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***The interviews are completed, I just need help turning them into a paper.***Written Paper: Using the “Family Interview” template, interview your designated family member and the person from another culture. Be sure to write your responses in a way that will assist you in writing your paper. After the interview is completed, write a paper of 750-1,000 words that includes the following: An introductory paragraph with the reasons for selecting the interviewees.A summary of the responses from the interview template gathered from the interviewees.A comparison and contrast of your findings between the two interviewees.A reflective concluding paragraph on how family roles affect the cultural domains and relationships for each individual. General Requirements: Submit both the completed “Family Interview” template and the written paper” to the instructor. Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required. This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.
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Course Code
HLT-324V
Class Code
HLT-324V-O500
Criteria
Content
Percentage
80.0%
Compare and Contrast Family Cultures
80.0%
Organization and Effectiveness
17.0%
Thesis Development and Purpose
6.0%
Paragraph Development and Transitions
6.0%
Mechanics of Writing (includes spelling,
punctuation, grammar, language use)
5.0%
Format
3.0%
Paper Format (use of appropriate style for the
major and assignment)
1.0%
Research Citations (in-text citations for
paraphrasing and direct quotes, and reference
page listing and formatting, as appropriate to
assignment)
2.0%
Total Weightage
100%
Family Interview – Compare and Contrast Cultures Paper
Unsatisfactory (0.00%)
Assignment does not demonstrate an understanding of the
differences between family cultures. Interview template is
not present, and the interview summary does not address the
required questions.
Paper lacks any discernible overall purpose or organizing
claim.
Paragraphs and transitions consistently lack unity and
coherence. No apparent connections between paragraphs are
established. Transitions are inappropriate to purpose and
scope. Organization is disjointed.
Surface errors are pervasive enough that they impede
communication of meaning. Inappropriate word choice
and/or sentence construction are used.
Template is not used appropriately, or documentation format
is rarely followed correctly.
No reference page is included. No citations are used.
150.0
Less than Satisfactory (65.00%)
Assignment demonstrates only a minimal understanding of
differences and similarities between family cultures.
Assignment includes only a minimal summary of interview,
and an overall understanding of cultural differences is not
demonstrated.
Thesis and/or main claim are insufficiently developed and/or
vague; purpose is not clear.
Some paragraphs and transitions may lack logical progression
of ideas, unity, coherence, and/or cohesiveness. Some degree
of organization is evident.
Frequent and repetitive mechanical errors distract the
reader. Inconsistencies in language choice (register) and/or
word choice are present. Sentence structure is correct but
not varied.
Appropriate template is used, but some elements are missing
or mistaken. A lack of control with formatting is apparent.
Reference page is present. Citations are inconsistently used.
Satisfactory (75.00%)
Assignment demonstrates knowledge of different family
cultures and structures. Interview questions are lacking in
content, and fewer than 10 questions are present.
Assignment shows an understanding of differences between
cultures, but examples from interviews are not fully
explained.
Thesis and/or main claim are apparent and appropriate to
purpose.
Paragraphs are generally competent, but ideas may show
some inconsistency in organization and/or in their
relationships to each other.
Some mechanical errors or typos are present, but are not
overly distracting to the reader. Correct and varied sentence
structure and audience-appropriate language are employed.
Appropriate template is used. Formatting is correct, although
some minor errors may be present.
Reference page is included and lists sources used in the
paper. Sources are appropriately documented, although
some errors may be present
Good (85.00%)
Assignment describes most of the main concepts regarding
family cultures. Examples are present, and a basic
understanding is demonstrated. Interview questions are
detailed, but an additional three questions are not developed
as required.
Thesis and/or main claim are clear and forecast the
development of the paper. It is descriptive and reflective of
the arguments and appropriate to the purpose.
A logical progression of ideas between paragraphs is
apparent. Paragraphs exhibit a unity, coherence, and
cohesiveness. Topic sentences and concluding remarks are
appropriate to purpose.
Prose is largely free of mechanical errors, although a few may
be present. The writer uses a variety of effective sentence
structures and figures of speech.
Appropriate template is fully used. There are virtually no
errors in formatting style.
Reference page is present and fully inclusive of all cited
sources. Documentation is appropriate and citation style is
usually correct.
Excellent (100.00%)
Comments
Assignment clearly describes all the main concepts
surrounding family cultures. A full summary of the interview
is given, with a minimum of 10 questions. Assignment clearly
describes the differences and similarities between the
cultures, as well as the roles the cultures share. Strong
evidence of critical thinking is demonstrated.
Thesis and/or main claim are comprehensive; contained
within the thesis is the essence of the paper. Thesis
statement makes the purpose of the paper clear.
There is a sophisticated construction of paragraphs and
transitions. Ideas progress and relate to each other.
Paragraph and transition construction guide the reader.
Paragraph structure is seamless.
Writer is clearly in command of standard, written, academic
English.
