Chapter 3 - A B C D Ans A B C D Ans A Which question should...

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1. Which question should the nurse ask when assessing the sociocultural aspects of a patient's family? A) Citizenship B) Occupation C) Education level D) Family structure Ans: D Feedback: Family structure is a lifestyle area that is culturally determined. Citizenship, occupation, and education level are influenced by culture but on an individual basis. 2. The nurse suspects that an adolescent patient from the inner city stereotypes other people. Which statement did the patient make that caused the nurse to come to this conclusion? 3. A young patient tells the nurse that it is taboo to date before the age of 18 years. How should the nurse interpret this patient's statement? A) Everyone dates before the age of 18 years.
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B) Dating before the age of 18 years is not permitted. C) Dating before the age of 18 years can be done with permission. D) Dating before the age of 18 years is permitted in large groups only. Ans: B Feedback: A taboo is an action that is not acceptable to a culture. Dating before the age of 18 years being taboo means that it is not permitted to be done. This does not mean that everyone dates before the age of 18 years or that dating is done with permission or in large groups only. 4. Which nursing action supports a 2020 National Health Goal that addresses cultural diversity?
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