Theory-testing with cases is ascertaining whether the empirical evidence in a case or in a sample of cases either supports or does not support the theory. There are two methodologies for theory-testing with cases, (a) testing in a single case (â€˜theory-testing single case studyâ€™), and (b) testing in a sample of cases (â€˜theory-testing sample case studyâ€™). The functional form of the proposition that is tested determines which of these two methodologies should be used.
theory-testing;necessary condition;sufficient condition;sample case study;single case study
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