Storys v. Case Studies LO1244
Tim Temple (email@example.com)
Tue, 16 May 1995 11:29:22 -0700
On Sat, 13 May 1995, Jim Michmerhuizen replies:
>On Wed, 3 May 1995, James W. Hunt wrote:
>> How is storytelling different from real world case studies?
>So I think the answer to the question is "not much". In fact with some
>writers, the theory (?) is already implicit in the selection of case
>studies, so I can skip the exegesis.
The only difference I can tell is that case studies are
historical/factual. Stories don't have to be. Maybe case
studies is a subset of stories?
Tim Temple, Member of Technical Staff
Hewlett-Packard's Software Initiative
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