- University students, England and Spain, 1999
- N = 140
- Non Response
Respondents were students from the University of Bristol (Great Britain) and the University of Almeria (Spain), who completed the questionnaire to fulfil course credit requirements.
- Authors's Label
- Our Classification
- Error Estimates
- British sample: Cronbach's alpha=0.59 Spanish sample: Cronbach's alpha=0.68
- For the Spanish sample, the scale was blindly back-translated from English to Spanish by two bilingual translators (Brislin, 1980), with items appropriately decentred to enhance the naturalism and reliability of the translations (Van de Vijver & Leung, 1997)
British sample: M=8.73; s.d.=0.67
Spanish sample: M=9.45; s.d.=0.83
- Related specification variables
- Colectivism orientation scale (Bierbrauer, Meyer & Wolfradt, 1994)
The scale examines both individuals' perceptions of values and behaviours in their culture (13 items) and their evaluation of these same values/behaviours (13 additional items). Respondents record their answers on 7-point Likert type scales.