Special Report on
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published in June 2007, "Communicating the Impact of Communication for Development: Recent Trends in Empirical Research" by Nobuya Inagaki. The study is a survey of empirical research on communication for development based on a sample of peer-reviewed English-language articles from academic journals published between 2000 and 2005. The purpose of the analysis was to collect evidence from peer-reviewed academic research to highlight the impacts of communication on development initiatives and to present current trends in theoretical underpinnings and communication approaches. This first issue in the series reviews the ...
News and commentary from the National Coalition for Child Protection Reform concerning child abuse, child welfare, foster care, and family preservation. The lead story in the current issue of Youth Today is about how to measure the success or failure of programs serving youth in an "evidence based" world. Should programs be funded only if they can prove their success based on the same kind of "Randomized Controlled Trials" (RCTs) used to test medicines? Or are there so many more variables in human services programs than in pills that a lot of very successful ... Read More
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