is a self-report survey that consists of 60 items on a 4-point Likert-type scale.
Reliability documented in the literature for the MAKSS
ranges from .
was designed to measure cultural awareness, knowledge, and skill (D'Andrea, Daniels, & Heck, 1991).
is survey that consists of sixty items on a 4-point Likert-type scale.
1992) 15-week course Racial identify Multicultural attitudes; Awareness Knowledge multicultural and Skills Survey awareness, (MAKSS
; D'Andrea et knowledge, skills al, 1991); WRIAS; GI 16-week course Multicultural MAKSS
awareness, knowledge, skills 15-week course Racial White Racial consciousness; Consciousness interracial comfort Development Scale (Claney & Parker, 1989); Interracial Comfort Index (Claney & Parker, 1989) 15-week course Empathy; Triad Training Model multicultural (Pedersen, 2000); awareness, MCI; Interpersonal knowledge, skills; Reactivity Index tolerance of (Davis, 1980); ambiguity Intolerance of Ambiguity Scale (Budner,1962) 15-week course Impact of training Multicultural and meaningful Competency Checklist components (Ponterotto et al.
This report found the MAKSS
to have a rather unclear interpretative approach, the MCI to have a fairly straightforward interpretative approach, and the MCAS: B to have a complicated interpretive approach.
was mailed to participants prior to the training.
We collected data to examine the effect of multicultural training on master's-level counseling students (see Talbot, Paul, & Kocarek, 2000) as well as to gather additional psychometric information for the MCAS, the MAKSS
, and the GSEDS.
One example is that although the MAKSS
and the MCI are both rooted in the D.
was originally developed to evaluate graduate-level counselor education programs.
An extension of this work is to determine how other cultural interactions affect supervisory relationships, multicultural competence (as assessed by the MAKSS
, CCCI-R, MCAS-B, or MCI), and supervision outcomes.
contains sixty 4-point Likert-type scale items, equally divided among three subscales (Awareness, Knowledge, and Skills).