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Descriptive Case Study

In: Encyclopedia of Case Study Research

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Edited by: Albert J. Mills, Gabrielle Durepos & Elden Wiebe Published: 2010
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A descriptive case study is one that is focused and detailed, in which propositions and questions about a phenomenon are carefully scrutinized and articulated at the outset. This articulation of what is already known about the phenomenon is called a descriptive ...

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