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The Landscape of Values in Evaluation: Charted Terrain and Unexplored Territory
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Examining ethical questions about practice can make evaluators more critical of what they are doing: What is it to be a good evaluator? In whose interests should we be acting and to what purpose? (Author)
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1997
1997
76
25-39
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