The primary aim of this study is to investigate the moderating effect of culture on the relationships between filial piety and palliative care knowledge. The secondary aim is to investigate whether filial piety is a universal construct across Singaporean and Australian cultures. A total of 508 participants living in Singapore and Australia were surveyed between May and October 2020. The final sample comprised of 406 participants, with 224 Singaporeans and 182 Australians. There were 289 females (71.1%), 115 males (28.3%), and two unspecified gender (0.6%) in the sample, with an average age of 27.27 years (SD = 9.79, range = 18-73).
Software/equipment used to create/collect the data: SPSS
Software/equipment used to manipulate/analyse the data: SPSS
NotesThis dataset consists of results saved in both SPSS (.sav) and CSV formats (available via negotiated access only) and a codebook in MS Excel (.xlsx) format.
Data time period: 05 2020 to 31 10 2020
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- Local : https://research.jcu.edu.au/data/published/1e641025eba28da4a50af7f24aab89f6
- DOI : 10.25903/5fdw-ne77