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Vocational values scale: initial development and testing of the student form (VVS–S)

Abstract : This manuscript aimed to develop an instrument assessing vocational values among students (VVS–S). The scale was developed in French using three different samples of Togolese participants for item development ( N = 140), exploratory ( N = 308) and confirmatory analyses ( N = 300). It consists of 17 items divided into the five subscales of Power, Family, Helping, Salary, and Creativity. The correlational, higher-order, and bifactor models showed that these values could be considered independently. Moreover, four of the values correlated positively but weakly with life satisfaction. The VVS–S’s usefulness for research and practice in counseling, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa, is discussed.
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Kokou Amenyona Atitsogbe, Jean-Luc Bernaud. Vocational values scale: initial development and testing of the student form (VVS–S). International Journal for Educational and Vocational Guidance, Springer Verlag, 2022, ⟨10.1007/s10775-022-09561-z⟩. ⟨hal-03726419⟩

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