Case Study Research
Providing a complete portal to the world of case study research, the Fourth Edition of Robert K. Yin’s bestselling text Case Study Research offers comprehensive coverage of the design and use of the case study method as a valid research tool. This thoroughly revised text now covers more than 50 case studies (approximately 25% new), gives fresh attention to quantitative analyses, discusses more fully the use of mixed methods research designs, and includes new methodological insights. The book’s coverage of case study research and how it is applied in practice gives readers access to exemplary case studies drawn from a wide variety of academic and applied fields.
CASE - Case Studies
Case StudiesView All CURRENTS ArticleFilter By Sticky Situations CURRENTS ArticleGift officers often face emotional angst and ethical dilemmas in their dealings with donors, and the stakes are high. Handling these situations isn't easy, especially when the decisions can jeopardize gifts. Here are four case studies, based on real-life experiences, with advice on how to handle ethical issues, from inappropriate gifts to sexual advances. Ethics Case Study: Trouble Brewing? CURRENTS ArticleThis final edition of our Ethics Case Study series poses a timely dilemma: Should an institution accept a gift from a company that produces alcoholic beverages, including some aimed at the youth market? Complicating the issue is that this institution seeks to recruit Muslim students, whose religion forbids alcohol consumption.
A CASE STUDY ON PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT
P a g e 1 ASSIGNMENT ON PERSONALITYDEVELOPMENT SUBMITTED TO: MR. ZIA-UL-HAQSUBMITTED BY: PZ JAVEED IQBAL PARSA1103-0103-05 DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT AND COMMERCEMAULANA AZAD NATIONAL URDU UNIVERSITYHYDERABAD P a g e 2 INTRODUCTION: The word personality refers to the overall outcome of what a man is. Personality development means developing a personality cultso asto create astrong positive impression about yourself. Or Personality development is the development of the organizedpattern of behaviors and attitudes that makes a person distinctive.
Marketing Case Study - Intel
Top 5 computer brands: = Industrial Single ProductLittle differentiationFew BuyersLarge BuyersSignificant Buyer Leverage Intel's Business Market A Market Leader Presented by:Aline Barbosa, Thi Le, Simon Lenton, Alexandria Tibbetts & Daniel Wood Three Key Questions Derived Demand EasterEggsChocolateCocoa Market Constraints Integrated MarketingCommunications Creating the Right Mix to Support the Pull Strategy concl u TO de CAMPAIGN Co-branding marketing strategy Launched in 1991 OBJECTIVE Promote awareness of the final customersExploitation of reputation Benchmark of microprocessor industry Business to business behaviour Increase worldwide sales IMPLEMENTATION Incentive-based cooperative advertising programCo-op fund Six percentage rebate on microprocessor purchasesReduce its offer in half if the PC makers add another logo Awareness of Intel: 20% in 1992 to 80% in 1996 and 90% in business marketIntel logo as an assurance of quality, safety, leading technology and reliable1500 computer makers participating in the campaign of IntelIn the first year of campaign, sales increased 60%Controlled 85% market share of microprocessors by 1998 RESULTS OF THE CAMPAIGN REFERENCE LIST Source: http://www.
A Case Demonstrating Person Centred Therapy
Author: Jane Barry Michael has made an appointment to see his School Counsellor. He is due to finish school this year and is undecided about what direction he should take once he leaves school. Michael is a high achiever and his parents want him to make the most of his opportunity to enter University and study Law or Medicine. Whilst Michael is interested in Medicine, he feels that his interests at the moment are directed towards working and travelling abroad. He wants to discuss his preferences with the School Counsellor and to talk about the pressure he has been experiencing.
More and more organizations are realizing the importance of software architecture in their systems' success in areas such as avionics systems, network tactical systems, internet information systems, architecture reconstruction, automotive systems, distributed interactive simulation systems, scenario-based architectural analysis, system acquisition, and wargame simulation systems. The SEI can provide information and guidance about architecture-related questions and problems. Please contact us.Below are published case studies of real-world applications
Case Studies and Examples
Case Study #1 - Operations Strategy Impact Reference and Deployment Guidance (HTML, PDF 1. 4MB) (Publication Number: FHWA-HOP-10-002, September 2009). Case Study #2 - Incorporating Highway Capacity Manual Procedures into Long-Range Transportation Planning (HTML, PDF 1. 4MB) (Publication Number: FHWA-HOP-10-003, September 2009). Case Study #3 - Using Archived Data As a Tool for Operations Planning (HTML, PDF 2. 8MB) (Publication Number: FHWA-HOP-10-004, September 2009). Case Study #4 - Application of Microsimulation in Combination with Travel Demand Models (HTML, PDF 1.
Social Case Work-Working with Individuals
S. Rengasamy. Social Case Work 3 Syllabus UGC/ NET /JRF Syll abus Case work - Concept, Objectives and Principles. Social Case Work Process - Intake, Study, SocialDiagnosis, Treatment, Termination and Evaluation. Approaches in Case Work - Psychoanalytical,Psycho-social, Problem Solving, Behaviour Modification, Crisis Intervention and Eclectic Approach. Techniques and skills in Social Case Work - Interviews, Home visit, Resource Mobilization, Referral,Environmental Modification, Case Work Relationship, Communication - Types of Recording in CaseWork.
Case Study – Part 2: Writing to the requisite format.
Posted on July 7, 2015 Updated on October 6, 2016 FOREWORD : Please be aware that this post is not an official RICS guidance. All the advice given in this blog is based on my personal interpretation of the APC Candidate’s Guide 2016 which I have enhanced through many discussions with fellow APC Mentors and APC Assessors. Sonia Desloges MRICS The new APC Candidate’s Guide published in February 2015 and updated in August 2016 has introduced a number of changes, and one particular change that has led to much confusion and many queries is the replacement of the Critical Analysis by the Case Study.
Case Study Ceramic Cylinder Planter With Metal Stand
Case Study Planter design originated during the highly prolific period in architecture and home furnishing designs immediately following WW2. The new designs were not only something new to look at but promoted a new attitude towards incorporating home with a modern lifestyle. Pottery that emerged from this post-war period was a radical departure in both form and application. Its primeval archetypal shapes of cylinders, cones, bullets, gourds, and totems, mixed with the precision of the simple clean finishes was something completely new and fresh.