1 edition of A collection of cases of apoplexy : with an explanatory introduction found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Edward Copeman|
|Contributions||Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||205|
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Brooklyn Museum. Full text of "Cases of apoplexy and lethargy: with observations upon the comatose diseases". The authors report a case of pituitary apoplexy resulting in bilateral internal carotid artery occlusion, with marked depression of consciousness and hemiplegia.
Because pituitary apoplexy is rare, and because most cases occur suddenly in the absence of prior suspicion for pituitary pathology, it has been a difficult condition to study. Shorter Works in a Collection (Rule ): When a shorter work appears in a collection with various authors, the name of the author of the shorter work should appear as it does on the first page of the article, in normal typeface, followedFile Size: 97KB.
The book shows the case study research process as a “linear but iterative process” (p. xxii) and provides practical and technical discussions on each of the six elements of case study research Author: Trista Hollweck. Start studying Chapter 1: Introduction to Legal Research, Writing, and Analysis.
Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Introduction (1/2) Reasons for traditional prejudice against case studies Lack of rigor while performing research Confused case study teaching with case study research Concerns over generalizability They are too long, and results are massive, unreadable documents Data collection procedures are not routinized Case study purposes (not mutually.
Case studies are a popular research method in business area. Case studies aim to analyze specific issues within the boundaries of a specific environment, situation or organization.
According to its design, case studies in business research can be divided into three categories: explanatory, descriptive and. Case Study Approach In Case Studies Words | 6 Pages. CASE STUDY APPROACH IN QUALITATIVE RESEARCH Kanti Sinha Department of Philosophy, e,Contai, Purba Midnapore,West Bengal, India [email protected] Introduction Miles and Huberman () present a graphic meaning of a case study by suggesting that it is like a circle with a heart in.
Seventeenth century concepts of "apoplexy" as reflected in Bonet's "Sepulchretum" Article in Journal of the History of the Neurosciences 15(3) October with 42 Reads.
Case reports and descriptions of apoplexy in the textbook and memoirs by Joseph Frank (), descriptions of patients with apoplexy from the proceedings of Vilnius University Clinic were. Een zeer uitgebreide samenvatting van Robert K.
Yin's boek "Research: design and methods." 4-th edition, A very extensive summary of Robert K. Yin’s famous book "Case Study Research: design and methods." 4-th edition, Advise. Read the book first and after doing that this summary.
Although your experience with one exam is an exception, the research findings explain a certain proportion of the many possible cases. FEEDBACK: Controlled Research is Better than Experience — Research findings do not explain every case, but they explain a certain proportion of the many possible cases.
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Meaning: The case study method is a very popular form of qualitative analysis and involves a careful and complete observation of a social unit, be that unit a person, a family, an institution, a cultural group or even the entire community.
It is a method of study in depth rather than breadth. The case study places more emphasis on the full analysis of a limited number of events or conditions.
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Besides discussing case study design, data collection, and analysis, the refresher addresses several key features of case study research. First, an abbreviated definition of a “case study” will help identify the circumstances when you might choose to use the case study method instead of (or as a complement to) some other research Size: KB.
In the social and life sciences, a case study is a research method involving an up-close, in-depth, and detailed examination of a particular case. For example, a case study in medicine may examine a specific patient a doctor treated, and a case study in business might study a particular firm's strategy.
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Hahlo's South African company law through the cases: a source book: a collection of cases on company law, with explanatory notes and comments. [J T Pretorius; H R Hahlo;]. Introduction. The case study approach is particularly useful to employ when there is a need to obtain an in-depth appreciation of an issue, event or phenomenon of interest, in its natural real-life context.
case studies can be used to explain, In collective or multiple case studies, data collection needs to be flexible enough to allow a Cited by: