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case study

the study of a single instance of a phenomenon either for its own sake (e.g. a particular person or a strike), or as an exemplar or PARADIGM case of a general phenomenon, perhaps as a test of a general proposition (e.g. de TOCQUEVILLE's study of America, 1835-40).
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Via the above two case examples is our answer to your question on how to position your BSBA program according to students' and parents' goals.
A case example relevant to working with first-generation students is given to assist in practical application of the theory.
As we have tried to demonstrate in our case example of Don, counselors must be wary of the impact of several variables (e.
Below, we present an illustrative case example on the use of a short story novel to teach psychiatric illness to a class of 17 graduate students taking a class in psychopathology.
After a brief review of pertinent embryological factors, a case example is used to illustrate the framework for assessment.
By using a real case example in the form of Microtronic's acquisition of PI-AC in the hearing instrument industry, the work is made accessible for both researcher and practitioner.
In this regard, it is significant that his second major case example, Tanzania, exemplifies fully only the commitment to high modernism and very partially the authoritarian state components of his general formulation.
The fact that the students were creating their own home pages perhaps provided the best case example of all.
Also provided are chapters on basic information, subtypes, comorbid conditions and differential diagnosis, epidemiology, theories on etiology and maintenance, assessment, diagnosis, clinical evaluation, evidence-based treatment, and case formulation, as well as a case example.
The core competencies of the Resilient Therapist are outlined, with a case example providing an illustration of how RT can be applied.
The model, illustrated through an HR case example, serves as a practical system for assessing the impact of values and beliefs and intentionality on ethical dilemmas.