The present article stems from an analysis of the research contributions in the existing literature related to the study of work-related values and presents the adaptation and validation of an ad hoc instrument. This instrument, which derives from Shalom Schwartz’s taxonomy of values, aims to reveal work values: the Work Values Questionnaire (WVQ). Participants included 1834 adults aged 20 to 65 equally distributed between gender. In particular, the current work is comprised of three parts: the first part involves a confirmatory factor analysis of the questionnaire’s structure utilizing structural equation modeling; the second part includes the use of multidimensional scaling to test the circumplexity hypotheses from Schwartz’s proposed model; and finally, analyses concerning sample specificity were conducted by analyzing group means. The psychometric properties of the questionnaire are presented, the circumplexity of the model was tested, and implications and applications of the instrument are discussed.
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|Titolo:||The Work Values Questionnaire (WVQ): Revisiting Schwartz’s Portrait Values Questionnaire (PVQ) for work contexts|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2010|
|Appartiene alla tipologia:||01a Articolo in rivista|