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Cultural competence and dissertation - ERIC- Professional Development That Lends Itself to the Development of Cultural Competence of Majority Culture Teachers, ProQuest LLC, 2012

Anthroworks best 40 dissertations in cultural anthropology 2011 Anthroworks best 40 dissertations in cultural anthropology 2011 Anthroworks presents its favorite 2011 North American dissertations in cultural anthropology. Then I kept observing minor cultural practices which were different than mine and my values.


In the Meanwhile Living Everyday in Anticipation of Violence in Lebanon, by Sami Hermez. This dissertation investigates how Anglo-American clinicians and Mexican immigrant patients communicate in a medical setting. The dissertation examines five key factors social inequalities, social fragmentation, rapid social changes, isolation, and community expressed emotions. There is a deep fundamental question why the Japanese have been able to build such a successful society despite their lack of natural resources and relative isolation.

This dissertation analyzes how historical narratives, state policies, and the everyday practices of residents shape contemporary land conflict in the Negev Naqab region of Israel.

One of the most striking results of the restructuring of Philadelphia s maternity care system is a drastic reduction in the number of hospitals with maternity units. Nurses with a welcoming nature should give adequate time to the patient and family to bond. The majority of the estimated four million internally displaced persons IDPs in Colombia who have fled from their lands and homes have migrated to urban centers. I focus on the circulation of competing discourses about change on the sacred Hindu river, the emergence of actors and movements that address the Ganga s management, and the transformation of actor This dissertation demonstrates, instead, how political, economic and social processes normalize gender violence and how transnational human rights discourses are reshaping gender relations and the visibility of particular forms of violence.

Muslim women would also expect that they have their hijab when any other male member comes to visit her. Hence, in this paper, the focus will be laid on the emic and etic viewpoint and analyzing them through the culture care framework to overcome the varying values. The first element that comprises the framework is, cultural sensitivity.

Emic knowledge comes directly from cultural informants as they know and practice care with their values and beliefs in their unique cultural contexts. The I upiat point to modern technology as the source of what they call the spoiling of their communities.


Term Paper Advanced seminar, 29 Pages Intercultural Competence as.

This dissertation examines an American treatment program that, like the epidemic, extends beyond the boundaries of Botswana. Fieldwork was conducted in New York City and Guatemala. Biomedical nosology and disease prevention efforts conflict with local understandings of individual and community health concerning diseases that affect the skin. Policy makers need to broaden current professional development policy to assist practitioners in incorporating culturally responsive pedagogy. Women may also resist accepting pericare or would hesitate to change in front of someone else. c High power distance cultures- In high power distance cultures, only people who are in the high up in the hierarchy will be allowed to take dicisions.


a Monochronic Cultures- In monochronic cultures, time will be spent on setting time limits and may be on allotting time for items on the agenda.

This dissertation demonstrates, instead, how political, economic and social processes normalize gender violence and how transnational human rights discourses are reshaping gender relations and the visibility of particular forms of violence.

, Social Conflict Escalation, Stalemate, and Settlement, 2nd edition, S. I explore how my research participants attempted to resolve the tensions among multiple and moralities as they built a new public health profession in Shenzhen after SARS. I tackle the notion of sacrifice in wartime, where I focus on what it means to dehumanize others and to lose one s humanity, arguing that the notion of dehumanization is a rhetorical device with hegemonic influence in debates and conversations around war.

Adoring Our Wounds Suicide, Prevention, and the Maya in Yucatan, Mexico, by Beatriz Reyes-Cortes.


Term Paper Advanced seminar, 29 Pages Intercultural Competence as. Biomedical nosology and disease prevention efforts conflict with local understandings of individual and community health concerning diseases that affect the skin. To achieve this level, we need to always keep in mind to take care of the patient as they want you to take care of them Srivastava, 2007.


The expansion of women s schooling is often asserted to be one of the largest influences on the global fall in child mortality of the past century. I describe a Hmong cultural model of ancestral personhood in which the life course includes post-mortal existence and regular interactions between living and deceased kin.

Thus Avon and Natura s beauty products offer a way for Amazon caboclo women to participate in Brazilian beauty ideals and create themselves as modern beings. It includes the concept of cultural awareness by being appreciative and sensitive to different beliefs, values and problem solving strategies Srivastava, 2007.

