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Acculturation
pg 108
The process of adapting to and adopting a new culture.
Results in varying degrees of affliliation with the dominant culture.
Assiimiliation
pg 108
Gradually adopts and incorportates the characteristics of the dominant culture
Biculturalism (mulitculturalism)
pg 108
Ind identifies equally with 2 or more cultures.
Cultural backlash
pg 108
Rejects a new culture becuase experience with a new of different culutre is very negative.
Bilineal
pg 116
Kinship extends to both the father's and mother's side of the family.
Patrilineal
pg 116
Side of father
Matrilineal
pg 116
Side of mother
Patrilineal
Chinese and Hindus
Moves into husbands clan minimizes ties with parents and siblings
Confianza
pg 118
Caregivers
Mexican - American
Personalismo
pg 118
Personalistic
Mexican - American
Simpaita
pg 118
Warm friendly
Mexican - American
Respeto
pg 118
Respectful
Mexican - American
Cultural care accommodation or negotiation
pg 119
Nursing Decision
Adapt or negotiate with others from beneficial or satisfying health outcome
Cultural care preservation or maintenance
pg 119
Retain and/or preserve relevant care values so that clients maintain their well being, recover from illness, or face hanicaps and/or death
Cultural care repatternng or restructing
pg 119
Nursing Decision
Reorder, change or greatly modify clients lifestyles for a new different and beneficial health pattern.
Cultural imposition
pg 109
Impose their own values and lifestyles asthe absolute guide in dealing w/clients and interpreting their behaviors.
Cultural imposition
pg 109
Due to cultural ignorance or cultural blindness.
Culturally competant care
pg 108
The ability of a nurse to bridge cultural gaps in caring, work with cultural differences and enable clients and families to achieve meaninggul and supportive care.
Culturally competant care
pg 108
Synthesis of all three levels.
Culturally congruent care
pg 108
The goal of transcultural nursing
Care that fits the person's valued life patterns and set of meaning.s
Transcultural nursing
pg 108
Comparative study of cultures to understand similariites (cultural universal) and difference (culture specific) across human groups.
Cultural pain
pg 112
When care providers disregard their valued ways of life.
Culture pg 107
The thoughts, communications, actions, customs, beliefs, values and institutions of racial, ethnic, religious or social groups
Culture bound syndrome
pg 110
Illnesses that are specific to one culture They are used to explain personal and social reactions of the cultures members
Emic worldview
pg 108
Insider or native perspective
Etic worldveiw
pg 108
Outsider's perspective
Enculturation
pg 108
Socialization into one's primary culture as a child
Ethnicity
pg 107
Referes to a shared identity related to social and cultural heritage such as values, language, geographical space and racial charat.
Ethnocentrism
pg 109
Cause of biases and prejudices that associate negative permanent characteristics with people who are a different from the valued groups
Ethnocentrism
pg 109
Groups transmit their values, morals, and norms from one generation to another, which predisposes members to this.
Ethnohistory
pg 113
Significant historical experiences of a particular group.
Ex - people of the Great Depression
Fictive
pg 116
?
Halal
pg 117
Meat, fish, fresh fruit, vegetables, eggs, milk, and cheese
Muslims ok
Halal
pg 117
Meat comes from animals slaughtered during a prayer ritual.
Haram
pg 117
Prohibited
Foods include non Hala meat, animals with fangs, pork products, gelatin products adn alchohol
Ramadan
pg 117
Muslims fast during the daylight hours for the 28 days.
Ninth day lunar month
Kosher
pg 117
Jewish clients
Avoid meat from carnivores, pork products and fish w/o scales or fins.
Kosher
pg 117
Meat from permissilbe animals that are slaughtered with the least amount of suffering.
Kosher
pg 117
Can not contaminated with nonkosher food.
Hilots
pg 112
?
Hmong
pg 109
Group who originated from the mountainou regions of Laos.
Hmong
pg 109
Believe that epilepsy or seizures disorder by the wandering of the soul
Hwa Byung
pg 110
Korean culture bound syndrome observed among middle age, low income women who are overwhelmed and frustrated by the burden of caregivers for other.
Igbos
pg 112
?
Invisible culture
pg 107
Less observable components of culture
Visible culture
pg 107
Easily seen culture
Invisible culture
Value belief system of a particular culture is often the major driving force behind visible process
Naturalistic practitioners
pg 110
Attribute illness to natural, impersonal, and biological forces that cause alteration in the equilibirum of the human body.
Naturalistic practitioners
pg 110
Emphasizes use of naturalistic modalities including herbs, chemicals, heat, cold, massage and surgery
Personalistic practitioners
pg 110
Believe that an external agents, which can be human (sorcerer) or non human (ghose)
Rabbi
pg 117
?
Sabbath
pg 116
Jewish
refrain from using electrical appl etc.
Rites of passage
pg 110
Sign social markers of changes in a person's life.
Shaman
pg 110
?
Sikh/Sikhism
pg 107
pg 107