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Title: Getting under the skin : how participatory evaluation supports organizational change
Authors: McLaren, Kate
Turcot, Paul
Keywords: EVALUATION TECHNIQUES
PARTICIPATORY ACTION RESEARCH (PAR)
SOCIAL ANALYSIS SYSTEMS
FREELISTING
PILE SORTING
THE WHEEL
VALUES AND GAINS
SOCIAL DOMAIN
ACTIVITY DYNAMICS
ROMAN CAROUSEL
CONSULTING
YOUTH
CIVIC ENGAGEMENT
WORKPLACE ENGAGEMENT
CANADA
FORUM
INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: South House Exchange, Ottawa, ON, CA
Description: Meeting: Celebrating Dialogue : An International SAS2 Forum, November 3, 2008, Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, CA
This presentation was prepared in conjunction with "Bridges that Change the World" by Diane Trahan and Julie Rocheleau of Canada World Youth
SAS reports are made available in order to provide timely access to the information by interested researchers. This report has been subject to an internal review process to ensure accuracy and quality.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/36477
Project Number: 102600
Project Title: Social Analysis Systems - Phase II
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