Flashcards in Diversity Deck (25)
T or F Native Americans may avoid eye contact as a sign of respect
T or F cultural values play a large role in how problems are addressed
Which ethnic group should be started on half doses of psychotropic meds?
When placing a Native American child in foster care or adoption who should be contacted?
Office of the child's tribe
When using interpreters who should the social worker direct their attention to?
T or F subjects with lower levels of bicultural socialization report higher degrees of self esteem & marital adjustment
Ours is the standard for everyone
Either or thinking differences are inferior
What are some key skills social workers should have when working with diverse populations?
- wide range of verbal and non verbal responses
- culturally appropriate language
- recognition of direct and indirect communication
- ability to assess cultures strength
In US culture how is power defined?
Power over others
Class bound values, culture bound values, and culture encapsulation are examples of what?
Barriers in cross cultural counseling
Describe class bound values
Counseling generally reserved for people of same class and cultural background
Define cultural encapsulation
Assumption of false universals stereotyping client
Family honor, model minority perception, reluctance to share personal information with strangers, and respect offered to oldest male are characteristics of which ethnic group?
Religion, respect for elderly, kinship, and building relationships are characteristics of which ethnic group?
Respect for tribe and customs, and higher rates of substance abuse are common in which ethnic group?
Family importance, patriarchy, religion and use of native language are characteristics of which ethnic group?
Define culture bound syndrome
Appear similar to mental disorders but are related to persons beliefs and cultural values they should NEVER be diagnosed and always ruled out first
Family not restricted to blood relatives, polytheistic, importance of culture and welfare
The ______ stage of adolescent cultural and ethic identity development people do not culture, race, or ethnicity. This stage is usually reserved for children
unexamined cultural, racial, and ethnic identity
The ______ stage of adolescent cultural and ethic identity development is characterized by exploration and questioning of culture race ethnicity in order to learn more about it and understand implactions
cultural, racial, and ethnic identity search
The ______ stage of adolescent cultural and ethic identity development is when people have a clear sense of who they are
cultural racial and ethnic identity achievement
Name the 4 statuses in the classic model of cultural racial and ethnic identity development
pre-encounter, encounter, immersion-emersion, internalization and committment
T or F matching clients and social workers of the same race and ethnicity may decrease dropout rates and increase utilization of services