Description - The Practice-Theory Relationship in Evaluation by Christina A. Christie
Exploring research's impact on evaluation practice
The Practice-Theory Relationship in Evaluation: New Directions for Evaluation presents the finding of a unique empirical study of evaluation, comparing the reported practices of evaluation theorists with real-world practices in the field. A selection of leading authorities offer both analyses and perspectives on the study's impact on the field, prompting deep consideration of the role of empirical study of evaluation and the relationship between concept and practice. Empirical study of evaluation is key to improving practices and developing alternate approaches, and this book stimulates the level of debate necessary for determining future directions.
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(229mm x 154mm x 7mm)
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Author Biography - Christina A. Christie
CHRISTINA A. CHRISTIE is an assistant professor and the associate director of the Institute of Organizational and Program Evaluation Research at Claremont Graduate University, School of Behavioral and Organizational Sciences. She is chair of the Theories of Evaluation Division of the American Evaluation Association.