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Using Case Studies to Develop Theory: Roadmap to a Dialogue

Daniel B. Fishman
2009 Pragmatic Case Studies in Psychotherapy  
The case studies published in the PCSP journal are each grounded in a particular guiding conception, that is, a particular theoretical model, and each study spells out the ways in which that conception  ...  ________________ Systematic case studies are a research method that can be employed for a variety of purposes.  ...  A core strategy in this work has been tracking a client's talking about their problems across psychotherapy sessions in intensive case studies, and then gradually elaborating a theoretical description  ... 
doi:10.14713/pcsp.v5i3.972 fatcat:65pmhxv3krehneudcouwhmvov4

Situated learning and the management of learning: A case study

Karen Barton, Patricia McKellar, Paul Maharg
2000 The Law Teacher  
Using document assembly techniques and email, this program emulates part of a civil court action in a Scottish court, with identical personnel, legal documents and procedure.  ...  As an example of this argument we take our computer-based learning program the Virtual Court Action.  ...  Conclusion As we have seen in our case study, learning management was crucial to the success of the project.  ... 
doi:10.1080/03069400.2000.9993052 fatcat:qn4yjxj4v5ajvpha4dkr2kq4ba

Lessons for ecological policy design: A case study of ecosystem management

William C. Clark, Dixon D. Jones, C.S. Holling
1979 Ecological Modelling  
., Lessons for ecological policy design : A case study of ecosystem management. Ecol. Modelling, 7: 1-53.  ...  We used this case study as a practical testing ground in which we examined the relative strengths, weaknesses, and complementarities of various aspects of the policy design process.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS In one sense it is presumptuous to thank those directly involved in this study since they were all co-equal partners in a strange inter-institutional and interdisciplinary experiment.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0304-3800(79)90008-5 fatcat:slvdri2cbbbo5i6p7nk3365644

Individualistic Appropriation as a Primary Mechanism of Collaborative Conceptual Change: A Case Study

Michael Tscholl, John Dowell
2013 International Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning  
The paper presents a microanalysis of a collaborative case-centered learning dialogue between three learners where a novel conceptualization is constructed re-using selected surface and structural elements  ...  contained in a prior conceptualization.  ...  For example, in the case of medical negligence used in the case study that follows, a surface feature is the low level of patient risk associated with the medical procedure.  ... 
dblp:conf/cscl/TschollD13 fatcat:tvq4hw7nbnhkthnlnufxjq7ixm

Multi-dimensional struggles in the greening of industry: A dialectic issue lifecycle model and case study

Caetano C.R. Penna, Frank W. Geels
2012 Technological forecasting & social change  
We apply the model to a historical case study: air pollution problems and responses from American automakers .  ...  The case study presents a good match with the first three phases of the model, but shows deviations in the fourth and fifth phase, which are due to: a) decreasing pressure from public opinion; b) limited  ...  The case study had a good match with the five-stage DILC-model, but also some deviations. Case study findings were used to inductively enrich the model with types of strategies and interactions.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.techfore.2011.09.006 fatcat:i2qq6zg64jfitjipppdyddbt6u

Coding for Critical Thinking: A Case Study in Embedding Complementary Skills in Legal Education

Trevor Ryan
2022 Legal education review  
It proceeds to explain how these can be implemented to facilitate students' critical thinking and coding skills and, in a complementary way, mastery of the subject matter.  ...  It then describes pedagogical models for improving students' skills through scaffolding and other strategies.  ...  , 15 as a 'bounded' case study. 16 The teaching model in the case study combines training in basic coding principles with reading strategies and James and Burton's scaffolding model to impart critical  ... 
doaj:b1e0b43d20fa4034be0479988c6630e6 fatcat:ht7m4f4xtjegjn4axrfhbcq57q

Meta-Responsibility in Corporate Research and Innovation: A Bioeconomic Case Study

Sonck, Asveld, Osseweijer
2019 Sustainability  
In this paper we take forward the idea of developing RRI into a "meta-responsibility" approach, for orchestrating responsibilities in corporate R&I.  ...  The approach of Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) has emerged as a promoter for responsible conduct of innovation but so far lacks a systematic framework for describing, inventorying, and eventually  ...  Appendix A Indicative Interview Questions  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12010038 fatcat:eam3jcozdjafbmrytpyvpdkjsa

Information Politics and Information Culture: A Case Study

Bob Travica
2005 Informing Science  
This article introduces the concepts of information politics and information culture and presents a case study that explores these concepts.  ...  The case draws on a longitudinal interpretivist study and tracks a trajectory of organizational design, information politics, information culture, management and organizational performance over 25 months  ...  The difference was critical in cases of applications used on a daily basis, such as email.  ... 
doi:10.28945/496 fatcat:qccmvb6ldvfrvlgwcv25ddne6m

