Evaluation Thesaurus

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SAGE, Aug 27, 1991 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 391 pages

Written by one of the leaders in evaluation, Evaluation Thesaurus, Fourth Edition, provides readers with a quick analysis of the leading concepts, positions, acronyms, processes, techniques, and checklists in the field of evaluation. Containing nearly 2000 entries, Michael Scriven's thesaurus offers professionals and students a guide for understanding the relation of evaluation to the doctrine of value-free social science, ways to integrate the parts of multi-dimensional evaluations into an overall rating, the realities of evaluation consulting, and techniques for the use of spreadsheets in qualitative evaluation.


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I haven't seen this edition, but I rely on my Second Edition (1980) constantly as I teach courses in research and evaluation. Scriven writes with authority, clarity, and refreshing humor on this important topic. Great reference for students, faculty, practitioners or organizations conducting or considering conducting an evaluation of programs.  

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