CRITERION (PREDICTIVE) VALIDATION STUDY OF RELIGIOUS SCHEME SCALE
The purpose of this study was to confirm the factors of Religious Scheme Scale (RSS) using Indonesian Christian student sample. Participants were 230 students (male n= 100, female = 130) with age ranged from 15 – 23 years old (M = 16.8, SD = 1.588). Factor Analysis using Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA) was conducted using AMOS 21 did not confirm the 15 – item 3 – factor as proposed by Streib et al. (2010) but 13 – item 3 factor model. The unsatisfactory 2 variables were found in xenosophia sub scale. This study was considered similar to Proios’ study (2015) in Greece which dropped 2 items from xenosophia sub scale. The predictive validity of RSS showed a good predictor of identity fusion. In conclusion, RSS is satisfactory to be implemented in Indonesian Christian student samples.
Keyword: Religious Scheme Scale, Factor analysis, Indonesian Christian students sample, predictive validity, identity fusion
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