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Evaluation as Peacebuilding?: Transformative Values, Processes, and Outcomes

Mika, Harry
June 4, 2015

Source: (2002) Contemporary Justice Review. 5(4): 339-349.

An evaluation approach that is collaborative and elicitive may well serve as a catalyst for transforming relationships of power, standing in stark contrast to more conventional and staid evaluation practices that are techinical in nature and actuarial in intent. Election of an orientation is the most decisive and strategic choice that is made in approaching evaluation and articulating value imperatives in fieldwork, coloring as it surely does the pragmative stages of evaluation and good practice for the peacebuilder.


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