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The ethical crisis for cross-cultural counseling and therapy  

Microsoft Academic Search

The ethical crisis of cross-cultural counseling and therapy results from the use of mental health assumptions, assessments, and interventions that were developed in one cultural context but implemented in a totally different one. The present article sought (a) to determine if ethical guidelines sensitive to cross-cultural counseling and therapy are needed, (b) to discuss guidelines for research that have direct

Paul B. Pedersen; Anthony J. Marsella

1982-01-01

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Group Counseling with International Students: Practical, Ethical, and Cultural Considerations  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

International students in higher education represent a diverse population with unique mental health needs. Foreign students commonly experience a host of adjustment issues, including acculturative stress, language difficulties, cultural misunderstandings, racial discrimination, and loss of social support. Despite their challenges, few…

Yakunina, Elena S.; Weigold, Ingrid K.; McCarthy, Alannah S.

2011-01-01

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76 FR 71449 - Reporting Line for the Commission's Ethics Counsel  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...references to oversight of the Ethics Counsel by the General Counsel...amendments clarify that the Ethics Counsel, not the General...to the reporting line and organizational structure of the Office of the Ethics Counsel. The Commission...

2011-11-18

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The cultural milieu of counseling  

Microsoft Academic Search

This article explores the mono-cultural milieu of counseling. There are four primary contributors to the cultural domination of counseling by the Western culture. They are as follows: (1) the deep historical and philosophical roots of counseling in Western culture; (2) the dominant theories, practices and approaches of counseling make the assumption that counseling will take place within a Western culture;

Mahmoud A. Saleh

1989-01-01

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Ethical Aspects of Spirituality in Counseling  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The authors review the professional literature related to spirituality and ethics in counseling. The American Counseling Association's (1995, 2005) code of ethics was used as a basis for exploring the possibilities and limits/ boundaries appropriate for discussion of spirituality in counseling. Implications for practice and research are discussed.

Steen, Rheta LeAnne; Engels, Dennis; Thweatt, W. Tom, III

2006-01-01

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The Ethics of Prayer in Counseling  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Spirituality has become increasingly important in counseling, with prayer being the spiritual intervention of choice for Christian counselors. The controversial nature of including prayer in counseling requires careful consideration of ethical issues. This article addresses the intersection of spiritual interventions, particularly prayer, with…

Weld, Chet; Eriksen, Karen

2007-01-01

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Ethical & Legal Issues in School Counseling. Chapter 1: Ethical Standards.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This document contains chapter 1 (8 articles) from a collection of 35 articles primarily from American Association for Counseling and Development (AACD) publications on the most important legal and ethical topics about which all school counselors need to be informed. "Ethical Standards for School Counselors: Test Your Knowledge" (Wayne C. Huey)…

Huey, Wayne C.; And Others

8

Cultural competency in genetic counseling  

Microsoft Academic Search

Incorporating a cross-cultural curriculum into genetic counseling training programs demonstrates a professional conviction of genetic counselors that cultural issues are important in genetic counseling. Funded by the Special Projects Fund in 1993 from the National Society of Genetic Counselors and the Kitson Fund from the Department of Social, Organizational, and Counseling Psychology, Teachers College, Columbia University, theHandbook of Cross-Cultural Genetic

Vivian Ota Wang

1994-01-01

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Cultural Accommodation Model of Counseling  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The current article provides an overview to the cultural accommodation model (CAM) of counseling (Leong & Lee, 2006) that may help guide employment counselors' work. The integrative multidimensional model of cross-cultural counseling (Leong, 1996), a precursor to the CAM, is also reviewed.

Leong, Frederick T. L.

2011-01-01

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Counselling Ethics Casebook, 2000. Second Edition.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

There are many issues that cannot be handled completely in any code of ethics, and casebooks have been developed to help provide some clarification. The general intent of casebooks is to help educate counselors, counselor educators, and counseling researchers. Some specific objectives of this second edition include promoting the discussion of…

Schulz, William E.

11

Employment Counseling and Organizational Ethical Values  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Employment counseling is commonly used in companies to assist employees with various personal and professional challenges that are confronted in the workplace. Such guidance could affect the degree to which employees believe a company proactively supports an ethical orientation; the purpose of this study was to explore this issue. A self-report…

Valentine, Sean

2004-01-01

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Virtue Ethics in School Counseling: A Framework for Decision Making  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Virtue ethics focus on the motives that guide ethical decision making and action, and as such, are critical to the competent application of the counseling profession's ethical codes. Knowledge of virtue ethics deepens understanding of moral responsibilities and ethical reasoning in professional practice. This paper is an overview of virtue ethics

Wilczenski, Felicia L.; Cook, Amy L.

2011-01-01

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Ethical Cultural Competence  

Microsoft Academic Search

Ethical issues with regard to cultural competence in practice is an area that seems to be most discussed in the world of health professionals, especially as our nation becomes more and more diverse. \\

Durade Zebari

2008-01-01

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17 CFR 200.21a - The Ethics Counsel.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

...her delegate, the Ethics Counsel shall...involving alleged professional misconduct ultimately...refer findings of professional misconduct to state professional boards or societies...the Commission's Ethics Program....

2010-04-01

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Impact of human genome initiative-derived technology on genetic testing, screening and counseling: Cultural, ethical and legal issues  

SciTech Connect

Genetic medical services provided by the Georgia Division of Public Health in two northern and two central districts are compared to services provided in a district in which a tertiary care facility is located. Genetics outreach public health nurses play key roles in Georgia's system of Children's Health Services Genetics Program, including significant roles as counselors and information sources on special needs social services and support organizations. Unique features of individual health districts, (e.g., the changing face of some rural communities in ethnocultural diversity and socioeconomic character), present new challenges to current and future genetics services delivery. Preparedness as to educational needs of both health professionals and the lay population is of foremost concern in light of the ever expanding knowledge and technology in medical genetics. Perspectives on genetics and an overview of services offered by a local private sector counselor are included for comparison to state supported services. The nature of the interactions which transpire between private and public genetic services resources in Georgia will be described. A special focus of this research includes issues associated with sickle cell disease newborn screening service delivery process in Georgia, with particular attention paid to patient follow-up and transition to primary care. Of particular interest to this focus is the problem of loss to follow-up in the current system. Critical factors in education and counseling of sickle cell patients and the expectations of expanding roles of primary care physicians are discussed. The Florida approach to the delivery of genetic services contrasts to the Georgia model by placing more emphasis on a consultant-specialist team approach.

Trottier, R.W.; Hodgin, F.C.; Imara, M.; Phoenix, D.; Lybrook, S. (Morehouse Coll., Atlanta, GA (United States). School of Medicine); Crandall, L.A.; Moseley, R.E.; Armotrading, D. (Florida Univ., Gainesville, FL (United States). Coll. of Medicine)

1993-01-01

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The ethics of cultural competence.  

PubMed

Cultural competence curricula have proliferated throughout medical education. Awareness of the moral underpinnings of this movement can clarify the purpose of such curricula for educators and trainees and serve as a way to evaluate the relationship between the ethics of cultural competence and normative Western medical ethics. Though rarely stated explicitly, the essential principles of cultural competence are (1) acknowledgement of the importance of culture in people's lives, (2) respect for cultural differences, and (3) minimization of any negative consequences of cultural differences. Culturally competent clinicians promote these principles by learning about culture, embracing pluralism, and proactive accommodation. Generally, culturally competent care will advance patient autonomy and justice. In this sense, cultural competence and Western medical ethics are mutually supportive movements. However, Western bioethics and the personal ethical commitments of many medical trainees will place limits on the extent to which they will endorse pluralism and accommodation. Specifically, if the values of cultural competence are thought to embrace ethical relativity, inexorable conflicts will be created. The author presents his view of the ethics of cultural competence and places the concepts of cultural competence in the context of Western moral theory. Clarity about the ethics of cultural competence can help educators promote and evaluate trainees' integration of their own moral intuitions, Western medical ethics, and the ethics of cultural competence. PMID:15044168

Paasche-Orlow, Michael

2004-04-01

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Counseling Ethics Education Experience: An Interpretive Case Study of the First Year Master's Level Counseling Students  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Counseling ethics competency is an important part of counselor identity development as required by the counseling profession training standards, and counseling ethics education is one major component of knowledge acquisition in counseling profession. Counselor educators and counselor education training programs have a core responsibility to…

Zakaria, Noor Syamilah

2013-01-01

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Postmodern Career Counselling, Theory and Training: Ethical Considerations  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This article suggests a re-consideration of the way in which postmodern career counselling and theory could position counsellors in relation to their clients. It also poses ethical challenges and questions to developing career counsellors and their established educators. More specifically, the article explores the ethical dilemmas confronting…

Kuit, Wim; Watson, Mark

2005-01-01

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Ethical & Legal Issues in School Counseling. Chapter 3: Legal Issues.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This document contains chapter 3 (7 articles) of a collection of 35 articles primarily from American Association for Counseling and Development (AACD) publications on the most important legal and ethical topics about which all school counselors need to be informed. "The Law and Ethical Practices in Elementary and Middle Schools" (Theodore P.…

Remley, Theodore P., Jr.; And Others

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A New BSCS Project: Ethical Issues in Genetic Counseling.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Described is the BSCS Center for Education and Medical Genetics project, designed to examine the treatment of ethical issues in the genetic counseling process and to develop and evaluate a model instructional program from increasing the ability of genetic counselors to recognize and deal with ethical problems. (Author/DS)

Biological Sciences Curriculum Study Journal, 1980

1980-01-01

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Cross-Cultural Contact in Counseling Training.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Reports on the importance of cross-cultural contact in the development of multicultural counseling competencies (MCCs). Results reveal that the greater the prior cross-cultural life experience, the higher were students' MCCs measured at the beginning of a multicultural counseling course. MCCs measured at the end of the course were significantly…

Diaz-Lazaro, Carlos M.; Cohen, B. Beth

2001-01-01

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Cross-Cultural Counseling in Perspective.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Counseling is a deliberate psychological interaction requiring the counselor to relate and communicate with his clients, to diagnose, to recommend preventive and remediative measures, and to intervene at some level of competency. Each area is problematic in cross-cultural counseling because of cultural difference. Relationship barriers are…

Vontress, Clemmont E.

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Culturally Biased Assumptions in Counseling Psychology  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Eight clusters of culturally biased assumptions are identified for further discussion from Leong and Ponterotto's (2003) article. The presence of cultural bias demonstrates that cultural bias is so robust and pervasive that is permeates the profession of counseling psychology, even including those articles that effectively attack cultural bias…

Pedersen, Paul B.

2003-01-01

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Philosophy, Moral Philosophy, and Counseling Ethics: Not an Abstraction.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Over the past several decades, increased attention has been given to ethics in the preparation of counselors and psychologists. With that increase comes a number of voices calling for exposure to and integration of not only moral philosophy but other areas of philosophy to enhance understanding and provide a foundation for counseling practice. The…

Urofsky, Robert I.; Engels, Dennis W.

2003-01-01

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Building an ethical organizational culture.  

PubMed

The success of a health care institution-as defined by delivering high-quality, high-value care, positive patient outcomes, and financial solvency-is inextricably tied to the culture within that organization. The ability to achieve and sustain alignment between its mission, values, and everyday practices defines a positive organizational culture. An institution that has a diminished organizational culture, reflected in the failure to consistently align management and clinical decisions and practices with its mission and values, will struggle. The presence of misalignment or of ethics gaps affects the quality of care being delivered, the morale of the staff, and the organization's image in the community. Transforming an organizational culture will provide a foundation for success and a framework for daily ethics-grounded operations in any organization. However, building an ethics-grounded organization is a challenging process requiring strong organization leadership and planning. Using a case study, the authors provide a multiyear, continuous step-by-step strategy consisting of identifying ethics culture gaps, establishing an ethics taskforce, clarifying and prioritizing the problems, developing strategy for change, implementing the strategy, and evaluating outcomes. This process will assist organizations in aligning its actions with its mission and values, to find success on all fronts. PMID:24776835

Nelson, William A; Taylor, Emily; Walsh, Thom

2014-01-01

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Culturally Considerate School Counseling: Helping without Bias  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The author brings her counseling expertise, personal experience, and compassionate perspective to this practical resource that cultivates "cultural competence"--essential for work with diverse populations. Expanding the definition of culture, this book addresses how biases have evolved in new and challenging ways, and provides strategies to help…

Anderson, Kim L.

2010-01-01

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Counseling Muslim Americans: Cultural and Spiritual Assessments  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

In this article, the authors identify the cultural and spiritual assessments needed to conduct counseling with Muslim Americans and Muslim immigrants to the United States. Assessment processes are outlined that include cultural identity (which subsumes several variables); worldview; spiritual assessment along with acculturation level and migration…

Ibrahim, Farah A.; Dykeman, Cass

2011-01-01

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Characteristics of Ethical Business Cultures  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The purpose of this study was to identify general characteristics attributed to ethical business cultures by executives from a variety of industries. Our research identified five clusters of characteristics: (1) Mission- and Values-Driven; (2) Stakeholder Balance; (3) Leadership Effectiveness; (4) Process Integrity; and (5) Long-term Perspective.…

Ardichvili, Alexandre A.; Jondle, Douglas J.; Mitchell, James A.

2008-01-01

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Narratology, Cultural Psychology, and Counseling Research  

Microsoft Academic Search

Narratological research is defined in relation to narrative theory and a cultural psychology perspective. Narrative concepts and methodology are explained, including the configural mode of understanding and principles of narrative analysis. Examples of application in psychological and counseling research are presented, with a discussion of issues of validity and voice. Suggestions are made on how narrative studies are to be

Lisa Tsoi Hoshmand

2005-01-01

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Ethical Crises and Cultural Differences  

PubMed Central

Generalizations about patients without careful attention to their cultural background, their values and norms could lead to a number of ethical crises. The informed consent, disclosure of diagnosis and prognosis, and discussions of termination of treatment are reflections of Western cultural values. They represent respect for autonomy of clients and respect for openness in communications. For patients from other cultures such practices have different meanings that may violate their own values. The result of such conflict in practices and meanings can render the relationship between patients and health care personnel difficult at best and distrustful at worst. PMID:6613119

Meleis, Afaf Ibrahim; Jonsen, Albert R.

1983-01-01

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Impact of human genome initiative-derived technology on genetic testing, screening and counseling: Cultural, ethical and legal issues. Progress report  

SciTech Connect

Genetic medical services provided by the Georgia Division of Public Health in two northern and two central districts are compared to services provided in a district in which a tertiary care facility is located. Genetics outreach public health nurses play key roles in Georgia`s system of Children`s Health Services Genetics Program, including significant roles as counselors and information sources on special needs social services and support organizations. Unique features of individual health districts, (e.g., the changing face of some rural communities in ethnocultural diversity and socioeconomic character), present new challenges to current and future genetics services delivery. Preparedness as to educational needs of both health professionals and the lay population is of foremost concern in light of the ever expanding knowledge and technology in medical genetics. Perspectives on genetics and an overview of services offered by a local private sector counselor are included for comparison to state supported services. The nature of the interactions which transpire between private and public genetic services resources in Georgia will be described. A special focus of this research includes issues associated with sickle cell disease newborn screening service delivery process in Georgia, with particular attention paid to patient follow-up and transition to primary care. Of particular interest to this focus is the problem of loss to follow-up in the current system. Critical factors in education and counseling of sickle cell patients and the expectations of expanding roles of primary care physicians are discussed. The Florida approach to the delivery of genetic services contrasts to the Georgia model by placing more emphasis on a consultant-specialist team approach.

Trottier, R.W.; Hodgin, F.C.; Imara, M.; Phoenix, D.; Lybrook, S. [Morehouse Coll., Atlanta, GA (United States). School of Medicine] [Morehouse Coll., Atlanta, GA (United States). School of Medicine; Crandall, L.A.; Moseley, R.E.; Armotrading, D. [Florida Univ., Gainesville, FL (United States). Coll. of Medicine] [Florida Univ., Gainesville, FL (United States). Coll. of Medicine

1993-03-01

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Happiness as a Goal of Counseling: Cross-cultural Implications  

Microsoft Academic Search

The article examines the construct of happiness within the context of counseling and holistic health (body, mind and spirit).\\u000a It discusses happiness as a goal of counseling as reflected in selected counseling theories that focus on humanistic principles,\\u000a holistic health, positive psychology, personal growth and the client’s intentional choice-making in life. Moreover, the article\\u000a considers within-cultural and cross-cultural implications of

Frederick D. Harper; Michael Guilbault; Tameka Tucker; Twanna Austin

2007-01-01

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Ethical Issues Associated with Information and Communication Technology in Counseling and Guidance  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

For more than 50 years, literature on the use of information and communication technology in counseling and guidance has presented ethical issues related to the development and use of technologies in practice. This paper reviews the ethical issues raised, organizing them into three categories: Social equity, resources, and services. Career…

Sampson, James P., Jr.; Makela, Julia Panke

2014-01-01

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Current and Emerging Ethical Issues in Counseling: A Delphi Study of Expert Opinions  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

A Delphi study was conducted to ascertain the opinions of panel experts regarding the most important current and emerging ethical issues facing the counseling profession. Expert opinions on ethical issues in counselor preparation also were sought. Eighteen panelists responded to 3 rounds of data collection interspersed with feedback. Themes that…

Herlihy, Barbara; Dufrene, Roxane L.

