“[C]ommunity psychologists view evaluation as a change strategy in that the methods and strategies for learning and understanding inherent in program evaluation should be combined with explicit, deliberate strategies for effective change. Merely providing information is not sufficient, given that information alone rarely results in behavior change and factors that facilitate or impede change need to be assessed as part of a broader evaluability assessment” (Sheldon & Wolfe, 2015, p. 87).
Sheldon, J., & Wolfe, S. (2015). The community psychology evaluation nexus. American Journal of Evaluation, 36, pp. 86-117.