Ethics in Evaluation

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In: The SAGE Handbook of Evaluation

By: Helen Simons Edited by: Ian F. Shaw, Jennifer C. Greene & Melvin M. Mark Published: 2006
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Ethics in Evaluation

Some of the most intractable ethical problems arise from conflicts among principles and the necessity of trading one off against the other. The balancing of such principles in concrete situations is the ultimate ethical act. (House, 1993, p. 168)

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