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Basic guide to write a Case Study

 

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A case study is a tool that is used to get information or gather knowledge of a research topic. Case studies are mostly used to get detailed information, mostly in the fields of social sciences, business studies and life sciences.

The main purpose of any case study is to investigate. There are two main kinds of case studies. One is for business studies and the second type is for academics.

The person who is writing a case study must examine the qualitative performance in research. While carrying out the study, one has to read, examine, investigate and then write a detailed report regarding the entire process and findings.

Academic case studies help students prepare themselves for real-life situations and how to deal with them in their professional life after completing studies.

Case study is a tool, research methodology or a method of analysis. It is a way to gather extensive knowledge and information about a person, a group of people, a problem, or a phenomenon to find results that will prove useful in figuring out future trends and eliminating existing mistakes.

The aim of a case study shouldn’t be simply finding information but understanding the issue and proposing different strategies to eradicate the problem from society.

Case studies are mostly used in the fields of business sciences, social sciences and life sciences.

Proposed Solution is an extremely crucial part as pointing out flaws is pretty simple but when it comes to providing solutions no one has the answer.

Come up with a clear and simple solution for the problem being faced.

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