Purchasing Nonprescription Contraceptives: The Underlying Structure of a Multi-Item Scale
The authors develop a multi-item scale measuring attitudes associated with purchasing nonprescription contraceptives. Although contraceptives represent a common as well as consequential purchase for many people, published research has not addressed measures of attitudes associated with this purchase decision. A scale development method is presented measuring both male and female consumer attitudes toward purchasing contraceptives. Ultimately, a multi-item scale demonstrating a high degree of invariance across 2 samples (men and women) is developed.
Manolis, Chris, Robert D. Winsor, and Sheb L. True. "Purchasing Nonprescription Contraceptives: The Underlying Structure of a multi-item Scale." Structural Equation Modeling: A Multidisciplinary Journal 6.3 (1999): 262-79. Print.