A case study analysis should identify key issues and problems, outline and assess alternative solutions, and draw appropriate conclusions.
A logical background that appropriately reviews the literature pertaining to your specific research
problem provides meaningful context for the reader, whilst establishing your credibility as a scholar
who understands your field and has identified an important area for research. The literature review
therefore provides appropriate context and a well-defined research question creates clarity for the
rest of your thesis strategy.
Moving forward from alignment, you are required to provide the rationale and detail for appropriate
research methods for your research project. This should include consideration of the ethical issues
and recommended implementation of the ethical principles for your chosen method as well as initial
consideration of the types of analysis and interpretation that would be undertaken.