Examples of case study in a Sentence
a case study of prisoners
The company's recent history is a case study in bad management.
Recent Examples of case study from the Web
Evidence from 2004, when a repatriation holiday allowed corporations to bring back overseas profits at a lower rate, provides a good case study.
The plague of Justinian is a case study in the extraordinarily complex relationship between human and natural systems.
New Jersey is offering a case study in how online shopping is redrawing industrial real-estate markets.
Flake’s re-election race is becoming a case study in the GOP’s convulsions between the establishment, a furious base, and angry donors.
In an effort to flaunt the accessory’s face-framing forte, thoughtful hair-meets-flare combinations are popping up outside of shows in Paris with the kind of highly lensed regularity that warrants an extended case study.
But choking wasn't the cause, according to a case study published Wednesday in the journal Pediatrics.
Houston, still recovering from the devastation wrought by Harvey, would be another prime case study, Strader said.
In 95 percent of the cases studied, the interactions were between humpbacks and mammal-eating killer whales.
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CASE STUDY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of case study for English Language Learners
: a published report about a person, group, or situation that has been studied over time; also : a situation in real life that can be looked at or studied to learn about something
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