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Complexity theories have in common perspectives that challenge linear methodologies and views of causality. In educational research, relatively little has been written explicitly exploring their implications for educational research methodology in general and case study in particular. In this paper, I offer a rationale for case study as a research approach that embodies complexity, and I explore the implications of a 'complexity thinking' stance for the conduct of case study research thatdoi:10.29173/cmplct20401 fatcat:mengurapzbblpenmaegfzme5q4