Contents

Preface
Stewart I. Donaldson & Michael Scriven

PART I: INTRODUCTION

Chapter 1: Diverse Visions for Evaluation in the New Millennium:
Should We Integrate or Embrace Diversity?
Stewart I. Donaldson & Michael Scriven

PART II: VISIONS FOR EVALUATING SOCIAL PROGRAMS
And PROBLEMS


Chapter 2: Evaluation in the New Millennium:
The Transdisciplinary Vision
Michael Scriven

Chapter 3: Improving Performance and Accountability:
Responding to Emerging Management Challenges
Joseph S. Wholey

Chapter 4: Empowerment Evaluation Strikes a Responsive Cord
David Fetterman

Chapter 5: Fourth Generation Evaluation in the New Millennium
Yvonna S. Lincoln

Chapter 6: The Inclusive View of Evaluation: Visions for the New
Millennium
Donna M. Mertens

Chapter 7: Theory-Driven Program Evaluation in the New Millennium
Stewart I. Donaldson

PART III: REACTIONS & ALTERNATIVE VISIONS

Chapter 8: Theory-Driven Evaluation and Construct Validity
William D. Crano

Chapter 9: Evaluating Social Programs and Problems:
A Discussant's View
Edith P. Thomas

Chapter 10: Examining the Role of Cultural Competency in
Program Evaluation: Visions for New Millennium Evaluators
Bianca L. Guzman

Chapter 11: Toward a Integrative View of the Theory and Practice
of Program and Policy Evaluation
Melvin M. Mark

About the Contributors

Author Index

Subject Index
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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