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Ethics: Corporate Ethics Scale: CEP (Hunt, Wood, and Chonko 1989) - Statswork

Ethics: Corporate Ethics Scale: CEP (Hunt, Wood, and Chonko 1989)

The CEP is a five-item scale that is summed and then divided by five to form an overall index of corporate ethics. All items are scored on 7-point strongly disagree strongly agree scales. Thus, scores on the scale can range from I to 7. The scale is considered one-dimensional.

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Hunt,Wood , and Chonko

Reliability and Validity

Coefficient alpha for the scale was .78, and factor analysis revealed a unidimensional structure. Furthermore, the CEP was found to be a significant predictor of organizational commitment (i.e., numerous regression coefficients are offered on p. 86), providing evidence of criterion validity for the scale. For example, beta coefficients for the scale ranged from .17 to .58 across four subsamples of the data.

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