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Socialna opora študentov družboslovne informatike FDV (2004-2005)
Hlebec, Valentina (Author), Kogovšek, Tina (Author)

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Abstract
Dopolnjen MTMM merski model, ki sta ga zasnovala Saris in Andrews (1991), je bil uporabljen za ocenjevanje merske kakovosti štirih dimenzij socialne opore zato, ker lahko z njim ocenimo veljavnost, zanesljivost in učinek metode za vsako spremenljivko posebej. Na osnovi teoretičnih in empiričnih spoznanj so bili oblikovani štirje omrežni generatorji za merjenje teoretično utemeljenih dimenzij socialne opore. Vsebina omrežnih generatorjev za merjenje materialne (dva generatorja imen), informacijske (dva generatorja imen) in emocionalne opore ter druženja je bila prilagojena značilnostim eksperimentalnih skupin - študentom četrtega letnika družboslovnih informatikov Fakultete za družbene vede v Ljubljani. Zasnovan je bil kompleksen eksperimentalni načrt za iskanje dejavnikov, ki vplivajo na kakovost merjenja socialne opore z anketnim vprašalnikom. Eksperimentalni načrt vsebuje značilnosti merskega instrumenta, ki lahko vplivajo na ocene zanesljivosti, veljavnosti in učinka metod, katere so raziskovalci kakovosti podatkov, pridobljenih z anketo, že spoznali za pomembne. V eksperimentalnem načrtu so bile vključene dve različni merski lestvici (binarna in pet stopenjska ordinalna lestvica z označenimi ekstremi), ena tehnika zbiranja podatkov (naštevanje po spominu), sprejemanje socialne opore (osnovna vprašanja), z omejitvijo števila izbir (do pet izbir) in brez omejitve ter čas med zaporednimi meritvami (začetek in konec predavanj).

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:kvaliteta podatkov, veljavnost, zanesljivost, učinek metode, popolno socialno omrežje, socialna opora, materialna opora, informacijska opora, emocionalna opora, druženje, merske lestvice, tehnike zbiranja podatkov, dajanje in prejemanje socialne opore, čas med zaporednimi ponovitvami meritev
Work type:Not categorized (r6)
Tipology:2.20 - Complete Scientific Database or Corpus
Organization:FDV - Faculty of Social Sciences
Year:2007
Publisher:Fakulteta za družbene vede, Arhiv družboslovnih podatkov
Place:Ljubljana
UDC:316.472.4
COBISS.SI-ID:26859613 Link is opened in a new window
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Secondary language

Language:English
Abstract:
Among several approaches to evaluating measurement quality, the true score MTMM model proposed by Saris and Andrews (1991) was selected, owing to its ability to estimate reliability, validity and method effect of each variable separately. On the basis of theoretical and empirical findings, four network generators were designed to measure four theoretically firmly established social support dimensions. The contest of network generators measuring social companionship and material (two name generators), informational (two name generators), and emotional support exchange were adjusted to the characteristics of the experimental groups - students of fourth-year class of social informatics in FDV in Ljubljana. A complex experimental design to study the effects of measurement instruments on the measurement quality was proposed. All the variables included in the experimental design were previously found to affect measurement quality either by survey methodologists or by social network methodologists. Experimental variations included the provision of two response scales (a binary scale and a five point ordinal scale with labeled all values), one data collection techniques (a free recall), one directions of support exchange (original questions), the number of units (without limitation and up to five units) and varying elapsed times between repeated measurements (20 minutes or one week).

Keywords:data quality, validity, reliability, method effect, complete social networks, social support, material support, informational support, emotional support, social companionship, response scales, data collection techniques, directions of support exchange, elapsed times between repeated measurements

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