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why are scientists cautios about making generalizations from case studies
case studies contain a very small sample along with a tendency to focus on rare, abnormal cases that usually gather qualitative data it makes the study difficult to replicate (and hence difficult to generalise).
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User: why are scientists cautios about making generalizations from case studies

Weegy: case studies contain a very small sample along with a tendency to focus on rare, abnormal cases that usually gather qualitative data it makes the study difficult to replicate (and hence difficult to generalise).
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