• Hispanic and Latino Spirituality
    Hispanic and Latino Spirituality Crystal Davila ENG 301 American Ethnic Literature University of Phoenix Julie Kares October 22, 2012 Hispanic and Latino Spirituality Throughout our life’s each day we communicate with each other through the exchange of information. Our verbal and...
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    Hispanic and Latino Spirituality Gerald Washington ENG/301 5/6/13 Julie Kares Hispanic and Latino Spirituality We communicate with people by exchange information between each other. We talk by verbal and nonverbal communication. These tools are used to help us process this information...
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  • Latino Culture Related to Purnell Model
    churches. A small percentage of Latino’s fall under secular domain. Most of them attend churches characterized by many Latino’s attendees and Hispanic clergy where services are offered in Spanish. This religious faith also treats all human life as sacred. Therefore, spiritually if a Latino feels pain or...
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  • Cathlocism
    spoken at numerous FACS programs on Hispanic Churches in the Local Community. Despite the surprising percentages of Latino Protestants, the vast majority of U.S. Latinos, 70 percent, are Catholics, making the Catholic Church, and the icon of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the most identifiable symbol of...
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  • My Paper
    , Sufism) * Hinduism * Racial/Ethnic groups (based on divisions in U.S. Census Bureau documents) * Asian (Asian descent) * Black (African descent) * Hispanic and Latino (South or Central American descent) * Pacific Islander (Polynesian descent) * White (European descent...
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  • My Cultural Tree
    — History Made Every Day — American & World History. Retrieved May 22, 2013, from http://www.history.com/topics/new-mexico Our Stance. (n.d.). Brown Berets la causa. Retrieved May 22, 2013, from http://nationalbrownberets.com/OurStance.html Padilla, L. M. (2001). 'BUT YOU'RE NOT A DIRTY MEXICAN': INTERNALIZED OPPRESSION, LATINOS & LAW. Texas Hispanic Journal Of Law & Policy, 7(1), 58....
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  • Counseling in the Latino Culture
    would develop a better relationship if I share ideas and allow him to discuss it and offer input. The Latino population is generally not interested in lengthy, theoretical discussions and often prefers action. ‘Hispanic clients were found to be tolerant of early goal setting in the counseling process...
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  • Latino Immigrants
    (1) April 13, 2009 · Filed under Dominican Republic, Family, Mexico, Prejudice & Discrimination, Religion & Spirituality Why do most Hispanics stay poor? At our LinkedIn group discussion a member expressed his disagreement with my ealier post Latinos Are Too Focused on Material Success...
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  • Liza
    Council on Adoptable Children developed the first Hispanic Adoption Program in 1978 in New York. At that time, Latino children, who accounted for one-fourth of the city’s foster care population, were systematically placed along color lines in foster care and adoptive homes. Dark-skinned Latino...
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  • Latino History and Culture
    Latinos have a severely limiting effect on their ability to purchase a home and enjoy home ownership, which is touted as part of "success" here in America. Research indicates that Hispanic or Latino households have less than ten cents for every dollar in wealth owned by white households. Growing wage...
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  • Mental Health Care for Latin Americans
    their culture and learning about the environment they live in therapists can better meet the patient’s needs. This paper covers Historical content, Family structure, Education, Rates of Psychiatric Disorders symptoms, and what to do as a therapist for Latino/Hispanic clients. Also discussed will be...
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  • Heritage Assessment
    encouraging incorporation of individual beliefs into a plan for health promotion. References Fridinger, F. (n.d.). Cultural insights: communicating with Hispanics/Latinos. Retrieved from http://www.cdc.gov/healthcommunication/Audience/AudienceInsight_CulturalInsights.pdf Ordonez, R. V., &amp...
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  • Las Hermanas
    , finances, lack of education and representation, but somehow made it through to the end of the tunnel. Now the Hispanic culture is keeping its roots in the church, and catering to the needs of the community. There is balance with their spirituality, home life, community needs, and education....
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  • Hispanic
    keep Latinos in touch with their homeland as far as values, morals and norms are concerned. Marriage is a very large event in the Hispanic culture and with that Catholicism preaches that sex before marriage is prohibited. While some Hispanics still believe this, others tend to alter this particular...
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  • Multicultural Marketing
    become more similar. Individualistic vs. collective orientation. Buying brands an expression of personal identity. A move from mass to segmented marketing. Emergence of ethnic markets. Targeting – using communication styles of the group you are interested in reaching. U.S. Latinos...
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  • Community Assessment
    (non-Hispanic). 9.4% of Indianapolis population was of Hispanic, Latino, or Spanish origin (U.S. Census, 2010). The percent of Latino’s in Marion County has increased over 50% within the last 10 years going from 33,000 to more than 84,000 according to new census figures posted as of February 2011...
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  • What Motivate People to Vote?
    by many Latinos as scandalous. Or the fact that Romney’s embrace of the ultra-right wing of the Republican Party, which includes anti-immigration zealots who support show-me-your-papers laws that could turn all Hispanics into automatic suspects of being illegally in the country....
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  • Cultural Views on Health
    , K.M. & Eberhardt, M.S. (1999) Ethnic & Racial differences with type two diabetes. Eliminating health disparitites. (2009). Unite for Sight web site: http://www.uniteforsight.org/cultural-competency/module 12. Office of Minority Health. (2009). Latino/Hispanic culture & Health. Rhode Island...
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  • Hispanic Family Assesment Paper
    with the goal of the family to recognize emotional patterns to decrease anxiety. The Structural Theory application will focus on the presenting problem and the nature of the family. The Hispanic family assessment will conclude with a personal and professional critical reflection of Latino...
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  • Test
    African American White (non-Hispanic) 26 Which of the following best describes where you are living now while attending college? Mexican or Mexican American Puerto Rican Dormitory or other campus housing (not fraternity/ sorority house) Other Hispanic or Latino Residence (house...
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