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Development of the Cross-Cultural Coping Scale: Collective, Avoidance, and Engagement strategies
Measurement and Evaluation in Counselling and Development
  • B.C.H Kuo, University of Windsor
  • Gargi Roysircar
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Article
Publication Date
1-1-2006
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Abstract
The Cross-Cultural Coping Scale, a scenario-based instrument, was developed in 3 studies. Exploratory factor analyses with Chinese Canadian adolescents (N = 506) showed a 3-factor structure: Collective, Avoidance, and Engagement Coping. The model was reproduced very well in a confirmatory factor analysis. Participant acculturation, self-construals, and religious affiliations were related to coping dimensions.
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This article was first published in the Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development (http://www.uk.sagepub.com/journals/Journal201951). Copyright Sage Publications.

Citation Information
B.C.H Kuo and Gargi Roysircar. "Development of the Cross-Cultural Coping Scale: Collective, Avoidance, and Engagement strategies" Measurement and Evaluation in Counselling and Development Vol. 39 (2006) p. 161 - 181
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/ben-kuo/13/