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Preserving Families
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Preserving Families
Evaluation Resources for Practitioners and Policymakers

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Volume: 117
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Social Work - Families

June 1990 | 176 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
The evaluation of social programmes for families and children that focus on keeping the family intact - rather than those that emphasize removing the child from the family - is discussed in this volume. Written primarily for evaluators and administrators involved in analyzing family services, chapters raise issues pertinent to the design of both comprehensive and special focus studies.
Cecelia E Sudia
Foreword
Ying-Ying T Yuan and Michele Rivest
Introduction
Leonard Feldman
Target Population Definition
Kristine E Nelson
Program Environment and Organization
Carol L Pearson
Service Inputs and Outputs
Mark Fraser
Program Outcome Measures
Ying-Ying T Yuan
Cost Analysis
Leonard Bickman
Study Design

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