2011-01-01

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Ethical Business Cultures: A Literature Review and Implications for HRD  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This literature review identifies characteristics of ethical business cultures, describes factors, considered to be important in developing such cultures, describes current practices of developing ethical culture programs, and discusses the role of HRD in developing ethical business cultures. We argue that ethical thinking and behavior can be…

Ardichvili, Alexandre; Jondle, Douglas

2009-01-01

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The Cross Cultural Counseling Specialization at Teachers College, Columbia University.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Following a brief introduction, which provides background information about the development of the cross-cultural counseling program at Columbia University, New York, this paper describes the conceptual model on which the program is based. The two levels of program structure are described, i.e., the generic level common to all counseling students,…

Johnson, Samuel D., Jr.

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Culturally-Competent School Counseling with Asian American Adolescents  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Asian American adolescents are frequently overlooked as a population in need of counseling interventions. However, cultural issues such as refugee status or the pressure of high academic achievement can influence an Asian American student's mental health. As there is a dearth of school counseling literature written about what school counselors…

Castillo, Linda G.; Phoummarath, Marion J.

2006-01-01

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An Ethics Study: Implications of Knowledge for School Counselor Candidates, School Counseling Supervisors, Practicing School Counselors and Training Programs  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This paper addresses a survey conducted to examine knowledge of ethics in school counselor candidates. Students in school counseling practicum and internship classes indicated their familiarity with ethical codes and ethical decision making-models and responded to items pertaining to ethical dilemmas. Areas of concern to counselor educators…

Boes, Susan R.; Chibbaro, Julia S.; Bingeman, Brittany A.

2006-01-01

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Making Counseling Culturally Appropriate: Intervention with a Montagnard Refugee.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Describes an intervention with a distressed Montagnard refugee in a context sensitive to Southeast Asian culture. Discusses relevant interventions in relation to the current available literature on counseling with Southeast Asian refugees in America. (Author)

Rosser-Hogan, Rhonda

1990-01-01

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Cultural Considerations in Counseling Couples Who Experience Infertility  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Infertility creates challenges affecting various aspects of couples' intimate lives. Practices regarding reproduction are often shaped by cultural messages. Culturally sensitive treatment methods help counselors provide effective therapy to couples with fertility problems. This article describes cultural influences, challenges, and counseling

Burnett, Judith A.

2009-01-01

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Ethical issues in genetic counseling: A comparison of M.S. counselor and medical geneticist perspectives  

Microsoft Academic Search

New technologies available in the field of medical genetics have increased the importance of responsible ethical decision-making among genetic counselors. A 1985 national survey of M.D. and Ph.D. genetic counselors assessed ethical attitudes using case scenarios designed to simulate dilemmas faced in genetic counseling (Wertz and Fletcher, 1988b). The current study focuses on attitudes of M.S. genetic counselors using similar

Deborah F. Pencarinha; Nora K. Bell; Janice G. Edwards; Robert G. Best

1992-01-01

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Who Speaks for Cross-Cultural Counseling Research?  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Responds to earlier article by Mio and Iwamasa (1993) on white researchers investigating ethnic-minority populations and other cross-cultural issues. Organizes concerns raised by Mio and Iwamasa under two themes: ethical issues and professional turf. Concentrates on ethical issues having to do with nonmaleficence, beneficence, privacy, gratitude,…

Atkinson, Donald R.

1993-01-01

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Culturally Sensitive Health Care and Counseling Psychology: An Overview  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This article introduces the Major Contribution, which focuses on counseling psychologists' roles in addressing health disparities through culturally sensitive health care research and interventions. First, the authors provide a rationale for conducting research focused on culturally sensitive health care and then offer definitions of…

Herman, Keith C.; Tucker, Carolyn M.; Ferdinand, Lisa A.; Mirsu-Paun, Anca; Hasan, Nadia T.; Beato, Cristina

2007-01-01

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Assessing and Promoting Cultural Relativism in Students of Counseling  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Multicultural counseling is often promoted as a core element in counselor development. As such, educational efforts aim to increase counselors' cultural relativism, or their ability to recognize their own enculturation and to appreciate the value of other cultural norms. This mixed qualitative-quantitative study explored the relationship between…

Mcauliffe, Garrett John; Grothaus, Tim; Jensen, Margaret; Michel, Rebecca

2012-01-01

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Development of the Ethical and Legal Issues in Counseling Self-Efficacy Scale  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The authors present the development of the Ethical and Legal Issues in Counseling Self-Efficacy Scale (ELICSES). The purpose of this article is threefold: (a) present a rationale for the ELICSES, (b) review statistical analysis procedures used to develop the ELICSES, and (c) offer implications for future research and counselor education.

Mullen, Patrick R.; Lambie, Glenn W.; Conley, Abigail H.

2014-01-01

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Ethics and the Use of Technology in Rehabilitation Counseling  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Standards for technology ethics were first introduced into the "Code of Professional Ethics for Rehabilitation Counselors" in 2002. Since that time, the proliferation of technology has enhanced practice, changed the American vernacular, and become infused in the delivery of services to and teaching of individuals, families, and groups. The 2010…

Barros-Bailey, Mary; Saunders, Jodi L.

2010-01-01

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Legal and Ethical Implications of Refusing to Counsel Homosexual Clients  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

In 2001, a federal appeals court upheld the job termination of a counselor who requested being excused from counseling a lesbian client on relationship issues because homosexuality conflicted with the counselor's religious beliefs ("Bruff v. North Mississippi Health Services, Inc.," 2001). This article provides the facts of the case and the legal…

Hermann, Mary A.; Herlihy, Barbara Richter

2006-01-01

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Cross-Cultural Counseling at the Crossroads: A Dialogue with Clemmont E. Vontress.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Presents interview with Clemmont E. Vontress, a pioneer and frequent contributor to the growing body of literature on cross-cultural counseling. Discusses the genesis, status, and future direction of cross-cultural counseling. (Author/ABL)

Jackson, Morris L.

1987-01-01

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Counseling Appropriateness: An Exploration from a Cross-Cultural Perspective.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Although international students studying in the United States are identified as a high risk group under considerable stress, counseling services which meet their special needs are few and generally ineffective. American counselors have not been trained to provide effective support to clients whose cultural values differ from their own, and often…

Walter, Jane H.

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Ethical dilemmas in organization development: A cross-cultural analysis  

Microsoft Academic Search

The purpose of this study was to examine the nature and extent to which cultural differences bear on perceptions of ethical Organizational Development consulting behaviors. U.S. (n=118) and Taiwanese (n=267) business students evaluated eleven vignettes depicting potential ethical dilemmas. Respondents judged the ethicality of each vignette, the likelihood of the event's occurrence and the party responsible for the event's occurrence.

Louis P. White; Melanie J. Rhodeback

1992-01-01

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Ethical considerations when counseling patients about stem cell tourism.  

PubMed

Worldwide, many clinics market stem-cell based interventions often touted as effective for many diseases including spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis (MS), and other neurodegenerative diseases. These clinics and their expensive, unproven treatments continue to fuel the practice of stem cell tourism. Given concerns about patient exploitation and safety, how should the physician engage a patient who wants to pursue such treatments? This article presents the case of a patient with neuromyelitis optica interested in pursuing expensive stem cell injections abroad. This article describes stem cell tourism along with some of the ethical issues physicians should consider, while also providing practical resources that physicians may employ to educate and engage patients in making an informed decision. PMID:25651226

Tsou, Amy

2015-02-01

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Cultural Safety: Towards Postcolonial Counselling Practice?  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This article examines the discursive production of counsellor identity and practice through the operations of colonising and postcolonial discourse in Aotearoa New Zealand. It argues that constructs of cultural safety, tino rangatiratanga and Maori sovereignty, which arose as part of the postcolonial politics of life in Aotearoa, have achieved…

Crocket, Alastair

2012-01-01

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Rehabilitation Counselors' Perceptions of Ethical Workplace Culture and the Influence on Ethical Behavior  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

It is generally accepted that the environment in which a counselor works influences his or her ethical behavior, but there is little empirical examination of this idea within the rehabilitation counseling professional literature. A survey was conducted with a national sample of practicing certified rehabilitation counselors that elicited…

Lane, Frank J.; Shaw, Linda R.; Young, Mary Ellen; Bourgeois, Paul J.

2012-01-01

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Counseling Psychology in Chinese Communities in Asia: Indigenous, Multicultural, and Cross-Cultural Considerations  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This article examines the need to develop an indigenous counseling psychology in Chinese communities in Asia. The cross-cultural limitations and applications of counseling psychology are discussed, using the literature on multicultural counseling and competence as illustrations. The authors elaborate on the scope and nature of indigenous…

Leung, S. Alvin; Chen, Ping-Hwa

2009-01-01

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International Immersion in Belize: Fostering Counseling Students' Cultural Self-Awareness  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

International cultural immersion provides an in vivo, authentic, cross-cultural experience that can enhance multicultural awareness, knowledge and skills. This article examines the impact of an international immersion on graduate counseling students' cultural self-awareness using a qualitative approach. Five graduate counseling students…

Smith-Augustine, Shirlene; Dowden, Angel; Wiggins, Angel; Hall, LaCheata

2014-01-01

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Use of Culture-Centered Counseling Theory with Ethnically Diverse LGBT Clients  

Microsoft Academic Search

The intersection of ethnocultural and sexual orientation identities presents unique challenges that mandate cultural competence in assessing and intervening with ethnically diverse lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people. Effective counseling with this population requires an understanding of non-Eurocentric, nonheterosexual worldviews as well as an awareness of the sociopolitical realities of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender life. Culture-centered counseling theory provides

Richmond Wynn; Cirecie West-Olatunji

2009-01-01

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In the Therapist's Chair Is Clemmont E. Vontress: A Wounded Healer in Cross-Cultural Counseling  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

In this interview, Clemmont E. Vontress, a pioneer of cross-cultural counseling, reflects on his life and work. He shares personal stories about the people and events in his life that had a major impact on his theory formulation; research and clinical work; and publications in culture, race, ethnicity, and counseling.

Moodley, Roy

2010-01-01

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Rural Child Welfare Professionals: Organizational Culture and Ethical Practice  

Microsoft Academic Search

This exploratory study analyzes data on ethical practice generated by child welfare professionals (direct workers, managers\\/supervisors, and administrators) in public sector work. All information was acquired through a post-training action planning instrument included in and completed during social work ethics and boundaries trainings focusing on organizational culture. Participants from twenty-six rural counties in a Midwestern state completed action plans for

Kevin R. Roeder

2009-01-01

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The Vocational Significance of Black Identity: Cultural Formulation Approach to Career Assessment and Career Counseling  

PubMed Central

Scholarship is emerging on intervention models that purposefully attend to cultural variables throughout the career assessment and career counseling process (Swanson & Fouad, in press). One heuristic model that offers promise to advance culturally-relevant vocational practice with African Americans is the Outline for Cultural Formulation (American Psychiatric Association, 1994). This article explicates the Outline for Cultural Formulation in career assessment and career counseling with African Americans integrating the concept of cultural identity into the entire model. The article concludes with an illustration of the Outline for Cultural Formulation model with an African American career client. PMID:20495668

Byars-Winston, Angela M.

2010-01-01

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Religion, Ethnicity, Culture, Way of Life: Jews, Muslims, and Multicultural Counseling  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Jews and Muslims represent 2 unique cultural groups that have been relatively under-examined by multicultural counseling scholars. In this article, the authors review the recent literature on Jews and Muslims, synthesize and discuss the commonalities across these 2 groups, provide some recommendations for counseling members of these populations,…

Schlosser, Lewis Z.; Ali, Saba Rasheed; Ackerman, Sandra R.; Dewey, J. Jane H.

2009-01-01

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The Intersection of Race, Ethnicity, Gender, and Social Class in Counseling: Examining Selves in Cultural Contexts.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Discusses the importance of counselors considering the intersection of multiple cultural identities in working with clients. The article serves as an introduction to the special issue, Race, Ethnicity, Gender, and Social Class in Counseling, of the "Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development." (Contains 28 references.) (GCP)

Constantine, Madonna G.

2002-01-01

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Metacognition and Multicultural Competence: Expanding the Culturally Appropriate Career Counseling Model  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

In this article, authors focus on the significance of the counselor's cultural contexts in effective career interventions vis-a-vis the incorporation of multicultural metacognition. They briefly summarize and critique extant career counseling models for racial/ethnic minority clients and then describe an expanded model for career counseling that…

Byars-Winston, Angela M.; Fouad, Nadya A.

2006-01-01

63

An Annotated Bibliography in Cross-Cultural Counseling for Elementary and Middle School Counselors.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Presents annotated bibliography of 17 books and 16 journal articles on cross-cultural counseling and the issues related to various ethnic and racial groups targeted to elementary and middle school counselors. (ABL)

Parker, Larry D.

1989-01-01

64

Continuing the Cultural Liberation and Transformation of Counseling Psychology  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The multicultural movement has been and continues to represent a major force that is transforming the mental health professions. The field of counseling psychology has been particularly important in promoting many of these transformative changes. Over the past three decades, multicultural advocates in counseling psychology have expanded our…

D'Andrea, Michael

2005-01-01

65

Counseling Muslim Women: Navigating Cultural and Religious Challenges  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

In this article, the authors consider strategies for counseling female Muslim clients. First, they review general beliefs and practices of Muslims in the United States. Through the use of a case study, they illustrate a collaborative method of counseling Muslim women that is based on a trusting client-counselor relationship.

Cook-Masaud, Carema; Wiggins, Marsha I.

2011-01-01

66

Counselling in Cambodia: cultural competence and contextual costs  

Microsoft Academic Search

The term 'counselling' is often used to describe psy- chosocial interventions. The concept appears to have different meanings to different people. In this contri- bution to this journal, we will describe an attempt to introduce a classical type of counselling, 'individ- ual talk-therapy', in a psychosocial and mental health program in Cambodia. We use this example to explore two different

Willem van de Put; Guus van der Veer

2005-01-01

67

Group counseling in a different cultural context: Several primary issues in dealing with Chinese clients  

Microsoft Academic Search

To apply group therapy or counseling, a branch of helping methodology rooted in modern Western psychology, to a culturally different context, such as the Chinese cultural environment, group counselors need to increase their awareness, knowledge, and skills that are compatible with the group climate they encounter. A group counselor needs to understand the general characteristics of the culture. The counselor

Charles P. Chen

1995-01-01

68

The Vocational Significance of Black Identity: Cultural Formulation Approach to Career Assessment and Career Counseling  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Scholarship is emerging on intervention models that purposefully attend to cultural variables throughout the career assessment and career counseling process. One heuristic model that offers promise to advance culturally relevant vocational practice with African Americans is the Outline for Cultural Formulation (CF). This article explicates the…

Byars-Winston, Angela

2010-01-01

69

Cultural Effects on Business Students' Ethical Decisions: A Chinese versus American Comparison  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The authors used a corporate code of ethics to create 18 scenarios for examining cultural effects on ethical decisions of Chinese versus American business students. Four cultural differences were hypothesized to contribute to overall less ethical decisions of Chinese students. The results support the hypothesis and indicate strong cultural effects…

Li, Sherry F.; Persons, Obeua S.

2011-01-01

70

Ethics Education and Its Influences on Rehabilitation Counseling Master's Students  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The importance of ethics in helping professions and ethics education in counselor preparation programs have been stressed and discussed greatly. In order to foster helping professionals' ethical behaviors to ensure clients' rights and welfare, professional organizations have developed codes of ethics to serve as guidelines for helping…

Tsai, Yi-Hua

2013-01-01

71

Applying the Cultural Formulation Approach to Career Counseling with Latinas/os  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

In this article, the authors present two hypothetical cases, one of a Mexican American female college student and one of a Mexican immigrant adult male, and apply a culturally sensitive approach to career assessment and career counseling with each of these clients. Drawing from Leong, Hardin, and Gupta's cultural formulation approach (CFA) to…

Flores, Lisa Y.; Ramos, Karina; Kanagui, Marlen

2010-01-01

72

A Cultural Formulation Approach to Career Assessment and Career Counseling with Asian American Clients  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Using the cultural formulations approach to career assessment and career counseling, the current article applies it specifically to Asian American clients. The approach is illustrated by using the "Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders" fourth edition ("DSM-IV") Outline for Cultural Formulations that consists of the following five…

Leong, Frederick T. L.; Hardin, Erin E.; Gupta, Arpana

2010-01-01

73

Integrating Collectivist Values into Career Counseling with Asian Americans: A Test of Cultural Responsiveness  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Asian American undergraduates received career counseling from European American female counselors using either a collectivist or an individualist orientation. Counselors using the collectivist approach were perceived as more cross-culturally competent but equally credible as counselors using the individualist approach. Implications for culturally

Lowe, Susana M.

2005-01-01

74

Legal and ethical issues in genetic testing and counseling for susceptibility to breast, ovarian and colon cancer.  

