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Case Studies of Exceptional People: What Can They Teach Us?
Journal of Narrative and Life History
This article describes the use of the case study method for the investigation of exceptional moral commitment. William Damon and I used the case study method in this research because we were interested in sustained, long-term moral commitment and in the transformation of moral goals over time within the context of life histories, social relationships, and other influences. The study yielded in-depth life history interviews with 23 people who were selected for having worked for many years todoi:10.1075/jnlh.4.4.07cas fatcat:4znboliezbfsda2fc5lazqiqli