Analysis on Influencing Factors of Community Safety Culture Based on the Structural Equation Model

Zhixin LI, Jingzhen XU, Lihua ZHANG


The purpose of this study is to research community safety culture building train of thought through the analysis of the influence factors of community safety culture, This study employs a Likert scale method for the design of questionnaire, investigate community through questionnaire, obtain the relevant data, and by use of the structural equation model (SEM) of statistics, puts forward that the factors including economy, society, education, since and technology, and management form important influence factors on community safety culture. Thus we should take comprehensive measures from the above aspects in the community safety culture construction.


Structural equation model; Community; Safety culture


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Yi, D. (2008). Structural equation modeling method and application. Beijing: Renmin University of China Press.



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