"Results chain or pipeline logic models represent a program theory as a linear process with inputs and activities at the front and long-term outcomes at the end. Various models have been developed for different purposes each with relative advantages and disadvantages." Funnell, S. and Rogers, P. (2011) p 387
Developing a logic Model - Teaching and Training Guide: This guide form the University of Wisconsin-Extension provides a range of activities that introduce the reader to creating and using logic models.
Funnell, S. and Rogers, P. (2011) Purposeful Program Theory: Effective Use of Theories of Change and Logic Models (San Francisco, CA: John Wiley & Sons), pp387. Can be purchased via http://www.josseybass.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-0470478578.html
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