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Detalii scala
ID390
Nume scala [EN]The Francis Scale of Attitude Toward Christianity
Nume scala [RO]Scala Francis a Atitudinii față de Creștinism
DomeniuAtitudini
SubdomeniuReligion
Numar itemi24
Nivel adaptare culturala[1] = simpla traducere
Tradus in limba romana deDan Ispas
Referinta bibliografica originalaFrancis, L. J., Ispas, D., Robbins, M., Ilie, A., & Iliescu, D. (2009). The Romanian Translation of the Francis Scale of Attitude Toward Christianity: Internal Consistency Reliability, Re-test Reliability and Construct Validity Among Undergraduate Students Within a Greek Orthodox Culture. Pastoral Psychology, 58(1), 49–54. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11089-008-0174-6
Studii internationaleCampo-Arias, A., Oviedo, H. C., Dtaz, C. F., & Cogollo, Z. (2006). Internal consistency of a Spanish translation of the Francis Scale of Attitude toward Christianity short form. Psychological Reports, 99, 1008–1010.

Evans, T. E., & Francis, L. J. (1996). Measuring attitude toward Christianity through the medium of Welsh. In L. J. Francis, W. K. Kay, & W. S. Campbell (Eds.), Research in religious education (pp. 279–294).Leominster: Fowler Wright Books.

Ferreira, V., & Neto, F. (2002). Psychometric properties of the Francis Scale of Attitude toward Christianity among Portuguese university students. Psychological Reports, 91, 995–998.

Francis, L. J. (1978a). Attitude and longitude: A study in measurement. Character Potential, 8, 119–130.

Francis, L. J. (1978b). Measurement reapplied: Research into the child’s attitude towards religion. British Journal of Religious Education, 1, 45–51.

Francis, L. J. (1989). Measuring attitude towards Christianity during childhood and adolescence. Personality and Individual Differences, 10, 695–698.

Francis, L. J. (1992). Reliability and validity of the Francis Scale of Attitude towards Christianity (adult). Panorama, 4(1), 17–19.

Francis, L. J. (1997). The psychology of gender differences in religion: A review of empirical research. Religion, 27, 81–96.

Francis, L. J., & Enger, T. (2002). The Norwegian translation of the Francis Scale of Attitude toward Christianity. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 43, 363–367.

Francis, L. J., & Greer, J. E. (1990). Measuring attitudes towards Christianity among pupils in Protestant secondary schools in Northern Ireland. Personality and Individual Differences, 11, 853–856.

Francis, L. J., & Hermans, C. A. M. (2000). Internal consistency reliability and construct validity of the Dutch translation of the Francis scale of Attitude toward Christianity among adolescents. Psychological Reports, 86, 301–307.

Francis, L. J., Kerr, S., & Lewis, C. A. (2005). Assessing attitude toward Christianity among adolescents in South Africa: The Francis scale. South African Journal of Psychology, 35, 147–155.

Francis, L. J., Lewis, C. A., & Ng, P. (2002). Assessing attitude toward Christianity among Chinese speaking adolescents in Hong Kong: The Francis scale. North American Journal of Psychology, 4, 431–440.

Francis, L. J., Lewis, J. M., Philipchalk, R., Brown, L. B., & Lester, D. (1995). The internal consistency reliability and construct validity of the Francis scale of attitude towards Christianity (adult) among undergraduate students in the UK, USA, Australia and Canada. Personality and Individual Differences, 19, 949–953.

Francis, L. J., & McCarron, M. M. (1989). The measurement of attitudes towards Christianity among Nigerian secondary school students. Journal of Social Psychology, 129, 569–571.

Francis, L. J., & Stubbs, M. T. (1987). Measuring attitudes towards Christianity: From childhood to adulthood. Personality and Individual Differences, 8, 741–743.

Francis, L. J., & Thomas, E. M. (2003). The reliability and validity of the Francis Scale of Attitude toward Christianity among Welsh speaking 9–11 year olds. The Psychologist in Wales, 16, 9–14.

