Quality of college life (QCL) of students: further validation of a measure of well-being
Sirgy, M. J.
Lee, D. -J.
Yu, G. B.
Garcia Vega, J. J.
Johar, J. S.
Claiborne, C. B.
Social Indicators Research
375 - 390
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This paper reports a study designed to further validate a measure of quality of college life (QCL) of university students (Sirgy, Grzeskowiak, Rahtz, Soc Indic Res 80(2), 343-360, 2007). Two studies were conducted: a replication study and an extension study. The replication study involved surveys of 10 different college campuses in different countries. The results of the replication study provided additional nomological (predictive) validation support of the measure based on a theoretical model mapping out the antecedents and consequences of satisfaction with college life. With respect to the extension study, the focus was to further test the nomological validity of the QCL measure by arguing and empirically demonstrating that the consequence of QCL is life satisfaction. The extension study involved a survey of three college campuses in different countries. The results were also supportive of the nomological validity of the QCL measure.
KeywordsLife quality in college
Quality of college life
Quality of life on a university campus
Satisfaction with college facilities
Satisfaction with college life
Satisfaction with the academic aspects of college life
Satisfaction with the social aspects of college life
University quality of life
Quality of life
Published Version (Please cite this version)http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11205-010-9587-6
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