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Culture:

Culture is a pattern of shared attitudes, beliefs, self-definitions, norms, roles, and values that can occur among those who speak a particular language or live in a defined geographic region

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Enculturation

Process by which a person learns norms, values, and behaviors of another culture

Ex.) a high school student from the United States spends a summer abroad with a family in Switzerland

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Acculturation

Process of acquiring new attitudes., role, customs, or behaviors

Ex.) an immigrant from china develops a preference for western foods and music

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Assimilation

Process by which a person gives up her original identity by becoming absorbed into the dominant cultural group

Ex.) a Native American looses his native identify after living in Chicago for 10 years

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Biculturalism

Duel pattern of identification

Ex.) a women of Christian faith married to Muslim adopts some Muslim practices and also maintains some Christian practices

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Ethnicity and ethnic identity

Common ancestry that leads to shared values and beliefs
Influenced by culture and common ancestry
Ethnicity is a powerful determinant of ones identify, known as ethnic identity

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Race

Influenced by physical or biological characteristics

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Attributes of culture

Culutre is learned
Culture is changing and adapting

Individualism versus collectivism
Power distance
Masculinity versus femininity
Long-term versus short-term orientation
Religion

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Theoretical links to culture

Leningers theory
Interprofessional theory

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RESPECT model

What do you call the problem? What caused it? Why do you think it started when it DI?
How does it work?
How severe?
What kind of treatment?
What are the chief problems it caused?
What do you fear most about the sickness?

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Ethics

Is the study or examination of morality through a variety of different approaches

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Scope of ethics:

Societal ethics
Organizational ethics
Bioethics
Professional ethics
Personal ethics

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Societal ethics

Society provides a normative basis for ethical behavior with laws and regulations
Law is the minimum standard of behavior to which all members of society are held

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Bioethics

Ethical questions surrounding biological sciences and technology

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Clinical ethics

Decision made at the bedside

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Research ethics

Conduct of research using humans and animals

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Ethics of duty

Is the right thing to do

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Ethics of consequences

Is the greatest good for the greatest number

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Ethics of character

Is based on life experiences and a willingness to reflect on our actions

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Ethics of relationship

Is the nature and obligation inherent in human relationships