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Book chapter
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Reference no. 2449BC
Authors: William Ellet
Chapter from: "The Case Study Handbook: How to Read, Discuss, and Write Persuasively About Cases"
Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Published in: 2007

Abstract

A case is a text that refuses to explain itself. How do you construct a meaning for it? This chapter discusses in depth a case situation approach that identifies features of a case that can be helpful to its analysis and encourages active reading. This chapter is excerpted from ‘The Case Study Handbook: How to Read, Discuss, and Write Persuasively About Cases'.

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Abstract

A case is a text that refuses to explain itself. How do you construct a meaning for it? This chapter discusses in depth a case situation approach that identifies features of a case that can be helpful to its analysis and encourages active reading. This chapter is excerpted from ‘The Case Study Handbook: How to Read, Discuss, and Write Persuasively About Cases'.

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