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12 DOMAINS OF CULTURE CHART

  • Cynthia Lane

 

 

African

American Not Hispanic

9,395

White Not Hispanic

173

Asian

50

American Indian

7

Hispanic

151

Overview, inhabited localities, ethnocultural

Negro,

Colored, Black, Black American,

afro American, Africa, Mexico, Europe, Asia, Greece, Black Jews, Islamic

white, Caucasian, skinheads, trailer trash, cracker, Europe, Africa, Mediterranean, middle east, Greece, Jews, Islamic

Orientals, Chinese, Slant Eyes, Yellow

mixed culture of races

Spain, French, Portugal, Latin America

Communication

American English, body language, hand language, humorous

American English, stiff dialect, long winded, stiff, impersonal

Maintain face, direct communication

More than a hundred dialects

Spanish, Latin, English,

Family roles and organization

single parent,

grandmother, aunt, orphanage

father dominant, single parent, grandmother, aunt, school drop-out, housewives

Males are valued and women are less valued, both parents make family decisions

Civil head of tribe is called sachem and the military leader is the Chief

Strong cultural values, consists of a nuclear family system, the whole family is involved with making decisions

Workforce issues

middle-class, low-job status positions, labor work, prejudice attitudes toward blacks

father breadwinner, labor work, high paying jobs, prejudice towards other races, high-job status positions, stay home dads

Difficulty with speaking English, Men have higher education than women, less likely to have health insurance

Men do the hunting and fishing while the women do the manual labor work

Lack of education and verbal communication, good workers, but training issues due to cultural barriers

Biocultural ecology

dark skin, light skin, red skin, white skin, various skin colors, Mr./Mrs./,Ms./Miss, Reverend, Pastor m Madea, Madame, Mama, Daddy, Ma, Dad

white, fair complexion, Mr./Mrs. Mr./Mrs. Jones, Mr./Mrs. Smith, Mr./Mrs. Thomas, Miss, Ms. Madame, Mother, Father, Nana

Difficulty with verbal communication, isolation from other cultures

Dark reddish-brown skin color, long black straight hair

Sickle-cell disease, cystic-fibrosis most common diseases for Hispanics, no other specific diseases to associate them of their culture

 

African

American Not Hispanic

9,395

White Not Hispanic

173

Asian

50

American Indian

7

Hispanic

151

high-risk behaviors

smoking, alcohol, HIV-AIDS, STDs, drugs, violence, rape, teenage pregnancies

smoking, alcohol, HIV-AIDS, drugs, violence, rape, teen pregnancies, sex, STDs

Sexual behaviors amongst adolescents throughout their life; HIV/AIDs, STDs. Heart Attacks, Diabetes, alcohol, Cancer

Smoking, drinking alcohol, suicide, heart disease, obesity, hypertension

Alcoholism, cirrhosis of liver, pneumonia, hepatitis, increased childhood diseases

nutrition

pork chops, neck bones, greens, sweet potato pie, hot peppers, okra, ham hocks, corn, corn bread, salt pork, pork and parts, chicken and parts, beef and parts, eggs, turkey

pork chops, steaks-beef, corn bread, chicken, cows, pigs, chicken, turkey, wheat, maize, potato, sugar, cow’s milk,

chicken eggs

Legumes, rice, nuts, whole grains, read meats, sake, beer, tea, wine, chicken, fish, sweets, small intake of dairy products

Maize, potatoes, corn, fish, shell-fish, chicken, ducks, turkeys, dogs, pumpkins, peppers, sweet potatoes, eggs

They eat four or five meals a day, consists of soups, tortillas, eggs, coffee, deserts, meat dishes, rice

pregnancy and childbearing practices

oppose abortion, after the birth stay in the house six wks., children care for elderly

parents with young children; divorce is common; personal desires over

family well-being, Late age pregnancies.

Believe in hot and cold theory, soy sauce is omitted from diet believe it makes babies darker, soups and tonics for strength

Herbs and teas to stop bleeding, whole family is involved, and mother is in a squatting position to deliver.

Milk is avoided said causes large babies and difficult deliveries,

Air conditioning is dangerous to the pregnant mother

death rituals

Family gathering, least likely to donate body parts, families are not ready for member to die, pregnant women not allowed in sight of death.

