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A Promised Land
Applications of Case Study Researchav Robert K Yin669Skickas inom 7-10 vardagar.
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This book helps graduate students and seasoned researchers strengthen their own case study research and become more critical consumers of the case study research done by others. It presents a collection of 21 individual applications of the case study method, many shortened or re-written for this book. Following feedback from users of earlier editions of the book, the applications include a wide array of single-case studies, providing useful examples for solo researchers.
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New to This Edition:
- Expanded from 10 to 15 chapters, and from 16 to 21 case study applications, the book provides many more examples of the case study method
- Contains six entirely new chapters, all emphasizing single-case and simpler applications, and including an introductory chapter which serves as a refresher on the case study method
- Provides a new feature called inside stories, which are linked to suggested classroom exercises
- Includes an expanded section of the book on case study evaluations, including an new chapter on the principles of case study evaluations along with a specific and new application.
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This text brings the theory of case study research to life by presenting real-life illustrations of research techniques in practice. Professionals and advanced students can learn a lot by modeling their own research strategies on these examples.
Robert K. Yin is President of COSMOS Corporation, an applied research and social science firm. Over the years, COSMOS has successfully completed hundreds of projects for federal agencies, state and local agencies, and private foundations.
Outside of COSMOS, Dr. Yin has assisted numerous other research groups, helping to train their field teams or to design research studies. The most recent such engagements have been with The World Bank, the Division of Special Education and disAbility Research at George Mason University, the Department of Nursing Research and Quality Outcomes at the Childrens National Health System (Washington, DC), and the School of Education, Southern New Hampshire University.
Dr. Yin has authored over 100 publications, including authoring or editing 11 books (not counting the multiple editions of any given book). Earlier editions of the present book have been translated into eight languages (Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Swedish, Romanian, Italian, Polish, and Portuguese), and a second book on Qualitative Research from Start to Finish (2016) is in its 2nd edition and has been translated into four languages (Chinese, Korean, Swedish, and Portuguese). Dr. Yin received his B.A. in history from Harvard College (magna cum laude) and his Ph.D. in brain and cognitive sciences from MIT.
PART I: Starting Points Chapter 1. A (Very) Brief Refresher on the Case Study Method Chapter 2. Field Notes Chapter 3. The Role of Theory in Doing Case Studies PART II: Descriptive Case Studies Chapter 4. Start-Up for a Newly-Appointed Education Leader Chapter 5. Citizens on Patrol Chapter 6. A Case Study of a Neighborhood Organization PART III: Explanatory Case Studies Chapter 7. A Nutshell Example: The Effect of a Federal Award on a University Computer Science Department Chapter 8. Essential Ingredients of Explanatory Case Studies: Three Drug Prevention Examples Chapter 9. Transforming a Business Firm Through Strategic Planning Chapter 10. Rival Explanations PART IV: Cross-Case Syntheses Chapter 11. Proposal Processing by Public and Private Universities Chapter 12. Case Studies of Transformed Firms PART V: Case Study Evaluations Chapter 13: Evaluation of a Community Coalition Chapter 14. Sheriff's Combined Auto Theft Task Force Chapter 15. Technical Assistance for HIV/AIDS Community Planning