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  • Professional Communication: Cultural Sensitivity of Mexican-American Women

    Professional Communication: Cultural Sensitivity of Mexican-American Women

    Professional Communication: Cultural Sensitivity of Mexican-American Women Penny Lopez Grand Canyon University Theoretical Foundations for Nursing Roles and Practice NUR-502 Cynthia Aaron December 09, 2015 ________________ Professional Communication: Cultural Sensitivity of Mexican-American Women Introduction The purpose of this paper is to provide better understanding of the Mexican-American woman, her culture, thinking patterns, possible beliefs regarding healthcare. It will assist the nurse in competence in nursing care with this culture. Mexican-American women are commonly seen as

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    Submitted: December 22, 2015 Autor: pennylopez
  • Professional Communication Cultural Sensitivity Paper

    Professional Communication Cultural Sensitivity Paper

    CULTURAL SENSITIVITY AND THE HIV POSITIVE Cultural sensitivity and the HIV positive individualindividual Marissa Encina Grand Canyon Universityty ________________ Cultural sensitivity and the HIV positive individual Introduction It has been over 30 years since the first HIV/AIDS case was reported and although there have been wonderful advances in HAART, people living with HIV/AIDS continue to be discriminated against. The purpose of this paper is to review HIV-related stigma and how nurses can treat this particular

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    Submitted: February 6, 2016 Autor: MENCINA
  • Professional Communication: Cultural Sensitivity

    Professional Communication: Cultural Sensitivity

    PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION: CULTURAL SENSITIVITY Professional Communication: Cultural Sensitivity Staci Forcade Grand Canyon University: NUR502 Theoretical Foundations for Nursing Roles and Practice 5/25/16 ________________ Professional Communication: Cultural Sensitivity According to Stafford, Bowman, Eking, Hanna and Lopoes-Defede (1997) “cultural sensitivity means being aware that cultural differences and similarities exist and have an effect on values, learning and behavior.” In order to provide culturally competent care, it is important to understand the nuances & beliefs of the culture.

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    Submitted: June 5, 2016 Autor: stacilynne
  • Professional Communication: Cultural Sensitivity

    Professional Communication: Cultural Sensitivity

    Transcultural spirituality Professional Communication: Cultural Sensitivity Yina Cruz Grand Canyon University: NUR-502-O101 Professor Jayme Ambrose September 6th, 2016 I’ve always been very intrigued by the variation in customs and traditions in the many different cultural groups in the american society. Within my professional career I’ve come across many different kinds of people but for the most part have found the behavior of many patients who originate from the asian countries a bit bizarre. As a

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    Submitted: September 20, 2016 Autor: Yina Cruz
  • Professional Communication Cultural Sensitivity

    Professional Communication Cultural Sensitivity

    Professional Communication: Cultural Sensitivity Introduction A person’s thoughts, actions, and beliefs are influenced by their culture. A patient’s health promotion is also influenced by culture. The United States of American is a melting pot of people from various cultures and backgrounds. Cultural diversity not only exists among patients, but also within the healthcare team (Denisco & Barker, 2016). Nurses should be aware that cultural bias exists. This cultural bias can hinder or disrupt patient

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    Submitted: October 16, 2016 Autor: tayleur
  • Managing Cross Culturs - Personal and Professional Development

    Managing Cross Culturs - Personal and Professional Development

    PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT "Managing Cross Cultures" SUBMITTED TO SUBMITTED BY TRICIA SMART SHREEJA GUPTA (TUTOR) ID-1030771 CONTENTS 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 2. INTRODUCTION 3. FINDINGS 4. CONCLUSIONS 5. REFRENCES Executive Summary In today's global world the environment of any organization constitutes of the people who belong to different cultural backgrounds. The techniques of cross cultural management helps to cater with the cultural differences as well as the challenges of managing employees in a diversified organizational

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    Submitted: March 15, 2011 Autor: peter
  • Italian Media Communication and Culture

    Italian Media Communication and Culture

    Italian Media Communication and Culture The country of Italy is located in South-Central Europe, where the south consists of the entire Italian Peninsula, Sicily, and Sardinia which are the two largest islands in the Mediterranean Sea. Italy has about 61 million people, and is the sixth largest country in Europe, and ranked 23rd in the world (Hofstede’s Cultural Dimensions 1). With a population so large, Italy must maintain a strong communication system throughout the country;

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    Submitted: August 4, 2011 Autor: pololm15
  • On Communicative Functions and Cultural Differences of Body Language

    On Communicative Functions and Cultural Differences of Body Language

    On Communicative Functions and Cultural Differences of Body Language Mi Jie Introduction As we become likely to contact with people from cultures very different from our own, there is a need for more awareness of understanding the sources and differences of different nonverbal behaviors in cross-cultural contacts. Culture is the framework within which man maneuvers his nonverbal behavior. This can be understood in two ways. First, culture tends to determine the specific nonverbal behavior that

