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Hershey, Alan A., Barbara Devaney, M. Robin Dion, and Sheena McConnell. Building Strong Families: Guidelines for Developing Programs. Washington, DC: Mathematica Policy Research, Inc., 2004.
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|Information reported in the OMI research brief series is based on analysis of data gathered during a multiyear study of the initiatives design, development, and implementation. Study methodology included semi-structured interviews with individuals and groups, direct observation of program operations, focus groups with staff and participants, and secondary analysis of data from existing reports and surveys. The research team met directly with 163 individuals involved with the OMI in various ways, focusing on implementation in the education, social services, corrections, health, and community volunteer sectors. Mathematicas research team is led by M. Robin Dion, and includes Alan M. Hershey, Debra A. Strong, Heather Zaveri, Sarah Avellar, Nikki Aikens, and Timothy Silman.|
|This ASPE Research Brief discusses the Oklahoma Marriage Initiatives use of research to guide the development and improvement of program services, assess progress, and disseminate information to the community about marriage. The brief draws on findings from an in-depth process evaluation conducted by researchers at Mathematica Policy Research, Inc. under contract to ASPE. This brief was prepared by Heather Zaveri and Nikki Aikens.
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