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III Congreso Nacional de Psicología - Oviedo 2017
Universidad de Oviedo

 

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Psicothema

ISSN Paper Edition: 0214-9915

2006 . Vol. 18 , nº 2 , pp. 272-277
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UN CUESTIONARIO PARA EVALUAR EL CLIMA SOCIAL DEL CENTRO ESCOLAR

 

María Victoria Trianes, M. J. Blanca, L. de la Morena, L. Infante y S. Raya

Universidad de Málaga

Se presenta un cuestionario para evaluar el clima social del centro (CECSCE) construido a partir de los ítems del California School Climate and Safety Survey. El CECSCE muestra una estructura factorial estable Oblimin con dos factores de clima social: 1) relativo al centro, y 2) relativo al profesorado. Ambos factores presentan una correlación que oscila entre 0.42 y 0.48. y explican un 54,2% y un 45,6% de la varianza, respectivamente. Su fiabilidad test-retest es aceptable (r= 0.61) tras 9 meses. Ambos factores arrojan diferencias de género a favor de las chicas. Y diferencian el nivel educativo, presentando 2º curso medias más altas en los dos factores que el curso 3º. El segundo factor se correlaciona positivamente con los factores que miden competencia social del School Social Behavior Scales de Merrell y negativamente con los que miden conducta antisocial e inadaptada de este instrumento.

A questionnaire to assess school social climate. A questionnaire to assess the school social climate (CECSCE) made from items of The California School Climate and Safety Survey is presented. The CECSCE displays a stable factorial Oblimin structure in two social climate factors: 1) relative to the school and 2) relative to the teaching staff. Both factors present a correlation that oscillates between 0.42 and 0.48; and they explain 54,2% and 45,6% of the variance, respectively. Its reliability test-retest is acceptable (r= 0.61) after 9 months. Both factors present gender differences in favour of girls. They also differentiate at the educational level, displaying in 2º course higher means in both factors than in 3º course. The second factor correlates positively with the factors that measure social competence in the Merrell School Social Behaviour Scales and negatively with those that measure antisocial and non adapted behaviour.

 
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Fecha recepción: 30-9-04 • Fecha aceptación: 3-8-05
Correspondencia: María Victoria Trianes Torres
Facultad de Psicología
Universidad de Málaga
29071 Málaga (Spain)
E-mail: triatorr@uma.es

 

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