NR75.1A Culture and Ethics

  1. This term is the etiological explanation of causative factors of illnesses that does note relate to the pathophysiological nature

    B. Externalizing system
  2. This term is the gradual acquisition of the characteristics and norms of a culture or group by a person, another culture, etc.
    ex: the adaptation of Christian liturgy to a non-Christian cultural background.

    A. Enculturation
  3. This is a person's secondary culture; occurs after childhood, when faced with a new cultural environment.

    D. Acculturation
  4. This is displacement of primary culture with secondary culture. The process by which a person or persons acquire the social and psychological characteristics of a group

    C. Assimilation
  5. This is known as multiculturalism; individual identifies with two or more cultures. ex: a baby with mixed parents

    A. Biculturalism
  6. T or F: Etic world view is the insider or native perspective
    F: Etic worldview is the outsider's perspective (about others)
  7. T or F: Ethnocentrism is a tendency to hold one's own way of life as a superior
  8. What is cultural imposition?
    It's an absolute certainty that one's culture is the only way
  9. This _______ attributes illness to natural, impersonal, and biological forces that cause alteration in the equilibrium of the human body.

    a. Naturalistic practitioner
    b. Personalistic practitioner
    a. Naturalistic practitioner
  10. This ______, associates health and illness with active influence of an external agent, which can be human or nonhuman.

    a. Naturalistic
    b. Personalistic
    b. Personalistic
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NR75.1A Culture and Ethics
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