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Attitudes on Cultural Diversity
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Directions: Click on the response that best expresses your opinion.

 

1. When we work in groups in class, it helps build

relationships between different types of people.

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2. Interracial relationships are fine with me.

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3. I think my family would like me to continue

my education beyond high school.

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4. I strive to get as much out of school as I possibly can.

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5. Schools that have diverse ethinic populations make

for good learning environments.


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6. Having friends from ethnic groups other

than my own is a good thing.

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7. Studying about people with different beliefs helps

people to accept those cultures.

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8. I think it's all right for people to have friends with

different religious affiliations than my own.

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9. It would be interesting to live in a neighborhood

with families of different ethnic backgrounds .

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10. Competing in the classroom with students from

different backgrounds creates tension.

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11. The increase of non-Upstate natives moving

into the area is not a bad thing.

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12. Having a good paying job is important so that

people in my community will respect me.

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13. I have a hard time relating to people with

religious beliefs that are different from mine.

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14. It's valuable for students to study about different

cultures in order to accept cultural diversity.

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15. Acceptance of cultural differences

is necessary to be successful in the workplace.

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16. I want to work for a company

that employs people from different backgrounds.

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17. I don't think my parents would approve of my

hanging out with people who don't attend church.

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18. English should be the primary language

spoken in American schools.

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19. Qualities that make a good friend have

nothing to do with ethnicity.

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20. Continuing my education beyond high school

is necessary to gain social status in my community.

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21. I respect an individual's choice to be a

member of any religion he chooses.

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22. Working on group projects with people from different

cultures makes me uncomfortable.

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23. Living in a community with a diverse population

makes me more sensitive to cultural issues.

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Respond to the following based on what you believe to be

the general attitude of your particular ethnic and cultural group.

 

24. Spending time studying outside of class

is necessary in order to succeed in school.

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25. Having a job that is enjoyable is more meaningful

than one that offers status.

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26. It's important for people to view me as a positive role models.

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27. Getting a college education is important.

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28. Pursuing a post-high school is necessary to get a good job.

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29. It is typical to pursue a career upon graduating.

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30. Doing well in academic classes is expected.

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Please, tell us a little bit about yourself!

I am years old.

I am:
Male Female

I was born in
the Southeastern U.S.
in the U.S. other than the Southeast
outside the U.S.

My ethnicity is .

I have lived in Walhalla for years.

 

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