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Sample Paper for MA Education First (1st) Year – Research Methods in EducationItsMyAcademy.com

Sample Paper for MA Education First (1st) Year – Research Methods in Education

MASTER OF ARTS (EDUCATION), YEAR-I

RESEARCH METHODS IN EDUCATION

Time: 3 hours                                                                                                  M.Marks:60

Note: – Attempt any 5 questions.

All questions carry equal marks.

 Q1.      Compare and explain Quantitative and Qualitative research.

Q2.      Explain some emerging trends in educational research?

Q3.      What are the Meaning and Determinants of Personality?

Q4.     Discuss the various methods of sampling? What are the characteristics of good sample?

Q5.      Discuss the various methods of sampling

Q6.      Explain the Trait Theory?

Q7.      Explain Skinner’s operant conditioning theory?

Q8.      Discuss the Concept of motivation. Explain Murray’s Need theory?

Q9.      Write notes on the following (any two) a) Hull’s reinforcement theory b) Lawin’s field theory c) Gagne’s hierarchy of learning theory  

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  • Snigdha bhanja deo
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    Which type of question ill prepared for Ma education,in distance course under utkal university? I want to see last year sample question papers.