Assessment of social alienation: Psychometric properties of the SACS-R

Timothy K. Daugherty1, Jeremy M. Linton2
1Winthrop University, United States
2Western Michigan University, United States
Cite this article:  Daugherty, T. K., & Linton, J. M. (2000). Assessment of social alienation: Psychometric properties of the SACS-R. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 28(4), 323-328.

Volume 28 Issue 4 | e1030 | Published: August 2000 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.2224/sbp.2000.28.4.323

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The psychometric properties of a revision of the Social Alienation from Classmates Scale for use with college students was examined. A number of constructs, and related measures, have been developed to address estrangement. Consistent with prior research on other measures of estrangement, SACS-R scores were expected to be correlated with scores on tests of depression, stress, introversion, attractiveness, and family functioning. Social desirability was controlled through partial correlations, and a peer sociometric was also employed. Results support the reliability and validity of SACS-R scores from a sample of college men.

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