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Serendipity Pattern

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The term serendipity is used in case study methodology to describe chance observations by astute observers that lead to new knowledge. Serendipitous findings, sometimes called happy accidents, are considered by some to be the source of researchers' “Eureka!” moments. Robert Merton ...

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