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Chapter 29 | An Introduction to Scientific Realist Evaluation

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An Introduction to Scientific Realist Evaluation
RayPawsonNickTilley

Claiming to be a “realist” can sometimes feel like choosing to bat on the side of the “good.” Too many people, in too many walks of life, have argued for their cause under the banner of “realism” for the concept to perform any wonders of clarification. We find the epithet to be irresistible, nonetheless, because the ...

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