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1

A poorly performed evaluation will bring about which of the following negative impacts?

  1. Affect the provision of services to people
  2. Disrupt the staff involved in the project
  3. Cause beneficial programmes to be terminated
A
i. only
B
ii. only
C
i. & iii. only
D
i, ii & iii
2

Which of the following is not included in the three principles for performing effective evaluations in social service organizations?

A
Respect for others
B
Equality
C
Beneficence
D
Justice
3

Which of the following is a correct statement about “respect for others”?

A
Evaluators need to ensure that programme participants have the right to self-determination.
B
Once participants sign the consent form, they must complete the whole programme.
C
Participants need to understand that their participation is involuntary.
D
No special arrangement is needed for mentally disabled patients even if they do not understand the information.
4

Which of the following is a correct statement about “beneficence”?

A
Beneficence means to offer opportunities to participate in a programme.
B
Beneficence can be realized by following two rules: “do not harm” and “minimizing possible benefits while maximising possible risks”.
C
Beneficence means excluding some minority groups in a programme.
D
Beneficence can be realized by following two rules: “do not harm” and “maximise possible benefits while minimising possible risks”.
5

Which of the following is a false statement about “justice”?

A
Justice entails practising fairness and distributing what is deserved.
B
Justice involves the equitable distribution of the benefits of services to which participants are entitled.
C
The evaluators can select the most disadvantaged groups for evaluation so as to ensure a higher possibility for positive results of the programme.
D
The evaluators should not offer potentially beneficial programmes to certain persons whom they favour.
Please answer all the questions above to proceed