Individuals’ shared perception of the importance of the implementation within the organization.
IC: Relative Priority

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Awareness Concern Instrument

Steckler, Goodman, McLeroy, Davis, and Koch (1991)

The Awareness-Concern Instrument is a 13-item attitude measure of awareness and concern among teachers and administrators about tobacco use among students.

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