Critical Theory Evaluation

Critical theory evaluation is an activity concerned with the unveiling of false culture and determination of the merit, worth, or value of something, or the product of that process. Critical theory evaluation aspires to push praxis into motion through the conduct of inquiry. In positioning evaluation stakeholders as reflective and dialogic agents in discerning what is needed, what is good, and why this is so, critical theory evaluation seeks to change the way things are by challenging the way we make sense of things.

Building from the philosophies of critical social science, critical theory evaluation is conducted from a standpoint of questioning how we live our lives in the midst of false constructions about our social, political, and economic circumstances. The evaluation is influenced by an ...

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