The Toilet Paper Wars
Toilet paper cleans up messes. Wouldn’t it be nice if we could use toilet paper to clean up our messy lives? We cannot survive life’s complicated situations unscathed. Married couples especially need a whole lot of toilet paper to clean up the multitude of messes encountered along the way. This book is written for those people who entered into a marriage with eyes closed and a heart wide open. Little by little, bit by bit, the eyes revealed what we could not allow our hearts to believe.
Conversations about Evaluation
Through the ingenious use of dialogue, this book discusses key issues of evaluation, such as: the origins of evaluation knowledge, the historical and social role of evaluation, concerns about ethics and social justice; dealing with the complexity of the real world; the challenge of giving voice to a broad spectrum of cultures and narratives; and the duties, rights, and responsibilities of an evaluator.