case study

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a careful study of some social unit (as a corporation or division within a corporation) that attempts to determine what factors led to its success or failure

a detailed analysis of a person or group from a social or psychological or medical point of view

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Using a cross-case analysis with multiple case studies provides a way to strengthen the results of the study.
By completing cross-case analysis, common factors between independent cases can be identified, allowing fraud analysts to widen the investigation net.
Results of the cross-case analysis are presented, including factors supporting and posing challenges to implementation.
Networks for innovation in sustainable tourism; case studies and cross-case analysis.
Cross-case analysis of these roles over the 18-month institute revealed four patterns of teacher leadership.
Finally, we used cross-case analysis procedures to compare findings across the three states.
Developing beliefs about literacy instruction: a cross-case analysis of preservice teachers in traditional and field based settings.
He describes how the cooperation works in theory, and current process models of civil-military cooperation, then analyzes each of the cases in turn, building to a cross-case analysis of performance.
She presents the narratives of the women, then takes a cross-case analysis to locate themes and metathemes, finding significant linkage in diagnosis and prognosis, obtaining information and services, and participating in the appropriate program.