• African American Cultural Assessment
    Cultural Assessment and Analysis: The African American Culture Abstract In order to provide culturally appropriate care, an examination of one's personal views, beliefs, and prejudices must be examined. The first portion of this paper will examine my personal values, beliefs, biases, an...
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  • Cross Cultural Analysis of Adolescence Values
    Title: Cross Cultural Analysis of Adolescence Values Introduction From the conference themes of Asian Association of Social Psychology (AASP, 2005) and emerging mounting literature on cross cultural researches made by social psychologists and others it seems paradigm shift is necess...
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  • Cultural Views on Health
    Cultural Views on Health There are several different types of beliefs that might affect the way that one adheres to one’s healthcare needs and the way that one might feel about their healthcare options. Some cultures believe that one’s health is based upon germs or abnormalities of the body...
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  • Chinese Beliefs and Traditions in Health Care
    Chinese Beliefs and Traditions in Health Care In China they have about 1.3 billion people, making up a little more than 20% of the world’s population. It’s no surprise that with that many people in one country that the culture there would hold many different beliefs and traditions. Chinese a...
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  • Multiple Antenatal Interventions for Weight Management & Pregnancy Complications in Overweight or Obese Pregnant Women: a Systematic Review.
    Total word count (excluding references, tables) - 3084 Multiple Antenatal Interventions for weight management & pregnancy complications in overweight or obese pregnant women: A systematic Review. Introduction Obesity has detrimental health consequences. It is relatively measured i...
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  • Closing the Gap on Cultural Competency
    Abstract Culture includes all aspects of an individual including ethnicity, race, gender, nationality, socioeconomic class, age, religious affiliation and sexual orientation. Cultural competency is a major issue that needs to be addressed in order to in closing the disparities gap in health care....
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  • Teen Pregnancy
    Teen Pregnancy Teen pregnancy, one of the most difficult experiences a young woman might ever have to face has somehow become the thing to do? The United States has the highest rates of teen pregnancies and births in the western industrialized world. Pregnancy rates in America have been on the r...
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  • Teen Pregnancy Advocacy
    Teen Pregnancy Advocacy Project Proposal Families with teens and adolescence are faced with many social issues as well as common health problems. There are families within our society that comprise a special aggregate known as at-risk teens. One problem or concern that exists for this aggregate gro...
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  • Pregnancy among hispanic women
     Community Teaching Work Plan Proposal Community Teaching Work Plan Proposal Community nurses can provide education to a community in need which will benefit individuals, groups, communities, and society as a whole. A community health nurse must assess the...
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  • Physical and Mental Effect of Teenage Pregnancy
    TERM PAPER IN EFFECTIVE WRITING II ANGELA T. JANOYA BEED 3-B EMILY E. GALLEGO BEED 3-B MARIBEL MATILING BEED 3-B OCTOBER 2012 TEENAGE PREGNANCY (State, Colleges and Universities in the Philippines) Introduction: Teenage pregnancy is simply defined teenage girl who became pregnant at...
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  • Examing the Cultural Practice of Ukuthwala and Its Impact on the Rights of the Child
    UNIVERSITY OF FORT HARE NAME : AUBREY MDAZANA STUDENT NO. : 8502686 FACULTY : LAW COURSE : MASTERS IN HUMAN RIGHTS COURSE COORDINATOR : PROF. SN REMBE TOPIC: Examin...
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  • Latino Cultural Experience
    Cultural Family Background: African American Descent and Latino Descent Sharon McNeill Liberty University Abstract In this cultural family background paper I would like to share some of the differences and similarities in the African American descent and the Latino American descent. I wi...
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  • Vietnamese Pregnancy
    Cultural Differences Among Birthing Women Growing up as a kid with the background of being Vietnamese, I have a lot of knowledge about the superstitions and beliefs of what to do or not to do due to my cultural beliefs during certain occasions especially pregnancy. First, I want to say tha...
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  • Mtv's 16 & Pregnant Glorifies Teen Pregnancy
    According to the National Center for Health Statistics, 86 percent of mothers who give birth out-of-wedlock are teenagers. MTV’s show “16 & Pregnant,” which has only been on air since June 2009, is already reflecting the rapid boom in teenage pregnancy across various cities in America. Since t...
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  • Teen Pregnancy
    Did you know that in the United States, one in ten pregnant women is a teen mother? There are now about 750,000 teen pregnancies annually, declining from just over one million in 1990. (The Library, http://www.adoption-education.com/librarystats.htm) Some teen mothers decide to continue the pregn...
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  • hser 509 cultural fusion
    The New Normal “Each time we gather to inaugurate a President we bear witness to the enduring strength of our Constitution.  We affirm the promise of our democracy.  We recall that what binds this nation together is not the colors of our skin or the tenets of our faith or the origins of...
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  • Douglasian Cultural Model in Indian Context
    Comment Form for Assessed Work Introduction Today’s world is being dominated by daily innovations in technology and increasing globalization which helps organizations to spread and to operate globally in a successful way. Every organisation operating at a global level is tryi...
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  • Assessing Cultural Values and Beliefs
    The “Heritage Assessment Tool” is a guide to help determine cultural, ethnic, and religious heritage. It may be used to assess your own cultural values or the cultural values of other ethno cultural backgrounds. Using this tool will guide the user into making non-stereotyped assumptions about...
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  • Cultural Inequality in Indian Camp
    In Hemingway's "Indian Camp" we are drawn to Nick's journey into the unknown to experience the cycle of life and death. But even though Nick's experience is or can be thought of as a major theme in the essay, cultural inequality is also an issue that helps to add question and interest to the narrati...
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  • Cultural Change of Bangladesh
    "Bangladesh" is a combination of the Bengali words, Bangla and Desh, meaning the country or land where the Bangla language is spoken. The country formerly was known as East Pakistan. Location and Geography. Bangladesh straddles the Bay of Bengal in south Asia. To the west and north it is bounded by...
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