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Case study research : design and methods / Robert K. Yin.

By: Yin, Robert K.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: California : SAGE Publications, Inc., 2014Edition: Fifth edition.Description: xxviii, 282 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781452242569 (pbk.).Subject(s): Case method | Social Sciences -- Research -- Methodology | Research Design | Social Sciences -- MethodsDDC classification: 300.722 YIN Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
Getting started: how to know whether and when to use the case study as a research method Designing case studies: identifying your case(s) and establishing the logic on your case study Preparing to collect case study evidence: what you need to do before starting to collect case study data Collecting case study evidence: the principles you should follow in working with six sources of evidence Analyzing case study evidence: how to start your analysis, your analytic choices, and how they work Reporting case studies: how and what to compose Appendix A: A note on the uses of case study research in psychology Appendix B: A note on the uses of case study research in evaluations Appendix C: Index of individual case studies (cited in BOXES or from expanded case study materials).
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 243-257) and index.

Getting started: how to know whether and when to use the case study as a research method
Designing case studies: identifying your case(s) and establishing the logic on your case study
Preparing to collect case study evidence: what you need to do before starting to collect case study data
Collecting case study evidence: the principles you should follow in working with six sources of evidence
Analyzing case study evidence: how to start your analysis, your analytic choices, and how they work
Reporting case studies: how and what to compose
Appendix A: A note on the uses of case study research in psychology
Appendix B: A note on the uses of case study research in evaluations
Appendix C: Index of individual case studies (cited in BOXES or from expanded case study materials).

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