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Development of a Questionnaire to Measure Family Stress among Married Working Women Kim, Gwang Suk1)․Cho, Won Jung2) 1) Assistant Professor, Department of Nursing Environments & Systems, The Nursing Policy Research Institute, College of Nursing, Yonsei University 2) Professor Emeritus, College of Nursing, Yonsei University Purpose: Even though a number of studies have suggested that appropriate measuring instruments of family stress for working women have to be developed, the validity and reliability of the instruments used have not been consistently examined. The purpose of the present study was to develop a sensitive instrument to measure family stress for married working women, and to test the validity and reliability of the instrument. Method: The items generated for this instrument were drawn from a comprehensive literature review. Twenty four items were developed through evaluation by 10 experts and twenty one items were finally confirmed through item analysis. Psychometric testing was preformed and confirmed with a convenient sample of 240 women employed in the industrial sector. Result: Four factors evolved by factor analysis, which explained 50.5% of the total variance. The first factor ‘Cooperation' explained 28.1%, 2nd factor ‘Satisfaction with relationships' 10.6%, 3rd factor ‘Democratic and comfortable environment' 6.3%, and 4th factor ‘Disturbance of own living' 5.5%. Cronbach's coefficient of this instrument was 0.86. Conclusion: The study supports the validity and reliability of the instrument.


Development of a Questionnaire to Measure Family Stress among Married Working Women Kim, Gwang Suk1)․Cho, Won Jung2) 1) Assistant Professor, Department of Nursing Environments & Systems, The Nursing Policy Research Institute, College of Nursing, Yonsei University 2) Professor Emeritus, College of Nursing, Yonsei University Purpose: Even though a number of studies have suggested that appropriate measuring instruments of family stress for working women have to be developed, the validity and reliability of the instruments used have not been consistently examined. The purpose of the present study was to develop a sensitive instrument to measure family stress for married working women, and to test the validity and reliability of the instrument. Method: The items generated for this instrument were drawn from a comprehensive literature review. Twenty four items were developed through evaluation by 10 experts and twenty one items were finally confirmed through item analysis. Psychometric testing was preformed and confirmed with a convenient sample of 240 women employed in the industrial sector. Result: Four factors evolved by factor analysis, which explained 50.5% of the total variance. The first factor ‘Cooperation' explained 28.1%, 2nd factor ‘Satisfaction with relationships' 10.6%, 3rd factor ‘Democratic and comfortable environment' 6.3%, and 4th factor ‘Disturbance of own living' 5.5%. Cronbach's coefficient of this instrument was 0.86. Conclusion: The study supports the validity and reliability of the instrument.