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Identification with All Humanity Scale

Identification with All Humanity Scale (IWAHS)
S. McFarland - D. Brown
1. How close do you feel to each of the following groups?
1 = not at all close
2= not very close
3 = just a little or somewhat close
4 = pretty close
5 = very close
a. People in my community
b. Americans
c. People all over the world
2. How often do you use the word “we” to refer to the following groups of people?
1 = almost never
2 = rarely
3 = occasionally
4 = often
5 = very often
a. People in my community
b. Americans
c. People all over the world
3. How much would you say you have in common with the following groups?
1 = almost nothing in common
2 = little in common
3 = some in common
4 = quite a bit in common
5 = very much in common
a. People in my community
b. Americans
c. People all over the world
Please answer all remaining questions using the following choices:
1 = not at all
2 = just a little
3 = somewhat
4 = quite a bit
5 = very much
4. Sometimes people think of those who are not a part of their immediate family as “family.” To what degree do you think of the following groups of people as “family?”
a. People in my community
b. Americans
c. All humans everywhere
5. How much do you identify with (that is‚ feel a part of‚ feel love toward‚ have concern for) each of the following?
a. People in my community
b. Americans
c. All humans everywhere
6. How much would you say you care (feel upset‚ want to help) when bad things happens to
a. People in my community.
b. Americans.
c. People anywhere in the world.
7. How much do you want to be:
a. a responsible citizen of your community.
b. a responsible American citizen.
c. a responsible citizen of the world.
8. How much do you believe in:
a. being loyal to my community.
b. being loyal to America.
c. being loyal to all mankind.
9. When they are in need‚ how much do you want to help:
a. people in my community.
b. Americans.
c. people all over the world.
*Note: When administered in other countries‚ that country's name may be substituted for "Americans."
WHO BELIEVES THAT IDENTIFICATION
WITH ALL HUMANITY IS ETHICAL?
S. McFarland - D. Brown
Western Kentucky University

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