Fill-in the chart project
For this project, you will need to start by surveying the “case study topics” listed in column A. Then, look below the chart in the “case units table” and assign the appropriate case unit for each topic, drawing from the “case units table” (i.-iv.) and inserting the correct option into “case study chart” (column B). After you have finished, you will again look below the chair, this time in the “data sources table.” Assign the appropriate data source for each topic, drawing from the “data sources table” (i.-iv.) and inserting the correct option into the “case study chart” (column C). After you have finished, you will again look below the chart, this time in the “methods table.” Assign the appropriate data collection method for each topic, drawing from the “methods table” (i.-iv.) and inserting the correct option into the “case unit chart” (column D).
Once you have completed filling-in the chart, you can contemplate how you might triangulate to improve the trustworthiness and generalization of your study (e.g., data source triangulation, methods triangulation).
Case Study Chart
Case Study Topics
Data Collection Methods
Crisis responses to high-stress scenarios among expert-level pilots in three professional aviation organizations
Job performance of four separate corporate training cohorts from different cities, aimed at upper-level managers
Perceptions of ‘college readiness’ held by high school teachers of outgoing seniors, as well as college teachers of entering freshman (in a given state system)
The experience of ‘emotional resilience’ counseling among adults who have attended two support groups in a single metro area
Case Units Table
Data Source Table
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