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CASE STUDY FOCUS :-
Case study methodology involves taking efforts to Design the case study , Conduct the case study , Analyze the case study evidence and Develop the conclusions, recommendations and implication.
A case study is a research strategy, an inquiry that investigates a phenomenon within its real-life context. The research object in a case study is often a program, an entity, a person, or a group of people. Each object is likely to be intricately connected to political, social, historical and personal issues, providing wide ranging possibilities for questions and adding complexity to the case study. The researcher investigates the object of the case study in depth using a variety of data gathering methods to produce evidence that leads to understanding of the case and answers the research question. The learning of management theories being accomplished through case study focus inculcates habit of implementing acquired knowledge. It is not sufficient to merely equip oneself with the tools and techniques, rather it is important to put them to use.
Case studies are complex because they generally involve multiple sources of data, may include multiple cases within a study and produce large amounts of data for analysis. Researchers from many disciplines use the case study method to build upon theory, to produce new theory, to dispute or challenge theory, to explain a situation, to provide a basis to apply solutions to situations, to explore, or to describe an object or phenomenon.
The advantages of the case study method are its applicability to real-life, contemporary, human situations and its public accessibility through written reports.