Concept mapping in evaluation practice and theory: A synthesis of current empirical research.

Linda L. Rizzo Michelin
Concept mapping is a conceptualization process that can be used by individuals and groups to develop conceptual frameworks which can guide evaluations and planning (Trochim, 1989). In research, these processes display individual and group representations of concepts about particular domains, illustrating potential relationships among them (Miles, 1994). Cognitive mapping processes involve the acquisition, store, access and utilization of spacial knowledge (Golledge, 1986). Empirical research using concept mapping technology has proliferated within the past fifteen years....
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