8 Mar 15
P 32 #4
When it comes to the framework of public health, this was a year-long information gathering phase with the Evaluation Working Group and representatives throughout the CDC (cdc.gov, 2015). When it comes to the framework that was contributed to the public health pyramid that was presented within the text, they sort of mirror each other in a way that both programs are dealing with the public, their health and well-being, and organizations that are geared towards being community-based. Both programs are trying to find ...view middle of the document...
Both programs also have to display the need of the programs, the context and services of the program, the ethical aspect and the gathering of evidence that is the proof that the programs are working efficiently and effectively.
P 70 #1
The linguistic diversity of a target audience would affect programs being planned at each level of the public pyramid by the following measures:
-cultural destructiveness – which would be at the least tolerant end of the continuum, that includes the attitudes and practices that one culture may promote and belief that they are superior over another cultural group.
-cultural incapacity – would promote one culture over another, creating the ‘separate but equal’ mindset with this discrimination and segregation between the groups.
-cultural blindness – the unbiased belief that all are treated and looked upon as being alike, not being able to recognize mistakes and other ideas and concepts that every situation may not work for every group.
-cultural openness – being receptive to difficult cultures and having knowledge about other cultures.
-cultural competence – respecting other cultures and actively seeking advice about other cultures, their beliefs and way.
-cultural proficiency – which is the most tolerate end of the continuum that shows that all are actively involved with other cultures, their beliefs and ways.