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American Journal of Evaluation Prose and Cons about Goal-free Evaluation on Behalf Of: American Evaluation Association Prose and Cons about Goal-free Evaluation Publishers for Permission to Reprint the Excerpt from Chapter 17 of Evaluation Models, a 1983 Book Edited

@inproceedings{Scriven2006AmericanJO,
  title={American Journal of Evaluation Prose and Cons about Goal-free Evaluation on Behalf Of: American Evaluation Association Prose and Cons about Goal-free Evaluation Publishers for Permission to Reprint the Excerpt from Chapter 17 of Evaluation Models, a 1983 Book Edited},
  author={M. Scriven},
  year={2006}
}
  • M. Scriven, M. Scriven
  • Published 2006
  • TRACES are what evaluators left behind—discoveries, records, tracks—which made marks on the profession of program evaluation. Published here are excerpts from our past (e.g., articles, passages from books, speeches) that show where we have been or affected where we are g(r)o(w)ing. Suggestions for inclusion should be sent to the Editor, along with rationale for their import. Photocopies of the original printed versions are preferred with full bibliographic information. Copying… CONTINUE READING