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Contents:

Introduction

    1. R Introduction to an Emerging Subfield
      1. Jacqueline Copeland-Carson
        Mary Odell Butler

Part 1: Defining the Contours of an Emerging Paradigm

    1. R "Theory-Building" Evaluation Anthropology
      1. Jacqueline Copeland-Carson
    2. R Translating Evaluation Anthropology
      1. Mary Odell Butler
    3. R The View from Evaluation
      1. Michael Quinn Patton

Part 2: Evaluation Anthropology in the Field

    1. R Anthropology and Evaluation
      1. Cathleen E. Crain
        Nathaniel Tashima
    2. R Evaluation of Environmental Issues
      1. Lenora Bohren
    3. R Using Ethnographic Methods to Evaluate the Department of Veterans Affairs Patient Safety Program
      1. Charity Goodman
        Brad Trainor
        Stan Divorski
    4. R Empowerment and Ethnographic Evaluation
      1. David Fetterman
    5. R Telecommunication–Product Meaning and Use
      1. Susan E. Squires
    6. R Applying Theory and Method in Evaluation Anthropology
      1. Jacqueline Copeland-Carson
    7. R Anthropological Approaches to the Evaluation of University–Community Partnerships
      1. Eve C. Pinsker
        Michael D. Lieber
    8. R Evaluation Anthropology in Community Development/Community Building
      1. Stanley E. Hyland
        Robert E. Brimhall

Part 3: Career Opportunities in Evaluation Anthropology

    1. R Getting Real about What It Takes to Conduct Evaluation Research
      1. Elaine L. Simon
        Jolley Bruce Christman
    2. R Evaluation and Professional Society Development
      1. Edward Liebow
        Shamila Jiwa
    3. R Career Planning for Evaluation Anthropology
      1. Mary Odell Butler
        Jacqueline Copeland-Carson
        Peter van Arsdale
    4. R Evaluation Anthropology Futures
      1. Jacqueline Copeland-Carson
        Mary Odell Butler