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  1. Comparative Case Studies: Methodological Discussion

    Comparative Case Studies have been suggested as providing effective tools to understanding policy and practice along three different axes of social scientific research, namely horizontal (spaces), vertical (scales), and transversal (time). The chapter, first, sketches the methodological basis of case-based research in comparative studies as a ...

  2. Comparative Case Studies: An Innovative Approach

    In this article, we argue for a new approach—the comparative case study approach—that attends simultaneously to macro, meso, and micro dimensions of case-based research. The approach engages ...

  3. Comparative Research Methods

    Comparative Case Study Analysis. Mono-national case studies can contribute to comparative research if they are composed with a larger framework in mind and follow the Method of Structured, Focused Comparison (George & Bennett, 2005). For case studies to contribute to cumulative development of knowledge and theory they must all explore the same ...

  4. PDF Comparing the Five Approaches

    Case study research has experienced growing recognition during the past 30 years, evidenced by its more frequent application in published research and increased avail-ability of reference works (e.g., Thomas, 2015; Yin, 2014). Encouraging the use of case study research is an expressed goal of the editors of the recent . Encyclopedia of Case Study

  5. Comparative case studies

    Comparative case studies cover two or more cases in a way that produces more generalizable knowledge about causal questions - how and why particular programmes or policies work or fail to work. Comparative case studies are undertaken over time and emphasize comparison within and across contexts. Comparative case studies may be selected when ...

  6. A Practical Guide to the Comparative Case Study Method in ...

    context. The comparative case study is the systematic comparison of two or more data points ("cases") obtained through use of the case study method. This definition has a number of implications. First, we do not assume a particular purpose of the investigation, such as developing causal inferences or detailing historical occurrences.

  7. PDF Comparative Case Studies: Methodological Discussion

    3.2 Case-Based Research in Comparative Studies In the past, comparativists have oftentimes regarded case study research as an alternative to comparative studies proper. At the risk of oversimpli-cation: methodological choices in comparative and international educa-tion (CIE) research, from the 1960s onwards, have fallen primarily on

  8. Comparative Case Study Research

    Summary. Case studies in the field of education often eschew comparison. However, when scholars forego comparison, they are missing an important opportunity to bolster case studies' theoretical generalizability. Scholars must examine how disparate epistemologies lead to distinct kinds of qualitative research and different notions of comparison.

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    The Case for Case Studies - May 2022. 7.1 Introduction . In the lead article of the first issue of Comparative politics, Harold Lasswell posited that the "scientific approach" and the "comparative method" are one and the same (Reference Lasswell Lasswell 1968: 3).So important is comparative case study research to the modern social sciences that two disciplinary subfields ...

  10. (PDF) A Short Introduction to Comparative Research

    A comparative study is a kind of method that analyzes phenomena and then put them together. to find the points of differentiation and similarity (MokhtarianPour, 2016). A comparative perspective ...

  11. Case Study Methodology of Qualitative Research: Key Attributes and

    A case study is one of the most commonly used methodologies of social research. This article attempts to look into the various dimensions of a case study research strategy, the different epistemological strands which determine the particular case study type and approach adopted in the field, discusses the factors which can enhance the effectiveness of a case study research, and the debate ...

  12. Doing Comparative Case Studies

    ABSTRACT. Comparative Case Studies: New Designs and Directions extends the comparative case study methodology established by Bartlett and Vavrus and employed in many areas of social research, especially in education. This volume unites a diverse, international group of education scholars whose work exemplifies the affordances and constraints of ...

  13. Comparative Case Study

    A comparative case study (CCS) is defined as 'the systematic comparison of two or more data points ("cases") obtained through use of the case study method' (Kaarbo and Beasley 1999, p. 372). A case may be a participant, an intervention site, a programme or a policy. Case studies have a long history in the social sciences, yet for a long ...

  14. Case Study Method: A Step-by-Step Guide for Business Researchers

    Although case studies have been discussed extensively in the literature, little has been written about the specific steps one may use to conduct case study research effectively (Gagnon, 2010; Hancock & Algozzine, 2016).Baskarada (2014) also emphasized the need to have a succinct guideline that can be practically followed as it is actually tough to execute a case study well in practice.

