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    • A brief note on second-order community satisfaction factors for two sub-communities in Istanbul, Turkey 

      Bardo, John W.; Dökmeci, Vedia (Wichita State University, Department of Psychology, 1990)
      First-order Community Satisfaction factors obtained for a sample of residents of Istanbul, Turkey, were subjected to second-order factor analysis; a solution with two oblique factors ("General Satisfaction" and ...
    • A factor analysis of community satisfaction variables in a midwestern city 

      Bardo, John W.; Hughey, Joseph (Joseph Bernard) (Wichita State University, Department of Psychology, 1978)
      Community satisfaction in a midwestern city was examined through factor analysis; an oblique solution with nine factors resulted. Unlike previous research employing the same instruments and analytic techniques, distinctions ...
    • A second order factor analysis of community satisfaction in a British New Town 

      Bardo, John W.; Newton, R. D. (Wichita State University, Department of Psychology, 1976)
      First-order community satisfaction factors derived in an analysis of data from a British New Town were subjected to secondary factor analysis; an oblique solution with five factors resulted. The data suggest several broad ...
    • Dimensions of adjustment for American settlers in Melbourne, Australia 

      Bardo, John W.; Bardo, Deborah J. (Wichita State University, Department of Psychology, 1980)
      A general sample of adult American settlers in Melbourne, Australia, (N = 116) was administered a questionnaire containing life satisfaction items and a personal data section. One section of this questionnaire contained a ...
    • Dimensions of community satisfaction in a British New Town 

      Bardo, John W. (Wichita State University, Department. of Psychology, 1976)
      Community satisfaction in a British New Town was examined through factor analysis; an oblique solution with nine factors resulted. Seven factors were social-interactional and two were physical. The data suggest that ...