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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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A guided debriefing and case study analysis follow the simulation, allowing students a comfortable learning environment to learn beginning competencies in communication with socioeconomically vulnerable populations.
Taking the case study analysis one step further, Aydin provides a chapter relevant to ongoing intervention debates in countries like Syria.
This research is unique in its case study analysis of the collective impact of five colleges that differ with respect to Carnegie Classification, control type, enrollment size, and selectivity.
The discourse styles of two groups of students, one more successful and one less successful, completing a one-week case study analysis task were examined.
Beck, 1994; Starratt, 1994; Strike, Haller, & Solstice, 1988) they have advocated a multiparadigm approach to case study analysis.
It's a case study analysis of what happens when politicians are ruled by feelings instead of facts.
A self-advocacy plan for high school students with learning disabilities: A comparative case study analysis of students', teachers', and parents' perceptions of program effects.
Through a case study analysis, this article addresses two fundamental issues.
Once the relevant market data has been located through this search procedure, a case study analysis can be performed to analyze the extent to which the environmental condition of the subject property may have adversely impacted its value due to the risk effects, or environmental stigma.
This book should be required reading for anyone involved with case study analysis.
However, case study analysis demonstrates that practitioners share many problems in common.
They write a descriptive, yet interpretative, narrative that is void of case study analysis.