Gender Attitude and Belief Inventory

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About Gender Attitude and Belief Inventory

McCabe (2013) developed the Gender Attitude and Belief Inventory to measure the attitude of individuals toward gender discrimination or gender inequality. It consists of 45 statements with a 4-point Likert scale and response categories for all 45 items range from Strongly disagree (1) to Strongly agree (4). The maximum score that could be attained was 180; while the minimum possible score was 45.
Furthermore, the GABI indicates 11 theoretical perspectives (McCabe, 2013) which are often used on gender, including both conservative theories (physiological, sociobiological, and structural-functionalist) and feminist perspectives (liberal, socialist, Marxist, radical, separatist, cultural, multicultural/ black, and postmodern feminism) which might influence attitudes.
However, this study focuses only upon the consolidated GABI score attained from summing all the 45 items. The alpha reliability coefficient for the total GABI has been reported adequate (.83; McCabe, 2013); while in the present study, a reliability coefficient of .78 was achieved for the total scale.

Gender Attitude and Belief Inventory
Gender Attitude and Belief Inventory


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