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A measure of the extent to which an individual feels part of a global community.

Data File: Measuring Morality Study, 2012

Source: Stephen Vaisey. 2012. Measuring Morality Study, 2012. Duke University.


General Instructions:

Alpha = .58.

Any special instructions related to individual items will be listed below those items.


C1 from Measuring Morality Study, 2012

Please indicate to what extent you agree/disagree with the following statements. More needs to be done to restrict foreign influences on American culture. [Cosmopolitanism Scale] (C1)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused181.2
1) Strongly agree1399.2
2) Agree29819.6
3) Neither/Neutral60139.6
4) Disagree33522.1
5) Strongly disagree1288.4
TOTAL1,519100.0

Item Instructions (C1):

Code item as follows: Convert 'Refused' to missing data.


C2 from Measuring Morality Study, 2012

Please indicate to what extent you agree/disagree with the following statements. The USA should welcome ideas from foreign cultures. [Cosmopolitanism Scale] (C2)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused120.8
1) Strongly agree16310.7
2) Agree60039.5
3) Neither/Neutral56837.4
4) Disagree1248.2
5) Strongly disagree523.4
TOTAL1,519100.0

Item Instructions (C2):

Item should be reverse-coded such that 1 = Strongly Disagree, 2 = Disagree, 3 = Neither/Neutral, 4 = Agree, 5 = Strongly Agree and Refused is converted to missing data.


C3 from Measuring Morality Study, 2012

Please indicate to what extent you agree/disagree with the following statements. The USA should cooperate with other countries only when in its own interests. [Cosmopolitanism Scale] (C3)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused171.1
1) Strongly agree946.2
2) Agree24115.9
3) Neither/Neutral62441.1
4) Disagree43028.3
5) Strongly disagree1147.5
TOTAL1,520100.0

Item Instructions (C3):

Code item as follows: Convert 'Refused' to missing data.




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