THE DRAMATIZATION TECHNIQUE AS A MEANS OF DEVELOPING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE COMPETENCE OF NON-PHILOLOGY STUDENTS (A CASE STUDY OF ESP COURSE FOR STUDENTS MAJORING IN HISTORY, NATIONAL SECURITY, AND LAW)

Людмила Смалько, Людмила Гусак
2022 Наукові інновації та передові технології  
The study has revealed that the university course of English for professional purposes (ESP) is very effective in this context, as it involves a mutually enriching exchange of information through the use  ...  in studying the course English for Specific Purposes, where the emphasis is not on the form, but rather on the content and fluent communication in a foreign language in the professional field.  ...  The case study of numerous methods for incorporating drama in the ESP class allows for identifying the most universal and efficient ones, in our opinion. Among them: 1) Act the dialogue.  ... 
doi:10.52058/2786-5274-2022-9(11)-12-21 fatcat:wlzmojkgzrbvnkntylrfcykglm

Editor's Introduction to PCSP - From Single Case to Database: A New Method for Enhancing Psychotherapy Practice

Daniel B Fishman
2004 Pragmatic Case Studies in Psychotherapy  
This article sets forth a new model for knowledge generation in applied and professional psychologythe pragmatic case study (PCS) method.  ...  model emerges; (2) a proposal for an initial set of methodological guidelines for ensuring rigorous quality in each case study; (3) an illustrative application of the model to cognitive-behavioral efficacy  ...  One such mechanism is the ongoing dialogue created by the articles in the hub of a case study journal-database, a dialogue designed in part to continually enhance the sophistication and validity of the  ... 
doi:10.14713/pcsp.v1i1.855 fatcat:adkufgzucrbadbsft5nbjnl5fa

Participatory Governance in Ukraine: A Case Study of Anti-corruption Policy in the Period 2014–2018

Denitsa Marchevska
2020 Kyiv-Mohyla Law and Politics Journal  
Drawing on legal texts, external reports and semi-structured interviews with Kyiv-based anticorruption activists, the study finds both a clear trend towards increased openness of the policy making process  ...  in Ukraine.  ...  project Civil Society against Corruption in Ukraine: Political Roles, Advocacy Strategies and Impact, of which this author was a part.  ... 
doi:10.18523/kmlpj220768.2020-6.107-137 fatcat:b6hfhxnjajbbreurgq5konc45i

Education and Common Values in a Multicultural Society – The Norwegian Case

Olav Hovdelien
2015 Journal of Intercultural Studies  
This article discusses the Norwegian model of education and its effort to find a common values base and a religious education suitable for integration in a secularised and multicultural society.  ...  In most Western countries, a compulsory education system plays a key role in societal integration.  ...  This request had been denied by the Norwegian courts, but the case was then filed with the UN Human Rights Committee and the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg (Lied 2009 : 263-264, Skeie 2007  ... 
doi:10.1080/07256868.2015.1029887 fatcat:rvdg2jjdxbfhbfaiyjprckafom

The Dynamics of Growth Policy Formulation and Implementation: A Massachusetts Case Study

Lawrence Susskind, Charles Perry
1979 Law & Contemporary Problems  
A series of in-depth case studies with all or most of the members of twelve LGPCs verified our initial findings. 47 47.  ...  Keefe's arguments in support of the legislation were: a.  ...  That is, the community would be effectively exempt from Chapter 774 as long as its own program was in effect.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1191193 fatcat:f2vwc4kgejhonbcpm2ga3crkgm

Distributed Authorship: A Feminist Case-Study Framework for Studying Intellectual Property

Sarah Robbins
2003 College English  
Such case studies underscore the fact that the idea of proprietary authorship was gradually and unevenly developed, not formulated in regular, progressive steps.  ...  R Distributed Authorship: A Feminist Case-Study Framework for Studying Intellectual Property S a r a h Ro b b i n s ecent, highly productive discussions of intellectual property and authorship in English  ... 
doi:10.2307/3594264 fatcat:ctj3vmfxbbdkhpxllvkscyvuje

The Improbability of Fraud in Accounting for Derivatives: A Case Study on the Boundaries of Financial Reporting Compliance

Berit Hartmann, Jan Marton, Rebecca Söderström
2018 The European Accounting Review  
This study responds to recent calls in the literature to examine fraud using detailed case studies, extending knowledge beyond individual incentives and capital market reactions towards a more contextualized  ...  We use an institutional logics perspective to challenge existing assumptions about a universally valid meaning of compliance, fraud, and faithful representation.  ...  The judgment by the court was based on the reasoning that the measurement error was not the proximate cause of the plaintiffs' losses.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09638180.2018.1494022 fatcat:lh665im4qrb3nh5vpk7b5d2glu
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