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Click to edit Master subtitle style  2/10/11 Policy Analysis and  Program Evaluation CRIM 300 Unit 9: Fall 2010
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 2/10/11 Research purpose, not method : Can use many  designs, data collection sources or methods, and  both qualitative and quantitative approaches Deductive approach : Tests the hypothesized  effectiveness of a policy or program  Applied approach : Goal is to provide evidence- What are Policy Analysis and Program  Evaluation?
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 2/10/11 Funders’ perspective : How well is my money being  spent?  What is the policy/program achieving, and  is it worth it? Policymaker and program managers’ perspective What is my policy or program achieving?  How  can I improve the way it runs? Why Evaluate Policies and 
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 2/10/11 1. Needs assessment Is there a significant problem to face?
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