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The Reliability and Validity of the Religious Health Fatalism Scale in Turkish Language.

Tytuł :
The Reliability and Validity of the Religious Health Fatalism Scale in Turkish Language.
Autorzy :
Bobov, Gulruz
Capik, Canturk
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Temat :
CHRONIC diseases
CORRELATION (Statistics)
CULTURE
FACTOR analysis
HEALTH attitudes
HEALTH insurance
LITERACY
MARITAL status
RESEARCH methodology
RELIGION
RESEARCH evaluation
SOCIOECONOMIC factors
RESEARCH methodology evaluation
Źródło :
Journal of Religion & Health; Apr2020, Vol. 59 Issue 2, p1080-1095, 16p, 1 Diagram, 5 Charts
Terminy geograficzne :
TURKEY
Czasopismo naukowe
This study aimed to conduct the reliability and validity study of the Religious Health Fatalism Scale in Turkish language. The study carried out in methodological type and consisted of 500 individuals. The basic component analysis was applied to the 17-item scale, and it was decided that the Turkish version of the scale would have one sub-dimension. Factor loads were over 0.30 for all items, and the explained variance of the scale was found 42.70%. The Cronbach's α coefficient was determined to be 0.91. Consequently, it was determined that the Religious Health Fatalism Scale had one dimension in the Turkish language, and it was a highly valid and reliable tool. It was determined that the elderly, females, housewives, illiterate, people with no health insurance, married individuals, those with low income, and people with chronic diseases had higher health fatalism scores. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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