This chapter’s primary purpose is to test the hypotheses developed in Chapter 4. In order to do so, I first describe the sample and check for nonresponse and common method bias, deal with missing values, graphically examine the data, assess normality, detect outliers, and transform several variables. Endogenous and exogenous measurement models are then established and used in structural equation modeling (overview of analytical procedures in Table 5.10).
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