Multiple Case Study Analysis

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Abstract

Examining situational complexity is a vital part of social and behavioral science research. This engaging text provides an effective process for studying multiple cases—such as sets of teachers, staff development sessions, or clinics operating in different locations—within one complex program. The process also can be used to investigate broadly occurring phenomena without programmatic links, such as leadership or sibling rivalry. Readers learn to design, analyze, and report studies that balance common issues across the group of cases with the unique features and context of each case. Three actual case reports from a transnational early childhood program illustrate the author's approach, and helpful reproducible worksheets facilitate multicase recording and analysis.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Place of PublicationNew York
PublisherGuilford Press
Number of pages342
ISBN (Print)9781593852481, 9781593852498
StatePublished - Oct 24 2005

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