Does case‐study methodology lack rigour? The need for quality criteria for sound case‐study research, as illustrated by a recent case in secondary and higher education

@article{KyburzGraber2004DoesCM,
  title={Does case‐study methodology lack rigour? The need for quality criteria for sound case‐study research, as illustrated by a recent case in secondary and higher education},
  author={Regula Kyburz‐Graber *},
  journal={Environmental Education Research},
  year={2004},
  volume={10},
  pages={53 - 65}
}
There is a tendency to use case-study research methodology for research issues aiming at simply describing a complex situation, and to draw conclusions with insufficient rigour. Sound case-study research, however, follows discriminate rules which can be described in all the dimensions of a full case-study research process. This paper examines dimensions of case-study research methodology, relating them to scientific research quality criteria. The reasoning is illustrated by the example of case… 

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