1. IDENTIFICATION I
    1. ME:
    2. MY CLOSEST FAMILY
    3. MY EXTENDED FAMILY
    4. THE TYPICAL MEXICAN AMERICAN
    5. THE TYPICAL ANGLO-AMERICAN
  2. IDENTIFICATION II (Social distance)
    1. What is your general impression of the Mexican-Americans you know as individuals?
    2. What is your general impression of the Anglo-Americans you know as individuals?
  3. LANGUAGE USE
    1. What is your main language of communication?
    2. When do you prefer speaking a language other than your usual language variety?
    3. Do you at times combine elements from two languages in your discourse?
      1. If yes, when?
      2. If yes, with whom?
  4. SELF-ESTEEM AND STABILITY
    1. ME (You have given this information already but you may make additional remarks):
    2. ME AS I WOULD LIKE TO BE:
    3. HOW OTHERS FEEL ABOUT WHAT I HAVE TO SAY:
    4. DESCRIBE:
      1. Feelings of (dis)satisfaction with society:
      2. Value of planning ahead:
      3. (Dis)belief in equality of opportunity
  5. PERCEPTION OF PERSONS IN CLOSE CONTACT
    1. Degree to which they satisfy needs for
      1. inclusion:
      2. control:
      3. affection:
  6. PEER RELATIONSHIPS
    1. Specify type of behavior wanted from others:
    2. Specify type of behavior expressed toward them:
    3. Describe interaction with peer-group:
    4. What is you preference for marrying/having married a member of a given ethnic group:
  7. ATTITUDES
    1. What is your view with regard to the origin of your parents?:
    2. What is the major goal of the Anglo-American/Mexican-American society?:
    3. What are your attitudes toward the United States and Mexico?:
    4. What are your attitudes toward mainstream/minority/foreigners?
  8. VALUES
    1. What qualities do feel your parents want to pass on to you?:
    2. What qualities would you want to pass on to your children?:
    3. What value do you place on achievement?:
    4. What are your occupational aspirations?:
  9. FINAL COMMENTS (Optional):
  10. Interview code:___________