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Eval11 Session 788: Deliberative Democratic Evaluation and Expanding the Role of Evaluation in the Policy Process 

11-07-2011 12:23

This paper explores deliberative democratic analysis as a way to expand the role of evaluation in the policy process. It examines the relationship between evaluation and policy change, explores mechanisms for effective democratic evaluation and addresses how these mechanisms can be integrated into evaluation design. Using criteria put forth by Ernest House and Kenneth Howe in their paper, 'Deliberative Democratic Evaluation' (2000), it discusses how inclusion, dialogue, and deliberation can allow citizen/stakeholders to contribute to the legitimization of public policy and to participate in decision making in a meaningful way. References House, E. R., & Howe, K. R. (2000). Deliberative democratic evaluation. New Directions for Evaluation, 2000(85), 3-12.

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