SoCQStages of Concern Questionnaire
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Validity of the SoCQ scale was established using correlation matrices and factor analysis and seven scales of the SoCQ measured seven independent constructs corresponding to seven stages of concern as proposed by CBAM (George et al., 2013).
In order to determine faculty concerns as they relate to online education, the researchers administered the SoCQ. The SoCQ consists of 35 questions in relation to an innovation on a scale of 0 to 7 with options ranging from irrelevant to very true of me now.
According to the testing manual that accompanies the SoCQ (Hall, George, & Rutherford, 1998), an effective method for interpreting the SoCQ results is to determine the primary, secondary, and lowest stage of concern for each respondent.
Hall, George, and Rutherford (1977) developed 7-stages and 35-items Stages of concern Questionnaire (SoCQ) to measure the intensity of each SoC.
The Stages of Concern Questionnaire (SoCQ) (Hall, George, & Rutherford, 1977) graphs reveal a positive evolution whose indepth analysis points to the fact that the INTIME users have been creative and effective in the overall use of the project materials and technology.
Rutherford created the SoCQ in 1974 to assess professors' concern about innovations in curriculum and instructional strategies.
The correlation coefficients between the Arabic version of SAS and BDI was (r = .68; p [less than] .001); SWLS (r = -.34; p [less than] .001); SCL-90-R (r = .66; p [less than] .001), and SOCQ subscales personal efficacy (r = .22; p [less than] .001).
The Stages of Concern Questionnaire (SoCQ) (Hall, George, & Rutherford, 1986) was used to assess concerns related to family-centered services.
(i)Stages of Concern Questionnaire (SoCQ)--a standardized questionnaire of 35 statements which represent seven fundamental stages of concern about an innovation (in this case Integration).
The researcher utilized the Stages of Concern Questionnaire (SoCQ) developed by George et al.