Francis, L. J., Ziebertz, H.-G., & Lewis, C. A. (2002). The psychometric properties of the Francis Scale of Attitude toward Christianity among German students. Panorama, 14, 153–162.

Fulljames, P., & Francis, L. J. (1987). The measurement of attitudes towards Christianity among Kenyan secondary school students. Journal of Social Psychology, 127, 407–409.

Gibson, H. M. (1989). Measuring attitudes towards Christianity among 11–16 year old pupils in nondenominational schools in Scotland. Educational Research, 31, 221–227.

Gibson, H. M., & Francis, L. J. (1989). Measuring attitudes towards Christianity among 11- to 16-year old pupils in Catholic schools in Scotland. Educational Research, 31, 65–69.

Greer, J. E., & Francis, L. J. (1991). Measuring attitudes towards Christianity among pupils in Catholic Secondary schools in Northern Ireland. Educational Research, 33, 70–73.

Lewis, C. A., & Maltby, J. (1995). The reliability and validity of the Francis scale of attitude towards Christianity among US adults. Psychological Reports, 76, 1243–1247.

Maltby, J. (1994). The reliability and validity of the Francis scale of attitude towards Christianity among Republic of Ireland adults. Irish Journal of Psychology, 15, 595–598.
Studii in Romania
Itemii scalei [EN]1. I find it boring to listen to the bible. (R)
2. I know that Jesus helps me.
3. Saying my prayers helps me a lot.
4. The church is very important to me.
5. I think going to church is a waste of my time. (R)
6. I want to love Jesus.
7. I think church services are boring. (R)
8. I think people who pray are stupid.(R)
9. God helps me to lead a better life.
10. I like to learn about God very much.
11. God means a lot to me.
12. I believe that God helps people.
13. Prayer helps me a lot.
14. I know that Jesus is very close to me.
15. I think praying is a good thing.
16. I think the bible is out of date.(R)
17. I believe that God listens to prayers.
18. Jesus doesn’t mean anything to me.(R)
19. God is very real to me.
20. I think saying prayers does no good.(R)
21. The idea of God means much to me.
22. I believe that Jesus still helps people.
23. I know that God helps me.
24. I find it hard to believe in God.(R)
Itemii scalei [RO]1. Consider că e plictisitor să asculţi Biblia.(R)
2. Ştiu că Isus mă ajută.
3. Mă ajută foarte mult să-mi spun rugăciunile.
4. Biserica e foarte importantă pentru mine.
5. Cred că mersul la biserică este o pierdere de timp.(R)
6. Vreau să-l iubesc pe Isus.
7. Consider slujbele religioase plictisitoare.(R)
8. Cred că oamenii care se roagă sunt proşti.(R)
9. Dumnezeu mă ajută să duc o viaţă mai bună.
10. Îmi place foarte mult să învăţ despre Dumnezeu.
11. Dumnezeu înseamnă foarte mult pentru mine.
12. Cred că Dumnezeu îi ajută pe oameni.
13. Rugăciunile mă ajută mult.
14. Ştiu că Isus e aproape de mine.
15. Consider că a te ruga e un lucru bun.
16. Cred că Biblia e depăşită.(R)
17. Cred că Dumnezeu ascultă rugăciunile.
18. Isus nu înseamnă nimic pentru mine.(R)
19. Dumnezeu e foarte real pentru mine.
20. Cred că rugăciunile n-aduc nici un folos.(R)
21. Ideea de Dumnezeu înseamnă mult pentru mine.
22. Cred că Isus încă-i ajută pe oameni.
23. Ştiu că Dumnezeu mă ajută.
24. Mi-e greu să cred în Dumnezeu.(R)
Indicatii privind scorareaInstructaj: Vă rugăm să citiţi fiecare afirmaţie cu atenţie şi să vă gândiţi ,,Sunt de acord cu ea?”

Scală sumativă. Itemii marcați cu (R) sunt reversați, scorurile astfel obținute pentru itemi sunt apoi însumate.Scorare pe scală Likert în 5 trepte.