All format elements are correct.
In-text citations and a reference page are complete and
correct. The documentation of cited sources is free of error.
Points Earned
Family Interview
HLT-324V: Transcultural Health Care
College of Nursing and Health Care Professions
When conducting the “Family Interview,” please make sure that you inform the individual you
choose to interview that you will be using their responses in a compare and contrast cultural
paper for HLT-324V. It is important that people give you approval to use their personal stories
prior to doing so. Please use this template and the following questions below when conducting
your interviews. In addition to these questions, you are required to ask another three questions,
which you are to include on this template. Please submit this template with your paper by the
end of Module 2.
1. What are your family roles/gender roles? How are they the same as or different from
those traditionally practiced by your culture (who is the head of the household, who
makes decisions, how are decisions made, etc.)?
2. What does your culture and family see as primary family goals (education, marriage,
etc.)?
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3. What is your culture’s view on alternative lifestyles (living together prior to marriage,
domestic partnerships, single parenting, etc.)?
4. What are your family’s religious beliefs, and have they changed over generations?
5. What are your family’s spiritual beliefs around death and dying?
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6. What are your culture’s education and occupational status within the family unit?
7. What is your culture’s preferred communication methods (verbal and nonverbal)?
8. What are your beliefs regarding health care?
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9. Do you have any cultural beliefs about nutrition or diet?
10. Are there any conflicts between your religious beliefs and your personal beliefs?
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Family Interview
HLT-324V: Transcultural Health Care
College of Nursing and Health Care Professions
When conducting the “Family Interview,” please make sure that you inform the individual you
choose to interview that you will be using their responses in a compare and contrast cultural
paper for HLT-324V. It is important that people give you approval to use their personal stories
prior to doing so. Please use this template and the following questions below when conducting
your interviews. In addition to these questions, you are required to ask another three questions,
which you are to include on this template. Please submit this template with your paper by the
end of Module 2.
Interview conducted with T. Hase
1. What are your family roles/gender roles? How are they the same as or different from
those traditionally practiced by your culture (who is the head of the household, who
makes decisions, how are decisions made, etc.)?
Traditional Japanese. Patriarch-centric.
Father was a MD – Gastroenterology )1st generation Japanese came to America on a Fulbright
Scholarship
Mom: BS Science Hematology – Penn State: 2nd Generation Parents were farmers in California
until WW@ when they were placed into an internment camp in Arizona.
Maternal Grandmother & Grandfather lived with family and raised the children – Grandmother
Immigrated from Japan and Grandfather was born in Hawaii.
Father was head of household but mother worked and grandparents were the cregivers.
2. What does your culture and family see as primary family goals (education, marriage,
etc.)?
Education, duty, obligation, achievement.
3. What is your culture’s view on alternative lifestyles (living together prior to marriage,
domestic partnerships, single parenting, etc.)?
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Japanese culture is centered on the welfare of the many superseding the welfare of the one.
Being ostracized and cast from your group was the ultimate shame and punishment. Alternative
lifestyles are representations of individual choice (or putting one’s self before one’s group) and
while these choices might be publicly tolerated are privately disdained.
4. What are your family’s religious beliefs, and have they changed over generations?
Originally a divided household with Buddhism and Christianity practiced separately by father
and mother. Evolved into a largely secular belief system over time.
5. What are your family’s spiritual beliefs around death and dying?
Make the most out of your life because death is inevitable. Cremation after death no particular
mourning period or rituals.
6. What are your culture’s education and occupational status within the family unit?
Father was a highly educated, medical doctor. Mother was college educated and also employed
as a healthcare professional. Both parents worked while concurrently raising a family.
Grandparents managed the household and raised the children.
7. What is your culture’s preferred communication methods (verbal and nonverbal)?
Family was extremely stoic and displayed few emotions; the focus was more on actions than
words. Direct eye contact with strangers was culturally discouraged as were any outward
displays of weakness. Intellectual, physical, or emotional weakness was suppressed, and any
demonstrations brought shame. Everything was internalized and hidden from public scrutiny.
8. What are your beliefs regarding health care?
Father was a doctor, grandfather was a dentist, great-grandfather was a doctor, uncles were either
doctors or dentists, family friends were all doctors. It goes without saying that the family was
intrinsically very pro-health care.
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9. Do you have any cultural beliefs about nutrition or diet?
Japanese consume a lot of salt (pickled vegetables and soy sauce) and starch (rice) but balance
that with a preference of seafood over beef. Consequently, many Japanese suffer from
hypertension.
10. Are there any conflicts between your religious beliefs and your personal beliefs?
No. Myself and my families personal and religious beliefs remain consistent.
