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A view of the world and a set of traditions a specific social group uses and transmits to the next generation

Culture

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means there is a mixture or variety of sociodemographic groups, experiences, and beliefs in the population

Diversity

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is care guided by cultural aspects and respects individual differences

Transcultural nursing

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are norms and patterns of behavior unique to one particular culture.

Culture-specific values

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refers to the cultural group into which the person was born, although the term is sometimes used in a narrower context to mean only race

Ethnicity

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a social construct refers to a category of people who share a socially recognized physical characteristic, often skin color or facial features.

Race

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making everyone fit the same cultural pattern and excluding those who don't fit- forced assimilation

Cultural destructiveness

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Do not see or believe there are cultural differences among people

Cultural blindness

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Being aware that we all live and function within a culture of our own and that our identity is shaped by it

Cultural Awareness

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Understanding and accepting different cultural values, attitudes, and behaviors

Cultural sensitivity

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The capacity to work effectively and with people, integrating elements of their culture-vocabulary, values attitudes, rules, and norms. Translation of knowledge into action

Cultural competence

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The lifelong process of self-reflection and self-critique begins, not with an assessment of a client's belief but rather an assessment of your own.

Cultural Humility

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A widely held but fixed and oversimplified image or idea of a particular type of person or thing.

Stereotype

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Preconceived opinion that is not based on reason or actual experience

Prejudice

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The unjust or prejudicial treatment of different categories of people or things, especially on the grounds of race, age, or sex.

Discrimination

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Biological, based on reproductive organs; may be male, female, or intersex

Sex

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Biological, function or role which a male or female assumes because of the basic physiological or anatomical differences between the sexes

Sex Role

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refers to the social attributes and opportunities associated with being male and female

Gener- MASCULINITY or FEMININITY

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refers to a person's deeply-felt internal and individual experience of gender, which may or may not correspond with the assigned at birth

Gender Identity

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What is the perception of self?

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Asexual

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A person who finds sexual fulfillment with a member of the opposite sex

Heterosexual

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Someone who finds sexual fulfillment with a member of his or her own sex

Homosexual

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Male identified individuals who are sexually attracted to male partners

Gay

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female-identified individuals who are sexually attracted to female partners

Lesbian

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Someone who does not experience or feel sexual attraction

Asexual

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A person who is born with reproductive or sexual anatomy that doesn't fit the typical female or male definitions

Intersex

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An umbrella term for those who wish to not categorize sex, sexuality, or gender

Queer

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Act of wearing items of clothing associated with the opposite sex within a particular society

Cross-dressing (transvestism)

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MSM

Men who have sex with men

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WSW

Women who have sex with women