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Services for Young People

Well-established scales in the Hong Kong context

ICT competence of youths in the community
Function
Enhancing confidence, communication, intimacy, problem solving
Relevance
Self-determination, exploration
Target
Youth
Respondent
Youth
Feature
13 items in 5-point rating scale
Reliability
.954
References

Ngai, Steven Sek-yum, Chau-kiu Cheung, and Chi-tat Chan. 2019. Report of Cyber Youth Outreach. Hong Kong, China: Boys & Girls’ Club Association, Caritas Hong Kong, and Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups.

Markauskaite, Lina. 2007. “Exploring the Structure of Trainee Teachers’ ICT Literacy: The Main Components of, and Relationships between, General Cognitive and Technical Capabilities.” Educational Technology Research & Development 55(6):547-572.

Social inclusion of youths in the community
Function
Promoting fairness, social quality, social participation
Relevance
Solidarity, belongingness, social identity, social trust, service accessibility
Target
Youth
Respondent
Youth
Feature
16 items in 5-point rating scale
Reliability
.735
References

Ngai, Steven Sek-yum, Chau-kiu Cheung, and Chi-tat Chan. 2019. Report of Cyber Youth Outreach. Hong Kong, China: Boys & Girls’ Club Association, Caritas Hong Kong, and Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups.

Phillips, David. 2006. Quality of Life: Concept, Policy and Practice. London: Routledge.

Psychosocial need satisfaction and need frustration of youth in the community: competence
Function
Promoting well-being, identity, learning, achievement
Relevance
Self-determination, volunteering, leadership, training
Target
Youth
Respondent
Youth
Feature
8 items in 5-point rating scale
Reliability
.79
References

Chen, Beiwen, Maarten Vansteenkiste, Wim Beyers, Liesbet Boone, Edward Deci, Jolene Kaap-Deeder, Bart Duriez, Willy Lens, Lennia Matos, Athanasios Mouratidis, Richard Ryan, Kennon Sheldon, Bart Soenens, Stijn Petegem, and Joke Verstuyf. 2015. “Basic Psychological Need Satisfaction, Need Frustration, and Need Strength across Four Cultures.” Motivation & Emotion 39(2):216-236.

Problem resolution of youths in the community
Function
Showing service effectiveness
Relevance
Coping, empowerment, recovery
Target
Youth
Respondent
Youth
Feature
9 items in 5-point rating scale
Reliability
.876
References

Ngai, Steven Sek-yum, Chau-kiu Cheung, and Chi-tat Chan. 2019. Report of Cyber Youth Outreach. Hong Kong, China: Boys & Girls’ Club Association, Caritas Hong Kong, and Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups.

 

Smith, Serena, Shane A. Thomas, Alun C. Jackson. 2004. “An Exploration of the Therapeutic Relationship and Counselling Outcomes in a Problem Gambling Counselling Service.” Journal of Social Work Practice 18(1):99-112.

Career commitment of youths in the community
Function
Promoting achievement, adjustment, integration
Relevance
Engagement, exploration, talent, training
Target
Youth
Respondent
Youth
Feature
8 items in 5-point rating scale
Reliability
.667
References

Ngai, Steven Sek-yum, Chau-kiu Cheung, and Chi-tat Chan. 2019. Report of Cyber Youth Outreach. Hong Kong, China: Boys & Girls’ Club Association, Caritas Hong Kong, and Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups.

Social contribution of youth in the community
Function
Promoting communication, enjoyment, social capital
Relevance
Belongingness, commitment, harmony, trust
Target
Youth
Respondent
Youth
Feature
6 items in 5-point rating scale
Reliability
.846
References

Ngai, Steven Sek-yum, Chau-kiu Cheung, and Chi-tat Chan. 2019. Report of Cyber Youth Outreach. Hong Kong, China: Boys & Girls’ Club Association, Caritas Hong Kong, and Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups.

Strength building received of youth in the community
Function
Promoting resilience, self-esteem, self-understanding
Relevance
Appreciation, affirming, networking
Target
Youth
Respondent
Youth
Feature
6 items in 5-point rating scale
Reliability
.772
References

Ngai, Steven Sek-yum, Chau-kiu Cheung, and Chi-tat Chan. 2019. Report of Cyber Youth Outreach. Hong Kong, China: Boys & Girls’ Club Association, Caritas Hong Kong, and Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups.

