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Download an overview of tasks and options for Describe. This cluster of evaluation tasks involves collecting or retrieving data and analyzing it to answer evaluation questions about what has happened - activities, outcomes and impacts -  and also important contextual information.    
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Download a summary of the tasks, options, and approaches associated with framing the boundaries for an evaluation. Framing an evaluation involves being clear about the boundaries of the evaluation. Why is the evaluation being done? What are the broad evaluation questions it is trying to answer? What are the values that will be used to make judgments about whether it is good or bad, better or worse than alternatives, or getting better or worse?      
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Q-methodology (also known as Q-sort) is the systematic study of participant viewpoints. Q-methodology is used to investigate the perspectives of participants who represent different stances on an issue, by having participants rank and sort a series of statements.
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There are several different ways of using theatre to communicate evaluation findings and engage intended users in responding to them.
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Process tracing is a case-based approach to causal inference which focuses on the use of clues within a case (causal-process observations, CPOs) to adjudicate between alternative possible explanations. 
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Realist analysis of testable hypotheses tests the program theory by developing a nuanced understanding of ‘What works for whom in what circumstances and in what respects, and how?’.

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