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Robert K. Yin revised draft, 10/1/04 1 CASE STUDY METHODS Robert K. Yin COSMOS Corporation By now, the case study method has attained routine status as a viable method for
1 Introduction The case study is but one of several ways of doing social science research. Other ways include experiments, surveys, histories, and the analysis of ar
Yin (1984:23) defines the case study research method “as an empirical inquiry that investigates a contemporary phenomenon within its real-life context; when the boundaries between phenomenon and context are not
The type of analysis engaged in will depend on the type of case study. Yin briefly describes five techniques for analysis: pattern matching, linking data to propositions, explanation building, time-series analysis, logic models, and cross-case
94 Rezensionen times invites the reader to flip through the pages, but it is a helpful tool kit on how to proceed in conducting a case study. There is a similar effect in chapter 4 where the
163 The Weekly Qualitative Report July 6, 2009 prejudice. Although these symptoms are prevalent in other methodologies, Yin believes they are less frequently overcome in case study research methodology.
According to Yin (1994) the case study design must have five components: the research question(s), its propositions, its unit(s) of analysis, a determination of how the data are linked to the propositions and criteria to interpret the findings.
2 Methods in Case Study Analysis by Linda T. Kohn, Ph.D. Preface This technical report is based on a panel discussion conducted at the 1996 meeting of the
Case Study Method About this Document: • This document deals with the basics dealing with the case study method. • The primary work which has been used for this document is the book called “The Case Study
108 CASE STUDY RESEARCH 2. Excellent suggestions regarding the ways of verifying documentary evidence, including the nontrivial problem of determining the actual author of a document, are offered by Barzun
5 Yin, Robert K. (2003). Case Study Research: Design and Methods.Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications. What is the Process for Conducting a Case Study? The process for conducting case study research follows the same general process as is
The first stage is to decide whether case studies can be useful for a spe-cific kind of investigation. There are three factors that determine the best re-
2(14) A case study is expected to capture the complexity of a single case, and the methodology which enables this has developed within the social sciences.
Authoritative References Yin, Robert K. “Case Study Research: Design and Methods”, 4th ed. Thousand Oaks, Calif : Sage Publications, c2009.
Yin, in . Case Study Research Design and Methods (2003, p. 13), defines case study research as “an empirical inquiry that investigates a contemporary phenomenon within its real-life context, especially when the boundaries between phenomenon and context are not clearly
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Study Questions Yin, Case Study Research, 2nd ed. Political Science 5335 Problems in Research Methodology Southwest Texas State University Patricia M. Shields
Robert Yin tried to define a case study, as part of his defense of the method, as an attempt to examine: (a) a contemporary phenomenon in its real life context, especially when; (b) the boundaries between phenomenon and context are not clearly evident. 2
NURSERESEARCHER 2010, 17, 3 41 issues in research Clarifying case study research: examples from practice Dympna Casey and Catherine Houghton explore the use of
1 Case Studies February 11, 2004 Definition of a case study •A research strategy that focusees on exploration of a complex phenomenon and related context
Author(s) Tham, Kine Yin Title Study Of Command And Control (C&C) Structures on Integrating Unmanned Autonomous Systems (UAS) into Manned Environments ... The thesis also explored a case study based on STARFISH Project by the Acoustic Research Laboratory (ARL), a
3. Design of the Study and Case Selection 42 of data collection instruments can be applied, such as observation or interviews with people currently involved in the event.
1986), case study design (Yin, 1981, 1984; Mc- Clintock et al., 1979), and ethnography (Van Maanen, 1988). To a large extent, Glaser and Strauss (1967) focused on defending building theory from cases, rather than on how actually to do it. Thus, while ...
case study, we sought to integrate Yin’s case study protocol and Stake’s issues in this study. To do this, we distinguished between the protocol’s initial questions, which were informational in nature and similar to Stake’s topical questions, and the issues identified
Qualitative case study research: A research project on employee participation in the Malaysian private sector Balakrishnan Parasuraman School of Management and Marketing
3– 1 Chapter 3 Study Design and Methodology 3.1. Introduction This study conducted exploratory and descriptive research on the creation of a specific
nuances that you might encounter when customizing your own case study (refer to Yin, 2009a, to obtain a full rendition of the entire method). Besides discussing case study design, data collection, and analysis, the refresher
Yin RK (2003) Case study research. Design and methods, 3rd edn. London, Sage Zelkowitz MV, Wallace RW (1998) Experimental models for validating technology. IEEE Comput 31(5): 23–31 Per Runeson is a Professor in Software Engineering at Lund University, Sweden, and is the academic leader
1 Implementation of Realism in Case Study Research Methodology Authors Michael Christie Pat Rowe Chad Perry John Chamard Queensland University
Yin (1984:23) defines the case study research method “as an empirical inquiry that investigates a contemporary phenomenon within its real-life context; when the boundaries between phenomenon and context are not clearly evident ...
