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Roles of Men and Women

Roles of Men and Women : Cultural Differences in Speech Therapy #3

Roles of Men and Women is part of a 10-essay series.  New? Start here:  Cultural Differences in Speech Therapy and Assessment Gender roles vary across cultures and influence many areas, including education, ownership, choice of profession, and decision-making authority in the family (Tomoeda & Bayles, 2002). Traditionally, some cultures have

Views of Time and Space

Views of Time and Space : Cultural Differences in Speech Therapy #2

Views of Time and Space is part of a 10-essay series.  New? Start here:  Cultural Differences in Speech Therapy and Assessment Views of Time and Space is a cultural parameter that refers to how strictly a culture adheres to a schedule. Some cultures emphasize punctuality, while others are more event-oriented.

Individualism versus Collectivism

Individualism versus Collectivism : Cultural Differences in Speech Therapy #1

Individualism versus Collectivism is part of a 10-essay series.  New? Start here:  Cultural Differences in Speech Therapy and Assessment A culture is termed individualistic when great value is placed on individuals and their rights and decisions. Members of individualistic societies may tend to rely less on their relationships.  More often

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