The fan activities in class scale (FAIC) has 8 items, and 2 dimensions, forced activities (such as assignment or class project) and self-selected activities. People who earned high score were those who did a lot of fan activities for class. The example of items in this scale are “I submit fan fictions as assignments to my teachers (in forced activities dimension)” and “I draw fan art as doodle in my own book during lecture (in self-selected activities dimension).”
This fan activities in class scale consists of 2 dimensions, which are (1) forced activities or assignment, and (2) self-selected activities.
This measurement was tested before the first use. Cronbach’s Alpha is .740. KMO is .735. Determinant Value is .171. Extraction is .366-.648. And Correlation between item is ranged from .025 to .467.
I tested this by using 4-point Likert scale.
1 = never
2 = rarely
3 = often
4 = always
Dimension A = forced activities (assignment)
Dimension B = self-selected activities
A1 I submit fan fictions as assignments to my teachers.
A2 I submit fan art as assignments to my teachers.
A3 I make fan videos as class projects.
A4 I do other fan activities for class.
B1 I draw fan art as doodle in my own book during lecture.
B2 I present my fan identity in classroom.
B3 I interact with other fans with the same object of interest in classroom.
B4 I communicate with my teachers about something/someone I am a fan of.
Please feel free to use this scale or measurement in your research studies, but you just need to cite it correctly.
Arunrangsiwed, P., Komolsevin, R., & Beck, C. S. (2017). Fan Activities as Tools to Improve Learning Motivation. Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University Journal of Management Science, 4(2), 16-32.
Arunrangsiwed, P. (2018). Fan Activities as Tools to Improve Learning Motivation (Doctoral dissertation, Bangkok University).