Chapter 9: Evaluative Research Designs Chapter 10: Single-Subject Designs

Chapter 9: Evaluative Research Designs Chapter 10: Single-Subject Designs

Chapter 9: Evaluative Research Designs Chapter 10: Single-Subject Designs Overview During Week 5, we study two very different methods of performing research which range from evaluating entire programs, which may have hundreds, or even thousands, of clients, to assessing a single client, or client systems. They both ask the question: Is this working? Chapter 9 is about evaluative research which is how social programs are assessed. Are they doing what we intend them to do? Chapter 10 is about evaluating the effectiveness of an intervention with a single client using the single-subject design. Reference Faulkner, S. S., & Faulkner, C. A. (2014). Research Methods for Social Workers A Practice-Based Approach (Second). Chicago, Illinois: Lyceum Books, Inc.