PubMed

The prediction of susceptibility to heritable breast, ovarian and colon cancer raises important legal and ethical concerns. Health care professionals have a duty to disclose sufficient information to enable patients to make informed decisions. They must also safeguard the confidentiality of patient data. These duties may come into conflict if a positive finding in one patient implies that family members are also at risk. A legal distinction is made between a breach of confidentiality and the legitimate sharing of information in a patient's interest or to prevent harm to a third party. Physicians also have a fiduciary duty to warn. Other issues concern the legal liability assumed by genetic counsellors, whose disclosures may influence decisions about childbearing, for example, and the risk of socioeconomic discrimination faced by people with a known genetic susceptibility. Traditional ethical orientations and principals may be applied to these and other questions, but feminist ethics will likely have particular importance in the development of an ethical stance toward testing and counseling for heritable breast and ovarian cancer. PMID:8634959

Dickens, B M; Pei, N; Taylor, K M

1996-03-15

75

Group Counseling in the Schools: Legal, Ethical, and Treatment Issues in School Practice  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

School psychologists are interested in providing effective and efficient direct services to children. With a wide spectrum of psychological problems impacting children, group counseling represents one viable and valuable intervention. Given the complexity of group counseling, many schools and school psychologists are interested in legal and…

Crespi, Tony D.

2009-01-01

76

Cultural beliefs on disease causation in the Philippines: challenge and implications in genetic counseling.  

PubMed

The provision of culturally competent health care is an important professional issue recognized by the pioneer genetic counselors in the Philippines. Being an archipelago consisting of 7,107 islands, the Philippines has approximately 175 ethnolinguistic groups with their own unique cultural identity and health practices. The emphasis on culture in our genetic counseling training recognizes its crucial role in molding an individual's conceptualization of health, as well as other life aspects, especially since the Filipino culture is a mixture of indigenous as well as imported and borrowed elements. As part of this endeavor, we will describe in this paper seven common Filipino cultural beliefs: namamana, lihi, sumpa, gaba, pasma, namaligno, and kaloob ng Diyos. We will also share examples on how these common beliefs provide explanation as cause of illness and its implications in our genetic counseling profession. PMID:25026992

Abad, Peter James B; Tan, Michael L; Baluyot, Melissa Mae P; Villa, Angela Q; Talapian, Gay Luz; Reyes, Ma Elouisa; Suarez, Riza Concordia; Sur, Aster Lynn D; Aldemita, Vanessa Dyan R; Padilla, Carmencita David; Laurino, Mercy Ygona

2014-10-01

77

Bridging the Gap: Counselling Strategies in a Cross-Cultural Context.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Cultural awareness enlarges the world view of traditional counseling methodologies that teach that the dominant society's values are the healthy norms to use in assessing and assisting ethnic groups. A dominant society counselor or therapist can be more effective in helping members of other groups by utilizing self-awareness and developing a…

Wierzba, Joan D.

78

Therapist Multicultural Competence, Asian American Participants' Cultural Values, and Counseling Process  

Microsoft Academic Search

Asian Americans drop out of mental health treatment at a high rate. This problem could be addressed by enhancing therapists' multicultural competence and by examining clients' cultural attitudes that may affect the counseling process. In the present study, we used a video analogue design with a sample of 113 Asian American college students to examine these possibilities. The result from

Shihwe Wang; Bryan S. K. Kim

2010-01-01

79

Synthesizing Family, Career, and Culture: A Model for Counseling in the Twenty-First Century.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Career and work constitute a major portion of most people's lives; families have an impact on people's careers; and their culture determines a great deal about how they approach family and work. The family counseling, career, and multicultural literature has given little attention to these dynamics. This text provides a multifaceted framework for…

Evans, Kathy M., Ed.; Rotter, Joseph C., Ed.; Gold, Joshua M., Ed.

80

From Awareness to Practice: An Online Workshop on Bringing Culture into the Counselling Room  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The purpose of this project is to enhance the counselling services offered to diverse clients by supplying counsellors-in-training with a professional development resource that combines the best available outcome evidence and applied clinical wisdom, with the most current cultural adaptation frameworks. A comprehensive literature review was…

Rapacki, Tomasz Michal; McBride, Dawn Lorraine

2014-01-01

81

Intrafamilial Separations in the Immigrant Family: Implications for Cross-Cultural Counseling.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Describes a structural family-therapy (SFT) approach combined with the paradigm of acculturation to increase counselors' sensitivity to immigrant families whose members arrive at different times. The focus is on those families in which parents have preceded children in the immigration experience. Provides culturally sensitive counseling strategies…

Sciarra, Daniel T.

1999-01-01

82

A Comparative Study of Ethical Values of Business Students: American vs. Middle Eastern Cultures  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Business schools must prepare students to face the world and yet maintain strong ethical convictions. The question of ethics in the business environment is not exclusive to the United States. Ethical business behavior is a multinational issue, and all business schools world-wide must deal with this issue. However, cultural differences often define…

Shurden, Michael; Shurden, Susan; Cagwin, Douglass

2008-01-01

83

Culture and Acculturation Influences on Palestinian Perceptions of Prenatal Genetic Counseling  

Microsoft Academic Search

Patient cultural backgrounds strongly influence decision-making processes and outcomes in genetic counseling. The present\\u000a study investigated influences of culture and acculturation on prenatal decision making processes of native Palestinians and\\u000a Palestinian Americans. Seventeen native Palestinians and 14 first-generation, Palestinian Americans were interviewed and asked\\u000a to imagine themselves as patients in hypothetical premarital and prenatal situations. Five major issues were investigated:

Rawan Awwad; Patricia McCarthy Veach; Dianne M. Bartels; Bonnie S. LeRoy

2008-01-01

84

Ethical and Legal Issues in School Counseling. Highlights: An ERIC/CAPS Digest.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This digest summarizes ethical and legal issues affecting school counselors. It emphasizes the importance of ethical standards, and of knowing the content, purposes, and limitations of professional codes of conduct as general guidelines for addressing difficult issues. Advice is offered on how to address colleagues' unethical behavior, and on…

Huey, Wayne C.; Remley, Theodore P., Jr.

85

Therapist Multicultural Competence, Asian American Participants’ Cultural Values, and Counseling Process  

PubMed Central

Asian Americans drop out of mental health treatment at a high rate. This problem could be addressed by enhancing therapists’ multicultural competence and by examining clients’ cultural attitudes that may affect the counseling process. In the present study, we used a video analogue design with a sample of 113 Asian American college students to examine these possibilities. The result from a t test showed that the session containing therapist multicultural competencies received higher ratings than the session without therapist multicultural competence. In addition, correlational analyses showed that participant values acculturation was positively associated with participant ratings of counseling process, while the value of emotional self-control was negatively correlated. The results of a hierarchical multiple regression analysis did not support any interaction effects among the independent variables on counseling process. All of these findings could contribute to the field of multicultural competence research and have implications for therapist practices and training. PMID:21490875

Wang, Shihwe; Kim, Bryan S. K.

2011-01-01

86

Hmong History, Culture, and Acculturation: Implications for Counseling the Hmong  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The Hmong in the U.S., a refugee population from Southeast Asia, brought a rich culture with them. To maximize therapeutic success with Hmong clients, counselors must acknowledge and understand Hmong history, culture, and acculturation and the value placed on family and community. This article provides background information and suggestions for…

Tatman, Anthony W.

2004-01-01

87

Technology and Cultural Change: Implications in Counseling Taiwan Chinese Families.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Technological modifications to people's set of values in terms of work, education and family are reexamined and redefined in this paper. The paper recommends that the technological impact on families needs to be studied in a context of cultural change. It examines technology's impact on Taiwan Chinese families in the contexts of cultural

Yang, Julia

88

Teaching Group Counseling in Botswana: Two U.S.-Trained Counselors Discuss Experiences and Share Cultural Considerations for Practice  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

There is a paucity of research in the area of teaching group counseling within an African context. In this article we describe and reflect on our experiences teaching group counseling at an institution of higher learning in the country of Botswana. We discuss cultural traditions and strengths that support an environment of group work in Botswana,…

Coker, Angela D.; Majuta, Aaron R.

2015-01-01

89

Universality and Cultural Diversity in Professional Ethical Development: From Kohlberg to Dynamic Systems Theory  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Upholding ethical standards is part of what it means to be a professional and therefore part of professional education, but to what extent is the development of ethical reasoning universal across cultures, or is it highly dependent on culture? If universal, how can we explain the unique patterns of moral reasoning and behaviour in Asia, which…

Kim, Minkang

2012-01-01

90

Cross-Cultural Considerations in U.S. Research Ethics Education  

PubMed Central

Demand among graduate and postdoctoral trainees for international research experience brings together students and investigators from increasingly diverse cultural backgrounds around the world. Educators in research ethics and scientific integrity need to address the cultural aspects of both science and ethics to help all trainees learn ethical practices for effective collaboration with a diverse array of partners. NIH and NSF’s mandates for instruction in the responsible conduct of research do not specifically address the needs of international trainees or U.S. trainees who undertake research projects abroad. Nonetheless, research ethics educators’ typical focus on policy and professional standards can offer trainees and faculty investigators helpful insights into differing ethical values and priorities in research. Examination of linguistic differences can also reveal important conceptual frameworks that shape ethical practice. New resources for teaching research integrity in cross-cultural settings can be a valuable addition to the development of shared understanding of the goals of scientific research. PMID:25574262

Heitman, Elizabeth

2014-01-01

91

Cross-cultural considerations in u.s. Research ethics education.  

PubMed

Demand among graduate and postdoctoral trainees for international research experience brings together students and investigators from increasingly diverse cultural backgrounds around the world. Educators in research ethics and scientific integrity need to address the cultural aspects of both science and ethics to help all trainees learn ethical practices for effective collaboration with a diverse array of partners. NIH and NSF's mandates for instruction in the responsible conduct of research do not specifically address the needs of international trainees or U.S. trainees who undertake research projects abroad. Nonetheless, research ethics educators' typical focus on policy and professional standards can offer trainees and faculty investigators helpful insights into differing ethical values and priorities in research. Examination of linguistic differences can also reveal important conceptual frameworks that shape ethical practice. New resources for teaching research integrity in cross-cultural settings can be a valuable addition to the development of shared understanding of the goals of scientific research. PMID:25574262

Heitman, Elizabeth

2014-12-01

92

Multi-Cultural Considerations for Counselling First Nations Clients  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Despite evidence that First Nations people experience a disproportionate degree of mental health concerns relative to other Canadians, many within this population do not access Western-based mental health services. In this article we extend a socio-political and historical rationale for attending to key cultural differences when working with First…

Nuttgens, Simon A.; Campbell, Allan J.

2010-01-01

93

Culturally Competent Counseling for Religious and Spiritual African American Adolescents  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Religion and spirituality are deeply rooted in traditional African American culture. Data suggest that African American adolescents maintain higher baseline rates of religious activities and beliefs than their peers (Bachman, Johnston, & O'Malley, 2005; Smith, Faris, Denton, & Regnerus, 2003). Recognizing these data, this article examines…

Moore-Thomas, Cheryl; Day-Vines, Norma L.

2008-01-01

94

Group counseling and psychotherapy across the cultural divide: the case of Ethiopian Jewish immigrants in Israel.  

PubMed

Effective counseling across a cultural divide depends on adaptations or changes of technique to suit the particular intercultural circumstances. The concept of mutual creative space provides a guiding principle for therapists who wish to make such changes. This space is 'negotiated' between the therapist/counselor coming from the 'dominant/mainstream' group within society, and the group participants who arrive from another culture. Mutual creative space consists of the negotiation of power and a process of mutual invention, incorporating the creation, by therapist and participants, of something new that did not exist in either of their cultures of origin. A meaningful encounter and effective group counseling can take place following the negotiation of such a creative space. This is illustrated by the example of intercultural group work with Ethiopian Jewish immigrants in Israel, including an analysis of cultural characteristics of the Ethiopian group and specific ways of negotiating mutual creative space in this case. Issues discussed include: establishing trust in the cross cultural context; the use of body language and its interpretation; the psychologist as an authority figure; active participation vs. hidden learning; and working with dreams in such groups. PMID:16893872

BenEzer, Gadi

2006-06-01

95

A Measure of Cultural Competence as an Ethical Responsibility: Quick-Racial and Ethical Sensitivity Test  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This article presents the psychometric qualifications of a new video-based measure of school professionals' ethical sensitivity toward issues of racial intolerance in schools. The new scale, titled the Quick-Racial and Ethical Sensitivity Test (Quick-REST) is based on the ethical principles commonly shared by school-based professional…

Sirin, Selcuk R.; Rogers-Sirin, Lauren; Collins, Brian A.

2010-01-01

96

Examining Work Ethic across Populations: A Comparison of the Multidimensional Work Ethic Profile across Three Diverse Cultures  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The authors examined the measurement equivalence of the Multidimensional Work Ethic Profile (MWEP) across the diverse cultures of Korea, Mexico, and the United States. Korean- and Spanish-language versions of the MWEP were developed and evaluated relative to the original English version of the measure. Confirmatory factor analytic results…

Woehr, David J.; Arciniega, Luis M.; Lim, Doo H.

2007-01-01

97

Note on a Cross-cultural Test of Gilligan's Ethic of Care  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

One hundred and twenty students from both Brazil and Norway were tested with Skoe's Ethic of Care Interview (ECI), which is a test of Gilligan's hypothesized gender-related ethic of care. Subjects were also tested with Bem's Sex Role Inventory and Triandis's Test of Cultural Orientations. The ECI was shown to be related neither to gender nor to…

Vikan, Arne; Camino, Cleonice; Biaggio, Angela

2005-01-01

98

Understanding Social Media Culture and its Ethical Challenges for Art Therapists  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This article discusses ethics in the context of the participatory culture of social media as it relates to art therapy. The authors present the view that social media formats are important venues for expression that contribute to interpersonal connections and social learning via the active participation of their members. To make informed ethical

Belkofer, Christopher M.; McNutt, Jill V.

2011-01-01

99

An ethical solution to the challenges in teaching anatomy with dissection in the Chinese culture  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This article examines the main obstacles to cadaver donation in the Chinese culture and provides solutions to this obstacle. The article covers the development of an Education Center for Medical ethics and suggestions of how to incorporate medical ethics and treatment of cadavers into anatomy classes in Chinese Medical schools.

2008-03-01

100

The experienced influence or effect of cultural\\/racism issues on the practice of counselling psychology-a qualitative study of one multicultural training organization  

Microsoft Academic Search

Counsellers' perspectives on how the issues of race and culture affect counselling, psychology and psychotherapy were explored in this phenomenological inquiry by distributing questionnaires to 108 co-researchers-all the staff and student of one multicultural counselling and psychotherapy training organization. It was left to the participants ot choose the terms to describe themselves (within the context of this research) and 31

Petruska Clarkson; Yuko Nippoda

1997-01-01

101

Antecedents to Financial Statement Misreporting: The Influence of Organizational Business Strategy, Ethical Culture and Climate  

E-print Network

Using organizational theory, this research study examines whether a firm's business strategy influences the ethical culture and climate within the organization, and thus explains why a firm's business strategy may ultimately contribute toward...

Bentley, Kathleen

2012-10-19

102

Evaluation of culturally appropriate health counselling to prevent lifestyle-related diseases and its modification for practical use as the new ABC model of culturally appropriate counselling for Japanese public health nurses.  

PubMed

This study evaluates culturally appropriate health counselling to prevent lifestyle-related diseases and suggests modifications of the method for practical use. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with 13 public health nurses (PHNs) in seven cities with different cultural backgrounds. Data were analysed qualitatively with the following research questions: Do we need to add other cultural factors to the previous six categories or to improve their expression for practical use? Are the methods for using cultural factors valid and expressed in appropriate language for practical use? The original factors were re-categorized into three classifications-Values, Styles and Relationships-using colloquial expressions. The original methods of using cultural factors were re-categorized and modified into five phases: Assessment, Acceptance, Awareness, Balance and Connection. The names of the methods were also modified. Modified culturally appropriate health counselling is easily understandable by any PHN and highlights the unique Japanese culture and style of public health nurses. PMID:23617448

Marutani, Miki; Tamura, Sugako; Miyazaki, Misako; Amamiya, Yuko

2013-04-01

103

A measure of cultural competence as an ethical responsibility: Quick?Racial and Ethical Sensitivity Test  

Microsoft Academic Search

This article presents the psychometric qualifications of a new video?based measure of school professionals' ethical sensitivity toward issues of racial intolerance in schools. The new scale, titled the Quick?Racial and Ethical Sensitivity Test (Quick?REST) is based on the ethical principles commonly shared by school?based professional organisations and James Rest's model of moral decision making. The validation of the measure is

Selcuk R. Sirin; Brian A. Collins

2010-01-01

104

Current products and practice section: religious, cultural, and ethical dilemmas in orthodontics.  

PubMed

There are potential religious, cultural and ethical dilemmas facing patients who are undergoing orthodontic treatment. Opinions were collected from religious and cultural leaders, as well as from non-religious groups who take an ethical standpoint on certain medical or dental treatment. Factors relating to ingredients in orthodontic products, timing of orthodontic appointments, and the effects of religious fasting are all discussed. It is important to recognize all patients' opinions and beliefs when planning and undertaking orthodontic treatment. PMID:12644613

Mattick, C R

2003-03-01

105

Culture and acculturation influences on Palestinian perceptions of prenatal genetic counseling.  

PubMed

Patient cultural backgrounds strongly influence decision-making processes and outcomes in genetic counseling. The present study investigated influences of culture and acculturation on prenatal decision making processes of native Palestinians and Palestinian Americans. Seventeen native Palestinians and 14 first-generation, Palestinian Americans were interviewed and asked to imagine themselves as patients in hypothetical premarital and prenatal situations. Five major issues were investigated: 1) Influence of family history of an inherited condition on pre-marital decisions; 2) Perceptions of non-directive genetic counselor statements regarding options; 3) Role of gender in prenatal decisions; 4) Gender differences in emotional expression; and 5) Role of family and society in prenatal decisions. Several similarities and differences in native Palestinian and Palestinian American responses were obtained. Similarities appear to be due to common cultural roots, while differences may be due to acculturation. Practice and research recommendations are provided. PMID:17963027

Awwad, Rawan; Veach, Patricia McCarthy; Bartels, Dianne M; LeRoy, Bonnie S

2008-02-01

106

Ethical Ideology and Cultural Orientation: Understanding the Individualized Ethical Inclinations of Marketing Students  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

As today's marketing graduates formally enter the business profession, they are expected to demonstrate the fruits of their ethics-intensive education. Hence, their professors and future bosses may call upon these graduates to discern and deal with ethical situations that affect various aspects of company and consumer relations. However,…

Smith, Brent

2009-01-01

107

Waiver Culture: The Unintended Consequence of Ethics Compliance  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The passage of the U.S. Sarbanes-Oxley Act (2002) spawned a series of compliance and ethics programs --the revised Principles of Federal Prosecution of Business Organizations known as the Thompson Memo (Thompson, 2003), the revised Federal Sentencing Guidelines that included the Effective Compliance and Ethics Program and the corporate…

Genova, Gina L.

2008-01-01

108

Ethics and Accreditation in Addictions Counselor Training: Possible Field Placement Issues for CACREP-Accredited Addictions Counseling Programs  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Professional counselors have long been practicing in alcohol and drug treatment settings. However, only recently has the counseling field offered formal recognition of addictions counseling as a specialization through the implementation of accreditation standards for addiction counseling training programs. With the passage of the 2009 standards,…

Linton, Jeremy M.

2012-01-01

109

Liberalism and ethical life : on equality, neutrality, and culture  

E-print Network

Liberalism faces an apparent paradox. Its commitments to values such as neutrality and tolerance seem to recommend a hands-off attitude toward a society's ethical life. It seems the state should not regulate the value ...

Kurtz, Roxanne Marie

2008-01-01

110

The effects of culturally consonant group counseling on the self-esteem and internal locus of control orientation among native american adolescents  

Microsoft Academic Search

Multicultural counseling theorists and researchers have noted the importance of providing culturally sensitive services to ethnic minority clients. This article reports on the results of a study that was designed to assess the impact of a culturally consonant group format among Native Hawaiian adolescents. The study investigated the efficacy of a 10-session group counseling format using a Native Hawaiian healing

Bryan S. K. Kim; Michael M. Omizo; Michael J. Dandrea

1998-01-01

111

Taking ideology out of ethics: from failed business strategies to new cross-cultural platforms  

Microsoft Academic Search

Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to engage and provoke thought amongst strategists that their frameworks are bound by their cultural mindsets. The paper aims to explore the need for a new ethical model that accounts for the cultural differences of the participants from Western and Eastern Europe Design\\/methodology\\/approach – This paper applies the varied expertise of the

David B. Dickerson; Alexander Kouzmin; Nada Korac-Kakabadse

2006-01-01

112

A Comparative Study of International Cultural and Ethical Values: Preliminary Findings and Research Agenda  

Microsoft Academic Search

This paper describes the preliminary results of an ongoing international research project to identify the cultural values and beliefs of business students and executives in several different countries and analyze the relationship between culture and reasons behind business decisions. First, we describe a research project to assess business decisions, based on established theories of ethics. Second, we describe a model

Stephen J. J. McGuire; Angeles Lillian; Y. Fok; Kern Kwong

113

Induced Abortion: An Ethical Conundrum for Counselors.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Induced abortion is one of the most controversial moral issues in American culture, but counselor value struggles regarding abortion are seldom addressed in counseling literature. This article considers the conflictual nature of the ethical principles of autonomy, fidelity, justice, beneficence, and nonmaleficence as they can occur within the…

Millner, Vaughn S.; Hanks, Robert B.

2002-01-01

114

Deaf Adults' Reasons for Genetic Testing Depend on Cultural Affiliation: Results from a Prospective, Longitudinal Genetic Counseling and Testing Study  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This article examines the relationship between cultural affiliation and deaf adults' motivations for genetic testing for deafness in the first prospective, longitudinal study to examine the impact of genetic counseling and genetic testing on deaf adults and the deaf community. Participants (n = 256), classified as affiliating with hearing, Deaf,…

Boudreault, Patrick; Baldwin, Erin E.; Fox, Michelle; Dutton, Loriel; Tullis, LeeElle; Linden, Joyce; Kobayashi, Yoko; Zhou, Jin; Sinsheimer, Janet S.; Sininger, Yvonne; Grody, Wayne W.; Palmer, Christina G. S.

2010-01-01

115

Counselor Education Student Perceptions of the American Counseling Association Ethical Code as It Pertains to the Use of Facebook  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Student use of online social networks has increased exponentially in the past five years. Facebook is one of the largest and most utilized by students. Many counseling students use Facebook on a regular basis to keep in touch with friends, family, and acquaintances. (Lenhart & Madden, 2007). Current American Counseling Association (ACA)…

Babb, Tanner A.

2012-01-01

116

Western medical ethics taught to junior medical students can cross cultural and linguistic boundaries  

PubMed Central

Background Little is known about teaching medical ethics across cultural and linguistic boundaries. This study examined two successive cohorts of first year medical students in a six year undergraduate MBBS program. Methods The objective was to investigate whether Arabic speaking students studying medicine in an Arabic country would be able to correctly identify some of the principles of Western medical ethical reasoning. This cohort study was conducted on first year students in a six-year undergraduate program studying medicine in English, their second language at a medical school in the Arabian Gulf. The ethics teaching was based on the four-principle approach (autonomy, beneficence, non-malfeasance and justice) and delivered by a non-Muslim native English speaker with no knowledge of the Arabic language. Although the course was respectful of Arabic culture and tradition, the content excluded an analysis of Islamic medical ethics and focused on Western ethical reasoning. Following two 45-minute interactive seminars, students in groups of 3 or 4 visited a primary health care centre for one morning, sitting in with an attending physician seeing his or her patients in Arabic. Each student submitted a personal report for summative assessment detailing the ethical issues they had observed. Results All 62 students enrolled in these courses participated. Each student acting independently was able to correctly identify a median number of 4 different medical ethical issues (range 2–9) and correctly identify and label accurately a median of 2 different medical ethical issues (range 2–7) There were no significant correlations between their English language skills or general academic ability and the number or accuracy of ethical issues identified. Conclusions This study has demonstrated that these students could identify medical ethical issues based on Western constructs, despite learning in English, their second language, being in the third week of their medical school experience and with minimal instruction. This result was independent of their academic and English language skills suggesting that ethical principles as espoused in the four principal approach may be common to the students' Islamic religious beliefs, allowing them to access complex medical ethical reasoning skills at an early stage in the medical curriculum. PMID:15283868

Ypinazar, Valmae A; Margolis, Stephen A

2004-01-01

117

Ethics.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Making ethical decision rarely involves a simple yes or no answer. Matters of confidentiality are no different. This article examines how school counselors must draw the line between protecting a student's privacy and providing information to parents and administrators. (GCP)

Dansby-Giles, Gloria

2002-01-01

118

Scaling Measurement Experiments to Planet-Scale: Ethical, Regulatory and Cultural  

E-print Network

Scaling Measurement Experiments to Planet-Scale: Ethical, Regulatory and Cultural Considerations, Fife, UK {tristan,fehmi}@cs.st-andrews.ac.uk 23 June, 2009 Abstract Conducting planet-scale mobility. This position paper highlights some of these issues and argues that they need to be addressed before planet

Henderson, Tristan

119

Wanted: Tesseract. One Hypothesis on Languages, Cultures, and Ethics for Mind, Brain, and Education  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

For potential consideration by the Mind, Brain, and Education community, here is a modest but provocative hypothesis regarding the relationships between acquisition of languages, awareness of cultures, and development of ethics in human beings. Starting from the basic idea according to which "a fish does not know what water is," and using both…

Della Chiesa, Bruno

2010-01-01

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Education for Humanistic, Ethical/Moral and Cultural Values: Final Report of a Regional Meeting.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This report stems from a meeting of representatives of countries in the Asia Pacific region concerned with the development of strategies for strengthening content relating to humanistic, ethical, and cultural values in formal and non-formal education. The following countries were represented: Australia, Bangladesh, China, India, Indonesia, Japan,…

National Inst. for Educational Research, Tokyo (Japan).

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STUDENT UNDERSTANDING of CULTURALLY AND ETHICALLY RESPONSIVE CARE Implications for Nursing Curricula  

Microsoft Academic Search

Nursing education programs have a responsibility to develop strategies that improve future nurses' multicultural competence and eth- ical approaches to caring for populations different than their own.This article describes results of a final exam evaluative process used in an under- graduate class focused on culture and ethics. Ideas for nurse educators who desire increased student responsiveness and accountability for meeting

CAROLYN SPENCE CAGLE

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Ethics and Cultural Competence in Research with Battered Immigrant Latina Women  

Microsoft Academic Search

This article addresses key issues in ethical and culturally competent research with battered immigrant Latinas. The discussion centers on the importance of having an understanding of the realities of the population studied in a research project as well as a commitment to engage in partnership and collaboration with the communities the participants represent. The objective of this article is to

Elithet Silva-Martínez; Susan Murty

2011-01-01

123

Ethics  

Cancer.gov

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Human Research Protection (OHRP) has mandated that all research sites outside the United States that participate in research funded by the U.S. Government must file documentation certifying that each research site observes the Declaration of Helsinki on Ethical Principles for Medical Research Involving Human Subjects and has an independent ethics committee. Sites participating in trials sponsored by the U.S. National Cancer Institute (NCI) must also undergo regular on-site audits.

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Ethics.  

PubMed

This article is from the 1989 CONTEMPO issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association, the purpose of which is to keep physicians informed of recent developments in different areas of medicine through brief overviews by specialists in each field. In his article on ethics, Pellegrino focuses on the issues of euthanasia and fetal research. The practice of active, voluntary euthanasia raises questions about the difference between killing a terminally ill patient and withholding or withdrawing life-prolonging treatment, the limits of patient autonomy, the compatibility of active euthanasia with professional ethics, and the social consequences of legalizing euthanasia. The debate over the use of fetal tissue for research and treatment centers on the issue of induced abortion. PMID:2709576

Pellegrino, E D

1989-05-19

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Counselling HEALTH & COUNSELLING  

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Counselling HEALTH & COUNSELLING SERVICES Counselling 778.782.4615 - Burnaby intake@sfu.ca 778.782.5200 - Vancouver 778.782.8022 - Surrey surrey_counsellor@sfu.ca Health Clinic 778.783.4615 - Burnaby 778.782.5200 - Vancouver Health Promotion 778.782.4674 Health & Counselling Services, SFU - 8888 University Drive, MBC 0164

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Ethics  

Microsoft Academic Search

Ethical discussions about the development and use of chimeras and hybrids (hereafter: “chimbrids”) are faced with a series\\u000a of weighty problems. 1) First, not enough is known about either the research aims or the technical, political and social implications\\u000a of this kind of research to evaluate the benefits, risks and moral implications of the research in the short- or long-term.

Autumn Fiester; Marcus Düwell

127

Research Proposal on the Study of Moral Emotions and Moral Behavior With Applications on Cross Cultural Business Ethics  

Microsoft Academic Search

While business ethics has recently become a popular field of study since the Enron scandal, not much empirical research has been done on whether differences in cross-cultural ethical and moral reasoning exist, and what might be the causes of these differences if they exist. McGregor in his popular book on investment and business opportunities in China, One Billion Customers, stated

Shih-chieh Fang; Andy Chiou

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Ethics in technological culture: a programmatic proposal for a pragmatist approach.  

PubMed

Neither traditional philosophy nor current applied ethics seem able to cope adequately with the highly dynamic character of our modern technological culture. This is because they have insufficient insight into the moral significance of technological artifacts and systems. Here, much can be learned from recent science and technology studies (STS). They have opened up the black box of technological developments and have revealed the intimate intertwinement of technology and society in minute detail. However, while applied ethics is characterized by a certain "technology blindness," the most influential approaches within STS show a "normative deficit" and display on agnostic or even antagonistic attitude toward ethics. To repair the blind spots of both applied ethics and STS, the authors sketch the contours of a pragmatist approach. They will explore the tasks and tools of a pragmatist ethics and pay special attention to the exploration of future worlds disclosed and shaped by technology and the management of deep value conflicts inherent in a pluralistic society. PMID:16013108

Keulartz, Jozef; Schermer, Maartje; Korthals, Michiel; Swierstra, Tsjalling

2004-01-01

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Ethics, Cultural Competence, and the Changing Face of America.  

PubMed

The population in the United States is increasingly multicultural. So, too, is the U.S. physician workforce. The combination of these diversity dynamics sets up the potential for various types of cultural conflict in the nation's examining rooms, including the relationship between religion and medicine. To address the changing patient-physician landscape, we argue for a broad scale intervention: interdisciplinary bioethics training for physicians and other health professionals. This approach seeks to promote a common procedural expectation and language which can lead to an improved, patient-centered approach resulting in better patient-physician relationships that contribute to better health outcomes across the U.S. population. The authors illustrate their thesis and solution using a well-known case of cross-cultural dynamics taken from religion and medicine-Anne Fadiman's The Spirit Catches You And You Fall Down. PMID:23794754

Laws, Terri; Chilton, Janice A

2013-04-01

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Ethics, Cultural Competence, and the Changing Face of America  

PubMed Central

The population in the United States is increasingly multicultural. So, too, is the U.S. physician workforce. The combination of these diversity dynamics sets up the potential for various types of cultural conflict in the nation’s examining rooms, including the relationship between religion and medicine. To address the changing patient-physician landscape, we argue for a broad scale intervention: interdisciplinary bioethics training for physicians and other health professionals. This approach seeks to promote a common procedural expectation and language which can lead to an improved, patient-centered approach resulting in better patient-physician relationships that contribute to better health outcomes across the U.S. population. The authors illustrate their thesis and solution using a well-known case of cross-cultural dynamics taken from religion and medicine—Anne Fadiman’s The Spirit Catches You And You Fall Down. PMID:23794754

Chilton, Janice A.

2012-01-01

131

Facebook: Maintaining Ethical Practice in the Cyberspace Age  

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Current technology provides counseling center clinicians regular and immediate access to the students they work with via social networking. Focusing on Facebook in particular, this article discusses the opportunities and challenges this access creates and specifically explores how utilization of ethical, clinical, and cultural lenses might affect…

Birky, Ian; Collins, Wanda

2011-01-01

132

Political Leadership, Cultural Ethics and Recovery: Louisiana Post-Katrina  

Microsoft Academic Search

The history of Louisiana colorful politics and corruption in government is legendary and, in Louisiana, something celebrated,\\u000a or at least warmly embraced, as part of the cultural richness of the State. An oft-repeated phrase here is that Louisiana\\u000a is no more corrupt than any place else, it’s just that Louisianians are more proud of it. Such sentiments permeate the discussion

Carole L. Jurkiewicz

2009-01-01

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The History of Animal Ethics in Western Culture  

Microsoft Academic Search

\\u000a This chapter is intended as an overview of the major trends of the development of Western attitudes to animals from early\\u000a biblical times to the present. Although Western culture, in its subservience to commercial, industrial and technological innovation,\\u000a has scarcely been what is commonly called “at one with nature,” a concern with the status of our fellow animal relatives has

Rod Preece

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Cultural, ethical, and spiritual competencies of health care providers responding to a catastrophic event.  

PubMed

Compassion is a language that is understood across cultures, religions, and nations. Being compassionate and empathetic is a basic responsibility of health care providers responding to disasters. Compassion and empathy cannot be operationalized unless providers show culturally competent, ethically right, and spiritually caring behavior. In addition to being accepting of cultures other than their own, providers must read literature and familiarize themselves with the predominant cultures of the affected population. Ethically right decision making is essentially an act of balancing the risks and benefits to the entire society. Spiritual care is an important dimension of total health, and therefore recognition and resolution of the spiritual needs of disaster victims is an essential role of health care providers. Disaster management is teamwork and therefore requires that health care providers draw on the expertise and support of other team members; coordinating efforts with local religious, social governmental organizations, and NGOs to deal with the intangible effects of the cultural and spiritual impact of a disaster and to prevent further demoralization of the affected community is imperative. Disasters occur, and the only thing that can ameliorate their devastating effects is to improve disaster preparedness and respond collectively and courageously to every catastrophic event. PMID:21095554

Jose, Mini M

2010-12-01

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32 CFR 776.84 - Ethics investigation.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

...2010-07-01 false Ethics investigation. 776...MISCELLANEOUS RULES PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT OF ATTORNEYS...Procedures § 776.84 Ethics investigation. ...Counsel shall review all ethics investigations. If...investigation, that professional disciplinary...

2010-07-01

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Blending Genetics and Sociocultural Historical Inquiry: Ethics, Culture, and Human Subjects Protection in International Cross Cultural Research  

PubMed Central

In this paper, we examine the implementation and difficulties when conducting genetics research in a rural, traditional West African culture within the frame of the United States’ grounded research ethics. Research challenges are highlighted by Western researchers following U.S. Institutional Review Board (IRB) guidelines and practices in a non-Western country. IRB concepts are culture bound in Western ideals that may not have synchronicity and compatibility with non-Western cultures. Differences in sociocultural norms, traditions, language, and geography were influencing factors that can affect application of IRB principles. Suggestions for change are offered, which will potentially aid researchers considering application of IRB requirements when conducting research in non-Westernized, non-industrialized countries. PMID:23482512

Sampson, Deborah A.; Caldwell, Dennis; Taylor, Andre D.; Taylor, Jacquelyn Y.

2013-01-01

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College of Education RC Rehabilitation Counseling  

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College of Education RC Rehabilitation Counseling KEY: # = new course * = course changed/orchronicfunctionallimitations.Prereq:Collegelevelcoursesinbiologyandpsychologyorconsentofinstructor.(SameasSW516.) RC 520 PRINCIPLES OF REHABILITATION COUNSELING. (3.Studentswillreview humandevelopmentaltheoriesacrossthelifespanandtheirimplicationsandapplicationswithpersonswithdisabilities.Prereq:Admission totheRehabilitationCounselingProgramorconsentofinstructor. RC 530 CULTURAL

MacAdam, Keith

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Cultural imperatives and the ethics of verbal autopsies in rural Ghana  

PubMed Central

Background Due to a paucity of statistics from vital registration systems in developing countries, the verbal autopsy (VA) approach has been used to obtain cause-specific mortality data by interviewing lay respondents on the signs and symptoms experienced by the deceased prior to death. In societies where the culture of mourning is adhered to, the use of VA could clash with traditional norms, thus warranting ethical consideration by researchers. Objective The study was designed to explore the ethics and cultural context of collecting VA information through a demographic and health surveillance system in the Kassena-Nankana District (KND) of Ghana. Study Design Data were collected through qualitative in-depth interviews (IDIs) with four field staff involved in the routine conduct of VAs, four physicians who code VAs, 20 selected respondents to the VA tool, and eight opinion leaders in the KND. The interviews were supplemented with observation by the researchers and with the field notes of field workers. Interviews were audio-recorded, and local language versions transcribed into English. Thematic analysis was performed using QSR NVivo 8 software. Results The data indicate that cultural sensitivities in VA procedures at both the individual and family levels need greater consideration not only for ethical reasons but also to ensure the quality of the data. Discussions of some deaths are culturally prohibited and therefore lead to refusal of interviews. Families were also concerned about the confidentiality of information because of the potential of blame for the death. VA teams do not necessarily engage in culturally appropriate bereavement practices such as the presentation of tokens. The desire by families for feedback on the cause of death, which is currently not provided by researchers, was frequently expressed. Finally, no standard exists on the culturally acceptable time interval between death and VA interviews. Conclusion Ethical issues need to be given greater consideration in the collection of cause of death data, and this can be achieved through the establishment of processes that allow active engagement with communities, authorities of civil registrations, and Institutional Review Boards to take greater account of local contexts. PMID:24054087

Aborigo, Raymond A.; Allotey, Pascale; Tindana, Paulina; Azongo, Daniel; Debpuur, Cornelius

2013-01-01

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The Affordable Care Act: the ethical call to transform the organizational culture.  

PubMed

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act will require health care leaders and managers to develop strategies and implement organizational tactics for their organization to survive and thrive under the federal mandates of this new health care law. Successful health care organizations and health care systems will be defined by their adaptability in the new value-based marketplace created by the Affordable Care Act. The most critical underlining challenge for this success will be the effective transformation of the organizational culture. Transformational value-based leadership is now needed to answer the ethical call for transforming the organizational culture. This article provides a model and recommendations to influence change in the most difficult leadership duty-transforming the organizational culture. PMID:25068882

Piper, Llewellyn E

2014-01-01

140

A Reshaping of Counselling Curriculum: Responding to the Changing (Bi)Cultural Context  

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This article describes some of the local Aotearoa New Zealand context of a general "mainstream" undergraduate counselling degree. Students' learning is shaped to produce a professional practice for the local context of Aotearoa New Zealand. As counsellor educators informed by social constructionism, we detail our theoretical position and our…

Flintoff, Vivianne J.; Rivers, Shirley

2012-01-01

141

Ecologically Based, Culturally Concordant Responding Following Disasters: The Counseling Psychologist's Role  

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This article reviews the existing theory, research, policy, and practice of disaster mental health and the role of counseling psychology in post-disaster and catastrophic situations, all from a social justice perspective. Specifically, we discuss the phases and stages, social ecology, and individual reactions to disasters. A case study is…

Spokane, Arnold R.; Inman, Arpana G.; Weatherford, Ryan D.; Davidson, Anju Kaduvettoor; Straw, Rebecca

2011-01-01

142

Autonomy as Process and Outcome: Revisiting Cultural and Practical Issues in Motivation for Counseling  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Three commentators (Carter, 2011; Kim, 2011; Scheel, 2011) concurred with a central proposition of the target article (Ryan, Lynch, Vansteenkiste, & Deci, 2011): that client motivation for counseling is of critical importance to counselors and therapists. In this Reply, we acknowledge and address a number of issues raised by the commentators,…

Lynch, Martin F.; Vansteenkiste, Maarten; Deci, Edward L.; Ryan, Richard M.

2011-01-01

143

Group Counseling Expectations Among Asian American Students: The Role of Culture-Specific Factors  

Microsoft Academic Search

The present study investigated the influence of loss of face and acculturation on the group psychotherapy expectations of Asian American students (N = 134) with the Positive Attitudes subscale from Y. S. Slocum's (1987) Group Therapy Survey. Results showed that loss of face was not a significant predictor of positive attitudes toward group counseling, whereas acculturation was. U. Kim's (1988)

Frederick T. L. Leong; Nicole S. Wagner; Helen H. Kim

1995-01-01

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Food and Culture: A Pedagogical Approach to Contextualizing Food-Based Activities in Multicultural Counseling Courses  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Pedagogic approaches that draw on reflective practices and experiential activities are valued for their perceived ability to enhance multicultural understanding. The use of food-based assignments is not uncommon in multicultural counseling courses; however, the authors contend that although these activities may be experiential in nature, they are…

Sommer, Carol A.; Rush, Lee Covington; Ingene, Daphne H.

2011-01-01

145

Diagnosis of autism, abortion and the ethics of childcare in Yoruba culture.  

PubMed

This paper examines the ethics of childcare in Yoruba culture in the contexts of autism and abortion. The traditional Yoruba moral principles of ibikojuibi (equality of humans at birth) and ajowapo (solidarity) have been theoretically developed to establish the personhood of autistic children and provide a justification for not aborting foetuses with autism. Despite these justifications, this paper argues that there is a need for contextual rethinking, which would allow for: (i) prenatal genetic testing, as well as abortion of foetuses with a high risk of the autism mutation, and (ii) early clinical diagnosis and treatment of autistic children in contemporary Yoruba society. PMID:25377038

Fayemi, Ademola Kazeem

2014-01-01

146

Cultural and ethical issues in Korea's recent elder abuse reporting system.  

PubMed

The primary purpose of this article is to examine the relevance of cultural values, such as familism and individualism, that influence public policy implementation processes for protecting older adults in Korea and the United States. The secondary purpose is to identify ethical dilemmas and policy implications for effectively implementing the recently developed public law designed to protect vulnerable older adults in Korea. This article discusses both similarities and differences found in the two countries' elder abuse reporting systems and the service delivery systems for protecting older adults at risk of abuse and neglect. PMID:19347717

Doe, Sondra Seungja; Han, Hye Kyung; McCaslin, Rosemary

2009-04-01

147

Teaching engineering ethics using role-playing in a culturally diverse student group.  

PubMed

The use of role-playing ("active learning") as a teaching tool has been reported in areas as diverse as social psychology, history and analytical chemistry. Its use as a tool in the teaching of engineering ethics and professionalism is also not new, but the approach develops new perspectives when used in a college class of exceptionally wide cultural diversity. York University is a large urban university (40,000 undergraduates) that draws its enrolment primarily from the Greater Toronto Area, arguably one of the most culturally diverse cities in the world, embracing the largest percentage of Canada's immigration. Among the area's five million inhabitants, 50% identify themselves as a visible minority born outside Canada, while over 100 languages and dialects are spoken daily. Although students admitted from this international pool have usually been exposed to western attitudes during secondary education and are rapidly assimilated into Canadian culture, responses to specific ethical issues are strongly influenced by their prior culture. Two and three-part scripts for case studies based on NSF or original scenarios were written to illustrate issues such as gifts, attitudes towards women and ethnic minorities, conflict of interest, whistle-blowing, sexual harassment, individual rights, privacy, environment, intellectual property, and others. Following the presentation, the actors lead group discussion based on previously specified questions. Once the initial shyness and reluctance of some cultures has been overcome through the building of rapport, students have written original scripts based on hypothetical or prior personal situations. The method is now being adopted in a short course format to assist the professional integration of foreign trained engineers. PMID:16609718

Prince, Robert H

2006-04-01

148

The ethical self-fashioning of physicians and health care systems in culturally appropriate health care.  

PubMed

Diverse advocacy groups have pushed for the recognition of cultural differences in health care as a means to redress inequalities in the U.S., elaborating a form of biocitizenship that draws on evidence of racial and ethnic health disparities to make claims on both the state and health care providers. These efforts led to federal regulations developed by the U.S. Office of Minority Health requiring health care organizations to provide Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services. Based on ethnographic research at workshops and conferences, in-depth interviews with cultural competence trainers, and an analysis of postings to a moderated listserv with 2,000 members, we explore cultural competence trainings as a new type of social technology in which health care providers and institutions are urged to engage in ethical self-fashioning to eliminate prejudice and embody the values of cultural relativism. Health care providers are called on to re-orient their practice (such as habits of gaze, touch, and decision-making) and to act on their own subjectivities to develop an orientation toward Others that is "culturally competent." We explore the diverse methods that cultural competence trainings use to foster a health care provider's ability to be self-reflexive, including face-to-face workshops and classes and self-guided on-line modules. We argue that the hybrid formation of culturally appropriate health care is becoming detached from its social justice origins as it becomes rationalized by and more firmly embedded in the operations of the health care marketplace. PMID:21553151

Shaw, Susan J; Armin, Julie

2011-06-01

149

Crisis Counseling: An Overview  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Psychologists working in schools are often the first contacts for children experiencing a potentially traumatizing event or change in status. This article reviews basic concepts in crisis counseling and describes the components of psychological first aid. This form of counseling must be developmentally and culturally appropriate as well as…

Sandoval, Jonathan; Scott, Amy Nicole; Padilla, Irene

2009-01-01

150

Counseling in Singapore  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Singapore, a tiny island nation, rose from 3rd- to 1st-world status in just 3 decades. Unlike in most developed countries, counseling in Singapore has a short history with faith-based beginnings and currently faces challenges to remain culturally relevant. The authors trace the development of Singapore's counseling services, provide an update…

Yeo, Lay See; Tan, Soo Yin; Neihart, Maureen F.

2012-01-01

151

Female genital cutting (FGC) and the ethics of care: community engagement and cultural sensitivity at the interface of migration experiences  

PubMed Central

Background Female Genital Cutting (FGC) anchored in a complex socio-cultural context becomes significant at the interface of access of health and social services in host countries. The practice of FGC at times, understood as a form of gender-based violence, may result in unjustifiable consequences among girls and women; yet, these practices are culturally engrained traditions with complex meanings calling for ethically and culturally sensitive health and social service provision. Intents and meanings of FGC practice need to be well understood before before any policies that criminalize and condemn are derived and implemented. FGC is addressed as a global public health issue with complex legal and ethical dimensions which impacts ability to access services, far beyond gender sensitivity. The ethics of terminology are addressed, building on the sustained controversial debate in regards to the delicate issue of conceptualization. An overview of international policies is provided, identifying the current trend of condemnation of FGC practices. Socio-cultural and ethical challenges are discussed in light of selected findings from a community-based research project. The illustrative examples provided focus on Western countries, with a specific emphasis on Canada. Discussion The examples provided converge with the literature confirming the utmost necessity to engage with the FGC practicing communities allowing for ethically sensitive strategies, reduction of harm in relation to systems of care, and prevention of the risk of systematic gendered stigmatization. A culturally competent, gender and ethically sensitive approach is argued for to ensure the provision of quality ethical care for migrant families in host countries. We argue that socio-cultural determinants such as ethnicity, migration, sex and gender need to be accounted for as integral to the social construction of FGC. Summary Working partnerships between the public health sector and community based organisations with a true involvement of women and men from practicing communities will allow for more sensitive and congruent clinical guidelines. In order to honour the fundamental principles and values of medical ethics, such as compassion, beneficence, non-malfeasance, respect, and justice and accountability, socio-cultural interactions at the interface of health and migration will continue to require proper attention. It entails a commitment to recognise the intrinsic value and dignity of girls’ and women’s context. PMID:24758156

2014-01-01

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Ethnic Identity and Parenting Stress in South Asian Families: Implications for Culturally Sensitive Counselling  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The South Asian culture is one in which family obligation and loyalty, as well as self-sacrifice and obedience toward one's elders, are paramount. These values can be different from those of the more individualistically oriented Euro-Canadian dominant culture, and can prompt challenges of cultural adjustment among Canadian-born South Asian youth…

Shariff, Aneesa

2009-01-01

153

Confidential Counselling & Support for University of Bath Staff  

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of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), working with reference to the `Ethical Framework for Good Practice in Counselling and Psychotherapy'. How to Contact EAP We are open Mondays

Burton, Geoffrey R.

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Ethical aspects of directly observed treatment for tuberculosis: a cross-cultural comparison  

PubMed Central

Background Tuberculosis is a major global public health challenge, and a majority of countries have adopted a version of the global strategy to fight Tuberculosis, Directly Observed Treatment, Short Course (DOTS). Drawing on results from research in Ethiopia and Norway, the aim of this paper is to highlight and discuss ethical aspects of the practice of Directly Observed Treatment (DOT) in a cross-cultural perspective. Discussion Research from Ethiopia and Norway demonstrates that the rigid enforcement of directly observed treatment conflicts with patient autonomy, dignity and integrity. The treatment practices, especially when imposed in its strictest forms, expose those who have Tuberculosis to extra burdens and costs. Socially disadvantaged groups, such as the homeless, those employed as day labourers and those lacking rights as employees, face the highest burdens. Summary From an ethical standpoint, we argue that a rigid practice of directly observed treatment is difficult to justify, and that responsiveness to social determinants of Tuberculosis should become an integral part of the management of Tuberculosis. PMID:23819555

2013-01-01

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Right and Wrong and Cultural Diversity: Replication of the 2002 NAS/Zogby Poll on Business Ethics  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

In April 2002, a NAS/Zogby poll found that only a quarter of sampled students perceived uniform standards of "right and wrong" and that most students felt that ethical behavior depends on cultural diversity. In this effort to replicate those findings in a larger sample of American college students, the authors obtained results that contradict the…

Ludlum, Marty; Mascaloinov, Sergei

2004-01-01

156

Building Cultures of Integrity: The Small Choices Education Leaders Make Can Advance Districtwide Ethics Powerfully and Positively  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Today's superintendents must play a critical role in building a district culture of integrity that maximizes students' ethical development. They must provide an educational environment that clearly supports the broadest aims of public education, which must include strong academic preparation. But it also includes providing students with an…

Mirk, Paula

2011-01-01

157

Reducing cultural and psychological barriers to Latino enrollment in HIV-prevention counseling: Initial data on an enrollment meta-intervention  

PubMed Central

Aspects of Latino culture (e.g., machismo, marianism) can act as barriers to enrollment in HIV-prevention programs. To lift these barriers, a culturally appropriate meta-intervention was designed to increase intentions to enroll in HIV-prevention counseling by Latinos. Latino participants (N = 41) were recruited from the community and randomly assigned to either an experimental or control meta-intervention condition that varied the introduction to a HIV-prevention counseling program. Following the meta-intervention, participants were issued an invitation to take part in HIV-prevention counseling. The outcome measure was the intention to enroll in a HIV-prevention counseling session. Findings indicated that enrollment intentions were higher in the experimental meta-intervention condition (96%) than in the control meta-intervention condition (53%). In addition, the effects of the meta-intervention were comparable across genders and participant ages. Findings suggest that the use of a culturally appropriate meta-intervention may be an effective strategy for increasing Latino enrollment in HIV-prevention programs. These promising findings warrant further investigation into the efficacy and effectiveness of this meta-intervention. PMID:23398305

Wilson, Kristina; Durantini, Marta R.; Albarracín, Julia; Crause, Candi; Albarracín, Dolores

2013-01-01

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Genetic Counseling  

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... this page It's been added to your dashboard . Genetic counseling Genetic counseling is a service to help ... child care and genetic testing. Who should get genetic counseling? Anyone who has unanswered questions about origins ...

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Methodological Issues in Cross-Cultural Counseling Research: Equivalence, Bias, and Translations  

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Concerns about the cross-cultural validity of constructs are discussed, including equivalence, bias, and translation procedures. Methods to enhance equivalence are described, as are strategies to evaluate and minimize types of bias. Recommendations for translating instruments are also presented. To illustrate some challenges of cross-cultural

Aegisdottir, Stefania; Gerstein, Lawrence A.; Cinarbas, Deniz Canel

2008-01-01

160

The Impact of Creativity in Counseling  

Microsoft Academic Search

Creativity is a crucial component in the advancement of all major cultural entities, including effective counseling. It is through creativity that major theories of counseling and skills in counseling have been developed. Creativity is longitudinal in its impact. If counseling is to progress in the future, it is essential that counselors be rewarded for creative innovations and that they help

Samuel T. Gladding

2008-01-01

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The Impact of Creativity in Counseling  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Creativity is a crucial component in the advancement of all major cultural entities, including effective counseling. It is through creativity that major theories of counseling and skills in counseling have been developed. Creativity is longitudinal in its impact. If counseling is to progress in the future, it is essential that counselors be…

Gladding, Samuel T.

2008-01-01

162

Foreign counselling trainees’ experiences of practising in a second language and culture   

E-print Network

We live in a multicultural, globalised world, in which counsellors and psychotherapists are increasingly required to work across languages and cultures. Existing literature, however, focuses largely on the needs and ...

Georgiadou, Lorena

2014-07-01

163

Good food, good people: Understanding the cultural repertoire of ethical eating  

Microsoft Academic Search

Ethical consumption is understood by scholars as a key way that individuals can address social and ecological problems. While a hopeful trend, it raises the question of whether ethical consumption is primarily an elite social practice, especially since niche markets for ethical food products (for example, organics, fair trade) are thought to attract wealthy, educated consumers. Scholars do not fully

Josee Johnston; Michelle Szabo; Alexandra Rodney

2011-01-01

164

Expanding the Philosophical Base for Ethical Public Relations Practice: Cross-Cultural Case Application of Non-Western Ethical Philosophies  

Microsoft Academic Search

Western philosophical approaches, such as utilitarianism, have informed journalism and public relations practices in the West with little regard for non-Western frameworks. To rectify the ethnocentrism of ethical reasoning prevalent in Western public relations practices, we discuss two non-Western philosophical foundations: the palaver-tree concept from Africa and Confucianism from Asia. By focusing on the philosophical base as the first step

Koji Fuse; Mitchell Land; Jacqueline J. Lambiase

2010-01-01

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Cultural conundrums: the ethics of epidemiology and the problems of population in implementing pre-exposure prophylaxis.  

PubMed

The impending implementation of pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) has prompted complicated bioethical and public health ethics concerns regarding the moral distribution of antiretroviral medications (ARVs) to ostensibly healthy populations as a form of HIV prevention when millions of HIV-positive people still lack access to ARVs globally. This manuscript argues that these questions are, in part, concerns over the ethics of the knowledge production practices of epidemiology. Questions of distribution, and their attendant cost-benefit calculations, will rely on a number of presupposed, and therefore, normatively cultural assumptions within the science of epidemiology specifically regarding the ability of epidemiologic surveillance to produce accurate maps of HIV throughout national populations. Specifically, ethical questions around PrEP will focus on who should receive ARVs given the fact that global demand will far exceed supply. Given that sexual transmission is one of the main modes of HIV transmission, these questions of 'who' are inextricably linked to knowledge about sexual personhood. As a result, the ethics of epidemiology, and how the epidemiology of HIV in particular conceives, classifies and constructs sexual populations will become a critical point of reflection and contestation for bioethicists, health activists, physicians, nurses, and researchers in the multi-disciplinary field of global health. This paper examines how cultural conundrums within the fields of bioethics and public health ethics are directly implicated within the ethics of PrEP, by analyzing the problems of population inaugurated by the construction of the men who have sex with men (MSM) epidemiologic category in the specific national context of South Africa. PMID:24373050

Fiereck, Kirk

2015-04-01

166

Understanding the Depth and Richness of the Cultural Context in Career Counseling through the Cultural Formulation Approach (CFA)  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

In this article, the authors discuss the Cultural Formulation Approach (CFA) proposed by Leong and his colleagues, and the strong and insightful applications of the approach offered by Leong, Arthur, Juntunen, Byars-Winston, and Flores. They think this model has phenomenal possibilities in providing a methodology for counselors to be able to…

Heppner, Mary J.; Fu, Chu-Chun

2010-01-01

167

Second Language Acquisition: Cultural, Cognitive, and Clinical Considerations for Counseling Practice  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The non-English-speaking population of the United States has increased by 140% since 1980 (Shin & Kominski, 2010). To serve this growing population, it is important that counselors increase their multicultural and multilingual competence. Through the lens of multicultural theory and relational-cultural theory, we analyze potential benefits of…

Ivers, Nathaniel N.; Ivers, John J., Sr.; Duffey, Thelma

2013-01-01

168

Cross-Cultural Perspectives in Counseling: Mental Health Conceptions in Malaysia.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The general societal pattern in Malaysia is reflected by the distinct multi-racial composition of the population, comprised of Malays, Chinese, and Indians. In Malaysia, ethnicity determines the varied differences in the socio-cultural and religious diversity of the population. Organized modern medical services have existed in Malaysia since…

Mohamed, Othman

169

A Personal Journey toward Culture-Centered Counseling: An Interview with Paul Pedersen  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Paul Pedersen's journey into becoming culturally competent has encountered interesting twists and turns. An introduction, a discussion of historical factors that help shape his life, a discussion of some of his major contributions, an assessment of the current state of multiculturalism, as well as Paul's vision of the future are all presented.

Cartwright, Brenda Y.; D'Andrea, Michael

2005-01-01

170

Genetic counseling  

E-print Network

and susceptibility genes brought forth by the sequencing of the human genome has brought challenges to the field of genetic counseling. The traditional role of genetic counseling has significantly widened to address a diversity of developing needs, ranging from... GENETIC COUNSELING What Is Genetic Counseling? The National Society of Genetic Counselors (NSGC) defines genetic counseling as the process of assisting people with understanding and adapting to the medical, psychological, and familial implications...

Stough, Laura

2014-01-01

171

Confucian dynamism, culture and ethical changes in Chinese societies – a comparative study of China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong  

Microsoft Academic Search

Confucian ethics, as the essence of the Chinese traditional culture, have been widely applied to social sciences from economics to business. Confucian dynamism, a concept proposed by researchers during the 1980s, was understood to boost Asian economies. According to the previous studies, the rankings of Chinese societies in terms of Confucian dynamism followed the order China>Hong Kong>Taiwan. Based on an

Liang-Hung Lin; Yu-Ling Ho

2009-01-01

172

Reuse Of Pacemakers In Ghana And Nigeria: Medical, Legal, Cultural And Ethical Perspectives.  

PubMed

According to the World Health Organization (WHO) cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of death globally. Over 80% of CVD deaths take place in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). It is estimated that 1 million to 2 million people worldwide die each year due to lack of access to an implantable cardiac defibrillator (ICD) or a pacemaker. Despite the medical, legal, cultural and ethical controversies surrounding the pacemaker reutilization, studies done so far on the reuse of postmortem pacemakers show it to be safe and effective with an infection rate of 1.97% and device malfunction rate of 0.68%. Pacemaker reutilization can be effectively and safely done and does not pose significant additional risk to the recipient. Heart patients with reused pacemakers have an improved quality of life compared to those without pacemakers. The thesis of this paper is that pacemaker reutilization is a life-saving initiative in LMICs of Nigeria and Ghana. It is cost effective; consistent with the principles of beneficence, nonmaleficence, and justice with a commitment to stewardship of resources and the Common Good. Used pacemakers with adequate battery life can be properly sterilized for use by patients in LMICs who cannot afford the cost of a new pacemaker. PMID:24720369

Ochasi, Aloysius; Clark, Peter

2014-04-11

173

A Unified Code of Ethics for Rehabilitation Counselors.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Describes importance of a unified code of ethics to the evolution of professional rehabilitation counseling. Traces guiding principles and processes involved in the drafting of the code of ethics jointly endorsed by the American Rehabilitation Counseling Association, the National Rehabilitation Counseling Association, and the Commission on…

Tarvydas, Vilia M.; Pape, Deborah A.

1988-01-01

174

Current Practices & Future Implications for Internet Counseling.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

In the counseling profession, the use of the Internet is a novel phenomenon and one that is continuing to attract and demand counselors' attention. There are those who advocate on its behalf, while others scrutinize it with disapproval. It is argued that the counseling profession has both a duty and an ethical obligation to meet the needs and…

Attridge, William C.

175

Interactional Counseling.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Provides an integrative review of interactional concepts within counseling and shows that the interactional view is a unique and valuable perspective for counseling psychology. Provides conceptual coherence to interactional views on theory, practice, and research. (Author/ABL)

Claiborn, Charles D.; Lichtenberg, James W.

1989-01-01

176

Cybercounseling: Characteristics and Barriers for Use in School Counseling Programs  

Microsoft Academic Search

With the impact of technology, the time has come to address alternative ways to providing counseling by integrating technology and using the Internet as an avenue of counseling. This electronic form of counseling is called cybercounseling. The purpose of this study was to explore counselor knowledge, opinions, ethical concerns, legal concerns, and recommendations for implementation of cybercounseling in the schools

Michael Brian Law

177

Counseling Males.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Contains 16 articles about counseling males including: (1) gender role conflict; (2) sex-role development; (3) counseling adolescent, adult, and gay males; (4) teenage fathers; (5) female therapists and male clients; (6) career development; (7) hypermasculinity; (8) counseling physically abusive men, uncoupling men; (9) group therapy, men's…

Scher, Murray, Ed.

1981-01-01

178

Practical, Ethical, and Legal Considerations regarding Videocounseling in College and University Counseling Centers: A Response to Quarto's "Influencing College Students' Perceptions of Videocounseling"  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

There are numerous factors and concerns to take into consideration when implementing new technology into a counseling center's practice. These factors--informed consent, confidentiality, record-keeping, licensure, technical issues, eligibility, emergencies, and staff perceptions--are legitimate and must be addressed and resolved before…

Menzano, Silvestro; Goodwin, Alan; Rockett, Geraldine; Morris, Kathy

2011-01-01

179

Marketing norms: The influence of personal moral philosophies and organizational ethical culture  

Microsoft Academic Search

This study develops a scale, using the American Marketing Association’s code of ethics, to measure the marketing-related norms\\u000a of marketing practitioners. The scale has five dimensions: 1) price and distribution, 2) information and contracts, 3) product\\u000a and promotion, 4) obligation and disclosure, and 5) general honesty and integrity. The relative influence of personal moral\\u000a philosophies and organizational ethical climate on

Scott J. Vitell; Kumar C. Rallapalli; Anusorn Singhapakdi

1993-01-01

180

Google in China: A Manager-Friendly Heuristic Model for Resolving Cross-Cultural Ethical Conflicts  

Microsoft Academic Search

Management practitioners and scholars have worked diligently to identify methods for ethical decision making in international\\u000a contexts. Theoretical frameworks such as Integrative Social Contracts Theory (Donaldson and Dunfee, 1994, Academy of Management Review \\u000a 19, 252–284) and more recently the Global Business Citizenship Approach [Wood et al., 2006, Global Business Citizenship: A Transformative Framework for Ethics and Sustainable Capitalism. (M. E. Sharpe,

J. Brooke Hamilton; Stephen B. Knouse; Vanessa Hill

2009-01-01

181

Why Do Staff of Joint-Use Libraries Sometimes Fail to Integrate? Investigating Cultures and Ethics in a Public-Tertiary Joint-Use Library  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Joint-use libraries have identified staff integration as a problem. Using focus groups, this project investigated the culture, professional ethics, and attitudes of staff in a public-tertiary joint-use library in Auckland, New Zealand. Findings show some difference in organizational cultures, but more variation at the lower level of roles and…

Calvert, Philip James

2010-01-01

182

A cross-cultural examination of the general theory of marketing ethics: does it apply to the next generation of managers?  

Microsoft Academic Search

Confirms the empirical test of Hunt and Vitell’s general theory of marketing ethics by Mayo and Marks across four cultures. Uses path analysis to show the core relationships of the general theory of marketing ethics were successfully replicated using over 1,500 students from seven universities in the USA, Canada, the Netherlands, and Australia. States that tomorrow’s managers appeared to use

Casey L. Donoho; Michael J. Polonsky; Scott Roberts; David A. Cohen

2001-01-01

183

Counselors' Perceptions of Ethical Behaviors  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

A random sample of American Counseling Association members was asked to respond to a 77-item survey of counselor behaviors and identify whether each behavior was ethical or unethical. Results are categorized by behaviors in which 90% of counselors agreed, 75% to 90% agreed, and 25% to 50% disagreed. Also, changes in ethics education were reviewed…

Neukrug, Edward S.; Milliken, Tammi

2011-01-01

184

Cultural and ethical considerations for cardiopulmonary resuscitation in chinese patients with cancer at the end of life.  

PubMed

End-of-life (EOL) decision making is based on the values and wishes of terminally ill patients. However, little is known on the extent to which cultural factors affect personal attitudes toward life-sustaining treatments (LSTs) such as cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in China. This study evaluated the cultural and ethical considerations during EOL decisions and assessed the factors that affect pursuing LSTs in China. We used a case-control study design and compared their baseline characteristics with the provided EOL care and treatments. The CPR treatment among patients with cancer at EOL was affected by Chinese family traditions and Western influences. Our results reflect the need to improve EOL care and treatment in China. PMID:24463202

Zhang, Zhe; Chen, Meng-Lei; Gu, Xiao-Li; Liu, Ming-Hui; Cheng, Wen-Wu

2015-03-01

185

Academic ethics: What has morality, culture and administration got to do with its measurement?  

Microsoft Academic Search

While there is no dearth of studies on ethical issues, the specific subject of examination misconduct has attracted fewer studies, especially in Africa. This study is an ongoing exploratory attempt to develop a measure of examination misconduct. Self-administered questionnaires were used to collect data from 450 undergraduate business students of the Universities of Botswana and Swaziland. A nine-item measure of

Gbolahan Gbadamosi

2004-01-01

186

Historical memory, cultural claims, and environmental ethics in the jurisprudence of whaling regulation  

Microsoft Academic Search

This study considers in historical perspective the ethical and juridical norms relevant to commercial and indigenous whaling activities and their regulation. An assessment is offered of the records of the International Whaling Commission from 1946 to the present, and of individual whaling nations, especially Japan and Norway. The argument is made that historic behavior should matter, when the question is

Harry N. Scheiber

1998-01-01

187

Corporate social responsibility as cultural meaning management: a critique of the marketing of ‘ethical’ bottled water  

Microsoft Academic Search

To date, the primary focus of research in the field of corporate social responsibility (CSR) has been on the strategic implications of CSR for corporations and less on an evaluation of CSR from a wider political, economic and social perspective. In this paper, we aim to address this gap by critically engaging with marketing campaigns of so?called ‘ethical’ bottled water.

Vinicius Brei; Steffen Böhm

2011-01-01

188

Geosciences: an important tool for the ethical advancement and the economic and cultural development of our society  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The development of a society in economic, cultural and ethical terms is always linked to the growth of the scientific and technical knowledge. It follows that the downsizing of the scientific research brings to a slower growth or even, as it is happening these days in Italy, a real cultural decay. The consequences of the economic crisis are evident to everyone, but it is precisely in times of crisis that the best strategies to restart the economy and give new cultural perspectives to society are studied. The crisis is also contrasted with ideas and ability to put them into practice. This, however, also presupposes a different cultural approach, which has to also include a review of values and beliefs, and a redefinition of the objectives to be pursued. This approach is modeled on the basis of several positive experiences that a country can boast. Among these experiences, there are those arising from the scientific culture: geology, for example, such as chemistry, biology or other sciences, can help to change vision. The research and practice of Earth sciences have important implications on the life and activities of the population and therefore the geoscientists, as active subjects in the society, should question their role and responsibilities. They should be at the service of society, especially in the fields of prevention from natural hazards and valorization of georesources. In this sense they can give important indications for economy and development of their country. The Italian Council of Geologists (Consiglio Nazionale dei Geologi - CNG) acts with the aim of highlighting the social role of geoscientists, hoping for a new cultural Renaissance, which leads to new researches, without obscurantism or prejudices. In an authoritative way, the CNG intends to put this social role before any demand from the professional category. Therefore, it has recently presented its political Manifesto, geared essentially to the good governance of the territory, to all the Italian political parties and candidates to the role of Prime Minister, asking them to share it in their election programs. This paper stresses that geology can and must bring those contributions which society requires, in respect of a comprehensive view of the land and its management, with an integrated approach to the major issues that directly or indirectly involve the whole society: finding, exploitation and proper management of natural resources (water, raw materials and sources of energy); knowledge of natural hazards and risks and consequent planning of all those actions necessary and indispensable, since the territorial safety is a fundamental right of every citizen. If the geosciences and geoscientists will be placed at the base of the economic and social structure of a modern country, consequently their contribution in terms of ethical and cultural progress of society will become essential.

Vito Graziano, Gian

2013-04-01

189

ASCA Ethical Standards and the Relevance of Eastern Ethical Theories  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

As schools become increasingly diverse through immigration and growth of minority groups, it is important that school counselors incorporate culturally sensitive ethical decision-making in their practice. The use of Western ethical theories in the application of professional codes of ethics provides a specific perspective in ethical

Cook, Amy L.; Houser, Rick A.

2009-01-01

190

21A.215 Medical Anthropology: Culture, Society, and Ethics in Disease and Health, Fall 2008  

E-print Network

This course looks at medicine from a cross-cultural perspective, focusing on the human, as opposed to biological, side of things. Students learn how to analyze various kinds of medical practice as cultural systems. Particular ...

