Because cultural blindness does not acknowledge that differences exist, cultural imposition of dom-inantnursing education values and beliefs undoubtedly occur.
CULTURAL COMPETENCE IN HEALTH CARE: EMERGING FRAMEWORKS AND PRACTICAL APPROACHES Joseph R. Betancourt Massachusetts General Hospital-Harvard Medical School Alexander R. Green and J. Emilio Carrillo New York-Presbyterian Hospital-Weill Medical College of Cornell University FIELD REPORT October ...
Without being aware of the influence of one'sowncul-turalor professional values, there is risk that the health care provider may engage in cultural imposition.
Cultural Imposition. Cultural imposition intrusively applies the majority cultural view to individual and families. Prescribing a special diet without regard to the client's culture and limiting visitors to immediate family borders in cultural imposition.
The study argues that such prescriptions are generally devoid of cultural considerations and hence represent a cultural imposition of western values that seek to challenge and displace traditional values and practices.
Cultural similarity’s consequences: A distance perspective on cross-cultural differences in emotion recognition. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 34(1),92–110.
Without being aware of the influence of one's own cultural or professional values, there is risk that the provider may engage in cultural imposition.
... cohesive working relationships. 5,6 The competent nurse views patients and colleagues as unique individuals, each with their own influences and attitudes, and incorporates these unique characteristics into the development of a plan of care that promotes cultural congruence and avoids cultural imposition ...
UNESCO-EOLSS SAMPLE CHAPTER CONFLICT RESOLUTION – Cross-Cultural Conflict - Kevin Avruch . CROSS-CULTURAL CONFLICT . Kevin Avruch . Institute for Conflict Analysis & Resolution (4D3), George Mason University 3330
Cultural imposition is “the tendency to impose one’s beliefs, values, practices, and patterns of behavior upon another culture.” 15(p5) Ethnocentrism is “a universal