Behaviors, morals, values, attitudes, and beliefs created and communicated among individuals,” and past down from generation as cultural traditions (villa, et al, 1993) beliefs and values unique to mexican american and other hispanic/ latino elderly can be described as cultural themes, which shape their worldview. Centers for disease control & prevention trends in sexual risk behaviors among high school students, united states, 1991-2001 morbidity & mortality weekly report 2002 51:856-59 villarruel am cultural influences on the sexual attitudes , beliefs and norms of young latina adolescents j society pediatric nurses 1998. Overall, many latin americans see a basic tension between religion and science indeed, half or more in most countries surveyed think that faith and science generally are at odds with one another despite the general belief that there is a conflict between religion and science, roughly half or more in most. In hispanic culture, religion and spiritualism play a significant role in how latinos perceive health below are a few quotes that are commonly heard in latino households when discussing issues dealing with health and wellness and display the belief that health & wellness are in the hands of god “que sea lo que dios. Our analysis indicates that theoretical conceptions about the roots of, and responsibility for, inequality in society, together with the translation of these beliefs into attitudes regarding the state versus market divide, distinguish those who self-identify with the left and those who self-identify with the right full text: pdf (english. An attitude that is often used by black girls, but is more often being used by mexican girls who think they're hard, and think they're black they will often use that one gesture of one finger moving opposite direction of head to the side, and back and forth, whatever you call that one, and even use the n word in. All fertility-related outcomes (pregnancy, birth, abortion) and their proximate determinants (attitudes, knowledge, norms, sexual activity, contraceptive use) were considered sexual according to norris and ford, latino teenagers who were more acculturated tended to have more positive condom beliefs. Purpose the purpose of this qualitative study was to explore nutritional behaviors and attitudes among latino women with type 2 diabetes methods women over 18 8 schwab, t, meyer, j, merrell, r measuring attitudes and health beliefs among mexican americans with diabetes diabetes educ 199420:221-227.
Patients' attitudes and beliefs about medical decision-making, including how much patients wanted to participate in decisions versus deferring to their doctors patients' informal decision support networks, including whether and how much family members or friends participated in their decision-making,. Challenges and opportunities in treating hispanic/latino patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus effect of hispanic/latino culture on personal relationships and beliefs effect of hispanic/latino culture on lifestyle and body image effect of hispanic/latino culture on attitudes regarding type 2 diabetes mellitus. To examine maternal beliefs and practices related to weight status, child feeding, and child overweight in the latino culture that may contribute to the rising rates of overweight among preschool latino weight-related attitudes and behaviors of adolescent boys and girls who are encouraged to diet by their mothers.
School or greater) as factors, were conducted examining the mothers' per- sonal attitudes and beliefs regarding parental involvement role definition the analysis indicated a significant main effect for mater- nal educationalon parents' role definition in their children's education f(1,155) latina parent involvement. Full text abstract: this qualitative study explored values, attitudes, and beliefs held by mexican-origin mothers of preschool-aged children to enhance understanding.
Shift in teachers' attitudes and beliefs about latino/latina immigrants (d) elicit teachers' empathy for latino/latina immigrant students and parents and (e) motivate supportive and culturally sensitive behaviors among teachers yo veo centers on an award-winning series of photographs crossings: dream of the rich north. Three themes were identified: (i) mothers' cultural beliefs about health that are barriers to family health (ii) mothers as primary caretakers of their family's health and (iii) attitudes about targeting children's weight mothers acknowledged the idea that 'chubby is better' is a misperception, yet having a 'chubby'. Objective: to examine attitudes and beliefs related to help-seeking for depression among an international sample of pregnant women, a majority of whom were spanish-speakers residing in latin america methods: more than 6 000 (n = 6 672) pregnant women met eligibility criteria and consented to participate.
It was hypothesized (h2) that compared to non-latinas, latina participants would report different attitudes regarding sex, contraception, and pregnancy it was predicted that latinas would report lower levels of comfort with sexual communication and would have stronger beliefs that contraception was immoral it was also.
Myths that support a negative attitude toward latino students and parents in schools our more than thirty years of and teacher attitudes toward latino people, especially latino immigrants, was typi- cally based on limited marita has strong inca beliefs learned from her mother's side “i consider myself a “ chola,” a white. The authors studied the perceptions, attitudes, and beliefs about deafness and disability in 9 hispanic families with deaf children most parents expressed positive or neutral feelings about deafness some parents attributed deafness to divine will and others to hereditary or physical insult still some parents reported that. Hispanic immigrants constitute the largest and fastest growing groups of minorities in the united states according to the 2010 census, there are 505 million hispanics in the united states, making up 163% of the total population ( passel, cohn & lopez, 2011) furthermore, the state of florida is home to 4223806 hispanics. Some of these studies have only included latinos,4,7 and others that assessed attitudes across racial/ethnic groups found few differences13 additionally, little is known about the underlying beliefs and values that shape ideas about which partner or partners have responsibility for contraception and how these might vary by.