MOST Club 2004-2005 Evaluation

Analyses of the 2004-2005 MOST Club evaluation data were conducted and revealed favorable changes related to knowledge, beliefs, and behaviors after completion of the 16-week MOST Club. Most notably, in response to questions assessing bystander behavior, the MOST Club participants were significantly more likely to intervene in situations when a young woman was touched inappropriately by her male peers after
the 16 week MOST Club than he was before his participation in the club.

Given the relatively small sample size included in these analyses, the significant findings are encouraging and represent a first step in understanding the impact of the MOST Club on its participants.  The evaluator's recommendations to increase the sample size and expand the assesment sites beyond Washington, DC were addressed in the 2009-2010 evaluation.

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