EVALUATION II

 

Evaluation Proposal ­ Part II (25 points)
• Research Literature Review: at least ten current (in the last ten years) scholarly articles on the topic of interest should be included in your review
• Summarize the literature review findings: In this section, you must have a minimum of three (3) themes (plus conflicting findings, gaps, and cross-cultural issues).
• Keep in mind that one (1) scholarly source does not constitute a theme.
• It should be organized by themes not by authors or publications.
• Be selective ­ use literature that directly supports your research evaluation proposal.
• Keep in mind that not everything you read will be used.
• Identify conflicting findings in review the literature on your topic.
• Note any gaps identified in review the literature on your topic.
• Identify cross-cultural issues that surfaced from the literature review.
• A brief summary: At the end of the literature review provide a very brief summary of the
• Literature review and then explain how your evaluation will further the information known about the topic of interest.
1. Search the research literature for evidence of an intervention program(s) that serve a target population similar to the program and clients you are proposing for your scenario agency. Be selective – use literature that directly supports your research evaluation proposal.
2. Within the body of the draft, outline your discussions by themes (Requirement). Themes should include all of the following (a) Barriers (challenges to the proposed outcome faced by the targeted population),(b)Theoretical underpinning
(theoretical basis/research that support your proposed program and services), (c)What works (other prevention/interventions similar to your proposed program with positive/effective outcomes/findings), (d)Conflicting findings (research studies whose findings suggest that the problem is not as suggested or that the type of intervention proposed may not work and why)(e)Gaps in the literature (research studies that suggest more research is needed/or where the gaps in the research exist /what’s missing and/or have not been studied yet), and (f)Cross-cultural issues that surfaced from the literature review (cultural challenges discussed in the literature faced by your target population and suggested ways to address in agency’s program or cross-cultural issues that your program will address)
3. A brief summary: At the end of the literature review provide a very brief summary of the literature review and then explain how your evaluation will further the information known about the topic of interest.
4. Include at least ten scholarly articles on the topic of interest in your review. Articles should be dated within the past 10 years

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