Case Study & Computing: Advanced Qualitative Methods in the Study of Human Behavior

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Intellect Books, 1996 - Psychology - 290 pages
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Contents

On the Merits of the Particular Case
1
Considering All WaysThe Analysis
8
Comparision and Contrast
19
On the Uncertainty Principle
28
Acknowledgements
34
Evolving Datacase Designs
45
Adding ValueThe Hypercard Society of Mind
64
Secondary AnalysisThe Hartley Hale Datacase
72
Usefulness of the Ring Facility
97
Acknowledgements
103
A Case Analysis Support Environment
109
References in Experiencing Youth
120
The Social Construction of Knowledge
125
Knowledge Interaction and Language
189
Social and Cognitive Stability
247
Author Index
281

Summary of Efforts and Lessons Learned
85

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