Conducting the Needs Assessment #11: Causal Analysis Techniques
Duval County Extension Agent Anita McKinney teaches a "Smart Money" course at the Jacksonville City Rescue Mission in Jacksonville, Florida. UF/IFAS Photo by Tyler Jones
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causal analysis
cause and consequence analysis
fishbone diagram
Conducting the Needs Assessment series
community needs

How to Cite

Harder, Amy. 2020. “Conducting the Needs Assessment #11: Causal Analysis Techniques: AEC689/WC352, 3/2020”. EDIS 2020 (2).


This new 3-page publication in the Conducting the Needs Assessment series provides Extension educators and other service providers with an introduction to two techniques that can easily be used when seeking information about relationships between causes and needs: fishboning and cause and consequence analysis. Written by Amy Harder and published by the UF/IFAS Department of Agricultural Education and Communication.
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