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Food and Human Environment Exam 1
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1. Fastest growing ethnic group in US
Food _________ refers to multiplicity of ways in which humans use food
Process of handing down manners and understandings in common to a culture from generation to next.
Historians and scientists speculate that _____________ is foremost reason that herbs and spices have assumed essential roles
Cultural membership or social identity is defined by ____________.
Eating walnuts to improve brain functions is an example of _________ food use.
Example of culturally based food categorization is
sympathetic magic foods
Two main protein foods, eaten daily are an example of ______________.
One classification used to categorize "Edible" vs "inedible" for a Jainism vegetarian would consider chicken
edible by humans, but not my kind
A term used to describe overestimation of association between group membership and individual behavior often seen as pitfall
Which term "idea that although foods from throughout the world are available and often affordable, there is a need for consistency and conservatism".
Category of food habits that is the first factor that should be considered
food use that have positive health consequences should be encouraged
I believe all cultures other than my own eat "weird" food, my views are
Minority group moving into larger, more dominant culture assuming manners and values of majority is called
Important consideration in defining a meal is
Among elements that differ regarding a meal are
order of meal courses
As people become acultured, which habits are likely to be LAST to change
Approximately what percentage of US adults use some form of CAM during 2007?
Biomedical culture, 3 causes of diseases
immediate causes, underlying causes and ultimate causes
Health care provider imposes his/her beliefs, practices, and values on patient from another culture, what is this termed
General dietary guidelines for health that are similar to those of US have been developed for many countries, and usually include what concepts?
balance and moderation
What type of medicine proposes blood and lymph flow as well as nerve function, improves through manipulation of musculoskeletal system
Consecutive or concurrent use of multiple health care systems is called
Majority of people in US are ___________, meaning they prefer to concentrate on one issue or task at a time in sequence order
Majority of American values emphasize ___________ and control over
What attributes are associated with well-being
Term used for entire disease-illness process
Sacred healers among Native American groups
State of complete physical, mental and social well0being not merely absence of disease
Term for addressing experience of illness, alleviating infirmities of sick and responding to personal, familial and social issues around sickness
Many non-US cultures, being _______________ is considered protective factor that is indicative of health as beauty
Majority American Worldview" is regard to fate
belief in personal control over fate
culturally-bound syndromes are
culturally defined folk illnesses that may be difficult to treat if not actually considered an illness
three health habits that nearly all cultures identify as health preserving
good diet, sufficient rest and cleanliness
communication in high context cultures is analogous to what expression
Read between the lines
When you meet a person for the first time, only data that speaker has to work with comes from
their own culture norms
meaning found in context, not in words
Two components of a message
content and relationship
Swiss, Germans. And Scandinavians
low context cultures
"The individual is usually defined by group association
Part of the body that is most sacred in cultures and shouldn't be touched
CRASH, what does "s" stand mean?
Health care delivery, most relevant aspect of message
Patients in healthcare are worried and maybe in pain of outcomes. These conditions may be ______________ to effective communication
Communication that empowers client within relationship and improves treatment efficacy
caring and considerate
Biculturation can be defined as a minority group member's identity being completely submerged in or sublimated to dominate cultural identity
Your self-identity related to your role in life affects your perception of what should or should not be eaten for health.
View of an individual's relationship to fate is seldom related to perception
Biomedicine views of health and illness often encompass a mind-body duality.
Low-context cultures tend to be polychronistic.
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