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Research Paper | Anthropology Science | Indonesia | Volume 5 Issue 6, June 2016
Cross-Cultural Adaptation and Validation of the Cultural Self_Efficacy Scale for Papua Nurses
Agussalim  | Josephine D. Lorica
Abstract: The Southeast Asian nations have worked for integration which commences in 2015. With the ASEAN integration, the professional nurse should have learned how to deal with the different culture within the Southeast Asian nations. This study targetted the conduct of a cross-cultural adaptation and validation of the Cultural Self Efficacy Scale for Papuan Nurses. The study used methodological study cross-sectional design. There were 192 participants across the process from the initial translationto the reliability tests. Results show that minor problems were found in the use of semantics during cross-cultural adaptation of the ICSES. The participants level of cultural self-efficacy is high confidence (3.43). The face validity of the ICSES is agreeable while the content validity index is acceptable. Cronbach alpha of the ICES is 0.969. It is therefore concluded that the Indonesian Self Efficacy Scale is valid and reliable.
Keywords: Cross_Cultural adapatation, ASEAN, Papua nurses, Validation
Edition: Volume 5 Issue 6, June 2016,
Pages: 2500 - 2511