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Social Impact Assessment and (Realist) Evaluation: Meeting of the Methods

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In this paper, the researchers examine the interlinkages between social impact assessment and evaluation and, in particular, realist evaluation.

They draw on recent research in the South Island, in which they link social impact assessment and elements of realist evaluation in the study of rural and small-town regeneration. The research identifies connections and makes suggestions regarding methods in social impact assessment and evaluation. They conclude by urging social impact assessment practitioners to use mixed methods, with a stronger emphasis on qualitative approaches, and especially to work with communities in an iterative way towards a conceptual basis for assessing and managing change and enhancing social wellbeing.

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