Social Network Analysis in Program Evaluation

This special edition of New Directions for Evaluation from the American Evaluation Association (AEA) provides nine articles on social network analysis in program evaluation.

Contents

  • An introduction to social network analysis (pages 5–13)
  • The historical evolution and basic concepts of social network analysis (pages 15–23)
  • Exploring and understanding relationships (pages 25–40)
  • An evaluation of communication among high school faculty using network analysis(pages 41–53)
  • Network analysis of a demonstration program for the developmentally disabled(pages 55–68)
  • Application of network analysis in evaluating knowledge capacity (pages 69–79)
  • A formative evaluation of the integration of two departments (pages 81–94)
  • The value of social network analysis in health care delivery (pages 95–98)
  • Next steps for nodes, nets, and SNA analysis in evaluation (pages 99–101)

Source

Durland, M., Fredericks, K. (Eds.), (2005). New Directions for Evaluation: Special Issue: Social Network Analysis in Program Evaluation (Vol. 2005, Issue,107, pp. 1 - 101). Retrieved from http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ev.v2005:107/issuetoc

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