According to Yin there are there types of case study research exploratory, descriptive, and explanatory. Researchers in business related subjects sometimes limit case studies to the exploratory use. For example ...
used to test theories but, instead, to build case study propositions (Yin, 2009). Proposition development, begun as researchers inductively develop the direction they take in a study (rather than deductively presup-posing a hypothesis and testing it during the study),
Technology Innovation Management Review March 2012 www.timreview.ca 9 Towards More Case Study Research in Entrepreneurship Tom Duxbury Introduction
Yin, R.K. (2003). Case Study Research: Design and Methods (Third Edition). Sage Publications. Other Design ConsiderationsOther Design Considerations Case selection
Yin (1989:19) prefers the case study for examining contemporary events when the relevant behaviors cannot be reasonably manipulated for scientific research. Singleton, Straits, & Straits (1993:317) also recommend case studies when the item under study is a single social phenomena
5. Analyzing Case Study Evidence: How to StartYour Analysis, YourAnalytic Choices, and How They Work An Analytic Strategy: More Than Familiarity
Chapter 6 6-1 CHAPTER 6: Case Study Background Research problem Chapter 1 Analysis of existing theory Chapter 3 Theory gap NO Not applicable Deduction of new
WHAT IS A CASE STUDY? A case study is a type of qualitative, descriptive research that takes an in depth look at a “case.” ... (Yin, 1988, p. 16). Case analyses look for patterns and themes across a number of case studies. ADVANTAGES:
FIELD METHODSMeyer / CASE STUDY METHODOLOGY A Case in Case Study Methodology CHRISTINE BENEDICHTE MEYER Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration
Case Study Case study means conducting an em-pirical investigation of a contempo-rary phenomenon within its natural context using multiple sources of
Yin (Case Study Research – Design and Methods, Sage, 2003) lists six different types of structure: 1. Linear analytic: this is a very common approach, and adopts the viewpoint of the researcher, dealing with issue/problem being studied, literature review, methods used,
External validity tests whether a study’s findings are generalisable beyond the immediate case study (Yin, 2003). External validity is a major barrier in conducting case studies (Yin, 2003). As mentioned previously, a case study relies on analytic generalisation.
Yin, R. (1984) Case study research. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications. Kathleen M. Eisenhardt (Ph.D., Stanford University) is Assistant Professor at Stanford University.
The Case Study Crisis: Some Answers Robert K. Yin Administrative Science Quarterly ,Vol. 26, No. 1. (Mar., 1981), pp. 58-65. Stable URL: http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0001-8392%28198103%2926%3A1%3C58%3ATCSCSA%3E2.0.CO%3B2-H
What is a case study? A case study is an empirical inquiry that • investigates a contemporary phenomenon within its real-life context, especially when
The Case study Method: From a Coherency Architect's Point of View Why this method is Important ... case study technique. Yin is of the opinion that the quantitative data if the quantitative data has to
Case study research: a five stage model George Onofrei* Letterkenny Institute of Technology Port Road, Letterkenny, Donegal County, Ireland ... Yin, R. (2004) Case Study Methods, American Educational Research Association, Washington DC. Title: Ireland and the European Union: Lessons for Romania
and with what result’ (Schramn 1971 cited in Yin 1984:23) z ‘A case study is an empirical inquiry that investigates a contemporary phenomenon within its real-life context; when the boundaries between phenomenon and context are not clearly evident;
Yin (2003a) identified case study as the preferred research strategy when the phenomenon and the context are not readily distinguishable. Highlighting that Yin’s definition does not capture one of the discernible
1 Building theories from case study research: the progressive case study [004-0204] Harm-Jan Steenhuis College of Business and Public Administration,