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Case Study

A case study is a descriptive writing, based on a problem that needs a solution, or on a decision to be made. Most case studies are written in such a way that the reader takes the place of that person that needs to make the decision. Some case studies are based on real life situations, while others are written in disguise for security purposes.

On the short cycle process, one is required to go through the case study quickly. From there, the researcher should pose questions such as; what the issue is, the decision maker in the case, why the case has arisen and the urgency of the situation. It is important to asses where the case study has been covered in depth, while still reviewing the case study questions.

On the long cycle process, a detailed reading and critical analyzation of the case are needed. Background information, the exact question or decision to be made, the area of interest as well as alternatives open to the decision maker are among the areas that require looking at. Analyzing the case study should include giving a definition of the issue, selecting the criteria for making decisions, evaluating and analyzing alternatives and developing a plan of action.

The Basic Steps of Writing a Case Study

1. Development of a Research Question

The question may be given by an employer, professor or one may develop his own.

2. Come Up With a Strategy for the Case Study

Create a purpose for the case study. Develop questions that you want to answer. Second, make a decision on the method of data collection. Using more than one method, often leads to more accurate results. Third, make a description of the case and make an adequate analysis.

3. Create Questions or an Interview

This is especially efficient, when going to ask experts questions. Avoid questions that require yes or no answers, unless they are questions that are to confirm an identity. The questions can be in statement format.

4. Collect Data over a duration of time

The aspect of ample time ensures collection of enough data. You can break boundaries and research on new places.

5. Collect Information in One Place

After reading your research questions, pull all the data together and see if it complies. While working in a group, assign different segments to each person then gather all the information. All members then, should contribute to the analysis.

6. Put Down the Case Study in Form of a Narrative

Begin by making a description of the research question, make an explanation of the setting and its key players, divide it into sections that will explain things such as research methods, write down the questions of research and make a conclusion that attempts to answer the questions set for research.

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