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Lessons from a Popular Case Study

This post is part of a series to explore lessons learned from qualitative research articles published in 2017 SAGE journals.   The term case study has many definitions. Case study can describe a type of research-based writing that is often used as an instructional tool. Or, it might refer generally to ways of looking at an example: […]

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Malcolm Tight on the Power of Case Studies

Professor Malcolm Tight directs the doctoral program in the Department of Education Research at Lancaster University and is the author of Understanding Case Study Research: Small-scale Research with Meaning. That book, released by SAGE Publishing in January, offers a cross-disciplinary explanation of the types of case studies and their use. *** Case study research is often […]

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Methods in Action: Teaching Using Case Studies

ong a staple of business schools, the case study has shown an affinity for teaching research methodology, too. Just ask MethodSpace’s own Janet Salmons, who in addition to being a blogger here is the dissertation chair and qualitative methodologist for Walden University, co-director of Path to Publishing – and the author of the SAGE Research […]

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