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Advancing validity in outcome evaluation : theory and practice

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

New directions for evaluation ; no. 130, Wiley/Jossey-Bass, San Francisco, p.123 (2011)

Call Number:

Cubb LB1028 .N4 NO.130

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/9331897

Keywords:

Evaluation, Task analysis

Abstract:

Contents: Editors' notes / Huey T. Chen, Stewart I. Donaldson, Melvin M. Mark -- Validity frameworks for outcome evaluation / Huey T. Chen, Stewart I. Donaldson, Melvin M. Mark -- What works for whom, where, why, for what, and when?: using evaluation evidence to take action in local contexts / John Gargani, Stewart I. Donaldson -- New (and old) directions for validity concerning generalizability / Melvin M. Mark -- Criticisms of and an alternative to the Shadish, Cook, and Campbell validity typology / Charles S. Reichardt -- Reframing validity in research and evaluation: a multidimensional, systematic model of valid inference / George Julnes -- Conflict of interest and Campbellian validity / Ernest R. House -- The construct(ion) of validity as argument / Jennifer C. Greene -- Assessing program outcomes from the bottom-up approach: an innovative perspective to outcome evaluation / Huey T. Chen, Paul Garbe -- The truth about validity / William R. Shadish.

Publication Language:

eng