Compiling a list of the most important dissertations in a given field in a given year requires the kind of detailed, thorough and informed work that seems impossible for one individual to accomplish by performing a keyword search of dissertation abstracts online.


AB s culture, women are expected to cover their heads and sometimes even wear a veil or hijab in front of their male family members.

Virtuous Citizens and Sentimental Society Ethics and Politics in Neoliberal South Korea, by EuyRyung Jun. Advisors Donald Nonini, Peter Redfield, Arturo Escobar, Nancy Abelmann.

This research expands the knowledge of the role of language, culture, and cultural difference in medical encounters.

This dissertation is an ethnographic examination of the lived experience of multicultural constitutional reform and juridical recognition among black populations in Colombia. We Are Phantasms Female Same-Sex Desires, Violence, and Ideology in Salvador, Brazil, by Andrea Allen.

Such opposing feelings against their attire were not going to be beneficial in the care I provided to Mrs. This dissertation aims to understand what direct sales companies, like Avon, do for Amazonian residents, what women get out of working in direct sales, and why beauty and hygiene products are so popular among people who have limited incomes. This dissertation addresses the psychiatric puzzle that people in England have significantly higher rates of schizophrenia than the general British population.


I contend that recent changes have altered male female relationships in ways that promote the spread of HIV AIDS.

This dissertation is an ethnographic examination of the lived experience of multicultural constitutional reform and juridical recognition among black populations in Colombia. In addition, the aim of being culturally sensitive is also that we recognize our biases and assumptions against a specific culture, but we cannot label or stereotype all the individuals in that culture, as each person is unique Srivastava, 2007. What is involved money, sales, time, conditions, discounts, terms, etc? It was against my values and beliefs that even women themselves accepted the I employ a ethnographic approach to investigating a transnational group of Hmong families that migrated to Thailand and the United States.

In my culture, equal rights and equal status has to be given to women as men.


Gay Men and the Cultural Politics of National Belonging in the Lion City, by Kok Tan. This dissertation demonstrates, instead, how political, economic and social processes normalize gender violence and how transnational human rights discourses are reshaping gender relations and the visibility of particular forms of violence. Direct Sales in the Amazon Gender, Work, and Consumption in Ponta de Pedras, Para, Brazil, by Jessica Chelekis.


This dissertation investigates how Anglo-American clinicians and Mexican immigrant patients communicate in a medical setting. When I heard and saw this, I was pinched by this cultural practice and thought as to why she is supposed to wear the veil, which is physically inconvenient.


1 Planning how to negotiate Before we decide to negotiate, it is a good idea to prepare.

I examine how Somali women in Eastleigh identify morality and ethical behavior. I argue that this metaethical project is not an artifact of analysis, but is a useful way of capturing how Somalis in Kenya and elsewhere are undertaking a dialogue and exploration of what constitutes the moral. The first half of my dissertation focuses on how suicide is produced in public and state discourse.

These dynamics reconfigure the school from a mechanism of social and symbolic engineering to a space where the cultural politics of Morocco is debated.

The first study of environment and land conflict in this region to look at Jewish and Arab settings, this dissertation offers insight into the hardening of these oppositional group boundaries and social conflict. This dissertation focuses on the new social and ethical landscape created by foreign workers, marriage immigrants, and multicultural families in South Korea. But when the negotiators began talking to each other, exchanging information about their interests, a better solution to the problem became obvious.


Manufacturing Insecurity Power, Water, Waste, and the Silences of Sustainability and Suffering in Northwest Alaska, by Laura Eichelberger. I explore how my research participants attempted to resolve the tensions among multiple and moralities as they built a new public health profession in Shenzhen after SARS.

This research expands the knowledge of the role of language, culture, and cultural difference in medical encounters.


This dissertation explores conflict over development and ecological change along the upper stretch of the Ganga River in the Garhwal Himalayas, India. Hence, the culture s lifestyle, communication, family involvement, personal space and diet should be not be forgotten Srivastava, 2007.


Restructuring Birth Neoliberal Shifts in Maternity Care, the Role of NGOs, and the Impact on Midwives and Birthparents in the Philadelphia Community, by Cecily Knauer.

2 These are just the few factors making the negotiation vary in each type of culture.

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