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Acculturation‚ Habits‚ and Interests Multicultural Scale

Acculturation‚ Habits‚ and Interests Multicultural Scale for Adolescents Scale  AHIMSA
Many people in the United States have ancestors who came from another country. Families come to the United States at different times. Maybe you and your parents moved to the United States. Maybe your parents came to the United States when they were kids. Maybe your grandparents’ grandparents were the ones who came to the United States.
Write the name(s) of the country (or countries) that your family came from:
When you think about this country….

1. I am most comfortable being  with people from
The United
States
The country my
family is from
Both
Other/Neither
2. My best friends are from
The United
States
The country my
family is from
Both
Other/Neither
3. The people I fit in with best are from
The United
States
The country my
family is from
Both
Other/Neither
4. My favorite music is from
The United
States
The country my
family is from
Both
Other/Neither
5. My favorite TV shows are from
The United
States
The country my
family is from
Both
Other/Neither
6. The holidays I celebrate are from
The United
States
The country my
family is from
Both
Other/Neither
7. The food I eat at home is from
The United
States
The country my
family is from
Both
Other/Neither
8. The way I do things and the way I think about things are from
The United
States
The country my
family is from
Both
Other/Neither

Source: Unger‚ J.B.‚ Gallaher‚ P.‚ Shakib‚ S.‚ Ritt-Olson‚ A.‚ Palmer‚ P.H.‚ & Johnson‚ C.A.
(2002). The AHIMSA acculturation scale: A new measure of acculturation for adolescents in a multicultural society. J Early Adolescence‚ 22(3). Table 1‚ p. 239‚ copyright 2002. Reprinted by permission of Sage Publications Inc.

 

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