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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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Together, the simulation, debriefing, case study analysis, and reflective practice increase the students' awareness of the day-to-day realities of life with a shortage of money and an abundance of needs.
How do preservice teachers approach the online case study analysis task?
Case study analysis provides an excellent opportunity for thoughtful discourse about the role and impact of ethics on decisions made by leaders in education.
5) As they state, "the central message here is that 'apples to apples' comparisons must be made, and that a number of specific elements must be considered for a valid and reliable case study analysis.
It is an easy read, but it lacks definitive case study analysis.
It effectively employs case study analysis as a learning tool to assist the practitioner in managing common acute and stable conditions in a controlled and supportive environment.
Students designed projects included a family case study analysis, description of developmental and psychosocial changes from before to after camp, and description of stroke pa tients' recollection and attribution of their stroke symptoms.
Disempowerment, double-bindedness, and the disempowerment of women in Japan are treated discursively through critical case study analysis.
Perhaps it would have been more helpful to provide some guidance on case study analysis, highlighted with specimen model answers to selected questions.
Retailers included for case study analysis are Wal-Mart, Grattan, Boots, Iceland, Tesco and Wickes: manufacturers studied are Britvic, Compaq and Sony; with Exel Logistics and Wincanton providing the examples of logistics service providers.
Similarly, her case study analysis lacks a clear analytical framework of the kind sketched above.
In the second part of the study, these researchers demonstrated the effects of content bias in these two instruments through a case study analysis of test results of the MMPI and MMPI-2 taken by a "normal," 31-year-old, adventitiously, legally blind male diagnosed with diabetic retinopathy at age 23 but sighted until that time.
Part 3 contains chapters devoted to specific qualitative research approaches, such as case study analysis, ethnographic research, action research, grounded theory research, narrative research, feminist research, and visual research.
Each chapter begins with a specific research question, links it to broader issues related to media influence, examines relevant media theory and academic literature, applies the theory to a case study, presents the outcomes of case study analysis and summarises its importance for understanding media influence.
She discusses the extent and nature of disadvantage across, between, and within social groups; explores different definitions and approaches to EO&D; examines the historical, political, and economic background of the concept; describes and analyzes EO&D legislation; conducts case study analysis of the policy process from the national to the organizational level; discusses the effect of the European Union on UK EO&D policy; conducts a cross-national comparison of European EO&D approaches; and considers future issues.