Evaluative Research: Principles and Practice in Public Service and Social Action Progr
Russell Sage Foundation, 31 déc. 1968 - 196 pages
Describes the techniques used to determine the extent to which social goals are being achieved, to locate the barriers to these goals, and to discover the unanticipated results of social actions. The book is divided into three main sections: the conceptual, methodological, and administrative aspects of evaluation.
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Chapter III Concepts and Principles of Evaluation
Chapter IV Types and Categories of Evaluation
Chapter V The Conduct of Evaluative Research
Chapter VI The Evaluative Research Design
Chapter VII The Measurement of Effects
Chapter VIII Evaluation and Program Administration
Chapter IX The Administration of Evaluation Studies
Chapter X The Social Experiment and the Future of Evaluative Research
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