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100 1  Drennon, Gay Hanna 
245 14 The context-based evaluation framework for nonprofit arts 
       organizations: An administrative model for statewide 
       program management 
300    256 p 
500    Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 52-
       10, Section: A, page: 3506 
500    Major Professor: Betty Jo Troeger 
502    Thesis (Ph.D.)--The Florida State University, 1991 
520    The problems addressed in this study are twofold: (1) the 
       lack of information about evaluation frameworks in arts 
       administration literature for use in decision making, and 
       (2) the limited availability of appropriate existing 
       evaluation models for the multisite nonprofit arts 
       organizations. Through the development of a context-based 
       evaluation framework, the present study investigated the 
       theoretical and methodological aspects of evaluation 
       models currently used in community arts service 
       organizations. A target population, Very Special Arts 
       Florida, was identified to illustrate the complexity of 
       evaluation in a multisite nonprofit arts organization 
520    The case study methodology utilized a systems perspective 
       and systems theory in evaluation to develop multisite self
       reports. This evaluation system was designed to function 
       by supplying information specific to each site, yet 
       generalizable to the statewide organization. It was 
       intended to serve as a framework for stakeholders 
       anticipatory decision making. In this methodology the 
       instrument attempted to facilitate information processing 
       for the complex staff structure of nonprofit organizations
       with multiple hierarchies of leadership and 
       interdependence for resource development 
590    School code: 0071 
590    DDC 
650  4 Education, Art 
650  4 Business Administration, Management 
650  4 Education, Special 
690    0273 
690    0454 
690    0529 
710 20 The Florida State University 
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