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Table 1 Factor structure of the Citizenship Measure (N = 174)

From: Citizenship and recovery: two intertwined concepts for civic-recovery

  Factors
Dimensions and items of the citizenship scale 1 2 3 4 5
Basic needs (n = 5 items; α = .60)      
   - Your basic needs are met .55     
   - You do things to take care of your home .42     
   - You are safe in your community .39     
   - There are laws that will protect you .39     
   - You have or would have access to employment .31     
Involvement in community (n = 4 items; α = .65)      
   - You are include in your community   .60    
   - You have responsibilities to others in the community   .58    
   - You can influence your community or local government   .54    
   - You have knowledge about your community   .49    
Self-determination (n = 6 items; α = .67)      
   - You or your family have choices in education    .58   
   - You stand up for what you believe in    .56   -.31
   - You have the right to be in a relationship with a partner of your choice    .43   
   - You have privacy    .40   
   - You have the right to be disagree with others    .32   
   - You can make choices about how you spend your money    .30   
Basic needs (n = 5 items; α = .60)      
   - You have access to adequate healthcare     -.67  
   - You have or could have access to adequate and affordable housing     -.54  
   - You would have access to public assistance, if needed -.32   .30 -.49  
   - You have choices in your mental healthcare     -.32  
Respect by others (n = 4 items; α = .74)      
   - You are treated with dignity and respect      -.69
   - You feel accepted by you      -.63
   - You listen to you      -.52
   - You personal decisions and choices are respected      -.43
Eigenvalues 4.9 1.9 1.7 1.5 1.4
Variance after rotation 18.6 5.6 4.8 3.6 3.3