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    Submitted: September 21, 2011 Autor: jon
  • The Cross-Cultural Communication

    The Cross-Cultural Communication

    1. Introduction (business opportunity) 2. Reply: E-commerce a) Website's description b) E-commerce & business : what type of e commerce? 3. Strategic impact -> marketing & sales -> a new way to sell => high payoff project. 4. Identify the value added of IT a) Thanks to Porter's competitive forces model b) Thanks to Porter's value chain modelAs our world becomes increasingly interconnected, people increasingly encounter problems when communicating with people from other cultures. This

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    Submitted: December 12, 2011 Autor: tan495
  • Communication and Pop Culture

    Communication and Pop Culture

    “Purple Haze” was a song written in 1966 by Jimi Hendrix. It was first performed in 1967 (Wenner 1). When Hendrix performed this song at Woodstock in 1969, he was wearing earrings, tight, blue bellbottom pants, and a white jacket that had a lot of fringe and showed his stomach. He also had an afro with a hot pink scarf wrapped around his head. He played the electric guitar throughout the entire song and he

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    Submitted: January 30, 2012 Autor: goodmanhr
  • Both 'veronica' and 'country Lovers' Look at Failed Relationships, Family and Community. How Do Personal and Cultural Forces Lead to the Characters Failed Relationships

    Both 'veronica' and 'country Lovers' Look at Failed Relationships, Family and Community. How Do Personal and Cultural Forces Lead to the Characters Failed Relationships

    Both 'Veronica' and 'Country Lovers' look at failed relationships, family and community. How do personal and cultural forces lead to the characters failed relationships? Refer closely to the text Relationships fail all the time and for many different reasons. Both 'Country Lovers' and 'Veronica' look at relationships in different cultures. "We had grown up together in my native village," this is the opening sentence in 'Veronica' describing the culture, the setting and the history between

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    Submitted: March 10, 2012 Autor: ms.wk
  • Cross Cultural Communication

    Cross Cultural Communication

    Cross-Cultural Communication Cross cultural communication is the communication between individuals of different cultures. In order to communicate effectively across cultures you will need to become aware of cultural differences as well as the similarities. It is important to understand and learn more about another's culture so that you will be able to effectively communicate with them How cultures communicate differently Culture is "everything that people have, think, and do as members of their society" (O'Rourke,

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    Submitted: June 14, 2012 Autor: Donna
  • Cross-Cultural Communication Matrix

    Cross-Cultural Communication Matrix

    Cross-Cultural Communication Country Preferred Communication Style Nonverbal Communication Practices Business Communication Norms Strategies to Increase Cross-Cultural Communication Pakistan The difference between Pakistan and Brazil is Pakistan has an effective mixture of direct and indirect interaction models. This type interaction seems different when it comes to age and seniority. Pakistan applies humor within there interaction, however humor is just introduced by the elderly person and just once the connection has been founded (India Pakistan Trade Unit,

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    Submitted: June 17, 2012 Autor: Monkey33
  • Effective Communication with People from Other Cultures

    Effective Communication with People from Other Cultures

    INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT Major Assignment Effective Communication with People from Other Cultures Introduction Today managers face the challenge of communicating more effectively with people from different cultures, both at home and when travelling abroad, in the international arena. More emphasis is placed on effective intercultural communication by firms today when facing the reality of increasing workforce diversity where managers have deal with people from different cultures. “Today's businesses are complex entities.” Humes (2011, April 7). “However,

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    Submitted: October 13, 2012 Autor: piokolemasep
  • Inter Cultural Communication

    Inter Cultural Communication

    Executive Summary This case study reflects on inter- cultural communication conflict. Japanese culture is collective in nature while Australian culture tends to be more individualistic. The non- defined goals in the beginning between both coordinators also ensued problems. As according to negotiation process, goals should be defined, then setting of roles should be done and then in the end, procedures are carried out. Because of the lacking of communication from the Sam’s side and lacking

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    Submitted: November 28, 2012 Autor: vekariapriti
  • Skilled Incompetence/betrayer of Culture - Why M. Butterfly Receives Criticism in Asian Community

    Skilled Incompetence/betrayer of Culture - Why M. Butterfly Receives Criticism in Asian Community

    Skilled Incompetence/Betrayer of Culture ---Why M. Butterfly receives criticism in Asian Community M. Butterfly is an epoch-making work which strongly voices against stereotypes towards the Oriental and their culture. The great play breaks the weak and feudal image of the Oriental while portraying a ridiculous spy story, or, love story. Yet pitifully, maybe there's some skilled incompetent content so that some Asian readers got annoyed rather than pleased. Two types of content may turn out

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    Submitted: November 28, 2012 Autor: peter
  • Briefly Outline the Key Cross-Cultural Communication Considerations

