A Scale on Attitudes of Preservice Teachers Towards Violence against Women: Validity and Reliability Testing
 
Abstract
The aim of this study is to develop an attitude scale that will reveal the attitudes of the students of education faculty towards violence against women and to conduct the studies of validity and reliability of this scale. According to this, the data collect from education faculty students. Then analyzed AFA and DFA and reliability. According to AFA results the scale has three dimensions which are Individual Perception, Individual Responsibility and Socio-Cultural and Economic Level. These dimensions are confirmed by DFA. The latter reliability is calculated. This coefficient is for all scale .87, and for subscales .88, .70 and .72. all of the results means that the scale, Violence Against Women, is valid and reliable.
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