Job analysis : implications and explorations
Master of Science (MS)
First Advisor's Name
Scott L. Fraser
First Advisor's Committee Title
Second Advisor's Name
K. Galen Kroeck
Third Advisor's Name
Juan I. Sanchez
Date of Defense
An overview of job analysis methods and literature review are presented as a basis for the investigation of job analysis data. Item analysis is a sufficient means of reviewing job analysis data but the information provided by item analysis (reliability measures) is limited. An exploration of alternative methods for evaluating the validity of a job analysis instrument is offered. Standard methods for assessing the reliability of the job analysis questionnaire are applied in this study. Interrater agreement and individual item measurement are evaluated using Generalizability theory (Cronbach, Gleser, Nader, & Rajaratnam; 1982) through a generalizability analysis program (Crick & Brennan, 1983). A discussion of the various types of analysis employed concludes each section.
Chicvara, Cindy L., "Job analysis : implications and explorations" (1990). FIU Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 2167.
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