jewish - People of Jewish Heritage Macro Aspects of Model...

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People of Jewish Heritage
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Macro Aspects of Model Oppression World War II / holocaust Religiosity
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Global society Community Family Person Health
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Overview, Inhabited Localities, Topography Hebrew, Israelite, Jew Reform, 31% Conservative, 32% Orthodox, 8% Reconstructionism, 2% Defined by common religion Immigrated globally, then to US
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Overview, Inhabited Localities, Topography Child born to Jewish mother is Jewish
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Heritage and Residence Arrived in US, 1624 escaping from the inquisition in Brazil 2.3% US population Concentrated in NE (NY & NJ) I SE (FL) Prefer to live close to communities c religious services
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Migration and Economics Religious tolerance, fleeing pogroms Ashkensazi – 82%, eastern Europe Sephardic – rest of world
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Educational Status and Occupations Anti-Jewish bias in all centuries Value life-long learning, “People of the Book” Focus on social justice Professions, banking, retail
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Communication -Language and Dialects English Hebrew for religious purposes Yiddish, a Judeo-German dialect Many Yiddish phrases in American English Contextual use of the language Self-criticism via humor Actions speak louder than words
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Communication –Cultural Communication Patterns Openly express feelings Self-criticism via humor Actions speak louder than words Modesty, humility
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Communication -Contextual Use of the language High or low context consistent with country they immigrated from
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Touch and spatial distance Hasidic men not touch a female not his wife, female RNs touch only in direct care Non-orthodox touch and close spacial distance
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Time and temporality Past, present, future Lunar & solar calendar
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2011 for the course NURS 226 taught by Professor Fuller during the Spring '09 term at South Carolina.

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