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 위의 글을 읽으면서 독자가 느꼈듯이 쌍대비교법의 단점은 (1) 비교할 항목 수가 많아지면,​ 쌍으로 비교한 문항이 더 많아진다는 점이다 $ (n(n-1))/2 $. In this case, 문항수 $ 162(162-1))/​2 $ 위의 글을 읽으면서 독자가 느꼈듯이 쌍대비교법의 단점은 (1) 비교할 항목 수가 많아지면,​ 쌍으로 비교한 문항이 더 많아진다는 점이다 $ (n(n-1))/2 $. In this case, 문항수 $ 162(162-1))/​2 $
  
-====== Lickert ======+====== Lickert ​Scale ======
 특정 대상에 대한 여러 가지 의견 진술문을 응답자들에게 제시하고,​ 각 진술문들에 대한 동의 정도를 척도상 번호에 표시하도록 한 것 \\ 특정 대상에 대한 여러 가지 의견 진술문을 응답자들에게 제시하고,​ 각 진술문들에 대한 동의 정도를 척도상 번호에 표시하도록 한 것 \\
 See, http://​upload.wikimedia.org/​wikipedia/​commons/​c/​cc/​Example_Likert_Scale.svg \\  See, http://​upload.wikimedia.org/​wikipedia/​commons/​c/​cc/​Example_Likert_Scale.svg \\ 
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-====== Semantic Differential ======+====== Semantic Differential ​Scale ======
 척도 양 끝에 서로 대칭적/​반대 의미를 갖고 있는 두 개의 형용사를 놓고 그 사이를 일정 간격으로 번호에 따라 나눈 것 척도 양 끝에 서로 대칭적/​반대 의미를 갖고 있는 두 개의 형용사를 놓고 그 사이를 일정 간격으로 번호에 따라 나눈 것
  
 +====== Bogardus Social Distance Scale ======
 +  - As close relatives by marriage (i.e., as the legal spouse of a close relative) (score 1.00)
 +  - As my close personal friends (2.00)
 +  - As neighbors on the same street (3.00)
 +  - As co-workers in the same occupation (4.00)
 +  - As citizens in my country (5.00)
 +  - As non-citizen visitors in my country (6.00)
 +  - Would exclude from entry into my country (7.00)
 +====== ​ Thurstone Scale ======
 +Generate statements that describe specific attitudes that people might have towards persons with AIDS.
 +  * people get AIDS by engaging in immoral behavior
 +  * you can get AIDS from toilet seats
 +  * AIDS is the wrath of God
 +  * anybody with AIDS is either gay or a junkie
 +  * AIDS is an epidemic that affects us all
 +  * people with AIDS are bad
 +  * people with AIDS are real people
 +  * AIDS is a cure, not a disease
 +  * you can get AIDS from heterosexual sex
 +  * people with AIDS are like my parents
 +  * you can get AIDS from public toilets
 +  * women don’t get AIDS
 +  * I treat everyone the same, regardless of whether or not they have AIDS
 +  * AIDS costs the public too much
 +  * AIDS is something the other guy gets
 +  * living with AIDS is impossible
 +  * children cannot catch AIDS
 +  * AIDS is a death sentence
 +  * because AIDS is preventable,​ we should focus our resources on prevention instead of curing
 +  * People who contract AIDS deserve it
 +  * AIDS doesn'​t have a preference, anyone can get it.
 +  * AIDS is the worst thing that could happen to you.
 +  * AIDS is good because it will help control the population.
 +  * If you have AIDS, you can still live a normal life.
 +  * People with AIDS do not need or deserve our help
 +  * By the time I would get sick from AIDS, there will be a cure
 +  * AIDS will never happen to me
 +  * you can't get AIDS from oral sex
 +  * AIDS is spread the same way colds are
 +  * AIDS does not discriminate
 +  * You can get AIDS from kissing
 +  * AIDS is spread through the air
 +  * Condoms will always prevent the spread of AIDS
 +  * People with AIDS deserve what they got
 +  * If you get AIDS you will die within a year
 +  * Bad people get AIDS and since I am a good person I will never get AIDS
 +  * I don't care if I get AIDS because researchers will soon find a cure for it.
 +  * AIDS distracts from other diseases that deserve our attention more
 +  * bringing AIDS into my family would be the worst thing I could do
 +  * very few people have AIDS, so it's unlikely that I'll ever come into contact with a sufferer
 +  * if my brother caught AIDS I'd never talk to him again
 +  * People with AIDS deserve our understanding,​ but not necessarily special treatment
 +  * AIDS is a omnipresent,​ ruthless killer that lurks around dark alleys, silently waiting for naive victims to wander passed so that it might pounce.
 +  * I can't get AIDS if I'm in a monogamous relationship
 +  * the nation'​s blood supply is safe
 +  * universal precautions are infallible
 +  * people with AIDS should be quarantined to protect the rest of society
 +  * because I don't live in a big city, the threat of AIDS is very small
 +  * I know enough about the spread of the disease that I would have no problem working in a health care setting with patients with AIDS
 +  * the AIDS virus will not ever affect me
 +  * Everyone affected with AIDS deserves it due to their lifestyle
 +  * Someone with AIDS could be just like me
 +  * People infected with AIDS did not have safe sex
 +  * Aids affects us all.
 +  * People with AIDS should be treated just like everybody else.
 +  * AIDS is a disease that anyone can get if there are not careful.
 +  * It's easy to get AIDS.
 +  * The likelihood of contracting AIDS is very low.
 +  * The AIDS quilt is an emotional reminder to remember those who did not deserve to die painfully or in vain
 +  * The number of individuals with AIDS in Hollywood is higher than the general public thinks
 +  * It is not the AIDS virus that kills people, it is complications from other illnesses (because the immune system isn't functioning) that cause death
 +  * AIDS is becoming more a problem for heterosexual women and their offsprings than IV drug users or homosexuals
 +  * A cure for AIDS is on the horizon
 +  * A cure for AIDS is on the horizon
 +  * Mandatory HIV testing should be established for all pregnant women
 ====== Level of measurement - English ====== ====== Level of measurement - English ======
 Measurement is the process of assigning numbers to objects in such a way that properties of the objects are reflected in the numbers themselves. There are four different measures. Measurement is the process of assigning numbers to objects in such a way that properties of the objects are reflected in the numbers themselves. There are four different measures.
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