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Table 3.4 (continued)



Item number Factor loadings

Intergenerational Triangulation

Item64 .47

Intergenerational Intimidation

Item15+16 .78

Item13+14 .73

Item11+12 .66

Item 9+10 .60

Eigenvalues 23.33

Factor 1 (Peer Intimacy)

Factor 2 (Itgl Intimacy)

Factor 3 (Personal Authority)

Factor 4 (Itgl Triangulation)

Factor 5 (Itgl Intimidation)

% of variance

20.05

15

8.18

6.96

4.22

54.41



Exploratory Factor Analysis of the PAFS-QVC with Separated Items



Second run of EFA was conducted with separated items format of PAFSQ-VC. Before

conducting exploratory factor analysis (EFA), assumptions of EFA were recontrolled with

separated items. In terms of absence of outliers, items were standardized and values

greater than 3.29 were evaluated as outliers (Tabachnick & Fidell, 2013), and twenty-

seven participant’s data were excluded from the analysis. For the univariate normality

assumption Skewness and Kurtosis values Kolmogorov-Smirnov and Shapiro-Wilk tests,

histograms and Q-Q plots were controlled. Kolmogorov-Smirnov and Shapiro-Wilk tests

were found to be significant, the fact remains that these values are very sensitive to sample

size. Skewness and kurtosis values were controlled within the boundaries of -3 and 3. In

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