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    f you go for Nyonya Chinese i can give you loads of resources

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    Its for my aged care coarse as we are looking at cultures as i will come across many different ones.while working.

    The questions are fairly basic such as

    -how are the values and beliefs of this culture different from your own in things such as family, sex and marriage, spiritual beliefs, social interraction, diet, attitudes to health and exercise

    - are the attitudes to the disabled and elderly different in this culture

    - describe ways to communicate with the non verbal of this culture

    - potential conflicts such as language barriers, religious beliefs etc.

    They are just some of the questions and i want a really interesting culture, something that will make me want to do more research because its interesting. I was originally thinking Aboriginal but quute a few people are doing that so i want something different.

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    One of the matrilineal tribes in Asia. Amazing people.

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    Maybe choose a group you are more likely to come across in your area?

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    Asian or Muslim - very different to our western ways, ESPECIALLY with how they treat their elders.

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    Thanks for all the suggestions.

    Anyone else have any?

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    Afghani.

    My aunt works with refugees and its just amazing the way these people live and how much they give.

    There will be a few in aged care as lots of them try to bring their elderly out here to get away from the horror at home.

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    I work in aged care and the biggest ethnicity group in my facility, apart from Australians, is Italians so based on that, that's the culture I would personally research.


 

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