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Table 2 Nine-item questionnaire to assess perceived community cohesion

From: How is perceived community cohesion and membership in community groups associated with children’s dietary adequacy in disadvantaged communities? A case of the Indian Sundarbans

Number Statement to assess perceived community cohesion
1 As members of this community we are all committed to the same collective goals
2 whenever our community undertakes an objective, all work hard until it is accomplished
3 I am confident that we as community members can develop and carry out solutions to problems as they arise
4 People with differing views are able to equally contribute their views on community plans and activities
5 People from different economic status in this community are able to equally contribute their views on community plans and activities
6 Women in this community are able to equally contribute their views on community plans and activities
7 When conflicts or disagreements arise between community members, other community members get involved for resolving the issue
8 Community leaders listen to input from everyone within the community when making a decision
9 Community leaders represent the interests of weaker people and women in this community