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Xing Zhanjun
Development of the Revised Well-Being Scale for Chinese Citizens
Statistics in Transition, 2009, vol. 10, nr 2, s. 301-316, wykr., tab., bibliogr. s. 315-316
Słowa kluczowe
Jakość życia, Ocena jakości życia, Metody statystyczne, Zadowolenie społeczeństwa
Quality of life, Life quality assessment, Statistical methods, Society satisfaction
This paper presents results of a second round of the studies in which a subjective well-being scale for Chinese citizens (SWBS-cc) has been developed in two consecutive steps. First, the scale composed of 54 items was applied to a sample of adult persons living in Shandong province, and a local norm was achieved. Next, a sample from a wider area in mainland of China was taken, and the psychometrics of SWBS-cc was examined. Based on that research,, the scale was revised and improved through factor analysis and logical analysis. The revised SWBS-cc included 40 items, and shown good psychometric properties. The standard norm sample was expanded to six metropolitan areas (capital cities) from the whole country, and the nationwide norm was achieved. (original abstract)
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