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CONTENTS List of Figures Preface 1 Evaluation and Logic Models 2 The Uses of Logic Models 3 The Components of a Logic Model 4 The Connections in a Logic Model 5 Developing Logic Models to Support Evaluation 6 Developing Logic Models of Differing Complexity 7 Using a Logic Model to Identify Evaluation Questions 8 Using a Logic Model to Support Explanatory Evaluation 9 Challenges in Developing Logic Models 10 Developing Logic Models for Complex Projects 11 Using Logic Models to Evaluate a Family of Projects 12 Using the Logic Model to Provide Technical Assistance Appendix: The Phases of an Evaluation About the Author Glossary References
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Evaluation -- Methodology.