Not good art, I grant you, but this might be useful. A talk about realist methodology more than realist evaluation, see from slide 14 onwards for the realist bit. I can send you an animated version if you find any of it useful
Nick Emmel | School of Sociology and Social Policy | University of Leeds |Leeds |LS2 9JT
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Emmel ND (2013) Sampling and choosing cases in qualitative research: a realist approach. London. Sage. http://goo.gl/yYydFd
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Sent: 24 April 2015 10:22
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Subject: Cartoons or illustrations?
I am preparing an overview presentation of Realist Evaluation for an audience of programme managers and senior staff working in the field of ‘public engagement with science’ and who are interested in relevant evaluation methods.
I wonder if any of you have any cartoons, or simple illustrations/images that are fun and illuminating that you have found helpful in conveying the distinctiveness of realist evaluation and that you wouldn’t mind sharing.
A certain dry humour seems to permeate the RE community and was in evidence in some of the conversations at last years CARES conference in Liverpool, so I am thinking that some folks likely have some of this sort of material tucked away somewhere?
Many thanks in advance