IN chapter 9
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IN chapter 9
IN Chapter 9
Process of adopting to and adopting a new culture
To become absorbed into another culture and adopt its characteristics
Kinship that extends to both the mother's and father's sides of the family
Integrated patterns of human behavior that include the language, thoughts, communications, actions, customs, beleifs, values, and institutions of racial, ethnic, religious, or social groups
Adapting or negotiating with the patient/families to acheive benificial or satisfying health outcomes
Cultural Care Accomodation or negotiation
Retaining and/or preserving relavant care values so patients are able to maintain their well-being, recover from illness, of face handicaps and or death
Cultural care preservation or maintenance
Recording, changing, or greatly modifying a patient's/familys' customs for a new, different, and benificial health care patern.
Cultural Care Repattering or restructuring
Process in which the health care professional continually strives to achieve the ability and availability to work effectively with individual, families, and communities
Using one's own values and customs as an absolute guide in interpreting behaviors
Feeling that a patient has after a healthcare worker disregards the patient's valued way of life
Care that fits people's valued life patterns and sets of meanings generated from the people themselves, sometimes thei differs from the professionals' perspective on care
Culturally Confruent Care
Illnesses restricted to a particular culture or group because of its psychosocial characteristics
Culture- bound Syndrome
Insider or native perspective
Shared identity related to social and cultural heritage such as values, language, geographical space, and radical characteristics.
Significant historical experiences of a particular group.
Tendency to hold one's own way of life as superior to that of others.
Nonblood kin; considered family in some collective cultures
Kinship that is limited to only the mother's side
Varfious ethnic, religious, and other groups with distinct characteristics from the dominant culture.
Distinct discipline developed by Leniningr that focuses of the comparative study of cultures to understand similarities and differences among groups of people
Attribute illness to natural, impersonal, and biological forces that casue alteration in the equilibrium of the human body
Starting out in a culture as a child
family limited to the father's side
beleive that an external agent, which can be human or non-human, causes health and illness
Significant social markers of changes in a person's life
Rites of Passage