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Table 3 Final four factor solution

From: Exploring change over time in community mobilization domains: results from a maternity waiting home intervention in rural Zambia

Factor Construct Cronbach’s alpha Eigenvalue Communalities (initial, final) Factor loading Variable Original use
1 Self-efficacy 0.8 2.75     Romero et al. (2006);
Zimmerman & Zahniser(1991)
     (0.37, 0.53) 0.71 I find it very easy to talk in front of groups.  
     (0.39, 0.57) 0.72 I am often a leader in groups.  
     (0.38, 0.50) 0.63 I can usually organize people to get things done.  
2 Collective efficacy 0.7 2.03     Romero et al. (2006); Sood (1999)
     (0.28,0.41) 0.64 I believe that a community can talk about the issues that involve them freely among themselves.  
     (0.28,0.47) 0.69 I believe a community can hold group meetings to talk about issues that involve them.  
     (0.16, 0.20) 0.43 I believe a community can work with current community groups to deal with issues that involve them.  
     (0.21,0.28) 0.51 I believe that a community can have a say in changing the conditions of their lives.  
3 Power in relationships 0.71 1.66     Romero et al. (2006)
     (0.22,0.31) 0.56 Using a condom every time with my partner would make my partner angry.  
     (0.35,0.57) 0.75 Using a condom every time I have sex would make my partner think I don’t trust them.  
     (0.34,0.51) 0.75 Using a condom every time with my partner would make my partner not trust me.  
4 Governance 0.62 1.25     Romero et al. (2006); Israel et al. (1994)
     (0.26,0.40) 0.56 I can influence the decisions that this group makes.  
     (0.21,0.39) 0.62 This group has control over decisions that involve my life.  
     (0.17,0.29) 0.54 This group is successful in achieving its goals.  
  1. * The full survey included questions relevant to four community level CM domains (collective efficacy, governance, perceived control, social acceptance/cohesion) as well as two individual focused domains (power in relationships, self-efficacy) that the parent study compiled from CM interventions focused on sexual and reproductive health. See Table 5 in Appendix for a complete list of domains and questions investigated, with bivariate statistics used to compare individual survey data at baseline and endline between and among sites