Gerring, J. (2007) Case Study Research Principles and.

Gerring, J. (2007) Case Study Research: Principles and Practices. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.. In this paper, we describe two mid-range theories that can explain why case management can help frail older people to remain at home, through the lens of capacity and social support.

The research findings of this study are in line with the literature and previous studies that argue that knowledge itself is an increasingly important source to competitive advantage, and a key to the success of modern organizations and creative higher education, strengthening the collective expertise, industry-service clusters, employees and competitiveness in global economy.

Gerring, J. (2007). Case Study Research Principles and.

A case study research paper usually examines a single subject of analysis, but case study papers can also be designed as a comparative investigation that shows relationships between two or more subjects. The methods used to study a case can rest within a quantitative, qualitative, or mixed-method investigative paradigm.To graduate students and researchers unfamiliar with case study methodology, there is often misunderstanding about what a case study is and how it, as a form of qualitative research, can inform professional practice or evidence-informed decision making in both clinical and policy realms.This paper aims to clarify the meaning, and explain the utility, of the case study method, a method often practiced but little understood. A “case study,” I argue, is best defined as an intensive study of a single unit with an aim to generalize across a larger set of units. Case studies rely on the same sort of covariational evidence utilized in non-case study research.


Single-Outcome Studies A Methodological Primer John Gerring Boston University abstract: Most methodological work on case studies understands this topic as a study of a case where the objective is to discover something about a broader popu-lation of cases. Yet, many case studies (so-called) do not assume this nomothetic.In particular, the article clarifies the general principles that might guide the process of case selection in case-study research. Cases are more or less representative of some broader phenomenon and, on that score, may be considered better or worse subjects for intensive analysis.

John Gerring Case Study Research: Principles and Practices aims to provide a general understanding of the case study method as well as specific tools for its successful implementation.

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Case Study Research: Principles and Practices provides a general understanding of the case study method as well as specific tools for its successful implementation. These tools are applicable in a variety of fields including anthropology, business and management, communications, economics, education, medicine, political science, psychology, social work, and sociology.

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Case Study Research: Principles and Practices aims to provide a general understanding of the case study method as well as specific tools for its successful implementation.

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The collection brings together methodological publications and publications which provide exemplars of case study. The methodological material provides both critical analyses of case study and those which champion its use, offering at the same time a chronological map of the development of case study from its earliest uses to today.

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Case-selection is the primordial task of the case study researcher, for in choosing cases one also sets out an agenda for studying those cases. This means that case selection and case analysis are intertwined to a much greater extent in case study research than in large-N cross-case analysis.

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George, Alexander L. and Andrew Bennett (2005): Case Studies and Theory Development in the Social Sciences. Cambridge: MIT Press: chap. 9. Gerring, John, and Rose McDermott (2007). An Experimental Template for Case Study Research. American Journal of Political Science 51 (3): 688-701.

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Yet, we argue that one gains purchase on the tasks of research design by integrating the criteria traditionally applied to experimental work to all research in the social sciences—including case study work, the focus of this article. Experimental research designs aim to achieve variation through time and across space while maintaining ceteris paribus assumptions, thus maximizing leverage.

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Case study research is variously referred to as a methodology, research design, method, research strategy, research approach, style of reasoning, and the like. 2 It is sometimes a matter of contention whether to label case study research in one way or another. In our view, these disputes are largely terminological. For example, those who deny that case study research is a method rely on a.

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A unified account of or case study research by john gerring. Mixed method as case study research and john gerring, pages. Aquarius, and contributes with a book review, chapter what is there is a general understanding of research quarterly. Principles and practices by the tools for social science, j gerring, pages available at book store. System of case study research working paper presentation.

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The function of your paper's conclusion is to: 1) restate the main argument supported by the findings from the analysis of your case; 2) clearly state the context, background, and necessity of pursuing the research problem using a case study design in relation to an issue, controversy, or a gap found from reviewing the literature; and, 3) provide a place for you to persuasively and succinctly.

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