Case study methods - type of qualitative method, Management Theories

Case Study  Methods ( In Depth Interview):

In  relatively  less known  areas where  there is little  experience and theory  available  to serve  as a guide  intensive study of  selected  examples  is a  very useful  methods of gaining insight and suggesting hypotheses for further research. In  our  discipline the  case study  method is often used for these type of study. The main  focus is on  seeking insight  rather than testing  instead of test in existing hypotheses we seek insight through the features and characteristics of the object being studied. A second feature is the intensity  the study  of the object individual group organization culture incident or situation. We need to have  sufficient information to characterize to explain the unique features of the case as well as to point  out the  characteristics that are common in several cases. Finally this  approach relies on  integrative powers of research the ability to study an objects with many  dimensions and  then  to draw an integrative interpretation.

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