Development and Validation of a Scale to Measure the Cyber-Aggression of Adolescent Using Rasch Analysis

Published: 25 January 2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/svknkyvygw.1
Mardianto mardianto


The formulation of the problem in this research is whether the measurement instruments of students 'cyber aggression behavior and social skills as well as students' perceptions of the school climate are appropriate and effective as a valid and reliable measure of research and can reflect the construct of each variable? In general, this study aims to construct effective, valid and reliable measuring tools in revealing adolescent cyber-aggression behavior and the factors that influence it


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The cyber aggression scale consists of 34 items divided into two favorable and unfavorable patterns using a Likert scale approach, namely self-reporting to measure respondent behavior with alternative answers using a Likert scale with response choices 1 to 4.The total samples are 201 students, consisting of 156 females 78%, and 45 males 22%, consisting of domicile, 12 metropolis 6%, 98 cities 49%, and 91 towns 45%, aged 15-21 years studying at high school in Padang city Indonesia


Universitas Negeri Padang


Cyber Attack