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Using Qualitative Data in Program Evaluation: Telling the Story of a Prevention Program

Published: May 6, 2009
Monitoring, Research
Child Abuse & Neglect
FEDIAWG, Webinar, Work Group

This webinar explores the value of qualitative methods, which include a number of data collection strategies suitable for many purposes: ethnography, cognitive psychology, case study, action research, oral history, and policy research. In qualitative inquiry, every story's important, and every voice is an important version of the truth; it gives a voice to people who often go unheard.

Presenters: Cassandra Firman, Training and Technical Assistance Coordinator, FRIENDS; Susan Janko Summers, author and consultant to FRIENDS

View Webinar (WMV - 76 MB)