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Here is where each author should state the problem that the project addresses. Make clear what question or questions the project seeks to answer? Describe also why the problem is interesting and why the case study is important.


This section should provide necessary contextual information for readers to understand the details of the case study.

Theoretical Approach and General Expectations

Lay out the general explanatory framework that guides the project.


Provide a description of what transformations were used to evaluate expectations. How were data manipulated and what tests were applied?


Share with the readers the results of the transformations described in the methods section. When providing the results, do so free of interpretation. That will be saved for the following section.


Here is the place to discuss the implications of the results in light of expectations defined earlier in the document.


What do the results mean in terms of the larger question? What might be future directions for research?

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