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A semantic differential study of group attitudes toward selected concepts in sport
Written in English
|Statement||by Carl Vincent Flowers II.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 116 leaves|
|Number of Pages||116|
Specifically, this study examines how the level of social communication about sports product through SNS can influence on buying intention of sports product online by testing the mediating role of perceived usefulness of the information from SNS and mediating role of attitude toward buying sport product based on information from SNS.
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Get this from a library. A semantic differential study of group attitudes toward selected concepts in sport. [Carl Vincent Flowers]. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 1 (/76) - Eisevier Sequoia S.A., Lausanne Printed in the Netherlands ADDICTS' ATTITUDES TOWARD-DRUGS: A SEMANTIC-DIF- FERENTIAL STUDY J.
NEWMEYER Haight-Ashbury Free Medical Clinics, Clayton Street, San Francisco, Calif. (U.S.A.) (Received Septem ) Summary The Drug Rating Scale, an adaptation of the Osgood semantic Cited by: 3. Toward a Better Use of the Semantic Differential in IS Research: An Integrative Framework of Suggested Action 1.
Introduction The semantic differential (SD) is frequently used in information systems (IS) research. Consisting of a set of bipolar scales that match the concept to be measured, A semantic differential study of group attitudes toward selected concepts in sport book SD is an established technique ofFile Size: KB.
The paper describes the results of a research study investigating the attitudes of university students to concepts associated with health and healthy lifestyle by means of a semantic differential. The use of semantic differential scales to detect attitude change and differences in attitudes in classroom lessons was studied with regard to A semantic differential study of group attitudes toward selected concepts in sport book dimensions, reliability of scales, sensitivity, and construct validity.
Two lessons in mathematics differing in terms of intrinsic interest were designed for each of two Grade 8 and two Grade 12 by: 6. Surveys or questionnaires using semantic differential scale survey feature is the most reliable way to get information on people’s emotional attitude towards a topic of interest.
Charles Egerton Osgood, a famous American psychologist, invented the semantic differential scale so that this “connotative meaning” of emotional attitude towards entities can be recorded and put to good use. In order to measure the meaning of the concept, the semantic differentiator usually uses a five or seven point scale, based on a list of bipolar paired terms, with opposite meaning.
According to their disposition, attitude or image of the assessed construct, respondents select a point on the interval for each contrasting by: 5.
In the presented research, we assessed the concepts of corporate social responsibility (denoted A) and socially responsible behavior of companies and organizations (denoted B) by the method of semantic differential.
We proceeded as follows. At first, we A semantic differential study of group attitudes toward selected concepts in sport book a semantic differential which consisted of the following 30 seven-point scales: 1.
A graphic representation of semantic differential data for competing brands, products, or stores to highlight comparisons. Likert scale A measure of attitudes designed to allow respondents to rate how strongly they agree or disagree with carefully constructed statements, ranging from very positive to very negative attitudes toward some object.
A carefully selected group of consumers who agree to participate in an ongoing online dialogue with a particular A semantic differential b. A scaled-response question c. An interval-based question d. A sampling frame question the administration has also asked the students to gather data on another project regarding the public's attitude.
as a measure of attitude. This study enumerates some of these misapplications and presents empirical data to support its argu-ments. Across numerous factor analyses of psycholin-guistic semantic differential data, investigators have consistently found evidence for the existence of three major dimensions of connota.
differential items to get an idea of their overall attitude toward a topic. For instance, on the scale in Figure 1, scores of 7, 6, 5, 7, 6, 5, 7 result in a sum of 43 or an average of —both.
Carl Vincent Flowers has written: 'A semantic differential study of group attitudes toward selected concepts in sport' -- subject(s): Attitude (Psychology), Attitudes, College students, Philosophy. it in comparing attitudes toward old age and mental illness while Hasek, et, al, () found the technique useful in measuring at titudes of education students toward teachers.
Krieger (I) introduced a control for social desirability response set A semantic differential study of group attitudes toward selected concepts in sport book a semantic differential designed for use with per son concepts. study which was part of a larger ongoing study on attitudes towards Australian accents.
Examples will also be drawn from other attitude studies, both in Australia and overseas. There are two main components of a semantic differential scale: (1) the adjectives; and (2) the layout of the scale by: Semantic Differential Scale Definition: The Semantic Differential Scale is a seven-point rating scale used to derive the respondent’s attitude towards the given object or event by asking him to select an appropriate position on a scale between two bipolar adjectives (such as “warm” or.
The semantic differential technique reveals information on three basic dimensions of attitudes: evaluation, potency (i.e. strength) and activity. • Evaluation is concerned with whether a person thinks positively or negatively about the attitude topic (e.g.
dirty – clean, and ugly - beautiful). In the creation of the semantic differential, it is necessary to adhere to a certain sequence of the individual steps. The first step is the selection of the concepts we want to evaluate. These concepts should be related. The next step is the selection of a suitable number of the scale Size: KB.
The aim of this study is to verify whether a given semantic differential scale is appropriate for measuring attitudes toward four health-related behaviors: smoking cigarettes; using oral contraceptives; breast self-examination; and using dental floss. undergraduate university women completed an attitudinal questionnaire concerning these behaviors and three months later the Cited by: Measuring the Attitude of an Individual: Top 5 Techniques.
The scale is used to compare different people’s attitudes towards the same nationality or a single individual’s attitude towards different nationalities.
We may discuss here Semantic differential Scaling method. This is constructed by Osgood, Sui and Tennenbaum (). A pretest and posttest design was employed in the study. A semantic differential pretest was administered to pupils and teachers to measure their attitudes toward six selected concepts in reading.