    Briefly Outline the Key Cross-Cultural Communication Considerations

    Briefly outline the key cross-cultural communication considerations that should be addressed in company policy on International Intra-Company Communications for Beagle Inc. An international organization has to choose the right communication skill to avoid mistakes or misunderstandings between organizations which are based in different cultures. In this following case for example an Australian junior account manager who works for an international company in Australia noticed that communication via email is not always the fastest and the

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    Submitted: March 16, 2014 Autor: Alina
  • Organizational Culture and Communication

    Organizational Culture and Communication

    A company has values that it holds as a key to operations and attempts to infuse into the organization’s culture. The espoused values of the company are those provided by the organization’s philosophy, mission, vision, and values statements. These espoused values can either be achieved or lost in the way the company does business. Communications play a large role in sharing these values. Google is an excellent example of this concept in both its communications

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    Submitted: August 3, 2014 Autor: ljrome
  • Business Communication - How Does Corporate Culture Affects?

    Business Communication - How Does Corporate Culture Affects?

    1. How does corporate culture affect the communication climate within an organization? You can take your own organization for an example and give your views 2. Why is the ability to organize and convey information with clarity and coherence an important skill in the Information Age? Substantiate your answer with how you handle such situations in real corporate life. Answer both the Questions 1. Induction process also referred to, as the on boarding process

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    Submitted: December 4, 2015 Autor: PURNIMA DEVI DEEPTHI MAHANTHI
  • Hcs 350 - Personal and Professional Health Care Communication

    Hcs 350 - Personal and Professional Health Care Communication

    Personal and Professional Health Care Communication HCS/350 Personal and Professional Health Care Communication The discussed material is designed to educate my direct co-workers in the endoscopy department. Health care communication will be defined. The importance and relevance of professional health care communication with other professionals, patients, and clients will be discussed. How the role of effective professional health care communication affects, health outcomes will be explained. The relationship of how some poor health outcomes can

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    Submitted: March 7, 2016 Autor: tpamike
  • Cross-Cultural Communication 100 Years Ago

    Cross-Cultural Communication 100 Years Ago

    Agramonte Omarchy Agramonte Professor Green July 27, 2016 Composition 104 "Cross-Cultural Communication 100 Years Ago" All marriages have their share of problems. Ernest Hemingway’s “Cat in the Rain,” and Kate Chopin’s, “The Story of an Hour” presents two different stories about married women. Both stories took place about a century ago when marriage was far less an equal partnership. Deborah Tannen’s “Sex, Lies and Conversation; Why Is It So Hard for Men and Women to

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    Submitted: August 8, 2016 Autor: Omar Zorrilla
  • The Power of Mindfulness in Cross-Cultural Communication

    The Power of Mindfulness in Cross-Cultural Communication

    The power of mindfulness in cross-cultural communication Chanté van Wyk 25484966 MGS 4650 Cross-cultural management Assessment task 4 Word count: 1. Introduction 3 2. Mindfulness vs. Mindlessness in cross-cultural management 3 3. Factors increasing mindfulness 4 3.1 Consciousness 4 3.2 Job experience 4 3.3 Mindful programs 5 3.4 Leadership support and trust 5 4. Benefits of mindfulness 6 4.1 Individual well-being 6 4.2 Positive relationship with performance (Task performance and overall organization performance) 7 4.3

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    Submitted: September 19, 2017 Autor: Chante Wff Pro
  • Professional Learning Community

    Professional Learning Community

    Task 5 : Academic Writing Generally "Professional Learning Community (PLC)" refers to the efforts of educators who are committed and work collaboratively as well as continuing to make an inquiry or action research to achieve better performance for their pupils (DuFour & Eaker , 2006). The term professional learning community or professional learning community (PLC) exists among researchers as early as the 1960s. Rosenholtz (1989) conducted a study in 78 schools and found that the

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    Submitted: October 22, 2017 Autor: pojea
  • Culture & Communication Hofstede Dimenson

    Culture & Communication Hofstede Dimenson

    Culture & Communication Assignment In real life, I would want to travel and work in the United States of America because of Higher Education and therefore the following are the top 5 activities which I shall be engaged in: 1. College Problem 2. Accommodation 3. Part-Time Job 4. Examination 5. Passion/ Hobbies 1. College Problem: - Me- Hi, I am Keval Modi. I had recently joined your college and I am still after a weeks

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    Submitted: February 28, 2019 Autor: KM12345
  • Culture Analysis Trompenaars / Hofstede on the Example of Mexico and Spain

    Culture Analysis Trompenaars / Hofstede on the Example of Mexico and Spain

    Culture Analysis Trompenaars / Hofstede on the example of Mexico and Spain By increasing influence of today's internationalisation of markets, business activities and business portfolios of companies have change over the last decades. Therefore more and more enterprises operate worldwide and expand to foreign countries to stay competitive in the long term. It is not sufficient for an executive just to settle in a foreign country and force collaboration. A behaviour which is common in

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    Submitted: February 25, 2011 Autor: Antonio

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