Data on Marginalized Communities' Perceptions of Urban Agriculture

Published: 16-06-2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/nscvz7bvbx.1
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Sylvester Cortes

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The data were derived from a 32-item questionnaire that evaluated marginalized communities perceived values about urban agriculture. The data were obtained from 509 household representatives representing families with combined monthly income lower than 10,481.00 Philippine Pesos,

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The data provide preliminary evidence for a valid and reliable scale that evaluates perceived values on urban agriculture. Researchers may use this scale to evaluate initial perceptions and perceptual changes, respectively, before and after introducing urban agriculture to a community. In addition, the data can be used to generate a technical or research report regarding the perceived values on urban agriculture of where the data were collected. The data can be subjected to confirmatory factor analysis to confirm the four-factor structure obtained using exploratory factor analysis. These data can be used in future research to correlate sex, age, marital status, educational status, and occupational status against perceptions of the values of urban agriculture.