The concepts were:reading out loud, (2) my reading book, (3) my reading workbook, (4) library books, (5) reading groups, and (6) reading : Janis S. Burkhalter. Cite this paper: Peng-Jyun Liu, Ming-Chuen Chuang, Using Semantic Differential to Study Expected Images Expect Vocabulary on Design and Lifestyle Ethnic Groups, American Journal of Sociological Research, Vol.
6 No. 5,pp. doi: /ogyAuthor: Peng-Jyun Liu, Ming-Chuen Chuang. MeCallon and Brown () developed a semantic differential for measuring attitudes towards mathematics. The differential consisted of one concept (mathematics) together with fifteen scales.
The semantic differential proved to be an effective measure of attitude toward math. Study Test 3 flashcards from Derek R.
on StudyBlue. A researcher is measuring consumers’ attitudes toward product placement in movies using five attitude items. She created a scale by simply adding up the responses to each item making up the composite measure.
semantic differential B. © EDSIG (Education Special Interest Group of the AITP) Page 1 Creating a Semantic Differential Scale for Measuring Users’ Perceptions and Attitudes toward Emerging Technologies Taiwo Ajani [email protected] Computer Information Systems Ferrum College Ferrum, VA Elizabeth Stork [email protected] by: 3.
When Semantic Differential Scale is used to develop an image profile, it provides a good basis for comparing images of two or more items. It consists of a group of analytical techniques which are used to study consumer attitudes related to perceptions and preferences.
It is used to study- They are used to measure the attitude towards a. Complete guide to survey questions with survey examples and sample survey questions that include question types, answer types and good questions for a survey like the Dichotomous Survey Question, Multiple Choice Question, Rank Order Scaling Question, Rating Scale Question, Semantic Differential Scale, Stapel Scale Question, Constant Sum Survey Questions and much more.
Semantic Differential Technique in Study of Cultures opposites (e.g., good-bad, strong-weak, fast-slow, hot-cold, fair-unfair, etc.).
The concept is given at the top of each sheet, and the subject judges it against each successive scale by putting his checkmark in the appropriate position. Many studies have been conducted on student attitudes toward learning science in general; however, studies concerning attitudes toward chemistry are limited in number.
The purpose of this research was to adapt and use the shortened version of Bauer's semantic differential, ASCIv2 (Attitude toward the Subject of Chemistry Inventory version 2 Cited by: Semantic Differential Scales of the type developed by Osgood (4) have proven useful to researchers in quantifying highly subjective data.
The semantic differential used in this study was designed to mea sure attitude toward mathematics. The concept used was MATHEMATICS. The instrument consisted of fifteen bipolar adjectives placed at opposite.
There were also no pre-intervention group differences in attitudes toward mentally ill people (tp, d) or toward seeking mental health treatment (t =, p, d) as measured by the Semantic Differential scales. Table 1 reports the means and standard deviations for the pre- and post-intervention measures.
their attitude towards the particular object. The most common version simply asks respond-ents to indicate their attitudes towards a named object using semantic-differential scales. So people might be asked to rate their attitude towards immigrants using a scale from −3 (extremely bad) to +3 (extremely good).
Typically, though, people rate File Size: KB. example, Moore () attributes the failure of some students in his study to learn to skim to emotional difficulties.
In another kind of study, I adminis-tered a semantic differential scale with reading and study skills items to University of Maryland students enrolled in a college reading program (described in Raygor, Wallace, ).
We illustrate this scale by representing a respondent’s evaluation of hotel ly 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Unfriendly Reliable 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Unreliable Modern 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Old - fashioned Organized 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Unorganized Comfortable 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Uncomfortable Excitable 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Calm DEVELOP LIKERT, SEMANTIC DIFFERENTIAL AND STAPEL.
The Effect of Attitude toward Reading and Exposure to Reading on English Competence the model proposed by McKenna et al., a reader's history of success or frustration plays a central role in shaping attitude.
Among the results obtained through the study, high-ability students occasionally appeared to. Semantic differential scale – Bi-polar attitudes about a concept – pair of adjectives The look and feel of the web-site is – Measures attitude towards different interface factors (screen factors, terminology and system feedback, learning factors, system capabilities, technical manuals, on-lineFile Size: 1MB.
Attitudes are pervasive and every individual has some kind of attitude towards the objects in his environment. In fact, attitudes are forced in the socialization process and may relate to anything in the de, Opinion and Belief: An opinion is generally the expression of one‟s judgment of a particular set offacts, an.
Three-Mode Principal Components Analysis The primary purpose of three-mode principal components analysis in semantic differential stud-ies is to study differences between individuals in their use of scales and concepts.
Previous factor analyses have often been performed on the sub-jects-by-scales matrix summed over concepts, or. Semantic-differential items use a bipolar adjective list or pair of descriptive statements that examinees use to select a response option out of a range of values that best matches their agreement.
Likert-type items include a declarative statement followed by several levels of agreement along a span of (usually) five to seven response options.
The most popular of these methods has been the summated rating method generally known as the Likert scale. For example, most of the attitude scales reported in Shaw and Wright () are Likert scales. In a review of research in science education, Renner, Abraham, and Stafford (1 ) cited the Likert instrument developed by Moore and Sutman () as a popular instrument in attitude.
A two-group discriminant analysis predicted a group membership of 78% of pdf subjects. The scale is useful for assessing attitudes of doctoral candidates in a college of education toward responsibility for dissertation tasks and for planning student advising based on these attitudes.
An appendix contains the responsibility by: 1.Stapel Scales • Modern versions of the Stapel scale place a single adjective as a substitute for the semantic download pdf when it is difficult to create pairs of bipolar adjectives. • The advantage and disadvantages of a Stapel scale, as well as the results, are very similar to those for a semantic differential.
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