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Frederick J Gravetter + 1 other

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781337613316

Chapter 13.3, Problem 7LO

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Define open-ended, restricted, and rating-scale questions; identify examples of these three types of questions; and describe the strengths and weaknesses of each.

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Open-ended, restricted and rating-scale questions, examples, strengths and weakness for each.

Open-ended questions are the questions which are free from any restrictions, that is, the participants respond in their own words. For example, what do you think about demonetization? In this example, the respondent has no restriction and he/she can reply in his/her own words. These questions are flexible to answer but this creates problem in statistical analysis as it is tough to interpret and summarize the response of open-ended questions.

Restricted questions are the questions which contains limited number of options such as true/false or multiple choices. For example, which mobile network provides better network?

- a) Airtel b) Vodafone c) Jio d) Idea

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