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Nontraditional are more common

Single parent households --- 23% headed by mother – 5 % headed by father

Multigenerational – 3 or more generations living under one roof

Blended families and Adoptive families


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Parenting Styles

Authoritarian – expect children to follow rules without question

Authoritative – Discusses rules when child doesn’t agree with them.

Permissive – may have rules but doesn’t consistently enforce rules. Sometimes let’s child decide if they will follow rules.

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Families and Religion

Priest, preacher, rabbi, shaman

Prayer

Cross, talisman

Food restrictions

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Western

Reliance on doctors and pills

Faith in machines and equipment, lots of equipment

Preoccupation with time

Self-sufficiency

Individuality

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Asian

Children highly valued

Elder members venerated

Impolite to say “no”

Prolonged eye contact not polite

May smile when don’t understand

Touching limited

Chi

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Chinese medicine

Illness is caused by an imbalance of yin/yang

10,000 types of herbs and animal parts comprise Chinese medicine
- Artemisia annua (wormwood)
treats
- Fever, malaria

Tai chi

Acupuncture

Moxibustion by cupping

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Southeast Asians

Head is sacred and should not be touched.

Direct gaze between people of different status is avoided.

Will agree whether or not they understand

Suffering and illness are an unavoidable part of life and stoicism is very important.

Coining

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Hispanic

Family takes precedence over everything else

Children highly valued, cherished

Flexible view of time

Stoical

Expect professional to be friendly, a smile, a handshake

Value touching, embracing with respect

Address the male of the family

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Mexican-American Traditional Medicine

Curandero/curandera

Herbs/Teas

Religious artifacts

Fate or the will of God

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Muslim

Men are breadwinners and protectors

Women are responsible for the children

Women will want a female health care provider

Physician is rarely questioned

Courtesy is important

Dietary laws – no pork

Family will usually stay with ill family member

Food brought from home

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Amish

Prefer to give birth at home and die at home

Disability is feared more than death

Modesty highly valued. Reluctant to discuss personal issues.

Children are taught to be stoic

Taking photographs is not allowed

Organ transplants are permitted except heart.

Heart is considered the soul of the body.