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Community Development

Well-established scales in the Hong Kong context

Community social capital
Function
Promoting prosocial behavior, the common good, well-being, civic engagement
Relevance
Communitarianism, libertarianism, social inclusion
Target
Community
Respondent
Member
Feature
10 items in 5-point rating scale
Reliability
.934
References

Mok, Bong-ho, Chau-kiu Cheung, and Steven Sek-yum Ngai. 2006. Professional Contribution to the Sustainability of Self-help Groups and Their Social Capital Created in CIIF Projects. Hong Kong, China: Community Investment and Inclusion Fund.

Community social capital capacity
Function
Promoting prosocial behavior, the common good, well-being, civic engagement
Relevance
Communitarianism, libertarianism, social inclusion
Target
Community
Respondent
Resident
Feature
4 items in 5-point rating scale
Reliability
.794
References

Cheung, Chau-kiu, Raymond Kwok-hong Chan, Wing-chung Ho, and Kwan-kwok Leung. 2012.3. An Evaluation Study on the Outcomes of the Community Investment and Inclusion Fund (CIIF). Hong Kong, China: Community Investment and Inclusion Fund.

Satisfaction of residents in the community
Function
Monitoring residential quality, improvement, facility adequacy
Relevance
Settlement, aspiration, adaptation
Target
Community
Respondent
Resident
Feature
4 items in 5-point rating scale
Reliability
.861
References

Kwan, Yui-huen, Man-hung Ngan, Chau-kiu Cheung, and Kun Ma. 2002. Effectiveness Enhancement of the Kwun Tong Community Care and Support Network Project─Research Report. Hong Kong: Department of Applied Social Studies, City University of Hong Kong.

Segal, Steven P., Dina Redman, and Carol Silverman. 2000. “Measuring Clients’ Satisfaction with Self-help Agencies.” Psychiatric Services 51(9):1148-1152.

Community availability of open spaces
Function
Promoting well-being, interaction, identity
Relevance
Modernity, consumption, freedom, democracy, citizenship
Target
Community
Respondent
Officer
Feature
3 items in 5-point rating scale
Reliability
.755
References

Chan, Edwin, and Grace K. L. Lee. 2008. “Critical Factors for Improving Social Sustainability of Urban Renewal Projects.” Social Indicators Research 85:243-256.

Community participation of residents in the community
Function
Promoting social support, collaboration, cohesion
Relevance
Mutualism, civility, collectivism
Target
Community
Respondent
Woman
Feature
3 items in 2-point rating scale
Reliability
.604
References

Cheung, Chau-kiu, and Wing-chung Ho. 2012. “Investing in Community Participation to Receive Social Support.” Journal of Social Service Research 38(1):110-123.

Group functional sustainability in the community
Function
Promoting identity, learning, self-transcendence
Relevance
Adaptation, connectivity, continuity
Target
Community
Respondent
Member
Feature
8 items in 5-point rating scale
Reliability
.716
References

Cheung, Chau-kiu, Raymond Kwok-hong Chan, Wing-chung Ho, and Kwan-kwok Leung. 2012.3. An Evaluation Study on the Outcomes of the Community Investment and Inclusion Fund (CIIF). Hong Kong, China: Community Investment and Inclusion Fund.

Group intentional sustainability in the community
Function
Promoting identity, learning, self-transcendence
Relevance
Adaptation, connectivity, continuity
Target
Community
Respondent
Member
Feature
4 items in 5-point rating scale
Reliability
.614
References

Cheung, Chau-kiu, Raymond Kwok-hong Chan, Wing-chung Ho, and Kwan-kwok Leung. 2012.3. An Evaluation Study on the Outcomes of the Community Investment and Inclusion Fund (CIIF). Hong Kong, China: Community Investment and Inclusion Fund.

Community Trustworthiness
Function
Promoting trust, negotiation, exchange
Relevance
Performance, status, social capital
Target
Community
Respondent
Member
Feature
4 items in 5-point rating scale
Reliability
.734
References

Mok, Bong-ho, Chau-kiu Cheung, and Steven Sek-yum Ngai. 2006. Professional Contribution to the Sustainability of Self-help Groups and Their Social Capital Created in CIIF Projects. Hong Kong, China: Community Investment and Inclusion Fund.

Social capital scale: Trust of community
Function
Evaluation of community development, Prevention of domestic violence and crime, Inter-organization collaboration
Relevance
Social capital development, Enhancement of the neighborhoods relationship, Sense of belonging
Target
Community residents
Respondent
Community residents
Feature
9 items in 4-point rating scale
Reliability
.717
References

Grootaert Christiaan, Narayan Deepa, Jones Nyhan, & Woolcock Michael. (2003). Measuring Social Capital: An Integrated Questionnaire. Washington, DC: World Bank Publications.

 

Wai-fong TING. (2012). The Effectiveness of CIIF Projects in Social Capital Development in Tin Shui Wai. Hong Kong: Community Investment Inclusion Fund (CIIF) Labour and Welfare Bureau Hong Kong SAR Government.

Social capital scale: Norms of reciprocity
Function
Evaluation of community development, Prevention of domestic violence and crime, Inter-organization collaboration
Relevance
Social capital development, Enhancement of the neighborhoods relationship, Sense of belonging
Target
Community residents
Respondent
Community residents
Feature
8 items in 4-point rating scale
Reliability
.723
References

Grootaert Christiaan, Narayan Deepa, Jones Nyhan, & Woolcock Michael. (2003). Measuring Social Capital: An Integrated Questionnaire. Washington, DC: World Bank Publications.

 

Wai-fong TING. (2012). The Effectiveness of CIIF Projects in Social Capital Development in Tin Shui Wai. Hong Kong: Community Investment Inclusion Fund (CIIF) Labour and Welfare Bureau Hong Kong SAR Government.

Social capital scale: Community harmony
Function
Evaluation of community development, Prevention of domestic violence and crime, Inter-organization collaboration
Relevance
Social capital development, Enhancement of the neighborhoods relationship, Sense of belonging
Target
Community residents
Respondent
Community residents
Feature
4 items in 4-point rating scale
Reliability
.689
References

Grootaert Christiaan, Narayan Deepa, Jones Nyhan, & Woolcock Michael. (2003). Measuring Social Capital: An Integrated Questionnaire. Washington, DC: World Bank Publications.

 

Wai-fong TING. (2012). The Effectiveness of CIIF Projects in Social Capital Development in Tin Shui Wai. Hong Kong: Community Investment Inclusion Fund (CIIF) Labour and Welfare Bureau Hong Kong SAR Government.