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2.This is incorrect. The British culture is considered individualistic; therefore, the nurse wouldanticipate that this patient will be encouraged to express him- or herself.3.This is correct. The Arab culture is considered collectivistic; therefore, the nurse wouldanticipate this patient to be discouraged from expressing him- or herself.Btestbanks.comDownloaded by Rachael Rach ([email protected])lOMoARcPSD|19018464
4.This is correct. The Asian-Indian culture is considered collectivistic; therefore, the nursewould anticipate this patient to be discouraged from expressing him- or herself.5.This is correct. The Japanese culture is considered collectivistic; therefore, the nurse wouldanticipate this patient to be discouraged from expressing him- or herself.PTS: 1CON: Communication | Diversity25. ANS: 1, 2, 3Chapter number and title: 3, Cultural ConsiderationsChapter learning objective: Distinguishing the cultural attributes of collectivistic and individualistic culturesChapter page reference: 030-034Heading: Individualism versus CollectivismIntegrated Processes: Nursing Process3PlanningClient Need: Psychosocial IntegrityCognitive level: Comprehension [Understanding]Concept: DiversityDifficulty: EasyFeedback1.This is correct. A patient of German descent is likely to have individualistic cultural attributes;therefore, this practice is anticipated.2.This is correct. A patient of German descent is likely to have individualistic cultural attributes;therefore, this practice is anticipated.3.This is correct. A patient of German descent is likely to have individualistic cultural attributes;therefore, this practice is anticipated.4.This is incorrect. This would be anticipated for a patient with collectivistic cultural attributes.5.This is incorrect. This would be anticipated for a patient with collectivistic cultural attributes.PTS: 1CON: Diversity26. ANS: 4, 5Chapter number and title: 3, Cultural ConsiderationsChapter learning objective: Distinguishing the cultural attributes of collectivistic and individualistic culturesChapter page reference: 030-034Heading: Individualism versus CollectivismIntegrated Processes: Nursing Process3PlanningClient Need: Psychosocial IntegrityCognitive level: Comprehension [Understanding]Concept: DiversityDifficulty: EasyFeedback1.This is incorrect. This would be anticipated for a patient with individualistic cultural attributes.2.This is incorrect. This would be anticipated for a patient with individualistic cultural attributes.3.This is incorrect. This would be anticipated for a patient with individualistic cultural attributes.4.This is correct. An Alaskan Native patient is likely to have collectivistic cultural attributes;therefore, this practice should be anticipated by the nurse.5.This is correct. An Alaskan Native patient is likely to have collectivistic cultural attributes;therefore, this practice should be anticipated by the nurse.PTS: 1CON: DiversityDownloaded by Rachael Rach ([email protected])lOMoARcPSD|19018464

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