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Case study methods

Author: Hamel, Jacques ; Dufour, Stéphane ; Fortin, Dominique Series: Qualitative research methods ; 32 Publisher: Sage, 1993.Language: EnglishDescription: 77 p. : Graphs ; 18 cm.ISBN: 0803954166Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references
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Book Europe Campus
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Print H62 .Q83 32 H34 1993
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Available 001222755
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Includes bibliographical references


Case Study Methods Contents Editors' Introduction Acknowledgments 1. The Case Study: Differing Perspectives Brief History of the Case Study in Anthropology and Sociology 2. Conflict of Methods 3. The Current Debate on the Case Study The Problem of the Theory and of Its Validation A Few Considerations on the Movement From Local to Global 4. The Case Study: Practical Comments and Guidance Definition of the Object of Study Selecting the Ideal Case to Grasp the Object of Study The Wealth of Empirical Materials Problems in the Writing Constructing the Explanation 5. Thematic Bibliography for the Case Study Contents of the Thematic Bibliography for the Case Study A. History of the Case Study Approach: French and American Schools B. Case Study Approach C. Fieldwork D. On the Micro/Macro Distinction: Local Versus Global E. Description: Problems and Methods F. Supplement About the Authors vii 1 2 18 28 28 34 40 41 43 45 46 48 51 53 53 60 65 70 73 75 77

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