(My answers are in pretty red ink, I'm a 65-yr-old English Christian male)
1. What are the 5 most important values of your culture (of origin)?
Sensible, level-headed, intelligent, compassionate,christian
a. How do people express these values? What would you see someone in your culture do that would let you know that these are their values?
They'd have all the above 5 values
b. How are people taught these values?
It's in their DNA from birth, God is an Englishman
c. How were you taught your values?
I wouldn't argue with my DNA or God
2. How are your culture’s values different from “American” cultural values?
Pretty much the same except the yanks talk funny
a. Has this caused any problems for you or people you know? (ask for examples)
b. How do you/did you deal with this?
Nah, the Brits like yanks, they usually make great TV scifi films
3. Are these cultural values that are the same or similar to American cultural values or values that help you “fit” or succeed in American culture?
The English settled America so the yanks have our DNA and are no different from us apart from the funny way they talk
4. What do you think are the most positive things about being a member of your culture/ethnic group?
We English are glad we're English..
a. Are there any negative things?
The English weather is a bit damp
5. How much do you feel a part of your culture of origin? Do you participate in your cultural community? How?
6. How much a part of American culture or society do you feel?
7. Have you or your family or friends experienced discrimination or negative experiences based on treatment due to your cultural/ethnic group? (Examples).
Nah, England is our country and we run the show
8. What do you think are the most important needs of your cultural/ethnic community?
9. Were there or are there difficulties in participating in mainstream American culture/society?
Nah, I go on many American internet discussion boards to set them straight