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A short version of the occupational self-efficacy scale : structural and construct validity across five countries.

Rigotti, T. and Schyns, B. and Mohr, G. (2008) 'A short version of the occupational self-efficacy scale : structural and construct validity across five countries.', Journal of career assessment., 16 (2). pp. 238-255.

Abstract

Occupational self-efficacy is an important resource for individuals in organizations. To be able to compare the occupational self-efficacy of employees across different countries, equivalent versions of the standard instruments need to be made available in different languages. In this article, the authors report on the structural and construct validity of an instrument that assesses occupational self-efficacy across five countries (Germany, Sweden, Belgium, United Kingdom, Spain), based on an overall sample of N =1,535. The instrument can be recommended for comparative use in German, Swedish, Belgian, Spanish, and British organizational contexts.

Item Type:Article
Keywords:Occupational self-efficacy, Validity, Cross-national research.
Full text:Full text not available from this repository.
Publisher Web site:http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1069072707305763
Record Created:10 Jan 2011 18:20
Last Modified:11 Jan 2011 09:32

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