Research Methodology
Groups in Context - A's
Groups in Context - B's
Parenting and Caring
Individuals and Work

100

A problem, question or statement that one proposes to test is called…?

Hypothesis

100

What are the 4 “resources” which are also factors that affect access to services

Time, money, energy and knowledge

100

The 2011 Australian Census noted that same-sex couples accounted for only less than 1% (0.7%) of all couples in Australia.  True or False

TRUE

100

Most “primary carers” are men aged 55-64.  True or False?

FALSE (although the age group is the highest for both men and women)

100

WHS Act (2011) and Equal Employment Opportunity are examples of what “Workplace Structure”?

Legislation

200

SUBJECTIVE data that comes from research that collects thoughts about people’s beliefs, feelings, attitudes is what type of data?

Qualitative data

200

While it is difficult to pick 2 because of their diversity, what is the 2 priority needs for the disabled community?

Health and Education

200

Those born with genetic, hormonal and or physical features that may be typical of both male and female at one time are termed…

Intersex

200

A person who is under the care of someone else, including children and those cared for, is termed a…?

Dependant

200

What is the term for… a set of minimum employment standards that is specific for each industry or occupation?

Award

300

This one consideration of “ethical behaviour” hopes to assure confidentiality and anonymity.

Privacy

300

According to the Office of Youth, 1 out of every 100 young people are homeless.  True or False

TRUE

300

No it is not a mirage you see, it is actually the name of a not for profit organization that helps house, educate and counsel homeless youth.

OASIS

300

CROPMESS is an acronym for what regarding parents and carers?  It stands for: culture, religion, own upbringing, previous experience, multiple commitments, education, SES, Special needs.    

“Influences” on parents and carers

300

Young people in the workforce that are asked to complete a trial or probationary period MUST be paid.  True or False?

TRUE

400

A research method that requires the researcher to watch and record the behaviours of their subjects.

Observation

400

What factor/characteristic affecting access to services is referred to for someone with a disability not being able to afford to see a speech therapist?

Socio economic status

400

Homeless people performing in the Choir of Hard Knocks is an example of what “positive influence”?

Positive contribution to community attitudes

400

Surrogacy where a woman agrees, for NO financial gain, becomes pregnant and transfers full custody over is termed what kind of surrogacy?

“Altruistic” surrogacy.  Commercial surrogacy is for money and illegal in Australia

400

Once a young person has completed the “study” and then the “training” part of the process for a career they must learn to complete what final step?

Marketing yourself

500

What is step 10 in the research process, following step 9 which is “Presenting research findings” and comes before Step 11 – Drawing conclusions

Analysing research results

500

ReachOut offers valuable support to young people with depression and other mental health issues.  This is and example of what “type” of service?

Counselling

500

What are the 3 positive influences that come from “advocacy” for either Type B group?

Raising awareness, educating community, promoting rights of the group

500

At what convention in 1989 were the “rights of the child” set?

United Nations Convention (1989)

500

SHE SEAS VASE helps you remember the reasons people work.  What does the VASE stand for?

Values and Status, economic reasons