• Working in groups valued, collaborative approach to problem solving.
• Use of indirect cues and musical aspects of communication • Respect for elders; strong support for education • socialized to be good and fearful about being judged negatively
• Religion is very important, strong spiritual orientation • Extended family is very important and friends
• Groups- the good of the group and duty to others • Communication- Indirect cues and preservation of harmony
• Life view- Tradition, harmony, hard work
• Interactions- Person-oriented, self-denial, selfdiscipline
• Religion- Polytheistic, spiritual, ancestor worship • Family- central focus of the individual
• Children- viewed as extensions of their parents and close physical contact as a child.
• Groups –work in groups is valued
• Communication-High context culture
• Life view- well educated is to have skills in personal relationship
• Interactions-warm interpersonal interactions
• Religion- Spiritual, mystical belief, natural healers • Family- Respect for elderly, and importance of extended family.
• Children- Parents are nurturing and permissive independence is not fostered. Parent and child relationships is very important.
AIDS SURVIVAL PROJECT
• Outreach is to help African American people who currently have HIV reach out to resources that are available for them.
• Aids was introduced as a African American Disease.
There was not a lot of information so people made the assumption of how you contacted Aids.
• Teach that Aids does not discriminate against color.
• Teach coping skills when someone acts negative towards a person with Aids.
DFCS FOOD STAMP OUTREACH
• DFCS targets the Hispanic communities to educate them on services that are available.
DEFACS hired bi-lingual workers to help with the information process.
• Latino people are family oriented, they may live in a house with several family members, people who don’t understand the cultural tend to want to assume that they live her send all their money back to their home land.
• Educate Latino’s about resources available in the
US, educate them you don’t have to be a US
Citizen to receive services.
• Inform them where they can go for resources, addresses, phone numbers, help get in contact of someone who speaks Spanish to help further the process.
AAPOG Community Outreach
• Address the bullying that Asian people have endured. • Helping Asian children learn to deal with bullying, what to do, who to go to for help.
• Asian cultural have endured bullying but the different cultural in the US, it effects children as well as Adults. It can happen at school, in the work force, buying a house, which neighborhoods to live in.
• Teaching the Asian cultural how to addresses bullying. Giving resources to help address with the situation, numbers for the police, children need to report bullying to their principal, parents need to follow up if the bullying is happening at school.
Reducing Bias Ramification
• Cultural Diversity Training for
Human Service Workers
• Working Closely with Diverse
• Identify Specific Community
• Applying Pro Active Changes to
The first thing we would need to look at would be a cultural diversity or cultural sensitivity training program for all human service employees to attend. This would address many different ideologies within certain communities that employees may or may