Case Study translated into my domain lingo

“Case study purpose
The general purpose of a case study is to:
 
[my lingo: APPLIED DOMAIN – contains all /any parts]
→ describe an individual situation (case), e.g. a person, business, organisation, or institution, in detail;
 
[my lingo: PRINCIPLES OF A DOMAIN]
→ identify the key issues of the case
 
[my lingo: PHILOSOPHY OF DOMAIN]
→ analyse the case using relevant theoretical concepts from your unit or discipline;
 
[my lingo: APPLIED DOMAIN]
→ recommend a course of action for that particular case (particularly for problem-solving case studies).
 
As with reports (see Writing), there are two major kinds of case studies: problem-solving case studies [my lingo: APPLIED DOMAIN] and descriptive case studies [my lingo: APPLIED DOMAIN].”

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