Topics Appropriate to Evaluation Research
Evaluation research is appropriate whenever some social intervention occurs or is planned.
is an action taken within a social context for the purpose of producing some intended result.
In its simplest sense, evaluation research is the process of determining whether a social intervention has produced the intended result.
The topics appropriate for evaluation research are limitless.
The questions appropriate for evaluation research are of great practical significance: jobs, programs, and investments as well as values and beliefs.