Description and Rationale for Proposed M.S. Degree Training Program in Applied Social Research in Crime and Delinquency Programs
Evaluations too often are formulated in noncomparable terms, are reported in widely scattered publications, and consequently, provide only disconnected bits of knowledge that are noncumulative.
KeywordsTraining Program Evaluation Research Training Staff Field Placement Training Grant
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