Aspects of Family

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Discussion – Family Values

Post your responses by 2359 Wednesday

Post your replies to peers by 2359 Saturday

Topic

One of the terms we often see in the media is “family values.” In Chapter 13, page 353 of the

textbook, Friedman et al. define family values as “a system of ideas, attitudes, and beliefs about

the worth of an entity or concept that consciously and unconsciously bind together the members

of a family in a common culture (Parad & Caplan, 1965).”

Clearly, the true meaning of “family values” is complex. However, one thing is clear: family

values serve as general guides to behavior and they shape the family’s patterns of behavior

related to health care. Beginning on page 355, there is a detailed discussion of American Core

Values. One of these values (see page 363) relates to quality of life and maintaining health.

Friedman et al. indicate that maintaining health is becoming a major value within the American

culture along with people actively participating in their healthcare decisions rather than passively

receiving healthcare intervention.

a) From your professional and/or personal experiences, give one example of a person or

family whose health-related behaviors appeared to have been driven by this American

Core Value, and identify the social class, culture/ethnicity, and age range of the primary

person(s) involved.

b) From your professional and /or personal experiences, give one example of a person or

family whose health-related behaviors appeared to have been driven by an alternative

value in which healthcare intervention was passively received. Identify the social class,

culture/ethnicity, and age range of the primary person(s) involved.

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Rubric

Late Initial Discussion responses will be penalized 5 points for every day late. There

will be no credit given for late peer responses.

Discussion

Response

Exceptional

Superior

Acceptable

Unacceptable

Submitted on time*

(10 points)

Response is posted by

due date/time for each

question

(10 points)

Response is posted by

due date/time for each

question

(10 points)

Response is posted by

due date/time for each

question

(10 points)

Response is NOT

posted by the due date

and time for each

question

(0 points)

Length of Response

(10 points)

Response is 101–200

words.

(10 points)

Response is 51–100

words.

(5 points)

Response is a

minimum of 50 words.

(3 points)

Response is less than

50 words.

(0 points)

Incorporates Key

Concepts

(20 points)

Response is

substantive and

incorporatesN3352

key concepts and

principles.

(20 points)

Response briefly refers

to some N3352 key

concepts and

principles.

(15 points)

Response refers to

only one N3352 key

concept or principle.

(10 points)

Response refers to no

N3352 key concepts or

principles.

(0 points)

Includes Specific

Examples

(10 points)

Response includes

specific, personal, or

professional

examples

(10 points)

Response includes

specific, personal, or

professional

examples

(10 points)

Response includes a

general, personal, or

professional example

(7 points)

Response does not

include a personal or

professional

example

(0 points)

Replies to Peers Exceptional Superior Acceptable Unacceptable

Quantity of Replies

(10 points)

Substantive replies

are posted to 2 o r

more peer

comments

(10 points)

Replies are posted to 2

peer comments.

(8 points)

Replies are posted to 1

peer comment(s).

(5 points)

Reply is NOT posted to

a peer’s comments

(0 points)

Timely Posting of

Replies *

(10 points)

Reply is posted on

time

(10 points)

Reply is posted on

time

( 10 points)

Reply is posted on

time

( 10 points)

Reply is NOT posted

on time (0 points)

Length of Reply

(10 points)

Each reply is over 50

words.

(10 points)

Each reply is a

minimum of 50 words.

(7 points)

At least one reply is a

minimum of 50 words.

(5 points)

Replies are of

unacceptable

length.

(0 points)

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Relates to Content

( 20 points)

Each reply relates

substantively to the

peer’s comment and

incorporates N3352

key concepts and

principles.

( 20 points)

Each reply relates to

the peer’s comment

and refers briefly to

N3352 key concepts

and principles.

( 15 points)

Reply relates to the

peer’s comments.

( 10 points)

Replies do not relate to

the peer’s comments.

(0 points)

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Cultural Assessment Assignment

Submit by 2359 Saturday of Module 3.

Name: Date:

Overview

View a movie of your choice from the list below. While watching the movie, assess the movie family’s characteristics and behaviors relative to the assessment criteria discussed in the class notes and textbook readings. Address each criterion including specific examples from the movie to validate your analysis. You must use references (textbook, class notes, others) and these must be cited throughout your paper. Submit your analysis in this document, typed using APA format. Limit is three (3) content pages.

