Religiosity among Muslims Scale
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About Religiosity among Muslims Scale
To test for the construct validity of this 10-item scale, we examined its correlations with the Muslim Attitudes towards Religiosity Scale (MARS; Wilde & Joseph, 1997) and with antagonistic work behaviour scale (Lehman & Simpson, 1992). The former tested the convergent validity of the final scale against a religiosity scale that was regularly used in the West but developed without a proper Islamic framework.
To have a convergent validity, our scale must be strongly and positively correlated with MARS. In contrast, we would expect very weak or zero correlation between our scale and antagonistic work behaviour scale because these two measures tap on different constructs, i.e., religiosity versus counter-productive work behaviour, respectively.
As expected, results showed a positive and highly significant correlation between our religiosity scale and MARS (r = 0.66, p =0.0001). On the other hand, the association between our religiosity scale and antagonistic work behaviour was weak (r = -0.13, p= 0.018). These results indicated that our shortened religiosity scale had a construct validity