The initial step to writing a case study is determining your focus of study and creating an outline to guide that study.
Determine the issue that you want to explore for your case study and generate an inquiry question that targets an aspect of that issue. In your introduction, you will be expected to briefly explain how this issue is considered a social justice issue, so be sure to design your question to express its social justice connections.
Your case study will require you to look at issues, events, groups, people, statistics, policies and possible legislation from a variety of sources, and will ask you to consider proposed solutions to resolve a situation of social injustice.
In your research, you will come across content that may suggest a particular bias or inherent point of perspective. For this reason, it is strongly suggested that you consult as many primary sources as possible.
The research that you explore should specifically address that question and provide evidence of how it has been or is being addressed. Your case study will be based on researched sources and will be comprised of mainly secondary resources, therefore you must be sure to find the most appropriate and accurate resources available. Be cognizant of where you are drawing your information from and the accuracy of that information.
Another key point about the resources you choose is to be sure your research expresses a well-rounded account of the issue.
Consider how your personal perspectives, maybe evident in your inquiry question, link to the evidence found, and determine if the sources are addressing the issue in similar ways have. Also consider how this issue has evolved or devolved over time.
Present your conclusions. This should provide a response for your initial inquiry. This conclusion is a culmination of the variety of sources you consulted in your case study