The second step explores section of study cases and determination of data gathering and analysis techniques; here I will employ use of multiple sources relevant to my study and techniques in data gathering process. There afterwards, I will systematically organize the data to ensure focus to the original purpose and questions of the research. This is achievable by collection and multiple storage of evidence expansively and analytically in appropriate formats for easy reference and sorting. Further, I will evaluate and analyze the data using a broad spectrum in interpretation, to establish relationship between the research project and the results in relation to original research question. The case study method supports multiple data collection methods and analysis techniques, presenting me with opportunities adequate to triangulate data to enhance findings and conclusions. Finally, I would prepare the final report by portraying the case as chronological recounting. Throughout the report preparation stage, I will examine the report to ensure it is complete and even apply an audience group to review and give comments about the draft before making necessary revisions (Brian & Loizos 21–30).The proposed case study method, under more realistic set of constraints for a seminar research paper, is relevant in addressing the study questions considering the following explanation.