  15. Comparative case study analysis

    Structured case study comparisons are a way to leverage theoretical lessons from particular cases and elicit general insights from a population of phenomena that share certain characteristics. The chapter discusses variable-oriented analysis (guided by frameworks), formal concept analysis and qualitative comparative analysis. It goes on to ...

  16. Chapter 10 Methods for Comparative Studies

    In eHealth evaluation, comparative studies aim to find out whether group differences in eHealth system adoption make a difference in important outcomes. These groups may differ in their composition, the type of system in use, and the setting where they work over a given time duration. The comparisons are to determine whether significant differences exist for some predefined measures between ...

  17. Comparative Case Study

    13.1.2 A numerical case study: olefin metathesis. To compare the open-loop and closed-loop dynamic behaviors, in what follows we present a comparative case study for olefin metathesis to produce 2-butene and 3-hexene from 2-pentene. The task is to produce 50 kmol/h of 0.98 mol/mol butene and 50 kmol/h of 0.98 mol/mol hexene at 1 atm, given as ...

  18. Comparative research

    Comparative research is a research methodology in the social sciences exemplified in cross-cultural or comparative studies that aims to make comparisons across different countries or cultures.A major problem in comparative research is that the data sets in different countries may define categories differently (for example by using different definitions of poverty) or may not use the same ...

  19. Case Studies and Comparative Analysis

    Case Studies and Comparative Analysis. A case study is an in-depth, detailed examination of a particular case (or cases) within a real-world context. Generally, a case study can highlight an individual, group, organization, event, belief system, or action. A case study does not necessarily have to be one observation, but may include many ...

  20. Adopting agile in government: a comparative case study

    The five chief contributions of this study are first, an expansion of the body of empirical literature on agile in public settings; second, an in-depth comparative case study of the mechanisms when adopting agile in public administrations, improving our understanding of the underlying challenges and possible solutions; third, an extension of ...

  21. Land

    This study employs a comparative case study approach in three disadvantaged neighbourhoods in Córdoba, Spain, to examine how the sociogram can facilitate more effective and democratic participation in urban planning. Using heat maps, scatter plots and average analysis, relationships between actors are identified and characterized, providing a ...

  22. case selection and the comparative method: introducing the case

    In his seminal article on the comparative method, Arend Lijphart identifies and discusses four challenges in the application of the comparative method to the study of politics.First, he critiques the discipline for limited methodological awareness. Second, he points out that it is difficult to identify cases that are perfectly similar or dissimilar, which makes it problematic to apply Mill's ...

  23. Pre-ANDA strategy and human factors activities to de-risk

    Pre-ANDA strategy and human factors activities to de-risk pharmaceutical companies ANDA submission of drug-device combination products: case study of a formative comparative use human factors study Laurie Brunet-Manquat a Becton Dickinson France, Le Pont-de-Claix, France View further author information

  24. Land

    AMA Style. Delgado-Baena A, Sianes A. Use of the Sociogram in Participatory Planning in Contexts of Social Exclusion: A Comparative Case Study in Cordoba Neighbourhoods, Spain.

  25. The Benefits of AI in Healthcare

    One use case example is out of the University of Hawaii, where a research team found that deploying deep learning AI technology can improve breast cancer risk prediction. More research is needed, but the lead researcher pointed out that an AI algorithm can be trained on a much larger set of images than a radiologist—as many as a million or ...

  26. A protocol to assess risk of fractures associated with use of

    The proposed nested case-control study aims to fill this gap. We will use CPRD (GOLD and AURUM) and HES data. Every woman 40 years or over with a diagnosis of first fracture between 1998 and 2022 (a case) will be matched by age and general practice to up to 5 female controls with no previous records of fracture at the time of the case diagnosis ...

  27. Plants restrict use of 'Tipp-Ex proteins'

    A study has now explained why this is the case. It suggests that the correction mechanism would otherwise modify copies that have nothing wrong with them, with fatal consequences for the cell.