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Evaluation research is also a form of applied research, one that attempts to systematically evaluate how effective a specific program, action or policy or other object of research has been, in comparison to goals or standards established when such programs were put in place. Typically, evaluation research is the type of research paper carried out to improve the effectiveness of a policy or program with the goal of providing feedback to the personnel involved in the program’s operation, and may be applied in a cyclical manner as implementation progresses to ensure continuous improvement in outcomes.
Evaluation research methods are numerous. They include, but are not limited to:
- Scientific-experimental models such as:
- Experimental design
- Econometric analysis
- Theory-driven evaluation
- Management-oriented systems models such as:
- Program Evaluation and Review Technique (PERT)
- The Critical Path Method (CPM)
- Qualitative-anthropological models, including:
- Critical theory
- The ‘grounded theory’ approach
- Participant-oriented models, such as:
As applied methods vary widely, the associated challenges are as numerous; but, generally, they are similar to the sum total of most concerns outlined above for the previous seven research methodologies reviewed in this paper.