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15 February 2012

432 Pages | 59 line-cuts, 23 tables, and 8 boxes

7 x 10 inches

ISBN: 9780199859054


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Program Evaluation for Social Workers

Foundations of Evidence-Based Programs

Sixth edition

Richard M. Grinnell, Jr., Peter A. Gabor, and Yvonne A. Unrau

  • Prepares social workers to become more accountable via the use of case-and-program level evaluation techniques
  • Emphasizes diversity, ethics, stakeholder engagement, and the use of program logic models throughout the book
  • Includes numerous text boxes that illustrate the historical, cultural, and political contexts of program evaluation
  • Offers free access to online resources for students and instructors, including PowerPoint presentations, interactive flash cards, and over 200 sample test questions

New to this Edition:

  • Four new chapters on the evaluation process (Chapter 2), evaluation ethics (Chapter 4), evaluation designs (Chapter 10), and the use of measuring instruments (Chapter 12) in addition to an extensive glossary
  • The four chapters in Part III (Evaluation Toolkit) present content that bridges the conceptual foundational chapters (Parts I & II) and the data-driven decision-making processes at the case and program levels (Part IV)
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