Authors: Jonathan A. Morell. eBook ISBN: 9781483149950.
Authors: Jonathan A. eBook ISBN: 9781483137186
Authors: Jonathan A. eBook ISBN: 9781483137186. The concept of "outcome evaluation" is also organized into meaningful categories which can be used for the intelligent planning of appropriate evaluation activities.
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Jonathan A. Morell's scientific contributions. The article begins with an explanation of why logic models are so important in evaluation, and why the utility of models is limited if they are not continually revised based on empirical evaluation data. It sets the argument within the larger context of the value and limitations of models in the scientific enterprise.
by Jonathan A. ISBN13:9780080233598. Release Date:January 1980. Publisher:Elsevier Science & Technology Books. 84 lbs. Dimensions:9.
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Evaluation as Social Technology. In evaluation as it has been practiced, requirements for specialized training have caused a trade-off between rigor of method and the extent of program staff’s involvement in the evaluation process. 1. View via Publisher. UNICEF and UNAIDS Evaluations of HIV/AIDS Programmes in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Morell, J. A. Evaluation in prevention: Implications from a general model. Prevention in Human Services, 1981,1.
Social Psychology Health Psychology Graduate Program. Elmsford, N. Pergamon Press, 1979. Morell, J. Theme issue on evaluation)Google Scholar. Threats to the utility of social science for practical decision making. American Behavioral Scientist (Special Issue: Values and Applied Social Science), 1982,26(2), November/December. Morell identifies the types of surprises that arise at different stages of a program's life cycle and that may affect different aspects of the evaluation, from stakeholder relationships to data quality, methodology, funding, deadlines, information use, and program outcomes. Morell offers guidelines for responding effectively to surprises and for determining the risks and benefits of potential solutions.