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question

 [kwes´chun]
an utterance about something unknown, seeking knowledge or other response.
research question an interrogative phrase focused on what is to be described by a given research project and what relationships may be established.
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14) Moreover, the justices noted that "[t]his training is reflected in the reported cases involving deliberate questioning after invocation of Miranda rights" (15) and that "scholars have noticed a growing trend of such practices.
Social Work too can contribute to our understanding of questions and questioning by providing an outlet for further examination of these topics and by encouraging imaginative, risk-taking inquiry.
Developing critical thinking through probative questioning.
By examining varied aspects of suspects' lives and closely questioning each source of information, investigators can compile a witness list to later defend their choice of investigative techniques.
This questioning should uncover a weak corporate culture.
Re-working Information Literacy assignments with brainfriendly strategies can tap into students' values, provide an interesting context for research and model questioning synthesis.
After hearing and observing Mike's responses, users can plan a line of questioning to help them judge these verbal and nonverbal clues as truthful or deceptive.
This response confuses the attorney and breaks the chain of questioning.
14) Believing that the defendant's statement regarding his inability to afford an attorney was indicative of a misunderstanding of the right to appointed counsel that was not clarified by subsequent questioning, the court in Hoey concluded that the interrogating officer violated the defendant's State constitutional rights by continuing the interrogation.
The primary goal of the questioning is to obtain untainted information from the child that prosecutors can use in court proceedings.