Choose one of these movies:

Hotel Rowanda Under the Same Moon Home for the Holidays

Moonstruck Selena Bend It Like Beckham

Crash Snow Falling on Cedars Australia

The Help The Butler

If you want to select a movie other than those on the list, please obtain prior approval from your instructor.

Objectives

· Explore cultural differences among families.

Rubric

Cultural Assessment Expert

35 points max

Acceptable

At least 26 points

Unacceptable

Less than 26 points

Introduction

(6 points)

Introduction is present and forecasts content of the paper.

(5-6 points)

Introduction is present and forecasts content of paper.

(3-4 points)

Sketchy introduction is present or introduction is missing

(0-2 point)

Description of Movie Family

(9 points)

Comprehensive description

of family, including setting and

context of story

(8-9 points)

General description

of family, including setting

and context of story

(5-7 points)

Incomplete description of family, setting, and/or context of story

(0-4 point)

Family Processes

(25 points)

Complete and accurate assessment of the family’s culture and ethnic traits and how these influence the following:

· Sociocultural

· Environmental

· Communication

· Power/decision making

· Roles

(24-25 points)

Complete description of 4 of these processes and general description of 1:

· Sociocultural

· Environmental

· Communication

· Power/decision making

· Roles

(13-23 points)

General description of at least 2 processes and complete description of up to 3:

· Sociocultural

· Environmental

· Communication

· Power/decision making

· Roles

(0-12 points)

Values

(9 points)

Socialization & Child Rearing

(9 points)

Healthcare Beliefs and Practices

(9 points)

Adaptation

(9 points)

· Clearly describes the family values as demonstrated in the movie. (8-9 points)

· Clearly describes the family dynamics of socialization and child rearing.

(8-9 points)

· Clearly depicts the healthcare beliefs and practices of the family.

(8-9 points)

· Clearly shows the ability of the family to adapt to new situations and stress.

(8-9 points)

· Adequately describes the family values as demonstrated in the movie. (6-7 points)

· Adequately describes the family dynamics of socialization and child rearing. (6-7 points)

· Adequately depicts the healthcare beliefs and practices of the family.

(6-7 points)

· Adequately shows the ability of the family to adapt to new situations and stress.

(6-7 points)

· Inadequately describes the family values as demonstrated in the movie. (0-5 point)

· Inadequately describes the family dynamics of socialization and child rearing. (0-5 point)

· Inadequately depicts the healthcare beliefs and practices of the family. (0-5 point)

· Inadequately shows the ability of the family to adapt to new situations and stress. (0-5point)

Assessment of Development or

Functional Competency1

(6 points)

Comprehensive assessment of the family’s level of development or functional competency1 (Severely Disturbed, Borderline, Mid-range, Adequate, or Optimal)

(5-6 points)

Adequate assessment of the family’s level of development or functional competency1.

(3-4 point)

Inadequate assessment of the family’s level of development or functional competency1.

(0-2 points)

Summary/

Conclusion

(6 points)

Includes summary and conclusions

(5-6 points)

Includes summary and conclusions

(3-4 points)

Missing summary and/or conclusions

(0-2 points)

Format and Quality of Writing

(12 points)

Error-free or almost error-free grammar, spelling, punctuation, APA format, and length is within guidelines

(11-12 points)

Generally error-free grammar, spelling, punctuation, APA format, and length is within guidelines

(6-10 points)

Error-filled grammar, spelling, punctuation, and/or APA format, and/or length not within guidelines.

(0-5 point)

¹ Use the Beavers Systems Model for this overall determination of the family’s level of development or functional competency.

Instructions

Review the Rubric to guide your work on the Cultural Assessment, using appropriate subheadings in your work. Type into the text boxes provided.

Your page count begins on the next page

Introduction

Description of Movie Family

Assessment of Culture and Ethnic Traits

Assessment of Development or Functional Competency

Summary/Conclusion

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Family Nursing: Research, Theory, and Practice (5th ed.) Chapters 18 – 20

Citation: Friedman, M. M., Bowden, V. R., & Jones, E. G. (2003). Family nursing: Research, theory, and practice (5th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Class Notes – Culture

These notes are provided by your instructor to highlight and extend topics in your textbook readings.

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