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- Case study research: opening up research opportunities
- Political Ontology
- Marsh y Furlong a Skin not a sweater ontology in political science Nelson
Case study research: opening up research opportunities
The case study approach has been widely used in management studies and the social sciences more generally. However, there are still doubts about when and how case studies should be used. This paper aims to discuss this approach, its various uses and applications, in light of epistemological principles, as well as the criteria for rigor and validity. This paper discusses the various concepts of case and case studies in the methods literature and addresses the different uses of cases in relation to epistemological principles and criteria for rigor and validity. This study offers a number of implications for the practice of management research, as it shows how the case study approach does not commit the researcher to particular data collection or interpretation methods. Furthermore, the use of cases can be justified according to multiple epistemological orientations. Takahashi, A.
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A Skin, not a Sweater: Ontology and Epistemology in Political. Science. DAVID MARSH AND PAUL FURLONG. This chapter introduces the reader to the key.
Marsh y Furlong a Skin not a sweater ontology in political science Nelson
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David Marsh , Selen A. Ercan , Paul Furlong. A skin not a sweater : Ontology and Epistemology in Political Science. Ercan, Selen ; Furlong, Paul.
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Several chapters in this book contain references to ontology and epistemology, some of them relatively lengthy. Perhaps more often, positions on these issues are implicit, but no less significant. Even if these positions are unacknowledged, they shape the approach to theory and the methods which the social scientist uses. At first the questions raised may seem difficult, but they are not issues that can be avoided.