Questionnaire design:
Theater as a Tool for Development/
Theatre as a Tool for Development

My research project was to investigate what elements need to be in place before an organization engages in using live, in-person performance as a tool for development, excluding performer training and theater techniques. I interviewed actual practitioners, and tried as best I could to get them to focus on actual experiences, rather than what they thought should happen. I'm sharing my questionnaire design here on my web site because I will not be sharing it in the version of my research project submitted to a journal for publication.

Surveys and further information are NO LONGER BEING ACCEPTED for this research project.

Questionnaire design The 34 questions fit into one (or more) of three categories defined by the researcher. The first was regarding general identification and descriptive information, asking for

The second category of questions dealt with organizational readiness, inter-organizational relationships, and capacity-building:

The third category dealt with partner and audience outreach, and TfD results:

You can also read online: Return to the main page about my final paper for TU874.

Surveys and further information are NO LONGER BEING ACCEPTED for this research project.

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