The module readings explored barriers to cross-cultural communication and the im
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The module readings explored barriers to cross-cultural communication and the importance of respecting and accepting cultural differences in working with individuals and communities in health services delivery.
For this assignment, consider the following case and how you would react to actions/events taking place in another culture. In April 2019, Megan Specia reported in the New York Times about changes that have taken place in Brunei. These changes include the plans to enforce Islamic law on the LGBT community with the likelihood of stoning to death and amputation if found guilty. Read the article entitled Facing Uproar, Brunei Says Stoning Law Is Meant to ‘Educate’ and ‘Nurture.’ In a 3- to 5-page paper, address the following:
Discuss the feelings this article evoked in you. This should be in the first person.
Discuss the external forces that impact the evolution of this culture, including factors beyond the information presented in the article. You will need to do some research for this.
Discuss the impact that barriers to communication had on your reaction including:
Discuss how this information can assist you as a health practitioner. Again, this should be in the first person.
Note: In your write-up, use section headings for each question and subheadings for each of the sub-categories.
Use information from your module readings/articles as well as appropriate research to support your selection.
Length: The Case Assignment should be 3-5 pages long (double-spaced).
Assessment and Grading: Your paper will be assessed based on the performance assessment rubric that is linked within the course. Review it before you begin working on the assignment. Your work should adhere to these MSHS Assignment Expectations.
Purnell, L. (2005). The Purnell model for cultural competence [Electronic version]. Journal of Multicultural Nursing & Health, 11(2), 7-15.