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Noonan, Emshoff, Mooss, Armstrong, Weinberg, & Ball, Adoption, Adaptation, and Fidelity
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Measure Name: Noonan, Emshoff, Mooss, Armstrong, Weinberg, & Ball, Adoption, Adaptation, and Fidelity
Measure Type: Scale
Construct: Adoption
Primary Content Area: not specified
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Brief Description: Program adoption interview. The adoption interview is a semi-structured protocol containing a series of open-ended questions that assess how and why decisions to adopt sexual violence prevention programs were made within organizations. Drawing from translational research
literature, questions includ:
· What characteristics of programs do decision makers consider when making an adoption decision?
· How important is evidence of effectiveness, perceived resources required, or comparison to alternative approaches?
· How is “effectiveness” defined?
· What contextual or environmental factors influence adoption?
· Is there a perceived need for the program?
· Is there congruence between the program and organizational values?
· Which organizational values appear most salient to these respondents?

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Target Population: School and community settings
Mode of Administration: Who Administered: Third-party (proxy)
How Administered: Telephone
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(Last Updated: 4/24/2012 1:01:08 PM by Michelle Henton)

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