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OT 310 Exam 1 Study Guide
Terms in this set (26)
-total body of tradition passed on from one generation to another.
-A system of symbols & norms used by individuals as part of their cultural identity.
-Cumulative deposit of shared meanings and values.
-Evolving framework through which human actions are checked.
Cultural Awareness (definition)
One's ability to understand, appreciate, and acknowledge the similarities and differences between two cultures.
Cultural Competence (definition)
Process of actively developing and practicing appropriate, relevant, and sensitive strategies and skills in interacting with culturally different people.
Cultural Proficiency Continuum (lowest-> highest)
overt cultural destructiveness -> covert cultural destructiveness -> cultural blindness -> cultural sensitivity -> cultural competence -> cultural proficiency
Overt Cultural Destructiveness
Intentional and militant actions (ex.9/11, Pearl Harbor) Intend to destroy & eradicate a particular group/culture & the values they represent
Covert Cultural Destructiveness
Subtle, nonlethal actions and behaviors. (ex. segregation b/w whites & blacks)
No acknowledgement or support of cultural values and differences of other ethnic or cultural groups.
An awareness, comprehension, or appreciation of another person's different values or beliefs.
Socialization process of growing up in a culture from birth
Process of newcomers adopting their own values and attitudes to those of the dominant culture while still maintaining some of their own cultural values.
involves giving up old cultural values in favor of other new cultural features of the dominant culture.
helps all students participate in a democratic and free society
-recognizing & respecting everyone
-promote societal cohesiveness
To make a distinction in favor or against a person on the basis of the group or class to which the person belongs, rather than according to merit.
Fear of prejudicial treatment by another person, even though the other person is not in actually inclined to intolerance
Persons who hold stereotypical beliefs about a group of people; exhibit behavior toward those people on the basis of the stereotype
Guiding principals of an organization or institution resulting in unequal or unfair conditions for a group/groups of individuals
Openly rejecting groups of individuals from clubs, organizations, or health care
Occurs when the attitudes or beliefs of a person toward another person or group have a negative impact on that person.
Causality (social belief category)
The cultural explanation for why a disability happens
an individual with a disability is likely to seek out some intervention in an attempt to minimize/cure their disability
Based on sociocultural background, individual may be treated by "traditional" health professional, indigenous healer, family member
Indigenous healing practices & folk tales
Practices carried out by group/family members, handed down through the generations
Practices carried out by group/ family members, handed down through the generations
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