According to Yin (2003b case study strategy has five components: the. One way of starting your inquiry might be to amass a lot of statistics but statistics is). Finally, the use of qualitative content analysis for conducting case study research is examined and evaluated. 10 Since this paper only aims to serve as the starting point for a more thorough discussion of the application of qualitative content analysis for case study research, the scope is rather narrow. In fact, GLÄSER and LAUDEL (2004) contend that qualitative content analysis is hardly used (p.44) and TITSCHER et al. (2000) in their bibliometric survey of the prominence of methods text analysis come to a similar conclusion as far as method literature citations are concerned (pp.217-218). E.g. HARTLEY, 1994, p.208; HARTLEY, 2004, p.323). STAKE (2000) concurs, suggesting that case studies have become "one of the most common ways to do qualitative inquiry" (p.435). However, there have also been traditional prejudices against case study strategy in such a way that case studies have been viewed as a less desirable form of inquiry.
The Use of Qualitative Content Analysis in Case Study Research 5.1. Mixed methods and triangulation 5.2 Case study research and qualitative content analysis Openness and ability to deal with complexity Theory-guided analysis Integration of context Integration of different material/evidence Integration of quantitative steps of analysis 5.3 Limitations of qualitative content analysis 6.
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