Publishing evaluation research
There are many social science journals that are either specifically devoted to publishing evaluation research findings or accept such research material for publication. Prominent among them are Evaluation Review, New Directions in Program Evaluation, Evaluation Practice, Evaluation and Program Planning, and Evaluation and the Health Professions, besides many others. A brief note on evaluation research, its importance to social research, and relation to similar fields, such as such as policy analysis, social impact assessment and clinical sociology, is included.
Publication Name: Contemporary Sociology
Subject: Sociology and social work
Netting the web's potential
Trends towards direct selling and electronic commerce in the US have direct implications for warehousing and courier services. The real winners in the e-commerce revolution are distributors such as UPS and Federal Express. UPS is using the web to provide on-line tracking tools and local delivery systems. Business-to-business e-commerce is set to reach $1.3 trillion in the US by 2003, representing around 10% of GDP output.
Publication Name: Estates Gazette
Subject: Real estate industry
A sense of where you are: thanks to a constellation of 24 satellites, finding yourself has taken on a whole new meaning
Civilians can tap into the results of an enormous outlay of resources by the US military. The $10 bil GPS, which can be bought for $300, has created a new industry, and up to 100,000 new jobs. Scientists, hikers and truckers are some who use it, although commercial airlines are not yet heavy users.
Publication Name: The New York Times Magazine
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