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Case study method

Case study methods

BERLANT, L. 2007. Introduction: What Does It Matter Who One Is? Critical Inquiry, 34, 1-4.

ERICKSON, A. T. 2016. Case Study as Common Text: Collaborating in and Broadening the Reach of History of Education. History of Education Quarterly, 56, 125-133.

FLYVBJERG, B. 2006. Five Misunderstandings About Case-Study Research. Qualitative Inquiry, 12, 219-245.

FORRESTER, J. 1996. If p, then what? Thinking in cases. History of the Human Sciences, 9, 1-25.

KOFOED, J. & STAUNÆS, D. 2015. Hesitancy as ethics. Reconceptualizing Educational Research Methodology, 6.

MCCARTHY, J. R., GILLIES, V. & HOLLAND, J. 2003. Multiple Perspectives on the ‘Family’ Lives of Young People: Methodological and Theoretical Issues in Case Study Research. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 6, 1–23.

PLATTT, J. 2007. Case study. In: OUTHWAITE, W. & TURNER, S. P. (eds.) The Sage Handbook of Social Science Methodology. London: Sage.

SHEILA HENDERSON, JANET HOLLAND, SHEENA MCGRELLIS, SHARPE, S. & THOMSON, R. 2012. Using Case Histories in Qualitative Longitudinal Research. In: NEALE, B. & HENWOOD, K. (eds.) Timescapes Methods Guides Series. ESRC.

THOMSON, R. (ed.) 2010. Intensity and Insight: Qualitative Longitudinal Methods as a Route to the Psycho-social: ESRC.