6 edition of New Approaches to Evaluating Community Initiatives, Vol. 2 found in the catalog.
January 1, 2002
by Aspen Institute
Written in English
|Contributions||Karen Fulbright-Anderson (Editor), Anne C. Kubisch (Editor), James P. Connell (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
Theory of Change (ToC) is a specific type of methodology for planning, participation, and evaluation that is used in companies, philanthropy, not-for-profit and government sectors to promote social of Change defines long-term goals and then maps backward to identify necessary preconditions. Theory of Change explains the process of change by outlining causal linkages in an. Connell, J.P. and Kubisch, A.C. () ‘Applying a theory of change approach to the evaluation of comprehensive community initiatives: progress, prospects and problems’, in K. Fulbright-Anderson, A.C. Kubisch, and J.P. Connell (eds) New approaches to evaluating community initiatives: Volume 2 – Theory, measurement and analysis.
Approaches to Evaluating Community Initiatives, vol.2, New York: Aspen Roundtable. Measuring organization-level progress 4. “Performance Management: Basic Concepts.” 5. Glickman and Servon, “More than Bricks and Sticks: Five Components of Community Development Corporation Capacity,” Housing Policy Debate (). Size: 69KB. Defining the term "rural" has long been a problem for social researchers and practitioners. Martinez-Brawley () explained that "the U.S. Bureau of the Census () defines 'rural' as open country and towns and villages of fewer than 2, persons, but that definition has not proved helpful in formulating practice principles useful to social workers outside large population centers" (p. ).
Chapter 1 Evaluating Community Collaborations: An Overview by Thomas E. Backer, Human Interaction Research Institute are increasingly popular approaches to the evaluation process. Participatory evaluation is a policies or practices in the community as well as the development of new . Ethnographically informed community evaluation: A framework and approach for evaluating community-based initiatives. The Maternal and Child Health Journal, DOI /s However, new approaches that incorporate more sophisticated quantitative and qualitative methods are .
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The Roundtable on Comprehensive Community Initiatives for Children and Families is a forum in which persons involved in the current generation of community-based cross-systems can engage in discussion about their work. Roundtable members, now number meet biannually to share lessons they are learning and to work on common problems they by: 1.
New Approaches to Evaluating Community Initiatives Vol. 2: Theory, Measurement, and Analysis Edited by Karen Fulbright-Anderson, Anne C. Kubisch, and James P. Connell September 8, New Approaches to Evaluating Community Initiatives Volume 1: Concepts, Methods, and Contexts.
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New Approaches to Evaluating Community Initiatives Volume 2: Theory, Measurement, and Analysis. This article describes a model and design for evaluating a comprehensive community health promotion initiative.
The theoretically based model was designed by the authors to evaluate a countywide initiative based on developmental assets, a framework for healthy youth development promoted by the Search Institute in Minneapolis, by: Karen Fulbright-Anderson Vol.
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Weiss, C. () ‘Nothing as Practical as a Good Theory: Exploring Theory-Based Evaluation for Comprehensive Community Initiatives’, in J. Connell, A. Kubisch, L. Schorr and C. Weiss (eds) New Approaches to Evaluating Community Initiatives: Cited by: 1. Introduction. For several decades, “logic models” have been used as tools for program planning, management, and evaluation (Bickman,Chen,Chen and Rossie,Wholey, ).A logic model is a graphic display or ‘map’ of the relationship between a program's resources, activities, and intended results, which also identifies the program's underlying theory and Cited by: Comprehensive Community Initiatives: Principles, Practice, and Lessons Learned Article (PDF Available) in The Future of Children 7(2) June with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Home» Learn A Skill» Toolkits» This toolkit aids in developing an evaluation of a community program or initiative. Those involved in operating the program or initiative (e.g., staff, volunteers, community members, sponsors, and collaborators) Those prioritized groups served or affected by the effort (e.g., those experiencing the.
Granger, Robert C. () ‘Establishing causality in evaluations of comprehensive community initiatives’, in New approaches to evaluating community initiatives.
Vol 2: Theory, measurement, and analysis (eds) Karen Fulbright-Anderson, Anne C. Kubisch and James P. by: Applying a theory of change approach to the evaluation of comprehensive community initiatives: Progress, prospects, and problems.
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2).Applying a Theory of Change Approach to the Evaluation of Comprehensive Community Initiatives: Progress, Prospects, and Problems. James P. Connell and Anne C. Kubisch. Since its birth in the late s and early s, the field of comprehensive community initiatives (CCIs) has been struggling to find evaluation strategies and methodologies that.