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SLE BÜTÜNLESME ÖLÇEG TÜRKÇE FORMU’NUN GÜVENLRLK VE GEÇERLLK ÇALISMASI

JOB ENGAGEMENT SCALE TURKISH FORM'S VALIDITY AND REALIBILITY STUDY

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The aim of this study is to measure the reliability and validity of the Job Engagement Scale Turkish Form (JES-TR) which was developed by Rich (2006). The original scale was translated into Turkish and applied to 118 employees who work in Kastamonu University. As a result of the exploratory factor analysis for the validity, 3 dimensions and 6 items for each dimension was achieved like the original scale. The goodness of fit statistics of the three factor structure was measured by confirmatory factor analysis. The internal consistency coefficient of the scale was found .95. When the sub-dimensions of the scale was investigated, the internal consistency coefficient for physical engagement dimension (PE) was .91, for emotional engagement (EE) was .94, and the cognitive engagement (CE) dimension was .95. The split-half reliability coefficient was .97. The corrected item-total correlation coefficients were ranged between .52-.79. The results of the independent samples t test between upper 27 % and lower 27 % groups’ item mean scores indicated that the differences for all items and subscale total scores are significant. In this study, IBO-TR was found valid and reliable.
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Bu arastırmanın amacı Rich (2006) tarafından gelistirilen sle Bütünlesme Ölçegi Türkçe Formu’nun (BÖ-TR) güvenilirligini ve geçerliligini ölçmektir. Özgün ölçek Türkçeye çevrilmis ve Kastamonu Üniversitesi’nde istihdam edilen 118 çalısana uygulanmıstır. Geçerlilik için yapılan açımlayıcı faktör analizi sonucunda özgün ölçekte oldugu gibi 3 boyutlu, her bir boyuta ait 6 maddenin geçerli oldugu bir yapıya ulasılmıstır. Dogrulayıcı faktör analizi ile ölçegin üç faktörlü yapısının uyum iyiligi indekslerine bakılmıstır. Ölçegin bütününün iç tutarlılık katsayısı .95 bulunmustur. Ölçegin alt boyutları incelendiginde iç tutarlılık katsayıları fiziksel bütünlesme (FB) için .91, duygusal bütünlesme (DB) için .94 ve bilissel bütünlesme (BB) için .95 bulunmustur. Test yarılama yoluyla elde edilen güvenilirlik katsayısı ise .97’dir. Düzeltilmis madde toplam korelasyon katsayılarının .52-.79 arasında degistigi bulunmustur. Üst % 27 ile alt % 27’lik grupların madde ortalama puanları arasında yapılan iliskisiz t testi sonuçları, farkların tüm maddeler ve alt ölçek toplam puanları için anlamlı oldugunu göstermistir. Bu çalısmada, BÖ-TR geçerli ve güvenilir bulunmustur.

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