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Cultural competence is a set of practices, attitudes and procedures that enable agencies, organizations and businesspeople to effectively interact with other cultures. Components of cultural competence include cross-cult... More »

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Cultural competence is becoming an invaluable tenet of modern nursing due to increasing minority populations in the United States and an emphasis on patient-centric, individualized care in hospitals. Nurses must establis... More »

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Societies experience the effects of ethnocentrism when citizens have a distinct set of cultural norms and customs, and view traditions and practices used by other people around the world as inferior, odd or abnormal. Peo... More »

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Police subculture is a distinctive set of beliefs, values, attitudes and behaviors that are shared amongst the majority of officers working in police organizations. In the view of the FBI, most officers learn and become ... More »

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Some common internships for psychology students include work in social service and mental health organizations, private practices, clinical research centers, hospitals, and government agencies. Undergraduate students typ... More »

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