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Factors To Consider in Midcourse Reviews

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(Lum 1991)

In designing and implementing a midcourse review for risk communication program activities, several factors should be considered.

  • Is the process of implementation formal or informal?
  • Is control centralized or decentralized?
  • Is management authoritarian or participatory?
  • Is the program structure hierarchical or egalitarian?
  • Is the community divisive or cohesive?
  • Is the program isolated or community oriented?
  • Are the methods of communication standardized or individualized?
  • Is response and interaction controlled or expressive?
  • Are strategies partitioned or integrated?

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