Written in English
|LC Classifications||BF323.C5 S63|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 54 l.|
|Number of Pages||54|
|LC Control Number||74151983|
a war attitude scale that measures the morality of war is, thus, important to tie together the two often disconnected fields of the theology and psychology of war. Public 0pinion Polls and War Attitudes Measurement Public attitudes are sometimes measured using single-question polls, which are often times inadequate measures of. This scale has been very widely and quite successfully applied in various studies of attitude measurement. The technique of construction of the scale is quite simple. The scale is used to compare different people’s attitudes towards the same nationality or a single individual’s attitude towards different nationalities. The construction of attitude scales covering the main value domains on the basis of Values surveys Olivier Galland & Yannick Lemel1 The range of questions asked in the Values surveys is very wide – the questionnaire is composed of more than questions and requires spending more than an hour to . Scaling Techniques for Measuring Data Gathered from Respondents. The term scaling is applied to the attempts to measure the attitude objectively. Attitude is a resultant of number of external and internal factors. Depending upon the attitude to be measured, appropriate scales are designed.
The construction and validation of the Attitudes toward Prisoners (ATP) scale are described. Factor analysis resulted in a item Likert scale with the items correlating at least with a general factor. The ATP scale possesses moderate to high . Scale Development is a process of developing a reliable and valid measure of a construct in order to assess an attribute of interest. Industrial-Organizational research involves the measurement of. Disadvantages of Likert Scale 1) Likert scales are of ordinal type and dont measure difference between attitudes. 2) Same problems as preparing Thurstone scales. 3) Similar scores can be achieved through varying combination of responses Computer Attitude Measure (Kay, ), The Computer Attitude Questionnaire (Knezek and Miyashita, ) and The Computer Attitudes Scale for Secondary Students (Jones and Clarke,). Furthermore, some attitude scale towards technology was developed by researchers: For example; Page et al () developed a Likert-type scale of 40 items in.
A scale measuring attitude toward physical education was developed for use with elementary school children in grades 4 to 7. Many of the statements used in the construc resulted in the construction of many scales, and hence the availability of one for almost every aspect or purpose. These three scales are planned to measure attitudes on three different variables, namely, pacifism-militarism, prohibition, and attitude toward the church. All three of these scales are being constructed first by a procedure somewhat less laborious than the direct application of the law of comparative judgment, and if consistent results are. 1. Scale Construction (see Stangor, , Chapter 4) Scale Construction refers to the creation of empirical measures for theoretical constructs; these measures usually consist of several items. The process of measurement involves the assignment of numbers to empirical realisations of . Scale Construction: Developing Reliable and Valid Measurement Instruments Timothy R. Hinkin Cornell University, [email protected] J. Bruce Tracey Cornell University, [email protected] Cathy A. Enz Cornell University School of Hotel Administration, [email protected] Follow this and additional works at: