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    • CHAPTER 10WORKING WITHLATINOS/ACLIENTS:AN INTERVIEWWITH ROBERTOALMANZANBY:Amanda Brant
    • DEMOGRAPHICSAccording to the 2000 United According to the 2010 UnitedStates census States CensusLatinos/as make up 12.5% of the U.S population (2000 Census) This does not include undocumented and illegal migrants. It is projected that by the year 2100 Latinos/as will make up 1/3 of the U.S.
    • LATINOS/A WHOSE ROOTS ARE INMEXICO , CUBA ,PUERTO RICO , ANDCENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICASMexican Descent 20 Million 64 percentPuerto Ricans 3.4 Million 10 percentCubans 1.2 million 4 PercentSouth and Central 3.1 million 10 percentAmericans
    • WHAT IS LATINO/A AND HISPANIChttp://youtu.be/Jrowk04bqZMhttp://youtu.be/ludlEi3EQNo
    • FAMILIALISMO Maintaining a close connection to the family. Latinos/Hispanics in general are socialized to value: Cohesiveness Cooperativeness with other family members The close relationships are typically developed across immediate and extended family members, as well as close friends of the family
    • EMPHASIS ON INTERDEPENDENCEAND COOPERATION OR SIMPATICO What does it Mean Latinos/HispanicsEmphasizes the importance Might not feelof being polite andpleasant, even in the face of comfortable openlystress and adversity. expressing disagreement withAvoidance of Hostile a service providerconfrontation is important. or treatment plan.
    • EMPHASIS ON THE WORTH ANDDIGNITY OF THE INDIVIDUAL ORPERSONALISMO The valuing and building of interpersonal relationships. Unlike in mainstream America where respect is earned through achievement, status or wealth Latino/a culture merits respect by the very fact of his or her own humanity. Personalismo encourages the development of warm and friendly relationships.
    • VALUE OF CHILDREN Reflects the value that Latino/Hispanic families place on children. Parents are often affectionate with their children However in some homes children are to be seen and not heard
    • MARIANISMO A gender specific value that applies to Latinas. Encourages Latinas to use the Virgin Mary as a role model of the ideal woman. Latinas are encouraged to be spiritually strong, morally superior, nurturing and self sacrificing. Latino youth are to remain virgins until they get married.
    • MACHISMO Gender specific value that applies to LatinosRefers to a mans responsibility to provide for , protect, defend his family
    • RESPETO Deference to authority or a more hierarchical relationship orientationEmphasizes the importance of setting clear boundaries and knowing ones place of respect in hierarchical relationship
    • RELIGION & SPIRITUALITYRefers to the critical role that faith plays in everyday life Focus on spirituality and the life of the spiritFatalistic acceptance of life as it existsTime Orientation toward the present
    • WORKING WITH LATINO/ACLIENTS http://youtu.be/kRfOYVPIKlE