Rationales of Multi Cases from interpertivist view

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    Saleh Ali
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    Hi all, 

    if multiple cases, from positivist point of view, enable a replication logic in which cases are treated as a series of experiments, each serving to confirm or disconfirm inferences drawn from the others (Yin, 1984), what is supposed to do from interpretivist point of view? is it just enhancing the generalisability?

    Regards, 

    Saleh

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