Acculturation Index

Acculturation Index (AI)
Ward and Kennedy's (1994 )‚ Ward & Rana-Deuba‚ (1999)
شاخص (فهرست) فرهنگ پذیری
Not at all similar 1-‎--‎--‎--‎--‎-2-‎--‎--‎--‎--‎-3-‎--‎--‎--‎--‎-4-‎--‎--‎--‎--‎-5-‎--‎--‎--‎--‎-6-‎--‎--‎--‎--‎-7 very similar
1. Clothing
2. Pace of life
3. General knowledge
4. Food
5. Religious beliefs
6. Material comfort (standard of living)
7. Recreational activities
8. Self-identity
9. Family life
10. Accommodation/residence
11. Values
12. Friendships
13. Communication styles
14. Cultural activities
15. Language
16. Perceptions of co-nationals
17. Perceptions of host nationals
18. Political ideology
19. World view
20. Social customs
21. Employment activities
شرح سایت روان سنجی:. شاخص فرهنگ پذیری، از ابزارهای پرکاربرد در بسیاری از مطالعات و دارای 21 زمینه است که معمولا به صورت مقایسه ای به کار برده می شود. دو بعد مستقل هویت ملی (نگرش به فرهنگ ملیتی و نگرش به فرهنگ میزبان) و هویت میزبان و چهار راهبرد جدایی، درهم آمیزی، جذب و رانده شدن دارد.
در زیر نسخه ای 17 ماده ای از این ابزار که "وانگ، 2009" با دیگر کردن شمار و شیوه به کار برده است، وجود دارد.
Assess two independent dimensions of acculturation (co-national identification and host national identification) and four modes of acculturation (separation‚ integration‚ assimilation‚ and marginalization)
اعتبار: مقادیر هماهنگی درونی گوناگون و بسیار خوبی از این ابزار گزارش شده است که همگی از 075 بالاتر اند.
چگونگی دستیابی
شاخص (فهرست) فرهنگ پذیری (وانگ، 2009)
Acculturation Index (AI)
Adoption  by Wei-Hsuan Wang 2009
1. Dressing style
      I maintain a dressing style of my own culture.
      My dressing style is somewhat Americanized. 
2. Food
      I maintain an eating style of my own culture. 
      My eating style is somewhat Americanized.
3. Living community (e.g.‚ Apartment complex)
      I live in a community where there are a lot of people of my own cultural background. .
      I live in a community where residents are mainly Americans. 
4. Roommate choice (If you have/had a roommate)
      I choose to live with someone from my own culture.
      I choose to live with someone who is an English speaker or someone I can practice English. 
5. Recreational activities
      I maintain recreational activities of my own culture.
      My recreational activities are somewhat Americanized.
6. Friendship network
      I maintain a good friendship network with people from my own culture.
      I have many American friends or friends from different cultural background.
7. Pace of life
      I maintain a pace of life which is similar to peers in my home country. 
      My pace of life is similar to my American peers. 
8. Reading
      I spend a lot of time reading in my own language (e.g.‚ online readings‚ emails‚ novels).
      I spend a lot of time reading in English (e.g.‚ academic papers‚ textbooks).
9. Writing
I spend a lot of time writing in my own language (e.g.‚ emails‚ journaling).
I spend a lot of time writing in English. .
10. Speaking
      I spend a lot of time speaking in my own language.
      I spend a lot of time speaking in English.
11. Listening
      I spend a lot of time listening to my own language.
      I spend a lot of time listening to English.
12. Overall language usage
      I spend a lot of time using my own language.
      I make efforts to increase my opportunities to use English. 
13. Communication style
      My communication style is similar to people from my own culture.
      My communication style is similar to American style (e.g.‚ more direct)
14. Religious beliefs (if you have any)
      My religious belief is similar to that of people from my own culture.
      My religious belief is similar to that of most Americans.
15. Church attendance (if you are attending a church)
      I choose to attend a church of my own culture (e.g.‚ Chinese church/Korean church).
      I choose to attend an American church.
16. Values
      I maintain values of my own culture.
      My values are somewhat Americanized.
17. Social activities
      I like to attend social activities held by my cultural group.
      I like to attend social activities held by American or international groups.
چگونگی دستیابی
نمره گذاری
1 = strongly disagree; 2 = disagree; 3 = Neutral; 4 = agree; 5 = strongly agree
منبع برای آگاهی بیشتر
Ward‚ C.‚ & Kennedy‚ A. (1994). Acculturation strategies‚ psychological adjustment‚ and sociocultural competence during cross-cultural transitions. International Journal of Intercultural Relations‚ 18(3)‚ 329-343.
Ward‚ C. (1999). Models and measurement of acculturation. In W. I. Lonner‚ D.L. Dinner‚ D.K. Forgays‚ and H. A. Hayes (Eds.)‚ Merging past‚ present‚ and future in cross-cultural psychology (pp. 221-230). Netherlands: Swets and Zeitlinger Publishers.
Ward‚ C.‚ & Rana-Deuba‚ R. (1999). Acculturation and adaptation revisited. Journal of Cross-cultural Psychology. 30‚ 422-442.
Wang‚ Wei-hsuan. (2009). Chinese international students' cross-cultural adjustment in the U.S.: the roles of acculturation strategies‚ self-construals‚ perceived cultural distance‚ and English self-confidence. University of Texas at Austin. PhD Dissertation.
   
خرداد 1396
اسفند 1395
آبان 1395
فروردین 1394
خرداد 1393
فروردین 1393
اسفند 1392
بهمن 1392
دی 1390
آذر 1390
تیر 1390
خرداد 1390
اردیبهشت 1390
بهمن 1389
دی 1389
اردیبهشت 1389
دی 1388
آبان 1388
شهریور 1388
مرداد 1388
تیر 1388
خرداد 1388
   
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