Category: Case StudyHow to develop a case study

Nowadays, I am working on a research with the topic: Susceptibilities of Salmonella typhi and other bacterial pathogens to antibiotics and hot aqueous extract of Hibiscus sabdariffa.
It has become a nightmare for me as I need to include a case study in this research suggested by my supervisor but I don’t know how to begin with it? How to develop it?
Please help!!

asked on 19 Jul 18Aanchal S aanchal s
3 Answers
answered on 19 Jul 18

I am writing some guidelines to teach you how to write a case study.
Pick your case study subject with the best-finished work upheld by quantifiable outcomes that show how you tackled a respondents issue.
Accumulate as much data as could be expected over the whole story.
Plan the case study so it’s visually appealing enough for prospects to read.

Lalit Mudra Lalit Mudra
answered on 20 Jul 18

Things you’ll need while writing the case study.
Informed consent
Well thought-out interview questions
Good quality photographs
Well kept records of case studies’ details and consent

Priyanshu Rathore Priyanshu Rathore
answered on 22 Jul 18

Case studies are the deep analysis of a particular person or a group. Data is collected by utilizing different kind of methods and various sources such as observations, interviews and many more. The research may also continue for an extended period of time, so processes and developments can be studied as they happen.

Lisa Hedgewell Lisa Hedgewell

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