Culturally Responsive Approaches to Evaluation
Empirical Implications for Theory and Practice
- Jill Anne Chouinard - The University of North Carolina - Greensboro, USA
- Fiona Cram - Katoa Ltd.
Evaluation in Practice Series
Evaluation | Program Evaluation | Social Work Administration
This book provides an in-depth look at the relationships between culture and evaluation/research. Prepare yourself for a read that will transform your practice!
This is one of those rare texts which can serve both as an introduction and as an advanced consideration of evaluation.
Everyone conducting social scientific research should have this essential resource on their shelf -- since not every program evaluator is an anthropologist, this is the next best thing to inform your thinking about culturally responsive practices in program evaluation.
Well-done and much-needed text on an important topic in program evaluation.
This book can guide evaluators to create a future for evaluation that could lead to improved responsiveness to the needs of members of marginalized communities, and increase the transformative contribution of evaluation to improved social justice in the world.