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Titel    The Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale
Herausgeber    University of Texas
Ort    Austin
Datum    12. January 2000
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URL    http://www.utexas.edu/nursing/norr/docs/rosenberg.pdf

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2.4.2.3 The Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale

The Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale (RSE; Rosenberg, 1965, see Appendix 7) was devised in an attempt to achieve a unidimensional measure of global self-esteem. [...] The scale was originally designed as a Guttman scale, in that the RSE items were to represent a continuum of self-worth statements ranging from statements that are endorsed even by individuals with low self-esteem to statements that are [endorsed only by persons with high self-esteem.]

The Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale

The Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale (RSE; Rosenberg 1965) is an attempt to achieve a unidimensional measure of global self-esteem. It was designed to be a Gutman scale, which means that the RSE items were to represent a continuum of self-worth statements ranging from statements that are endorsed even by individuals with low self-esteem to statements that are endorsed only by persons with high self-esteem.

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Rosenberg (1965) scored his 10-question scale that was presented with four response choices, ranging from “strongly agree” to “strongly disagree” as a six-item Guttman scale. The first item included questions 1 through 3 and were denoted a positive score if two or three of its questions were answered positively. Questions 4 and 5 and questions 9 and 10 were aggregated into two other items that were scored positively, if both questions in the item had positive answers. Questions 6 through 8, counted individually, formed the final three items. For the negatively worded RSE questions, responses that expressed disagreement and, hence, were consistent with high self-esteem, were considered positive. Rosenberg (1965) scored his 10-question scale that was presented with four response choices, ranging from •strongly agree• to strongly disagree,• as a six-item Guttman scale. The first item included questions 1 through 3 and received a positive score if two or three of its questions were answered positively. Questions 4 and 5 and questions 9 and 10 were aggregated into two other items that were scored positively, if both questions in the item had positive answers. Questions 6 through 8 counted individually formed the final three items. For the negatively worded RSE questions, responses that expressed disagreement and, hence, were consistent with high self-esteem, were considered positive or •endorsed.•
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