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Sadeghi A, Doostani P, Hu S. Confirmatory Factor Analysis of the Career Feedback Inventory in an Iranian High School Students Sample. Iranian Evolutionary and Educational Psychology. 2020; 2 (1) :46-56
URL: http://ieepj.hormozgan.ac.ir/article-1-160-en.html
1- Department of counseling, Faculty of Education and Psychology, University of Isfahan, Isfahan
2- School of Education Science, Nanjing Normal University, Nanjing 210000, Jiangsu Province
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The purpose of the present study was to examine the structural and construct validity of the FCG inventory as applied in Iran. Feedback on Career Goals (FCG) Inventory was devised and validated by Hu, Creed, and Hood (2017) and was later used to measure career feedback among Chinese and Australian university students. The statistical population of this study consisted of all high school students in Isfahan in the academic year of 2018-2019, and 324 students (166 females and 158 males) were selected through cluster sampling as the sample size. Then, the students were administered a translated version of the FCG inventory, and their responses were examined with respect to the structure of the inventory. Results of confirmatory factor analyses demonstrated that three factors of feedback on progress, goal suitability, and improvements needed loaded on one higher-order factor of career feedback, similar to the structure of the FCG inventory applied in Chinese and Australian students. The results also provided support for construct validity of the scale by linking career feedback with career goal-performance discrepancies and career-related stress. Our findings suggest that the Iranian version of the FCG inventory has acceptable psychometric properties and is a valid instrument for the assessment of career feedback.
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Type of Study: Original | Subject: Educational Psychology
Received: 2019/10/15 | Accepted: 2020/02/25 | Published: 2020/03/26

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