Visitations, Funeral Services, Family gatherings, Private Services, Burial Services, Feel they will go to Heaven

Always brings a feng shui to help find burial site, Funerals known for length, intricacy, beauty and unwavering display of respect. They often look to ancestors for help and guidance

They believe the journey is long and give them food, herbs and gifts to prepare for their long journey. For a safe journey they wash the dead with yucca suds and dress them in traditional clothing

The dying relative is cared by the females family and refuses help. The dying relative stays home to die. Nursing Homes or other facilities are not acceptable.

spirituality

religion is serious, owns a family church, expects results from prayers, Atheists.

a private affair, mainly Protestant and Bible-based, Catholic, Jewish, Atheists

Hinduism, Christianity,

Buddhism, meditation, Islamism,

They believe in a Supreme Being and Evil Spirits, Christian ministries

Catholics, They believe the dying person moves onto another life

health-care practices

Only see if necessary, natural healings, old remedies from grandparents, mothers, not easy to adhere to medication instructions.

Males may not seek medical attention, Women will seek care for their family and children, Over-weight children, Anorexia, Bulimia

Health is a state of spiritual and physical harmony; the healthy body must be balanced

Avoid prolonged eye contact sign of disrespect, respect the elderly, respect their tribal beliefs

Men do not complain to outsiders, they solve healthcare issues at home with elders before asking for outside help

health-care practioners

Prefer HCP of same gender will see a nurse (female) before a physician (male or female), resent taking orders/instructions from outsider.

Some prefer their own race or gender

Some prefer practioners of the same gender, seeks pleasant speaking practioners, inspects the medical office of artwork and cultural beliefs and values

Some healthcare services is provided by the Indian Health Services; some American Indians do not use the Indian Health Services because of certain historical trends

Respect their spiritual side of their complaints, all the family is involved in their healthcare decisions, show respect at all times, adults should be addressed by title names

References

A diabetes prevention assessment tool for American Indians.

Taylor CA, Keim KS, Fuqua DR, Johnson CA.Prev Chronic Dis. 2005 Oct; 2(4):A06. Epub 2005 Sep 15.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3534063

American Indians and the private health care sector; Wong ST, Kao C, Crouch JA, Korenbrot CC.American Journal of Public Health. 2006 Feb; 96(2)363-370; http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1071637/

Asian Community: http://www.culturediversity.org/asia.htm

Asian Foods, Facts, Fads; http://foodworksblog.wordpress.com/2011/06/13/asian-nutrition-secrets-the-asian-diet-pyramid/

BUDDHISM: Rahula,W. (1978). What the Buddha taught. London: Gordon Fraser.

HINDUISM: Flood, G.D. (1996). An introduction to Hinduism. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University.

ISLAM: Armstrong, K. (2000). Islam: A short history. New York: Modern Library

http://wap.johnhawkinslpc.com/PDF/Spirituality/Multicultural.pdf

Characteristics of the Traditional Asian Family; http://www.coedu.usf.edu/zalaquett/mcdp/Asian%20handout.htm

Cultural Diversity: Eating in America-Mexican-American; Copyright © 2010, The Ohio State University

http://ohioline.osu.edu/hyg-fact/5000/pdf/5255.pdf

Cultural Sensitive Health Care: American Indian: http://www.diversityresources.com/health/indian.html

Culture-Sensitive Health Care: Hispanic: http://www.diversityresources.com/health/hispanic.html

Ethnic Variations in Prevalence of High-Risk Sexual Behaviors Among Asian and Pacific Islander Adolescents in HawaiiEthnic Variations in Prevalence of High-Risk Sexual Behaviors Among Asian and Pacific Islander Adolescents in Hawaii

Lowry R, Eaton DK, Brener ND, Kann L.Public Health Reports. 2011; 126(1)39-49; Am J Public Health.2009 October;99(10): 1886–1892.

doi:10.2105/AJPH.2008.133785

Galarraga, J. (2007). Hispanic American Culture and Health. Retrieved fromhttp://www.cwru.edu/med/epidbio/mphp439/Hispanic_Healthcare.pdf 19th July 2011

http://customwritingtips.com/component/k2/item/6373-hispanic-community.html?tmpl=component&print=1

Geissler, E.M. (1991). Transcultural nursing and nursing diagnosis. Nursing and Health Care, 12(4), 190-203]

http://www.culturediversity.org/bio.htm

Green, D. (2011). Puerto Rican American Culture. Retrieved fromhttp://www.everyculture.com/multi/Pa-Sp/Puerto-Rican-Americans.html on 19th July 2011

http://customwritingtips.com/component/k2/item/6373-hispanic-community.html?tmpl=component&print=1

Hispanic Culture of Death and Dying: http://dying.lovetoknow.com/death-cultures-around-world/hispanic-culture-death-dying

Hispanic Cultural Influences on Medical Practices: Pedro A. Poma, MD Melrose Park, Illinois;

