Evaluate Case Study Design

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Your task this week is to prepare a PowerPoint presentation for an undergraduate psychology research methods course in which you synthesize and evaluate key components and principles of case study research. To do so, you will need to locate at least two peer-review articles in which the researchers used a case study design. You will use these studies as well as three peer-reviewed articles related to the topic you submitted in Week 1, to help illustrate points throughout your presentation.
The presentation should critically demonstrate the following:
Identify the strengths, challenges, assumptions, and limitations of the design.
Appraise the role of the researcher in this qualitative design method. Note any potential ethical considerations.
Generate sample research question(s) based upon your topic choice from Week 1 that would be appropriate for this design, justifying your questions.
Define the essential components of case study design, and explain how these components fit within the overall framework of this design.
Incorporate appropriate animations, transitions, and graphics as well as “speaker notes” for each slide. The speaker notes may be comprised of brief paragraphs or bulleted lists.
Support your presentation with at least five scholarly resources. In addition to these specified resources, other appropriate scholarly resources may be included.
Length: 10-12 slides (with a separate reference slide)
Notes Length: 200-300 words for each slide
Be sure to include citations for quotations and paraphrases with references in APA format and style where appropriate. Save the file as PPT with the correct course code information.

Week one topic below:

Overview of the research topic on clinical health
For research participants and researchers alike, a narrative inquiry is a pervasive structure with that they understand and portray the meanings and experiences of events, accounting for their conducts and behavior of others, and disclose themselves to others in a manner where they would wish to be seen. Besides, in doing this, the clinical researchers depict something of their social world structure. Therefore, for the reasons, the narratives, which individuals tell, offer important information concerning their experience in connection to social life and identity. Clinical researchers offer the structured approach in carrying out narrative analysis, which accounts for the means where individuals position themselves via narrating stories to the audience in the wider social life context (Bardou