Developing an Active Citizenship Scale for the Fourth Grade Primary School Students
The purpose of the present paper is to develop a scale for assessing behaviours towards active citizenship for 4th grade primary school students. The proposal scale, composed of 42 items, was applied to 544 students who are studying at 4th grade of primary schools in the centre of Bayburt. The principal component analysis rotated by varimax rotation was used to obtain evidence for validity of the scale. As a result of this analysis, it has been determined that the scale consists of 25 items and it has a structure composed of four factors. Evidence for validity of the item, item test correlation of the scale and item analysis of the mean differences between upper and lower groups were calculated. It was observed that item test correlation of the scale changed between 0.42-0.74. Besides, Cr ? ?reliabilities were calculated and it was found to be 0.85. © Kamla-Raj 2014.
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