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The SAGE Handbook of Case-Based Methods

Editat de David Byrne, Charles C. Ragin
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Case-based methods have a long history in the social sciences. They are extensively used and raise many practical and theoretical questions. This book provides a comprehensive, critical examination of case-oriented research. It offers concrete proposals about the best research methods and provides an unparalleled guide to the emergence and complexity of the field.
The Handbook:
-Situates the reader in the essential theoretical and practical issues;
-Demonstrates the unity and diversity of case-oriented research through an examination of case-based methods;
-Distinguishes between case-based and case study research;
-Elucidates the philosophical issues around case based methods;
-Examines case-based work in the context of both social theory and theories of research methods.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9781446270448
ISBN-10: 1446270440
Pagini: 560
Dimensiuni: 184 x 246 x 28 mm
Greutate: 1 kg
Ediția: 1
Editura: SAGE Publications
Colecția Sage Publications Ltd
Locul publicării: London, United Kingdom

Recenzii

'[This Handbook] offers concrete proposals about the best research methods, and provides a guide to the emergence and complexity of the field. It also situates the reader in the essential theoretical and practical issues, shows the unity and diversity of case-oriented research through an examination of case-based methods, distinguishes between case-based and case study research, elucidates the philosophical issues around case-based methods, and examines case-based work in the context of both social theory and theories of research methods'
Abstracts of Public Administration, Development, and Environment
'This book provides a fresh and stimulating approach to causal analysis in the social sciences. International experts provide not just the philosophical arguments for a case-based approach to research but also detailed chapters on: 'why-to', 'when-to' and 'how-to'. Traditional distinctions between qualitative and quantitative are rejected in favour of a case-based approach which is applicable across the social sciences and beyond.'
Professor Angela Dale, The University of Manchester

'This wide-ranging volume gives an excellent overview of diverse contemporary case study methods. Case study researchers of all kinds will find this book deepens their understanding of the methods they already use and broadens their knowledge of approaches they have not yet explored.'
Professor Andrew Bennett, Georgetown University

'An invaluable resource for social researchers who want to know how and why case studies are conducted. The contributors represent a rich stream of research active practitioners who provide an excellent guide to both qualitative and quantitative approaches to case based enquiry. Illustrations are drawn from a broad range of disciplines and provide a fertile terrain for application'
Professor Dick Wiggins, The Institute of Education, University of London

Cuprins

INTRODUCTION: Case-Based Methods: Why We Need Them; What They Are; How to Do Them - David Byrne
PART ONE: THE METHODOLOGICAL CONTEXT OF CASE-BASED METHODS
Complexity and Case - David L Harvey
The Contextualist Approach to Social Science Methodology - Lars Mjøset
Reflexivity, Realism and the Process of Casing - Bob Carter and Alison Sealey
Single-Case Probabilities - Malcolm Williams and Wendy Dyer
Complex Realist and Configurational Approaches to Cases: A Radical Synthesis - David Byrne
PART TWO: METHODS AND TECHNIQUES OF CASE-BASED RESEARCH
Typologies - Ways of Sorting Things Out
Explanatory Typologies in Qualitative Analysis - Colin Elman
Introducing Cluster Analysis: What Can It Teach Us about the Case? - Emma Uprichard
Visualizing Types: The Potential of Correspondence Analysis - Dianne Phillips and John Phillips
How Classification Works, Or Doesn't: The Case of Chronic Pain - Emma Whelan
Quantitative Approaches to Case Based Methods
Case-Centred Methods and Quantitative Analysis - Ray Kent
The Logic and Assumptions of MDSO - MSDO Designs - Gisèle De Meur and Alain Gottcheiner
The Case for Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA): Adding Leverage for Thick Cross-Case Comparison - Benoît Rihoux and Bojana Lobe
On the Duality of Cases and Variables: Correspondence Analysis (CA) and Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA) - Ronald L Breiger
Using Cluster Analysis, Qualitative Comparative Analysis and NVivo in Relation to the Establishment of Causal Configurations with Pre-existing Large N Datasets: Machining Hermeneutics - David Byrne
Qualitative Approaches to Case-Based Research
Computer-Based Qualitative Methods in Case-Study Research - Nigel Fielding and Richard Warnes
Extending the Ethnographic Case Study - Seán Ó Riain
Scope in Case-Study Research - Gary Goertz and James Mahoney
Small-N Access Cases to Refine Theories of Social Exclusion and Access to Socially Excluded Individuals and Groups - Nick Emmel and Kahryn Hughes
Using Comparative Data: A Systems Approach to a Multiple Case Study - Fred Carden
PART THREE: CASE-BASED METHODS IN DISCIPLINES AND FIELDS
Making the Most of an Historical Case Study: Configuration, Sequence, Casing, and the US Old-Age Pension Movement - Edwin Amenta
Poetry and History: The Case for Literary Evidence - John Walton
Social Interactions and the Demand for Sport: Cluster Analysis in Economics - Paul Downward and Joseph Riordan
The Proper Relationship of Comparative-Historical Analysis to Statistical Analysis: Subordination, Integration or Separation? - James Mahoney and P Larkin Terrie
Case Studies and the Configurational Analysis of Organizational Phenomena - Peer C Fiss
The Case in Medicine - Frances Griffiths
Team-Based Aggregation of Qualitative Case Study Data in Health Care Contexts: Challenges and Learning - Sue Dopson, Ewan Ferlie, Louise Fitzgerald and Louise Locock
Working with Cases in Development Contexts: Some Insights from an Outlier - Pip Bevan
Non-Nested and Nested Cases in a Socioeconomic Village Study - Wendy Olsen
Causality and Interpretation in Qualitative Policy-Related Research - David Byrne, Wendy Olsen and Sandra Duggan
Reflections on Casing and Case-Oriented Research - Charles C Ragin