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Title: The Social Work Self-Efficacy Scale (SWSE)
Authors: Holden Gary
Meenaghan Thomas
Anastas Jeane
Metrey George
Keywords: social work;social work education;self-efficacy;social cognitive theory;outcomes;educational outcomes;scale;measure
Issue Date: 12-Oct-2007
Abstract: The SWSE is a 52 item scale created following Bandura’s guidelines for the creation of self-efficacy scales (Bandura, 1997b). The SWSE takes approximately 15 minutes to complete. The SWSE’s readability estimate is Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level: 9.9. There is preliminary evidence regarding the reliability, validity and sensitivity to change of the data collected via the SWSE. Final version of background manuscript for citation: Holden, G., Meenaghan, T., Anastas, J. & Metrey, G. (2002). Outcomes of social work education: The case for social work self-efficacy. Journal of Social Work Education, 38, 1, 115-133.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2451/23613
metadata.dc.rights: contact lead author for permission / detailed instructions: gary.holden@nyu.edu Final version of background manuscript for citation: Holden, G., Meenaghan, T., Anastas, J. & Metrey, G. (2002). Outcomes of social work education: The case for social work self-efficacy. Journal of Social Work Education, 38, 1, 115-133.
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