Insights from When Things Go Wrong
Edited by Keith Townsend and Mark N.K. Saunders
Chapter 12: Access, involvement and interference: encounters and experiences of case studies
This chapter addresses some of the practical implications involved in conducting case study research including finding a suitable research question, negotiating access, and gaining participation. The chapter also delves into the less spoken of area of interference in the research while finishing with a discussion on the project management aspect of case research to ensure the research is kept on track. Each section provides a ‘lessons learned’ section providing practical advice for case researchers.
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