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ArtikelThe Multigroup Ethnic Identity Measure (MEIM) : Psychometric Review and Further Validity Testing  
Oleh: Ponterotto, Joseph G. ; Utsey, Shawn O. ; Stracuzzi, Thomas ; Gretchen, Denise ; Saya, Robert
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Educational and Psychological Measurement vol. 63 no. 3 (Jun. 2003), page 502-515.
Topik: IDENTITY; multigroup ethnic identity measure; ethnic identity; racial identity; confirmatory factor analysis
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Isi artikelThis article examines the psychometric strengths and limitations of a widely used measure of ethnic identity development : the multigroup ethnic identity measure (MEIM). A review of 12 studies incorporating the MEIM found its two subscales - ethnic identity (EI) and other -group orientation (OGO) - to be relatively distinct, have satisfactory levels of itnernal consistency, and have moderate degrees of construct and criterion - related validity. The first confirmatory factor analysis (N = 219) of the MEIM is reported, the results of which indicate that a two - factor structure is a better fit than a global model but that the goodness of fit is medicore. A follow - up exploratory factor analaysis identified weaker items, and suggestions for possible MEIM revision are presented. Finally, the first formal readability analysis of the MEIM places item difficulty at the sixth - to seventh - grade level.
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