best to do all of the following EXCEPT:

A. use statistics to quantify ideas.

 

B. use statistics to explain.

 

C. present statistics with charts or graphs so it is easier for listeners to grasp.

 

D. use a lot of statistics in a speech to make the speech exciting.

 

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Question 19 of 20
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When conducting research for supporting materials, it is imperative to remember:

A. there is one right source for certain information.

 

B. always to take notes and record.

 

C. always do a personal interview.

 

D. use only the most current source of information.

 

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Question 20 of 20
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A hypothetical example is:

A. a false example.

 

B. not real but can happen.

 

C. an example used to prove a hypothesis.

 

D. has no place in a speech.

 

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