ARSMA

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ARSMAAcculturation Rating Scale for Mexican Americans
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The high Anglo Orientation and Mexican Orientation scores on the ARSMA indicate the student participants were often heavily acculturated in either the Mexican or Anglo system.
Despite the advantage of these scales, it should be noted, however, that they were both modeled after the ARSMA and, further, that the reliability and validity of the SL-ASIA is based on samples composed of college students.
HHANES measured acculturation using an abbreviated version of the Acculturation Rating Scale for Mexican Americans (ARSMA) (Cuellar, Harris, & Jasso, 1980), which included eight items that assessed language preference and ethnic identification.
Hansen [1] of ARSMA in Redmond, Washington State, US, notes that "Another piece of the automated drill to mill process information system has recently come to the market place: electric rope shovel monitoring." This monitoring has two broad functions, measuring dipper payloads to [+ or -]2%, and plotting diggability maps as the GPS location and diggability of every dipper is monitored.
The Texas Public Library Summary for 1999 contains summaries of the information submitted by Texas public libraries in the 1999 Annual Report/System Membership Application Form (ARSMA) and reported in detail in the Texas Public Library Statistics for 1999.
Acculturation Rating Scale for Mexican Americans--II: A revision of the original ARSMA scale.
The Acculturation Rating Scale for Mexican Americans-II (ARSMA-II): A revision of the original ARSMA scale.
Tests of validity included a correlation of the ARSMA-II with the original ARSMA (r = .89) and estimates of internal consistency.
The ARSMA-II represents a revision of the original ARSMA (Cuellar, Harris, & Jasso, 1980), which is a unidimensional measure of acculturation.
Acculturation Rating Scale for Mexican Americans-It: A revision of the original ARSMA Scale.
The Acculturation Rating Scale for Mexican Americans (ARSMA; Cuellar, Harris & Jasso, 1980) is a self-report questionnaire designed to assess level of acculturation in both nonclinical and clinical populations.