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2561612/pdf/jnma00233-0029.pdf

Hispanic Families and Male and Female Relationships; http://gagalanti.com/articles/Hispanic%20Families.pdf

Molina, M. & Molina, C. (2001). Health issues in the Latino community. John Wiley and Sons

http://customwritingtips.com/component/k2/item/6373-hispanic-community.html?tmpl=component&print=1

Native American Legends:

Copyright© 2003-2013,www.Legends of America.com™: http://www.legendsofamerica.com/na-cermonies.html

Nies, M. & McEwen, M. (2001). Community health nursing: promoting the health of populations. Elsevier Health Sciences

http://customwritingtips.com/component/k2/item/6373-hispanic-community.html?tmpl=component&print=1

Prevalence of cardiovascular disease risk factors in a southwestern Native American tribe.

Campos-Outcalt D, Ellis J, Aickin M, Valencia J, Wunsch M, Steele L.Public Health Rep. 1995 Nov-Dec; 110(6):742-8.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3534063

Reaching Out to Diverse Populations: Opportunities and Challenges; http://www.apapracticecentral.org/ce/courses/diverse-populations.aspx

Social and cultural barriers to diabetes prevention in Oklahoma American Indian women.

Taylor C, Keim KS, Sparrer A, Van Delinder J, Parker S.Prev Chronic Dis. 2004 Apr; 1(2):A06. Epub 2004 Mar 15.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3534063

The Hispanic Workforce Is Rising, but Lack of Education Still Holds These Workers Back; BySavita Iyer-AhrestaniContributing EditorInvestment Advisor Magazine; http://www.thinkadvisor.com/2011/04/01/the-hispanic-workforce-is-rising-but-lack-of-educa

Tienda, M. (2006). Hispanics and the future of America. National Academies Press

http://customwritingtips.com/component/k2/item/6373-hispanic-community.html?tmpl=component&print=1

Traditional Cultures and beliefs and practices: Childbearing and parenting, Created by Clittzen;

http://quizlet.com/9372946/traditional-cultural-beliefs-and-practices-childbearing-and-parenting-flash-cards/

What do Native Americans eat? Copyright 2010 – 2014 Yukozimo.com. Some rights reserved. Site powered byWordPress. http://diet.yukozimo.com/what-do-native-americans-eat/

12 DOMAINS OF CULTURE CHART

  • Cynthia Lane

 

 

African

American Not Hispanic

9,395

White Not Hispanic

173

Asian

50

American Indian

7

Hispanic

151

Overview, inhabited localities, ethnocultural

Negro,

Colored, Black, Black American,

afro American, Africa, Mexico, Europe, Asia, Greece, Black Jews, Islamic

white, Caucasian, skinheads, trailer trash, cracker, Europe, Africa, Mediterranean, middle east, Greece, Jews, Islamic

Orientals, Chinese, Slant Eyes, Yellow

mixed culture of races

Spain, French, Portugal, Latin America

Communication

American English, body language, hand language, humorous

American English, stiff dialect, long winded, stiff, impersonal

Maintain face, direct communication

More than a hundred dialects

Spanish, Latin, English,

Family roles and organization

single parent,

grandmother, aunt, orphanage

father dominant, single parent, grandmother, aunt, school drop-out, housewives

Males are valued and women are less valued, both parents make family decisions

Civil head of tribe is called sachem and the military leader is the Chief

Strong cultural values, consists of a nuclear family system, the whole family is involved with making decisions

Workforce issues

middle-class, low-job status positions, labor work, prejudice attitudes toward blacks

father breadwinner, labor work, high paying jobs, prejudice towards other races, high-job status positions, stay home dads

Difficulty with speaking English, Men have higher education than women, less likely to have health insurance

Men do the hunting and fishing while the women do the manual labor work

Lack of education and verbal communication, good workers, but training issues due to cultural barriers

Biocultural ecology

dark skin, light skin, red skin, white skin, various skin colors, Mr./Mrs./,Ms./Miss, Reverend, Pastor m Madea, Madame, Mama, Daddy, Ma, Dad

white, fair complexion, Mr./Mrs. Mr./Mrs. Jones, Mr./Mrs. Smith, Mr./Mrs. Thomas, Miss, Ms. Madame, Mother, Father, Nana

Difficulty with verbal communication, isolation from other cultures

Dark reddish-brown skin color, long black straight hair

Sickle-cell disease, cystic-fibrosis most common diseases for Hispanics, no other specific diseases to associate them of their culture

 

