Case Study Research in Practice explores the author's practical and uniquely personal approach to the theory and practice of case study research. Author Helen Simons draws on her extensive experience in conducting and teaching case study research to provide a comprehensive and insightful account of the process of conducting case study that tackles common misconceptions and addresses the questions often raised by students. Including examples and summary memos the author has created a dynamic text that presents readers with choices and challenges to inform the conduct of their case research.
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About the Author
Helen Simons is Professor Emeritus of Education and Evaluation, University of Southampton
Table of Contents
PART ONE: GETTING STARTEDEvolution and Concept of Case Study ResearchPlanning, Designing, Gaining AccessListen, Look, Document: Methods in Case Study ResearchPART TWO: IN THE FIELDWho Are They? Studying OthersWho Are We? Studying Our 'Self 'Whose Data Are They? Ethics in Case Study ResearchMid-term LetterPART THREE: MAKING SENSEBegin at the Beginning: Analysis and InterpretationFrom Data to Story: Examples in PracticePART FOUR: TELLING THE STORYStart at Any Point: Reporting and WritingDispelling Myths in Case Study Research