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Family Interview
HLT-324V: Transcultural Health Care
College of Nursing and Health Care Professions
When conducting the “Family Interview,” please make sure that you inform the individual you
choose to interview that you will be using their responses in a compare and contrast cultural
paper for HLT-324V. It is important that people give you approval to use their personal stories
prior to doing so. Please use this template and the following questions below when conducting
your interviews. In addition to these questions, you are required to ask another three questions,
which you are to include on this template. Please submit this template with your paper by the
end of Module 2.
Interview conducted with Y. Tsombanidis
1. What are your family roles/gender roles? How are they the same as or different from
those traditionally practiced by your culture (who is the head of the household, who
makes decisions, how are decisions made, etc.)?
In my family my wife Michelle and I discuss all decisions that affect the family. My role is to
work and bring in the money, my wife’s role is to look after my son, manage the finances and
investments.
My mother is Filipino, my original father was Greek, my stepfather is Hungarian. My parents
immigrated to Australia in the 1970’s.
In Greek culture the father makes the decisions and supports the family but with the death of my
father my mother stepped in as the head of the household.
I grew up with a working mother that made all the decisions and managed everything for the
family. My father worked but my mother earned more.
2. What does your culture and family see as primary family goals (education, marriage,
etc.)?
Australia is a country of immigrants, Australian immigrant culture I believe is to strive for a
better and easier life than your parents had.
Get a education, get married have kids, start a business/get a good job, buy a house, buy a
holiday house and retire early.
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3. What is your culture’s view on alternative lifestyles (living together prior to marriage,
domestic partnerships, single parenting, etc.)?
In my family there was no need to move out till you get married.
Australians are built up of so many different nationalities that there are no social expectations,
there might be expectations passed down through the family on how to live your life but still my
family has never pushed any expectations on me that conflicted with the Australian “easy going”
lifestyle.
4. What are your family’s religious beliefs, and have they changed over generations?
My father was Greek Orthodox
My mother is Catholic
I am Greek orthodox but I go to a Catholic church.
My wife is Catholic.
My mothers’ beliefs were never pushed on me, my wife and I have chosen to go to church as a
good habit to instill in my child.
5. What are your family’s spiritual beliefs around death and dying?
We believe life goes on after death, but not too sure on what happens next.
6. What are your culture’s education and occupational status within the family unit?
Australian culture I believe considers occupation more respected than education.
7. What is your culture’s preferred communication methods (verbal and nonverbal)?
I would say my family is very verbal with hand gestures and tone of voice as tools, yet I don’t
think we were better communicators.
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8. What are your beliefs regarding health care?
Australia has universal health care that is tax funded and cheap additional private health care
where I chose what provider. The down side is the high tax rate.
If America could provide the same at a low tax rate I would vote for that.
9. Do you have any cultural beliefs about nutrition or diet?
We believe Americans eat too much and the portion size is too big.
In Australia portion size is smaller with focus placed on organic, grass fed, free range,
sustainable produce.
10. Are there any conflicts between your religious beliefs and your personal beliefs?
We have always had a common sense approach to religion and never allowed man made dogma
to make us lose sight of the greater message.
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Family Interview Compare and Contrast
Cultures Paper
It is important to identify and understand your own family culture in order to be able to understand and respect
other cultures. Interview a family member, and an individual from another culture with which you are unfamiliar.
Some examples of an individual from another culture to consider for the assignment include a neighbor, coworker,
patient, or friend. Please inform the individuals of the purpose of this assignment and make sure you receive
their consent.
Interviews:
Review the “Family Interview” template prior to the interview. Additional space is designated on the template for
you to create three additional questions to ask both interviewees (family member and person from another
culture). Additional questions should be relevant to the readings or discussion and should provide value to the
interview by helping to understand culture.
Some of the questions may include:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Family beliefs: Have they changed over generations?
Educational and occupational status in the culture and in the family
Communication methods: verbal and nonverbal
Current family goals/priorities
Family member roles and organizational systems
Spiritual beliefs: current practice and death and dying
Alternative lifestyles
Work attitudes and structure
Written Paper:
Using the “Family Interview” template, interview your designated family member and the person from another
culture. Be sure to write your responses in a way that will assist you in writing your paper. After the interview is
completed, write a paper of 750-1,000 words that includes the following:
1.
2.
3.
4.
An introductory paragraph with the reasons for selecting the interviewees.
A summary of the responses from the interview template gathered from the interviewees.
A comparison and contrast of your findings between the two interviewees.
A reflective concluding paragraph on how family roles affect the cultural domains and relationships for
each individual.
General Requirements:
Submit both the completed “Family Interview” template and the written paper” to the instructor.
Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student
Success Center. An abstract is not required.
This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with
the expectations for successful completion.
You are required to submit this assignment to LopesWrite. Refer to the LopesWrite Technical
Support articles for assistance.
Attachments HLT-324V-RS-FamilyInterviewTemplate.docx
Rubric
Attempt Start Date: 22-Apr-2019 at 12:00:00 AM
Due Date: 28-Apr-2019 at 11:59:59 PM
Maximum Points: 150.0

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