African

American Not Hispanic

9,395

White Not Hispanic

173

Asian

50

American Indian

7

Hispanic

151

high-risk behaviors

smoking, alcohol, HIV-AIDS, STDs, drugs, violence, rape, teenage pregnancies

smoking, alcohol, HIV-AIDS, drugs, violence, rape, teen pregnancies, sex, STDs

Sexual behaviors amongst adolescents throughout their life; HIV/AIDs, STDs. Heart Attacks, Diabetes, alcohol, Cancer

Smoking, drinking alcohol, suicide, heart disease, obesity, hypertension

Alcoholism, cirrhosis of liver, pneumonia, hepatitis, increased childhood diseases

nutrition

pork chops, neck bones, greens, sweet potato pie, hot peppers, okra, ham hocks, corn, corn bread, salt pork, pork and parts, chicken and parts, beef and parts, eggs, turkey

pork chops, steaks-beef, corn bread, chicken, cows, pigs, chicken, turkey, wheat, maize, potato, sugar, cow’s milk,

chicken eggs

Legumes, rice, nuts, whole grains, read meats, sake, beer, tea, wine, chicken, fish, sweets, small intake of dairy products

Maize, potatoes, corn, fish, shell-fish, chicken, ducks, turkeys, dogs, pumpkins, peppers, sweet potatoes, eggs

They eat four or five meals a day, consists of soups, tortillas, eggs, coffee, deserts, meat dishes, rice

pregnancy and childbearing practices

oppose abortion, after the birth stay in the house six wks., children care for elderly

parents with young children; divorce is common; personal desires over

family well-being, Late age pregnancies.

Believe in hot and cold theory, soy sauce is omitted from diet believe it makes babies darker, soups and tonics for strength

Herbs and teas to stop bleeding, whole family is involved, and mother is in a squatting position to deliver.

Milk is avoided said causes large babies and difficult deliveries,

Air conditioning is dangerous to the pregnant mother

death rituals

Family gathering, least likely to donate body parts, families are not ready for member to die, pregnant women not allowed in sight of death.

Visitations, Funeral Services, Family gatherings, Private Services, Burial Services, Feel they will go to Heaven

Always brings a feng shui to help find burial site, Funerals known for length, intricacy, beauty and unwavering display of respect. They often look to ancestors for help and guidance

They believe the journey is long and give them food, herbs and gifts to prepare for their long journey. For a safe journey they wash the dead with yucca suds and dress them in traditional clothing

The dying relative is cared by the females family and refuses help. The dying relative stays home to die. Nursing Homes or other facilities are not acceptable.

spirituality

religion is serious, owns a family church, expects results from prayers, Atheists.

a private affair, mainly Protestant and Bible-based, Catholic, Jewish, Atheists

Hinduism, Christianity,

Buddhism, meditation, Islamism,

They believe in a Supreme Being and Evil Spirits, Christian ministries

Catholics, They believe the dying person moves onto another life

health-care practices

Only see if necessary, natural healings, old remedies from grandparents, mothers, not easy to adhere to medication instructions.

Males may not seek medical attention, Women will seek care for their family and children, Over-weight children, Anorexia, Bulimia

Health is a state of spiritual and physical harmony; the healthy body must be balanced

Avoid prolonged eye contact sign of disrespect, respect the elderly, respect their tribal beliefs

Men do not complain to outsiders, they solve healthcare issues at home with elders before asking for outside help

health-care practioners

Prefer HCP of same gender will see a nurse (female) before a physician (male or female), resent taking orders/instructions from outsider.

Some prefer their own race or gender

Some prefer practioners of the same gender, seeks pleasant speaking practioners, inspects the medical office of artwork and cultural beliefs and values

Some healthcare services is provided by the Indian Health Services; some American Indians do not use the Indian Health Services because of certain historical trends

Respect their spiritual side of their complaints, all the family is involved in their healthcare decisions, show respect at all times, adults should be addressed by title names

References

A diabetes prevention assessment tool for American Indians.

Taylor CA, Keim KS, Fuqua DR, Johnson CA.Prev Chronic Dis. 2005 Oct; 2(4):A06. Epub 2005 Sep 15.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3534063

American Indians and the private health care sector; Wong ST, Kao C, Crouch JA, Korenbrot CC.American Journal of Public Health. 2006 Feb; 96(2)363-370; http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1071637/

Asian Community: http://www.culturediversity.org/asia.htm

Asian Foods, Facts, Fads; http://foodworksblog.wordpress.com/2011/06/13/asian-nutrition-secrets-the-asian-diet-pyramid/

BUDDHISM: Rahula,W. (1978). What the Buddha taught. London: Gordon Fraser.

