Evaluation Practice Thinking and Action Principles for Social Work Practice by Elizabeth DePoy, Stephen Gilson
  

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Evaluation Practice Thinking and Action Principles for Social Work Practice by Elizabeth DePoy, Stephen Gilson

This text presents both the quantitative and qualitative methods and focuses on teaching students how to skillfully apply the full range of research designs, methods and strategies to evaluation of social work in all domains of social work practice. The book provides a framework for the integration of systematic inquiry with practice that can be used by all social workers. The authors have created a model called, evaluation practice that provides the evidence-based structure within which diverse social work theories and skills can be organized, examined and verified.

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. ..this manuscript represents the most comprehensive presentation on the topic social work practice evaluation.

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Format

Paperback
336 pages

Author

Elizabeth DePoy, Stephen Gilson
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Publisher

Wadsworth Publishing Co Inc an imprint of Cengage Learning, Inc

Publication date

8th August 2002

ISBN

9780534543914


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