Jackson, Jean

191

Dimensions of ethical business cultures: comparing data from 13 countries of Europe, Asia, and the Americas  

Microsoft Academic Search

This paper reports the results of a survey-based study of perceptions of ethical business practices in 13 countries of Europe, Asia, and the Americas. Responses from more than 23,000 managers and employees were analyzed using multivariate analysis of variance and post-hoc comparisons, aimed at identifying homogenous sets of countries. Anglo countries (US, UK, Australia, and Canada) clustered together, and were

Alexandre Ardichvili; Douglas Jondle; Brenda Kowske

2010-01-01

192

CULTURAL CHALLENGES FOR VIOLENCE PREVENTION: WORKING TOWARDS AN ETHICAL PRACTICE OF SUSTAINABLE INTERVENTIONS  

Microsoft Academic Search

As culture frames our beliefs and values, our ways of thinking and behaviour, considerations of culture are central to understandings of violent behaviour and the development of successful, sustainable forms of prevention. 1 In Australia, existing postcolonial and multicultural social relations necessitate that those working in the field of preventing violence against women recognise cultural differences in the ways that

Rochelle Braaf

193

Racial and Ethnic Barriers in Counseling.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

There are numerous problems involved in counseling minority group members. Rapport is difficult to establish because of the racial and/or cultural attitudes client and counselor have toward one another; consequently the client often finds his own goals in opposition to those of counseling. The existing cultural gap also leads to different patterns…

Vontress, Clemmont E.

194

When Sociopolitical Events Strike Cultural Beliefs: Divergent Impact of Hurricane Katrina on African Americans' and European Americans' Endorsement of the Protestant Work Ethic  

Microsoft Academic Search

Can a single, powerful sociopolitical event (government's response to Hurricane Katrina) produce changes in prevalent cultural beliefs such as the Protestant work ethic (PWE)? In a cross-sectional study conducted before, immediately after, and 5 months after Katrina (Study 1: Part a), in a longitudinal study tracking participants immediately after Katrina and 3 months later (Study 1: Part b), and in

Sheri R. Levy; Antonio L. Freitas; Rodolfo Mendoza-Denton; Heather Kugelmass; Lisa Rosenthal

2010-01-01

195

The Relationship of Organizational Corruption with Organizational Culture, Attitude towards Work and Work Ethics: A Search on Turkish High School Teachers  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The aim of this study is to analyse organizational corruption and to determine its level of relation to attitude towards work, work ethics and organizational culture. The data in study have been collected from 441 public high school teachers employed in the central districts of Ankara in the school year of 2008-2009. Data have been collected…

Balci, Ali; Ozdemir, Murat; Apaydin, Cigdem; Ozen, Fatmanur

2012-01-01

196

Asian Shades of Spirituality: Implications for Multicultural School Counseling  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

In the current practice of school counseling, little consideration is given to the spiritual background of students of Asian cultures. Although there is a body of literature on Asian culture in counseling, the authors could find remarkably few articles pertaining to counseling students in the context of Asian religious and spiritual traditions. In…

Hanna, Fred J.; Green, Alan

2004-01-01

197

Challenges of Cultural and Racial Diversity to Counseling: Volume 1. Great Britain and the United States. London Conference Proceedings (June 25-29, 1989).  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This document presents the proceedings of the first international conference sponsored by the American Association for Counseling and Development (AACD) and the British Association for Counselling (BAC). The document contains a foreword by Robert Nejedlo; a preface by Edwin Herr and John McFadden; an overview of the language of counseling in the…

Herr, Edwin L., Ed.; McFadden, John, Ed.

198

Publishing ethics in paediatric research: a cross-cultural comparative review.  

PubMed

The present article aims to scrutinize publishing ethics in the fields of paediatrics and paediatric nursing. Full-text readings of all original research articles in paediatrics from a high-income economy, i.e. Sweden, and from all low-income economies in Sub-Saharan Africa, were reviewed as they were indexed and stored in Web of Science for the search period from 1 January 2007 to 7 October 2009. The application of quantitative and qualitative content analysis revealed a marked discrepancy in publishing frequencies between the two contrasting economies. Authors from 16 low-income economies in Sub-Saharan Africa, with at least one article stored, were obviously closely linked to co-authorships and foreign funding sources, predominantly from Europe and the USA. Statements concerning conflicts of interest were frequently missing (both regions), even when multiple financial sources, including companies, were involved. It is necessary to be aware of possible systematic bias when using electronic databases to search for certain topics and regions. Further research regarding publishing ethics in paediatrics and paediatric nursing is emphasized. PMID:22457386

Brännström, Inger

2012-03-01

199

Culturally Responsive Teaching as an Ethics- and Care-Based Approach to Urban Education  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Research shows culturally responsive teaching affects urban students positively. Current literature is an excellent resource for urban teacher preparation and provides definitions, models, and examples to help preservice teachers recognize the "how" and "what" of culturally responsive teaching. Missing, however, is an accessible, in-depth…

Shevalier, Rae; McKenzie, Barbara Ann

2012-01-01

200

Confidentiality Issues when Minor Children Disclose Family Secrets in Family Counseling  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The literature addressing ethical issues involved in the disclosure of family secrets in counseling has typically focused on secrets disclosed by adults, ignoring the ethical issues surrounding individual disclosure by minor children and confidentiality within the family counseling context. This article explores family secrets, confidentiality…

McCurdy, Kenneth G.; Murray, Kenneth C.

2003-01-01

201

A Continuation of the Dialogue on Issues in Counseling in the Postmodern Era.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This is a continuation of the dialogue among Albert Ellis, Jeffrey T. Guterman, Earl Ginter, Sandra A. Rigazio-DiGilio, Allen E. Ivey, and Don C. Locke that has been appearing in the Journal of Mental Health Counseling on ethical issues of counseling in the postmodern era. Specifically addresses the ethical, constructivist, multicultural, and…

Ellis, Albert

2000-01-01

202

Assessing the ethical weight of cultural, religious and spiritual claims in the clinical context  

PubMed Central

The aim of this paper is to expand upon the conclusions reached by Orr and Genesen in their 1997 article (published in this journal), Requests for ‘inappropriate' treatment based on religious beliefs.1 Assuming, with Orr and Genesen, that claims made in the name of religion are not absolute, I will propose some principles for determining when claims based on religious beliefs or cultural sensibilities "trump" other considerations and when they do not. Key Words: Cultural, religious, and spiritual claims for treatment • idiosyncratic cultural or religious views • recognition of existential reality PMID:11314155

Buryska, J.

2001-01-01

203

Ethnography in Counseling Psychology Research: Possibilities for Application  

Microsoft Academic Search

The emphasis placed on prolonged engagement, fieldwork, and participant observation has prevented wide-scale use of ethnography in counseling psychology. This article provides a discussion of ethnography in terms of definition, process, and potential ethical dilemmas. The authors propose that ethnographically informed methods can enhance counseling psychology research conducted with multicultural communities and provide better avenues toward a contextual understanding of

Lisa A. Suzuki; Muninder K. Ahluwalia; Jacqueline S. Mattis; Cherubim A. Quizon

2005-01-01

204

Practical Applications: 22 Guidelines for Counseling and Psychotherapy  

Microsoft Academic Search

This article describes 22 principles for the conduct of therapy or counseling, most of which are also applicable to all human relationships. The creation of a safe space and a caring, trustworthy relationship is essential to therapy and basic to the helping process. Conduct- ing therapy requires the application of the highest ethics and ideals. sychotherapy and counseling take many

Peter R. Breggin

2008-01-01

205

End-of-Life Decisions about Withholding or Withdrawing Therapy: Medical, Ethical, and Religio-Cultural Considerations  

PubMed Central

Towards the end of life, physicians face dilemmas of discontinuing life-sustaining treatments or interventions. In some circumstances, these treatments are no longer of benefit, while in others the patient or family no longer want them. The physician plays an essential role in clarifying the goals of medical treatment, defining the care plan, initiating discussions about life-sustaining therapy, educating patients and families, helping them deliberate, making recommendations, and implementing the treatment plan. Communication is key. It should be clarified that when inevitable death is imminent, it is legitimate to refuse or limit forms of treatment that would only secure a precarious and burdensome prolongation of life, for as long as basic humane, compassionate care is not interrupted. Agreement to DNR status does not preclude supportive measures that keep patients free from pain and suffering as possible. Acceptable clinical practice on withdrawing or withholding treatment is based on an understanding of the medical, ethical, cultural, and religious issues. There is a need to individualize care option discussions to illness status, and patient and family preferences, beliefs, values, and cultures. The process of shared decision making between the patient, the family, and the clinicians should continue as goals evolve and change over time. PMID:25278756

Manalo, Maria Fidelis C

2013-01-01

206

What is ideal genetic counselling? A survey of current international guidelines  

Microsoft Academic Search

The objective of this article is to review guidelines that address counselling in the context of genetic testing in order to summarise what aspects of counselling they consider most important, and to examine how they construct the ideal of genetic counselling. Guidelines were collected by examining the websites of different international professional, political, ethical and patient organisations, either previously known

Elina Rantanen; Marja Hietala; Ulf Kristoffersson; Irmgard Nippert; Jörg Schmidtke; Jorge Sequeiros; Helena Kääriäinen

2008-01-01

207

Crisis Counseling  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Every year, most school districts spend anywhere from one to thirteen dollars per student repairing damage caused by vandals. Yerba Buena High School, in San Jose, California, spends less than one thousand dollars per year total, and attributes this success to a project called "Crisis Counseling". (RW)

Neill, Shirley Boes

1977-01-01

208

Divorce Counseling.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This paper offers an overview of existing services for divorcing individuals and their children, and focuses specifically on one model of divorce counseling. Emerging trends are identified as the monograph addresses the practical, financial, emotional and social services now offered in the U.S. The bulk of the document is devoted to the format,…

Kessler, Sheila

209

[Peer Counseling.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Six graduate students responsible for the creation of a peer-counseling walk-in clinic discuss the training techniques used for peer counselors at UCLA. A psychology course featuring didactic and informational lectures, small laboratory sessions, and personal growth groups was instrumental in generating three basic attributes in the peer…

Hoppenbrouwers, Toke; And Others

210

Counseling Kids.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This book targeted especially to those who counsel middle-school through high school students, shares experiences, concepts, happenings, and anecdotes of a school counselor. Concepts are presented for those interested in developing functional orientations in the area of helping relationships. The first chapter discusses the concept of help and…

Peters, Donald L.

211

Genetic Counseling.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Information is presented on a number of tests used in genetic counseling (e.g., genetic evaluation, chromosome evaluation, consideration of multifactorial conditions, prenatal testing, and chorionic villus sampling) which help parents with one disabled child make family planning decisions. (CB)

Exceptional Parent, 1987

1987-01-01

212

An Ethical Solution to the Challenges in Teaching Anatomy with Dissection in the Chinese Culture  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Universities and medical schools in China are faced with an ongoing shortage of cadavers for education and research because of insufficient numbers of cadaver donations. This article will examine the main obstacles to cadaver donation in the Chinese culture. These include superstitious traditional views about the body, a lack of legislation…

Zhang, Luqing; Wang, Yunfeng; Xiao, Ming; Han, Qunying; Ding, Jiong

2008-01-01

213

RCAH492-01 Senior Seminar: Cultural and Intellectual Property: Creativity, Ethics, and the Law  

E-print Network

that confront these issues in meaningful and socially helpful ways. In other words, the goal is not simply of the Concord Review) We don't learn from experience; we learn by reflecting on experience. - John Dewey Course) that pertain to the concepts of "intellectual property" and "cultural property." We will join

Liu, Taosheng

214

Ethics and International Curriculum Work: The Challenges of Culture and Context  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The widely cited, though highly contested, idea that "the world is flat" (Friedman, 2004) carries with it a call for education to provide a leveling effect across continents and cultures Students in Skokie or in Skopje, as the theory goes, are expected to experience a school curriculum that shares certain common elements, goals, and purposes. Such…

Mason, Terrence C., Ed.; Helfenbein, Robert J., Ed.

2012-01-01

215

On the Ethics and Religious Culture Program Report from Expert Witness  

E-print Network

et du Sport Cour supérieure, district de Montréal, No 500-17-045278-085 The case was heard before L and Religious Culture (ERC) program represents a significant transfer of power from civil society to the state. Little of this should be controversial, since there are reliable sources available with which

Barthelat, Francois

216

Living Together with Differences: Quebec's New Ethics and Religious Culture Program  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Nowadays it is generally agreed that education plays a vital role in learning to live together through the progressive discovery of others, their culture and spirituality, and through involvement in common projects. The renewed curriculum in Quebec follows this general tendency, since such learning is at the very heart of the aims targeted by the…

Bouchard, Nancy

2009-01-01

217

Education and Counseling on Adolescent Life.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

With the development of Chinese economic reform, many medical and educational workers have begun to provide adolescent life education and counseling on aspects of sexual education, sexual ethics, and sexual law. The National Education Commission and Public Health Ministry issued documents to ask education units to engage in this adolescent…

Hu, Peicheng; Wu, Ailan

218

PSYCHOLOGY 452 Introduction to Counseling and Therapy  

E-print Network

to the field of counseling psychology and psychotherapy practice. Various psychotherapeutic approaches or therapists. Rather, it is meant to provide an introduction into psychotherapy techniques and methods with ethical issues in psychotherapy. The second worksheet will require you to label cognitive distortions

Gallo, Linda C.

219

Operationalization of the Multicultural Counseling Competencies.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Profiles development of the Multicultural Counseling Competencies (MCC) designed to guide counseling interactions with attention to culture, ethnicity, and race. Details the MCC and focuses on the model's key aspect of personal identity. Includes the full text of Multicultural Competencies. (SNR)

Arredondo, Patricia; And Others

1996-01-01

220

The Ethical Self-Fashioning of Physicians and Health Care Systems in Culturally Appropriate Health Care  

Microsoft Academic Search

Diverse advocacy groups have pushed for the recognition of cultural differences in health care as a means to redress inequalities\\u000a in the U.S., elaborating a form of biocitizenship that draws on evidence of racial and ethnic health disparities to make claims\\u000a on both the state and health care providers. These efforts led to federal regulations developed by the U.S. Office

Susan J. Shaw; Julie Armin

2011-01-01

221

Ethical Considerations of Social Networking for Counsellors  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The use of online social networking websites has increased among Canadians in recent years. There are many professional and ethical implications for counsellors who use these sites (Boyd, 2007). Although they offer advantages to counsellors, their use can also raise issues around ethical conduct. Because the counselling literature has not yet…

Bratt, William Edgar Vernon

2010-01-01

222

The Journal of College Admission Ethics Series.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This book is the first significant body of literature on ethics in college admission published by the National Association for College Admission Counseling. The series is a select compilation of articles on ethics published in the Journal of College Admission in 1998 and 1999. The book is a source of information for the beginning and experienced…

Loveland, Elaina C., Ed.; Raynor, Joyce, Ed.

223

Which Ethics Will Make us Individually and Socially Happier? A Cross-Culture and Cross-Development Analytical Model  

Microsoft Academic Search

This paper provides an analytical model representing four polar ethical approaches drawn from the main ethical positions suggested\\u000a by the philosophical, psychological, and socio-economic literature. Moreover, it develops the model in order to obtain rankings\\u000a of the four approaches in terms of happiness and, consequently, to provide insights into which ethical approach should best\\u000a be adopted by each individual, according

Fabio Zagonari

2011-01-01

224

Disguised Ideologies in Counseling and Social Justice Work  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

A social justice orientation for counseling is appealing to many but appears to some to violate counselor neutrality and respect for client freedom and rights. Confusion about neutrality and advocacy in the counseling field seems to reflect confused assumptions and values in the wider culture. As a result, counseling is guided more by a disguised…

Harrist, Steve; Richardson, Frank C.

2012-01-01

225

Counseling Psychology Licensure in Taiwan: Development, Challenges, and Opportunities  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The development and consequences of licensure for counseling psychologists in Taiwan are presented to promote cross-cultural awareness surrounding issues in the counseling psychology profession. The national licensure statute for counseling psychologists in Taiwan was established by the Taiwanese Legislature in 2001. While the licensing system…

Wang, Li-fei; Kwan, Kwong-Liem K.; Huang, Su-Fei

2011-01-01

226

Counseling Taiwan Chinese in America: Training Issues for Counselors.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Examines cultural influences (such as Confucianism, family, and immigration) on Taiwan Chinese in America who seek counseling. Addresses typical counseling struggles, effective counseling strategies and theoretical approaches, and training implications. Uses a case study to elaborate on the above themes. (RJM)

Miller, Geri; Yang, Julia; Chen, M.

1997-01-01

227

An Ethics Primer: Ethical Questions  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This resource is a PDF that provides a short introduction to ethical questions and strategies having to do with Ethics instruction. The PDF describes an overview of ethical questions and develops student understanding of ethical questions through three different worksheets.

