|aThe case writing workbook :|ba self-guided workshop /|cGina Vega.
|aNew York :|bRoutledge, Taylor & Francis Group,|cc2017.
|axix, 315 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references.
|aIntroduction: how to use this workbook -- Module 1. Getting started -- What is a case? -- The two main kinds of cases : teaching cases and research cases -- Frequently used case models -- Reality v. fiction -- How to use cases -- Why write cases? -- References and readings.
This book offers a modular set of chapters that focus specifically on challenges related to case writing. Exercises, worksheets, and training activities will help guide readers sequentially through the entire process of writing both a case and an instructor’s manual (teaching note).Designed as an individualized workshop to assist case authors to structure their writing, this book combines the easy-to-understand, student-focused language of the first edition with new material covering the latest developments and challenges in the world of case writing. These include:A section on writing cases in condensed time frames A new module on writing short cases in various formats A new module on turning research papers into teaching tools A section about growing communities of practice in a university An expansion of the student case writing module to include a section on case writing for graduate students Twelve new worksheetsA complete index to facilitate use of the bookFinishing all the book’s assignments will result in a complete case and instructor’s manual that can be tested in the classroom and submitted to a conference or journal. The Case Writing Workbook is a must for the shelf of any academic or student conducting qualitative research and looking to enhance their skill set.