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Caring for Women Cross-Culturally by Patricia Hill, Juliene Lipson, Afaf Ibrahim Meleis

By Patricia Hill, Juliene Lipson, Afaf Ibrahim Meleis

Texas Women's Univ., Dallas. entire resource of culturally proper details for these supplying prone to immigrant and minority ladies. meant to alert the supplier to strength difficulties encountered at convinced developmental phases or while facing delicate themes. Softcover. DNLM: Transcultural Nursing--methods.

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Ps 8/12/02 2:54 PM Page 8 Copyright © 2003 by F. A. Davis. of network, and nature of support will influence the progress toward the healthy resolution of stress, fear, and the uncertainty inherent in the immigration transition. The effects of life transitions may be cumulative. If issues related to one transition are not resolved, they may be aggravated when another transition arises. This cumulative effect results in a different experience for immigrant women than for women who have not immigrated.

Their dress, language, religious practices, food preferences, or other characteristics may distinguish them. Marginalization increases as the person or group moves farther away from practices of those at the center. The center is determined by the majority and populated by more powerful mainstream people. The majority of people tend to allow marginalized people little power and tend not to understand them. Therefore, marginalized people learn to be secretive and to guard information that may expose or further compound their marginalization.

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