BEVIとIDIの比較 : その基本的特徴と妥当性に関するエビデンス
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The present paper compares the Beliefs, Events, and Values Inventory (BEVI) and the Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI) to explore similarities and differences in terms of basic characteristics and evidence related to their validity as a psychological measure. It was found that the two measures are largely similar in their basic characteristics but differ in the number of items included, how long it takes to complete them, and the nature of sample on which these measures were developed. There was a relatively good amount of validity evidence for both measures. The paper concluded that study abroad program administrators should choose, for program evaluation purposes, an appropriate measure that best fits the purpose or expected learning outcomes of their study abroad program.
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Morito Institute of Global Higher Education