What Does Camp Do for Kids? Appendix K

 

 Below are the rank order for the variables used in the regression analysis. An explanation of the variable names and rank ordering follows the listing for instruments.

 
 
 

Age       SPSS Key  
1 6-10       1 Experimental
  7-10     Design 2 Quasi-experimental
          3 Pre-experimental
2 8-11        
  8-12       1 Esteem
  8-13     Construct 2 Concept
  9-12       3 Sport Self-esteem
    camp 1 General   4 Sport Self-Knowledge
3 10-13   2 Special Focus   5 Confidence
  10-14       6 Self-Worth
  10-15       7 Global-Esteem
  12-15       8 Global Self-Worth
          9Efficay
4 13-17   CampGoal    
  13-18     2 Structured environment, focused on competence development
  15-18     3 Personal development/leisure skills
  16-18     4 Major/actual focus on development of aspects of self
           
5 7-15        
  9-16         
  10-16            Source    1  Juried Journal.                
                          2  Dissertation 
6 8-18                            3 Thesis  
  8-20                            4  Journal   
  12-18                            5  ERIC  
  12-20                            6  unpublished                        
           
timing          
1

Before / After

       Gender     1  Female
2 Before/Last                          2  Co-ed  
3 1st Day, 6week follow-up                        3  Male  
4 1st day / last day      
1st day / last week      
6 1st week / last week        Resident  1  
7 1st week/2nd week             Day 2  

Instrument
(Measure)  1  Self-Cathexis Test, (Secord & Jourard, 1953)

                    2   Piers-Harris Children's Self-Concept, (1964)

                    3   Tennessee Self Concept, 1964/5

                    4   Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale, 1965

                    5   Self-Esteem Inventory, (Coopersmith, 1967)

                    6   Researcher developed, combines (Cobb, 1966 & Rosenberg, 1965)

                    7   Piers-Harris Children's Self-Concept Scale (1969)

                    8   Draw a Person Task (author, 1973)

                    9   Martinez-Zaichkowsky (1977), Self-Concept Scale for Children

                   10  Perceived Competence for Children (Harter, 1979)

                   11  Self-Esteem of Musical Ability, (Schmidt, 1979)

                   12  Researcher questionnaire (author, 1979)

                   13  Children's Self Actualization Scale (Kajita, 1980)

                   14  Pier's-Harris Children's Self-Concept Scale (1984)

                   15  Student's Self-Assessment Inventory (1984)

                   16  Self-Perception profile for children (Harter, 1985)

                   17  Personal Achievement Skills system, (Nelson & Pierce, 1987)

                   18  Pier's-Harris Children's Self Concept Scale (1984 translated to Spanish, Roca & Rodriguez, 1988)

 

Measure - the instrument used in research.  In chronological order.

Design - Arranged from most to least number of the components of an experiment.

Timing - When the measure was taken.  Arranged from outside, before and after, the camp experience to during the camp
              experience

Age - Grouped from younger to older based on small to larger age ranges.

Construct - Construct measured, arranged from most frequent and similar to less frequent and dissimilar.

Source - Type of publication arranged from more reviewed to less reviewed.

Campgoal - The philosophy of the camp, as stated in the primary research, grouped into one of the three categories.

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