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Works on Evaluation of Vitality in Situations Comparable with the Official Language Minority Communities

AUSPOS, Patricia and Anne C. Kubisch. Building Knowledge About Community Change: Moving Beyond Evaluations. New York: The Aspen Institute Roundtable on Community Change, November 2004.

BOUCHARD, Marie J. "Vers une évaluation multidimensionnelle et négociée de l'économie sociale." Cahiers du CRISES – Collection Internationale – IN0302. Montréal: Centre de recherche sur les innovations sociales, March 2003.

Canadian Council on Social Development. Social Cohesion in Canada: Possible Indicators. Prepared for Social Cohesion Network, Canadian Heritage and Department of Justice. Ottawa: Strategic Research and Analysis, November 2000.

Centre for Community Enterprise. The Community Resilience Manual. A Resource for Rural Recovery and RenewalExternal site. Port Alberni, BC: CCE Publications, 2000.

DOW, Warren. Sources and Resources for Community Information Development. Ottawa: The Centre for Applied Social Research, Carleton University; and Port Alberni, BC: Canadian Centre for Community Development, September 2003.

EARL, Sarah, Fred Carden and Terry Smutylo. La cartographie des incidences. Intégrer l'apprentissage et la réflexion dans les programmes de développementExternal site. Ottawa: International Development Research Centre, 2002.

Federation of Canadian Municipalities. Quality of Life in Canadian Communities: Second Report. Ottawa: FCM, March 2001.

FRANKE, Sandra. Measurement of Social Capital: Reference Document for Public Policy Research, Development and Evaluation. Social Capital as a Public Policy Tool Series. Ottawa: Policy Research Initiative, September 2005.

GAUDREAU, Louise and Nicole Lacelle. Manuel d'évaluation participative et négociée. Fédération des centres d'action bénévole du Québec. Montréal: Université du Québec à Montréal, 1999.

HALL, Michael H., Susan D. Philipps, Claudia Meillat and Donna Pickering. Assessing Performance: Evaluation Practices and Perspectives in Canada's Voluntary Sector. Voluntary Sector Evaluation Research Project. Toronto: Canadian Centre for Philanthropy; and Ottawa: Centre for Voluntary Sector Research and Development, 2003.

HART, Maureen. Guide to Sustainable Community Indicators. 2nd ed. North Andover, MA: Sustainable Measures, 1999.

Imagine Canada. Evaluation Practices in Canadian Voluntary Organizations. Toronto: Imagine Canada, 2005.

International Institute for Sustainable Development. Bellagio Principles. Bellagio, Italy: Rockefeller Foundation's Study and Conference Center, November 1996.

JACKSON, Andrew. Canada Beats USA – But Loses Gold to Sweden. Twenty-Five Key Indicators of Social Development. Ottawa: Canadian Council on Social Development, March 8, 2002.

LEWIS, Mike. "Appendix 3: Selections Summarizing the Development Wheel." In The Development Wheel: Community Analysis and Development Planning. Port Alberni, BC: Centre for Community Enterprise, 1991.

LEWIS, Mike and R. A. Lockhart. Performance Measurement, Development Indicators and Aboriginal Economic Development. Port Alberni, BC: Centre for Community Enterprise, April 2002.

LIEBL, David S., Dana R. Fisher et al. Indicators of Community SustainabilityExternal site. University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension. Madison: University of Wisconsin, January 1998.

MOSER, Mary Anne. "Introduction." In Questions of Community, Artists, Audiences, Coalitions, edited by Daina Augaitis, Lorne Falk, Sylvie Gilbert and Mary Anne Moser. Banff: The Banff Centre for the Arts, 1995.

OAKLEY, Peter and Andrew Clayton. The Monitoring and Evaluation of Empowerment. Oxford, UK: INTRAC, July 2000.

Policy Research Initiative. Social Capital as a Public Policy Tool: Project Report. Ottawa: PRI, September 2005.

ROCHE, Chris. Impact Assessment for Development Agencies: Learning to Value Change. Oxfam Development Guidelines Series. Oxford, UK: Oxfam, 1999.

ROSTOW, Walt Whitman. Stages of Economic Growth: A Non-Communist Manifesto. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 1960.

SIMPSON, Brenda and Cesar Cala. Measuring Results in Community Development: An Exploration of Participation and Network Capacity Domains. Calgary: Alexandra Community Health Centre, October 2001.

TORJMAN, Sherri and Eric Leviten-Reid. Learning and Evaluation for Poverty Reduction. Ottawa: Caledon Institute of Social Policy, March 2004.

United Nations. Department of Economic and Social Affairs. Division for Sustainable Development. Indicators of Sustainable DevelopmentExternal site. New York: United Nations, July 1, 2005.

Voluntary Sector Initiative. A Code of Good Practice on Policy Dialogue: Building on An Accord Between the Government of Canada and the Voluntary Sector. Developed by the Joint Accord Table of the Voluntary Sector Initiative. Ottawa: Voluntary Sector Initiative. October 2002.

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