The survey asked an open-ended question
about financial challenges faced by the respondents, who were asked either to check a box indicating that they faced no financial challenges or to describe in "a couple of words (150 character max)" to describe the main financial challenges or concerns facing them or their families.
In Figure 1, a student whose response exemplifies poor application introduces his or her answer by shuffling or restating the words from the open-ended question
counts as an open-ended question
, even though it is not technically an interrogative.
In an open-ended question
about their experience with the program, nearly all the responses were negatives, according to the AMA.
On the open-ended question
, 1% specifically name Libertarian Party candidate Bob Barr and 1% name Ralph Nader, who is running as an independent this year after unsuccessful presidential bids in 1996, 2000, and 2004.
An example of an open-ended question
would be: "Tell me about your headaches.
When asked in an open-ended question
to describe the typical mock trial student, not one coach used words such as "team player," "cooperative," "collaborative," or the like.
foreign policy to a critique of global capital to the depoliticization of art to an open-ended question
about the possibility of a global left She argues that if we want to fiercely critique how power works, we must explore these seemingly disconnected events and discourses I purposely say "we" because she seems to be speaking to the already converted, to those who are already convinced that there must be a global leftist political project to transform the world.
Respond with an open-ended question
in the space provided.
I suppose, in the face of significant workplace problems, a lunch scene like the one you described might lower your threshold to asking this kind of open-ended question
This aspect of the open-ended question
technique may help investigators because every lie forecloses avenues by which suspects may later try to defend themselves.
One open-ended question
asked each respondent's perspective for America's future and its citizenry.