Identity of youths in the community
Function
Promoting well-being, character, sociality, social responsibility
Relevance
Education, socialization, modernization, adulthood
Target
Youth
Respondent
Youth
Feature
6 items in 5-point rating scale
Reliability
.888
References

Ngai, Steven Sek-yum, Chau-kiu Cheung, and Chi-tat Chan. 2019. Report of Cyber Youth Outreach. Hong Kong, China: Boys & Girls’ Club Association, Caritas Hong Kong, and Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups.

Henderson, Karla A., Leslie Scheuler Whitaker, M. Deborah Bialeschki, Margery M. Scanlin, and Christopher Thurber. 2007. “Summer Camp Experiences: Parental Perceptions of Youth Development Outcomes.” Journal of Family Issues 28(8):987-1007.

Resiliency of youths in the community
Function
Promoting health and well-being, confidence, courage
Relevance
Capability, crisis management, resource development
Target
Youth
Respondent
Youth
Feature
10 items in 5-point rating scale
Reliability
.913
References

Ngai, Steven Sek-yum, Chau-kiu Cheung, and Chi-tat Chan. 2019. Report of Cyber Youth Outreach. Hong Kong, China: Boys & Girls’ Club Association, Caritas Hong Kong, and Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups.

Siu, Oi-ling, C. Harry Hui, David R. Phillips, Lin Lin, Tze-wai Wong, and Kan Shi. 2009. “A Study of Resiliency among Chinese Health Care Workers: Capacity to Cope with Workplace Stress.” Journal of Research in Personality 43:770-776.

Mental health of youths in the community
Function
Promoting commitment, achievement, morality
Relevance
Life monitoring, social participation, utilitarianism
Target
Youth
Respondent
Youth
Feature
8 items in 5-point rating scale
Reliability
.901
References

Ngai, Steven Sek-yum, Chau-kiu Cheung, and Chi-tat Chan. 2019. Report of Cyber Youth Outreach. Hong Kong, China: Boys & Girls’ Club Association, Caritas Hong Kong, and Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups.

Lam, Cindy L.K., I.J. Lauder, T.P. Lam, and B. Gandek. 1999. “Population Based Norming of the Chinese (HK) Version of the SF-36 Health Survey.” Hong Kong Practitioner 21:460-470.

Social ostracism experience of youths in the community
Function
Promoting social inclusion, cooperation, popularity
Relevance
Meaningfulness, sociability, mobility
Target
Youth
Respondent
Youth
Feature
11 items in 5-point rating scale
Reliability
.93
References

Gilman, Rich, Adrienne Carter-Sowell, C. Nathan Dewall, Ryan E. Adams, and Inga Carboni. 2013. “Validation of the Ostracism Experience Scale for Adolescents.” Psychological Assessment 25(2):319-330.

Psychosocial need satisfaction and need frustration of youths in the community: autonomy
Function
Promoting exploration, commitment, competence, happiness, self-esteem
Relevance
Attachment, identity, self-determination
Target
Youth
Respondent
Youth
Feature
8 items in 5-point rating scale
Reliability
.77
References

Chen, Beiwen, Maarten Vansteenkiste, Wim Beyers, Liesbet Boone, Edward Deci, Jolene Kaap-Deeder, Bart Duriez, Willy Lens, Lennia Matos, Athanasios Mouratidis, Richard Ryan, Kennon Sheldon, Bart Soenens, Stijn Petegem, and Joke Verstuyf. 2015. “Basic Psychological Need Satisfaction, Need Frustration, and Need Strength across Four Cultures.” Motivation & Emotion 39(2):216-236.

Psychosocial need satisfaction and need frustration of youths in the community: relatedness
Function
Promoting social status, social capital
Relevance
Exchange, social capital
Target
Youth
Respondent
Youth
Feature
8 items in 5-point rating scale
Reliability
.79
References

Chen, Beiwen, Maarten Vansteenkiste, Wim Beyers, Liesbet Boone, Edward Deci, Jolene Kaap-Deeder, Bart Duriez, Willy Lens, Lennia Matos, Athanasios Mouratidis, Richard Ryan, Kennon Sheldon, Bart Soenens, Stijn Petegem, and Joke Verstuyf. 2015. “Basic Psychological Need Satisfaction, Need Frustration, and Need Strength across Four Cultures.” Motivation & Emotion 39(2):216-236.