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Study deviance-type scale in the development of Korean elder.

Cho GS, Yi ES, Hwang HJ - J Exerc Rehabil (2015)

Bottom Line: In order to accomplish the purpose of the this study, there were three different stages; (a) making preliminary question items, (b) refining the items of the scale through a plot study, and (c) finalizing question items by a main survey.In the first stage, 43 question items were developed using the open-ended questionnaire and structural inquiry of succession from 137 elderly people who are over 65 yr.In the main survey conducted by 184 elderly people, 21 items, which consisted of four subfactors, were finalized in order to measure deviance behaviors of the Korean elderly people: social deviance (n=8), economic deviance (n=5), psychological deviance (n=5), and physical deviance (n=3).

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Affiliation: Department of Community Sports & Recreation, College of Arts & Athletics Division, Daelim University, Anyang, Korea.

ABSTRACT
This research aims to develop a questionnaire of deviant behavior for the Korean elderly people which may make a big contribution to the examination of deviance behavior of the elderly people and may play an important role in providing a methodological basis. In order to accomplish the purpose of the this study, there were three different stages; (a) making preliminary question items, (b) refining the items of the scale through a plot study, and (c) finalizing question items by a main survey. In the first stage, 43 question items were developed using the open-ended questionnaire and structural inquiry of succession from 137 elderly people who are over 65 yr. In the second phase, based on data collected by the 200 elderly people pilot testing was performed through exploratory factor analysis and reliability test. The scale is a 27-item self-report questionnaire. In the main survey conducted by 184 elderly people, 21 items, which consisted of four subfactors, were finalized in order to measure deviance behaviors of the Korean elderly people: social deviance (n=8), economic deviance (n=5), psychological deviance (n=5), and physical deviance (n=3).

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Modified model of the elderly’s deviant behavior scale. soc, social deviance; eco, economic deviance; phy, physical deviance; psy, psychological deviance.
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Mentions: As a result, 6 items (items 31 and 9 in social deviant behavior, item 23 in economic deviant behavior, item 29 in psychological deviant behavior and items 26 and 32 in physical deviant behavior) were dropped because those items did not meet at least 0.4 of squared multiple correlation. To confirm the modified model, we conducted the second confirmatory factor analysis with 21 items (Fig. 1). All results of the modified model (GFI, 0.907; RMR, 0.040; RMSEA, 0.055; NFI, 0.915; and CFI, 0.920) did meet the absolute fit indices. Therefore, the modified model with 21 items had more appropriate factor structure.


Study deviance-type scale in the development of Korean elder.

Cho GS, Yi ES, Hwang HJ - J Exerc Rehabil (2015)

Modified model of the elderly’s deviant behavior scale. soc, social deviance; eco, economic deviance; phy, physical deviance; psy, psychological deviance.
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f1-jer-11-6-320: Modified model of the elderly’s deviant behavior scale. soc, social deviance; eco, economic deviance; phy, physical deviance; psy, psychological deviance.
Mentions: As a result, 6 items (items 31 and 9 in social deviant behavior, item 23 in economic deviant behavior, item 29 in psychological deviant behavior and items 26 and 32 in physical deviant behavior) were dropped because those items did not meet at least 0.4 of squared multiple correlation. To confirm the modified model, we conducted the second confirmatory factor analysis with 21 items (Fig. 1). All results of the modified model (GFI, 0.907; RMR, 0.040; RMSEA, 0.055; NFI, 0.915; and CFI, 0.920) did meet the absolute fit indices. Therefore, the modified model with 21 items had more appropriate factor structure.

Bottom Line: In order to accomplish the purpose of the this study, there were three different stages; (a) making preliminary question items, (b) refining the items of the scale through a plot study, and (c) finalizing question items by a main survey.In the first stage, 43 question items were developed using the open-ended questionnaire and structural inquiry of succession from 137 elderly people who are over 65 yr.In the main survey conducted by 184 elderly people, 21 items, which consisted of four subfactors, were finalized in order to measure deviance behaviors of the Korean elderly people: social deviance (n=8), economic deviance (n=5), psychological deviance (n=5), and physical deviance (n=3).

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Community Sports & Recreation, College of Arts & Athletics Division, Daelim University, Anyang, Korea.

ABSTRACT
This research aims to develop a questionnaire of deviant behavior for the Korean elderly people which may make a big contribution to the examination of deviance behavior of the elderly people and may play an important role in providing a methodological basis. In order to accomplish the purpose of the this study, there were three different stages; (a) making preliminary question items, (b) refining the items of the scale through a plot study, and (c) finalizing question items by a main survey. In the first stage, 43 question items were developed using the open-ended questionnaire and structural inquiry of succession from 137 elderly people who are over 65 yr. In the second phase, based on data collected by the 200 elderly people pilot testing was performed through exploratory factor analysis and reliability test. The scale is a 27-item self-report questionnaire. In the main survey conducted by 184 elderly people, 21 items, which consisted of four subfactors, were finalized in order to measure deviance behaviors of the Korean elderly people: social deviance (n=8), economic deviance (n=5), psychological deviance (n=5), and physical deviance (n=3).

No MeSH data available.