This "memo controversy" could form almost a case study of the ugly method.
Business seminars could use the Ford implosion as a case study to show the need to remain agile and change with the times.
The 2006 campaign, in any event, was a case study in tribal divisiveness.
His family is a case study in the acculturation process he now trumpets.
It all adds up to a kind of case study of Washington dysfunction.
He was asked to review a case study out of Lebanon that had cited his work.
“It never crossed my mind to use another book for a case study,” she wrote on her blog, City Girl.
A case study from 30 years ago--one with remarkable resonance for the global financial crises of today--suggests the risks ahead.
How could a case study of Virginia during this period illustrate these developments?
As this is a case study, it should be said that my first mistake was in discrediting my early religious experience.
case study n.
A detailed analysis of a person or group, especially as a model of medical, psychiatric, psychological, or social phenomena.
An exemplary or cautionary model; an instructive example.