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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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Table 5 summarizes the case study analysis approach using the Security TC as an example.
It includes a) an evidence-based simulation model developed by the Missouri Association for Community Action titled Community Action Poverty Simulation[C], b) structured debriefing, c) case study analysis, and d) reflective practice.
In addition, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recently conducted a site visit to NANM to perform a case study analysis on NANM's unique model.
Dialysis and fatigue: Implications for nurses-a case study analysis. MEDSURG Nursing, 21(3), 158-175.
The leader can then finish up with the key reason the case study analysis will be of use in the future.
The book closes strongly with a case study analysis as a test of Aydin's theory.
Nevarez (educational leadership, California State U., Sacramento), Wood, and Penrose connect the six competencies of the American Association of Community Colleges--organizational strategy, resource management, communication, collaboration, advocacy, and professionalism--to leadership theory, case study analysis, and leadership inventories.
As a case study analysis of specific countries from Asia, the Americas, and elsewhere, this volume did a thorough job of methodologically analyzing the use of ICT by migrants.
Elizabeth Aversa and Steven MacCall present a case study analysis of the online delivery option for the MLIS degree at the University of Alabama SLIS; this online option has a 90%+ retention rate over the first five years of being offered and Aversa and MacCall identify the design characteristics responsible for this success.
We will illustrate this typology by means of a multiple case study analysis. Main research questions are:
Whilst others such as Torben Moe later adapted Bonny's GIM method for people with schizophrenia, Grocke showed great attention in this research to contra-indications of conditions and the music listened to, as well as to the specific positive effects or important 'pivotal moments' that occur in her case study analysis across seven case studies.
"While last year's conference attracted record-breaking 250 attendees, this year's event has been expanded to include more client-led presentations and case study analysis opening up new avenues of opportunity."