MSLSS

AcronymDefinition
MSLSSMultidimensional Students' Life Satisfaction Scale
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Analisis Descriptivo y Correlacional entre el Clima escolar Social (ECLIS), la Satisfaccion Vital Multidimensional (MSLSS) y la Satisfaccion Vital de los Estudiantes (SLSS)
En la Tabla 1 aparecen los estadisticos de las subescalas del ECLIS y del MSLSS, y el total de esta ultima.
DIFERENCIAS EN LAS DIMENSIONES DEL CLIMA ESCOLAR SOCIAL (ECLIS), SATISFACCION VITAL MULTIDIMENSIONAL (MSLSS) Y LA SATISFACCION VITAL DE LOS ESTUDIANTES (SLSS) EN FUNCION DEL SEXO Y EL NIVEL CURSADO.
In Chile, only recently has the MSLSS come into use, applying the instrument to children and adolescents (Chavarria & Barra, 2014; Oyanedel, Alfaro, & Mella, 2015; San Martin & Barra, 2013).
Regarding to the number of participants, the sample was calculate thinking about at least 5 participant per item from the scale to adapt according to the recommendation of Nunnally (1967) y Martinez-Arias (1995); Therefore the minimum number of students needed was of 200 participants from the 40 items of MSLSS
The Multidimensional Students Life Satisfaction Scale (MSLSS) developed by Huebner (1994, 1998) measures the levels of life satisfaction in students.
Social skills and self-concept constructs were therefore chosen which (according to the literature) are moderately and positively associated with self, family, school and friendship dimensions of life satisfaction as measured by the MSLSS, an instrument similar to the MLSS-C (Jovanovic & Zuljevic, 2013; Zappulla et al., 2014).
The results concerning social skills are in line with those reported for the MSLSS by Jovanovic and Zuljevic (2013) and Zappulla et al.
Life satisfaction was measured with a Turkish version of the MSLSS (Huebner, 1994).
For the present study, the factor structure of the MSLSS was studied using two separate factor analyses of data for pupils from another randomly selected Anatolian high school in Antalya.
Correlation between the CAWS and the MSLSS was .71.
By Alandra Weller-Clarke, Assistant Professor, Benedictine University Table 1 Internal Consistency Coefficients & Construct Validation Dimension [alpha] N CAWS Adaptability .75 266 Connectedness .85 266 Conscientiousness .84 266 Empathy .77 266 Emotional Self-Regulation .83 265 Initiative .77 266 Mindfulness .76 266 Optimism .86 266 Social Competence .81 266 Self-Efficacy .85 266 Overall .97 265 MSLSS (Multidimensional Students' Life Satisfaction Survey) Family .86 247 Friends .83 226 School .87 242 Living Environment .84 247 Self .78 241 Overall .92 186 Note.