Question: What is a case in case study?

A case study is a qualitative research approach where multiple methods of data collection are used for a detailed examination of a single case. A case is a single unit in a study. Multiple research methods are used. Cases are intensively explored in-depth, retrospectively, currently and sometimes over time.

How do you write a case study case?

There are usually eight sections in a case study:Synopsis/Executive Summary. Outline the purpose of the case study. Findings. Identify the problems found in the case by: Discussion. Summarise the major problem/s. Conclusion. Recommendations. Implementation. References. Appendices (if any)

What is case study introduction?

The introduction to a case study research paper, however, should not only describe the research problem and its significance, but you should also succinctly describe why the case is being used and how it relates to addressing the problem.

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