HINDUISM: Flood, G.D. (1996). An introduction to Hinduism. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University.

ISLAM: Armstrong, K. (2000). Islam: A short history. New York: Modern Library

http://wap.johnhawkinslpc.com/PDF/Spirituality/Multicultural.pdf

Characteristics of the Traditional Asian Family; http://www.coedu.usf.edu/zalaquett/mcdp/Asian%20handout.htm

Cultural Diversity: Eating in America-Mexican-American; Copyright © 2010, The Ohio State University

http://ohioline.osu.edu/hyg-fact/5000/pdf/5255.pdf

Cultural Sensitive Health Care: American Indian: http://www.diversityresources.com/health/indian.html

Culture-Sensitive Health Care: Hispanic: http://www.diversityresources.com/health/hispanic.html

Ethnic Variations in Prevalence of High-Risk Sexual Behaviors Among Asian and Pacific Islander Adolescents in HawaiiEthnic Variations in Prevalence of High-Risk Sexual Behaviors Among Asian and Pacific Islander Adolescents in Hawaii

Lowry R, Eaton DK, Brener ND, Kann L.Public Health Reports. 2011; 126(1)39-49; Am J Public Health.2009 October;99(10): 1886–1892.

doi:10.2105/AJPH.2008.133785

Galarraga, J. (2007). Hispanic American Culture and Health. Retrieved fromhttp://www.cwru.edu/med/epidbio/mphp439/Hispanic_Healthcare.pdf 19th July 2011

http://customwritingtips.com/component/k2/item/6373-hispanic-community.html?tmpl=component&print=1

Geissler, E.M. (1991). Transcultural nursing and nursing diagnosis. Nursing and Health Care, 12(4), 190-203]

http://www.culturediversity.org/bio.htm

Green, D. (2011). Puerto Rican American Culture. Retrieved fromhttp://www.everyculture.com/multi/Pa-Sp/Puerto-Rican-Americans.html on 19th July 2011

http://customwritingtips.com/component/k2/item/6373-hispanic-community.html?tmpl=component&print=1

Hispanic Culture of Death and Dying: http://dying.lovetoknow.com/death-cultures-around-world/hispanic-culture-death-dying

Hispanic Cultural Influences on Medical Practices: Pedro A. Poma, MD Melrose Park, Illinois;

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2561612/pdf/jnma00233-0029.pdf

Hispanic Families and Male and Female Relationships; http://gagalanti.com/articles/Hispanic%20Families.pdf

Molina, M. & Molina, C. (2001). Health issues in the Latino community. John Wiley and Sons

http://customwritingtips.com/component/k2/item/6373-hispanic-community.html?tmpl=component&print=1

Native American Legends:

Copyright© 2003-2013,www.Legends of America.com™: http://www.legendsofamerica.com/na-cermonies.html

Nies, M. & McEwen, M. (2001). Community health nursing: promoting the health of populations. Elsevier Health Sciences

http://customwritingtips.com/component/k2/item/6373-hispanic-community.html?tmpl=component&print=1

Prevalence of cardiovascular disease risk factors in a southwestern Native American tribe.

Campos-Outcalt D, Ellis J, Aickin M, Valencia J, Wunsch M, Steele L.Public Health Rep. 1995 Nov-Dec; 110(6):742-8.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3534063

Reaching Out to Diverse Populations: Opportunities and Challenges; http://www.apapracticecentral.org/ce/courses/diverse-populations.aspx

Social and cultural barriers to diabetes prevention in Oklahoma American Indian women.

Taylor C, Keim KS, Sparrer A, Van Delinder J, Parker S.Prev Chronic Dis. 2004 Apr; 1(2):A06. Epub 2004 Mar 15.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3534063

The Hispanic Workforce Is Rising, but Lack of Education Still Holds These Workers Back; BySavita Iyer-AhrestaniContributing EditorInvestment Advisor Magazine; http://www.thinkadvisor.com/2011/04/01/the-hispanic-workforce-is-rising-but-lack-of-educa

Tienda, M. (2006). Hispanics and the future of America. National Academies Press

http://customwritingtips.com/component/k2/item/6373-hispanic-community.html?tmpl=component&print=1

Traditional Cultures and beliefs and practices: Childbearing and parenting, Created by Clittzen;

http://quizlet.com/9372946/traditional-cultural-beliefs-and-practices-childbearing-and-parenting-flash-cards/

What do Native Americans eat? Copyright 2010 – 2014 Yukozimo.com. Some rights reserved. Site powered byWordPress. http://diet.yukozimo.com/what-do-native-americans-eat/

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