2008-01-01

228

The Impact of Perception of Performance Appraisal and Distributive Justice Fairness on Employees' Ethical Decision Making in Paternalist Organizational Culture  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Ethics in decision making has been an issue for academics, practitioners, and governmental regulators for decades. In the last decade, numerous scandals and consequently many corporate crises in the global business world have added credence to the criticisms of business ethics. Therefore, it is vital to understand the factors affecting employees'…

Goksoy, Asli; Alayoglu, Nihat

2013-01-01

229

Genetic Counseling Program Information  

E-print Network

Genetic Counseling Program Information for Potential Applicants #12;Wayne State Genetic Counseling Program Overview "Genetic counseling is the process of helping people understand and adapt to the medical, psychological, and familial implications of genetic contributions to disease. The process integrates

Berdichevsky, Victor

230

Death Competence: An Ethical Imperative  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The authors argued that death competence, defined as specialized skill in tolerating and managing clients' problems related to dying, death, and bereavement, is a necessary prerequisite for ethical practice in grief counseling. A selected review of the literature tracing the underpinnings of this concept reveals how a robust construct of death…

Gamino, Louis A.; Ritter, R. Hal, Jr.

2012-01-01

231

Organisational ethics and employee satisfaction and commitment  

Microsoft Academic Search

This study examines the relationship between organisational ethics and organisational outcomes based on the justice theory and cognitive dissonance theory. The sample data are derived from a questionnaire survey of 237 managers in Singapore. Results obtained from decision trees indicate significant and positive links between ethical culture constructs (i.e. top management support for ethical behaviour and the association between ethical

Hian Chye Koh; El'fred H. Y. Boo

2004-01-01

232

Ethical Challenges in a Complex World: Highlights of the 2005 ACA Code of Ethics  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Being an effective counselor includes having knowledge of and the ability to integrate a code of ethics into one's professional practice. This article addresses some of the highlights of the changes in the 2005 ACA [American Counseling Association] Code of Ethics such as end-of-life issues, boundaries and relationships, and multicultural and…

Kocet, Michael M.

2006-01-01

233

Honoring Their Way: Counseling American Indian Women  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The authors review current literature on issues facing American Indian (AI) women and discuss implications for providing culturally sensitive counseling with these women. A case study of a Dine (Navajo) woman living within mainstream society and holding true to her traditional cultural beliefs illustrates how a culturally responsive approach to…

Rayle, Andrea Dixon; Chee, Christine; Sand, Jennifer K.

2006-01-01

234

Ethical issues and Huntington's disease.  

PubMed

The practice of genetic counselling gives rise to many ethical dilemmas, and counsellors need to be familiar with the principles of biomedical ethics. The primary principles include respect for autonomy, beneficence, non-maleficence and justice. A case of identical twins at 50% risk for Huntington's disease, in which only one twin sought predictive testing for this dominantly inherited disease, created several ethical dilemmas. Another case where predictive testing was carried out on two young children, at high risk, by a laboratory at the request of an adoption agency and a doctor, with a view to giving information to the foster parents, also posed many ethical conundrums for the counsellor. The ethical issues that arose in these cases are discussed in this paper.  PMID:24300652

Kromberg, Jennifer G R; Wessels, Tina-Marié

2013-12-01

235

Ethics Standards (HRPP) and Public Partnership (PARTAKE) to Address Clinical Research Concerns in India: Moving Toward Ethical, Responsible, Culturally Sensitive, and Community-Engaging Clinical Research  

PubMed Central

Like other emerging economies, India’s quest for independent, evidence-based, and affordable healthcare has led to robust and promising growth in the clinical research sector, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 20.4% between 2005 and 2010. However, while the fundamental drivers and strengths are still strong, the past few years witnessed a declining trend (CAGR ?16.7%) amid regulatory concerns, activist protests, and sponsor departure. And although India accounts for 17.5% of the world’s population, it currently conducts only 1% of clinical trials. Indian and international experts and public stakeholders gathered for a 2-day conference in June 2013 in New Delhi to discuss the challenges facing clinical research in India and to explore solutions. The main themes discussed were ethical standards, regulatory oversight, and partnerships with public stakeholders. The meeting was a collaboration of AAHRPP (Association for the Accreditation of Human Research Protection Programs)—aimed at establishing responsible and ethical clinical research standards—and PARTAKE (Public Awareness of Research for Therapeutic Advancements through Knowledge and Empowerment)—aimed at informing and engaging the public in clinical research. The present article covers recent clinical research developments in India as well as associated expectations, challenges, and suggestions for future directions. AAHRPP and PARTAKE provide etiologically based solutions to protect, inform, and engage the public and medical research sponsors. PMID:25558428

Burt, Tal; Gupta, Yogendra K; Mehta, Nalin; Swamy, Nagendra; Sovani, Vishwas; Speers, Marjorie A

2014-01-01

236

Courses: Counseling (COUN) Page 289Sonoma State University 2014-2015 Catalog Counseling (COUN)  

E-print Network

ill, and collaborative treatment are addressed in both counseling and case management. Mental health of resilience and recovery-based models. Advocacy, systems of care, services, support for the severely mentally prin- ciples, the history and philosophy of counseling, consultation, self-care, cultural competence

Ravikumar, B.

237

Nature of e-business ethical dilemmas  

Microsoft Academic Search

Electronic business is based on using computers and networks in all aspects of business. This new business concept is developing its own culture, which faces many ethical dilemmas. One is the role of the chief information officer (CIO). As a leader of information technology application in the organisation, the CIO's ethical behaviour influences the ethics of the electronic business culture

Sonja Petrovic-lazarevic; Amrik S. Sohal

2004-01-01

238

Counseling Torture Victims.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Addresses the psychological effects of torture (including solitary confinement) and the implications of torture for counseling and the counseling psychology profession. Discusses counseling issues related to diagnosis of torture victims, treatment, special considerations for counselors, use of testimony as counseling technique, and prognosis.…

Whittaker, Shaun R.

1988-01-01

239

Developing Counseling Students' Multicultural Competence through the Multicultural Action Project  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The Multicultural Action Project (MAP) is a cultural immersion project that requires counseling students to engage with diverse cultural communities on 3 levels: observation, information seeking, and action. To ascertain if participating in MAP improved the multicultural competence of graduate counseling students, the authors conducted an…

Hipolito-Delgado, Carlos P.; Cook, Jennifer M.; Avrus, Elaine M.; Bonham, Erica J.

2011-01-01

240

The Use of the Ethical Judgment Scale in Counselor Education.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Examined internal consistency, construct validity, and content validity of the Ethical Judgment Scale using 61 counseling graduate students. Findings indicated need for a revision of the instrument. (Author/ABL)

Post, Phyllis

1989-01-01

241

UNESCO's activities in ethics.  

PubMed

UNESCO is an intergovernmental organization with 193 Member States. It is concerned with a broad range of issues regarding education, science and culture. It is the only UN organisation with a mandate in science. Since 1993 it is addressing ethics of science and technology, with special emphasis on bioethics. One major objective of the ethics programme is the development of international normative standards. This is particularly important since many Member States only have a limited infrastructure in bioethics, lacking expertise, educational programs, bioethics committees and legal frameworks. UNESCO has recently adopted the Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights. The focus of current activities is now on implementation of this Declaration. Three activities are discussed that aim at improving and reinforcing the ethics infrastructure in relation to science and technology: the Global Ethics Observatory, the Ethics Education Programme and the Assisting Bioethics Committees project. PMID:19697158

ten Have, Henk A M J

2010-03-01

242

Anthropology Ethics: Online Resources  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Studying humankind can give us great insight into the complexities of society and culture. However, any research involving human subjects comes with a thorny set of ethical considerations. The University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Ethics Center has curated this collection of online resources related to ethical dilemmas and situations in anthropology. The materials are divided into four areas: Case Studies, About, Additional Teaching Resources, and Codes of Ethics. The Case Studies area is quite well-developed, containing 20 rigorously vetted case studies from SUNY-Buffalo, the Society for Economic Botany, and the Smithsonian Institution. For those just entering the field, the Codes of Ethics area might be quite useful. It offers up professional codes from organizations like the American Anthropological Association, the American Association of Museums, and the American Folklore Society.

243

A Discussion of Rational and Psychological Decision-Making Theories and Models: The Search for a Cultural-Ethical Decision-Making Model Decision-Making Theories and Models  

Microsoft Academic Search

This paper examines rational and psychological decision-making models. Descriptive and normative methodologies such as attribution theory, schema theory, prospect theory, ambiguity model, game theory, and expected utility theory are discussed. The definition of culture is reviewed, and the relation- ship between culture and decision making is also highlighted as many organizations use a cultural-ethical decision-making model. The study of decision-making

Arnaldo Oliveira

244

When Values and Ethics Conflict: The Counselor's Role and Responsibility  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Based on the core conditions of client-centered counseling and supported by aspects of psychodynamic, cognitive developmental, and behavioral theories, a perspective is introduced that provides a resolution to the dilemma experienced by counselors and counseling students whose personal values and beliefs conflict with the ethical guidelines of the…

Elliott, Glenda R.

2011-01-01

245

Cultivating Engineering Ethics and Critical Thinking: A Systematic and Cross-Cultural Education Approach Using Problem-Based Learning  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

In May 2008, the worst earthquake in more than three decades struck southwest China, killing more than 80,000 people. The complexity of this earthquake makes it an ideal case study to clarify the intertwined issues of ethics in engineering and to help cultivate critical thinking skills. This paper first explores the need to encourage engineering…

Chang, Pei-Fen; Wang, Dau-Chung

2011-01-01

246

Master of Education in Counseling The Department of Counseling, Educational  

E-print Network

and School Psychology (CLES) offers the program leading to the Master of Education (MEd) in Counseling in Counseling CESP 822, Assessment in Counseling CESP 824, Techniques of Counseling CESP 825, Group Counseling Students in counseling, educational psychology, and school psychology may apply for one of a limited number

247

Grade patterns of counseled and non-counseled college students  

Microsoft Academic Search

An investigation of grade patterns was made for 38 counseled and 38 matched noncounseled students. Grades for 2 terms before counseling started, during the first term of intensive counseling, and 2 terms after counseling began were examined. No significant difference was found in average grades of the counseled and noncounseled groups when compared term by term. However, when the counseled

La Vange H. Richardson

1964-01-01

248

Race and Ethnicity: An 11-Year Content Analysis of "Counseling and Values"  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Using the Dimensions of Personal Identity Model proposed by Arredondo and Glauner (as cited in Arredondo et al., 1996), the authors reviewed the last 11 years of the Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling's journal, "Counseling and Values", specifically regarding the "A" dimensions of race and ethnicity. Twenty-five…

Baker, Caroline A.; Bowen, Nikol V.; Butler, J. Yasmine; Shavers, Marjorie C.

2013-01-01

249

The New ASERVIC Competencies for Addressing Spiritual and Religious Issues in Counseling  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

In 2009, leaders in the Association for Spiritual, Ethical and Religious Values in Counseling (ASERVIC) developed new competencies for addressing spiritual and religious issues in counseling. This article briefly addresses the need for new ASERVIC competencies, provides an overview of the process whereby the new competencies emerged, and concludes…

Cashwell, Craig S.; Watts, Richard E.

2010-01-01

250

Call for Papers Ethics, Practical Ethics, Animal Ethics  

E-print Network

increased awareness of factory farming a shift in public concern with environmental ethicsCall for Papers Ethics, Practical Ethics, Animal Ethics Clemson University Undergraduate this conference is particularly concerned. Notably, the ethical treatment of nonhuman animals has gained

Duchowski, Andrew T.

251

Genetic Counseling (For Parents)  

MedlinePLUS

... how can they help your family? What Is Genetic Counseling? Genetic counseling is the process of: evaluating ... where a genetic counselor comes in. Continue About Genetic Counselors Genetic counselors are professionals who have completed ...

252

Respecting Autonomous Decision Making Among Filipinos: A Re-emphasis in Genetic Counseling.  

PubMed

Family cohesiveness provides a unique cultural influence in the observance and expression of autonomy in terms of Filipino patients' decision making. With genetic counseling yet in its dawning practice in the Philippines, healthcare professionals (i.e., geneticists, practitioners) practicing genetic counseling and students in the pioneering genetic counseling program face the challenge of how to provide culturally appropriate measures in respecting Filipinos' autonomy. There is much deliberation with respect to identifying autonomous decision making among Filipino patients as counselees in genetic counseling. Cultural values influence how autonomy and bioethical principles are upheld. In a culturally-appropriate manner of identifying who makes health care and genetic counseling decisions, the sole focus on an individualistic perspective may be too western-based and may render genetic counseling less effective. The uniquely important cultural feature of family cohesiveness necessitates its incorporation into the practice of genetic counseling in the Philippines. PMID:25663328

Cura, Jonathan Diego

2015-04-01

253

Benefits of Required Counseling for Counseling Students  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Graduate students experience mental health distress. The authors investigated the benefits of required counseling services at a training clinic for students enrolled in counseling courses. Results indicated that after receiving services, students ("N" = 55) reported decreases in overall problems, depressive symptoms, and anxiety…

Prosek, Elizabeth A.; Holm, Jessica M.; Daly, Cynthia M.

2013-01-01

254

The Revised 2010 Ethical Standards for School Counselors  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The American School Counselor Association (ASCA) recently revised its ethical code for professional school counselors, the "Ethical Standards for School Counselors," in 2010. Professional school counselors have a unique challenge in counseling minors in that they provide services in an educational setting. Consequently, school counselors not only…

Huey, Wayne C.

2011-01-01

255

counselling health promotion  

E-print Network

health and counselling services health promotion 10 Ways to get active Most people find that huff and puff stuff a few times a week and make it last for 15 minutes or more each time. students.sfu.ca/health counselling health promotion physiotherapy health clinic #12;health and counselling services health promotion

256

Counseling Psychology Educational Psychology  

E-print Network

Counseling Psychology Educational Psychology College of Education Phone: (313) 577-1618, 577-1743 Fax: (313) 577-5235 http://coe.wayne.edu/tbf/edp/counseling-psychology COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY WITH AN EMPHASIS IN COUPLE AND FAMILY PSYCHOLOGY May, 2012 The program area of Educational Psychology offers

Berdichevsky, Victor

257

Positive: HIV Affirmative Counseling.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

At the end of the 1980s, counselors largely lacked an integrated approach to counseling people living with HIV disease. This book describes the experience of counseling this group of persons. The major premise here is that counselors who counsel HIV-positive clients must come to understand and affirm their clients' experiences. The text defines a…

Kain, Craig D.

258

Ethical Guidelines for Counselors when Working with Clients with Terminal Illness Requesting Physician Aid in Dying  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

In 2005, the American Counseling Association (ACA) introduced a new ethical standard for counselors working with clients with terminal illness who are considering hastened death options. The authors' purpose is to inform counselors of the Death With Dignity Act and explore relevant ethical guidelines in the "ACA Code of Ethics" (ACA, 2005).

Kurt, Layla J.; Piazza, Nick J.

2012-01-01

259

76 FR 70667 - Standards of Ethical Conduct for Employees of the Executive Branch; Proposed Amendments Limiting...  

Federal Register 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

...Courier: Office of Government Ethics, Suite 500, 1201 New York...Counsel, Office of Government Ethics; telephone: (202) 482-9300...Director, Office of Government Ethics. [FR Doc. 2011-29569 Filed...11-14-11; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE...

2011-11-15

260

Legal and Ethical Issues for School Counselors: Supervision as a Safeguard.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

In the past 20 years, counselors have become increasingly aware of the legal and ethical issues related to counseling. This paper addresses the various legal and ethical topics relevant to school counselors. Since counselors need to make informed decisions based on statutes, codes of ethics, professional standards, community expectations, and…

Barletta, John

261

Ethics in an Online Environment  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The blending of technology and education introduces ethical issues for colleges. In particular, those involved with online education may encounter unique dilemmas that have collegewide implications. In order for ethical decisions to be made in regard to online education, colleges must cultivate a culture of trust, define clearly the correct and…

Mitchell, Regina L. Garza

2009-01-01

262

Research Ethics in Sign Language Communities  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Codes of ethics exist for most professional associations whose members do research on, for, or with sign language communities. However, these ethical codes are silent regarding the need to frame research ethics from a cultural standpoint, an issue of particular salience for sign language communities. Scholars who write from the perspective of…

Harris, Raychelle; Holmes, Heidi M.; Mertens, Donna M.

2009-01-01

263

Ethics: the new moral methodology for business  

Microsoft Academic Search

Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to describe a new methodology called E-thics, how it can be applied to an investment company, and how it can be used as a catalyst to develop an ethical corporate culture. Design\\/methodology\\/approach – Discusses recent events that have led the general public to expect improved corporate behaviour; what compels companies toward ethical

Paul Johns

2006-01-01

264

Case Management and Rehabilitation Counseling: Procedures and Techniques. Fourth Edition  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

"Case Management and Rehabilitation Counseling" discusses procedures that are useful to rehabilitation professionals working in many settings. Specifically, this book reviews the finer points relating to diagnosing, arranging services, monitoring program outcomes, arranging for placement, planning for accommodations, ethical decision making,…

Roessler, Richard T.; Rubin, Stanford E.

2006-01-01

265

Ethnography in Counseling Psychology Research: Possibilities for Application  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The emphasis placed on prolonged engagement, fieldwork, and participant observation has prevented wide-scale use of ethnography in counseling psychology. This article provides a discussion of ethnography in terms of definition, process, and potential ethical dilemmas. The authors propose that ethnographically informed methods can enhance…

Suzuki, Lisa A.; Ahluwalia, Muninder K.; Mattis, Jacqueline S.; Quizon, Cherubim A.

2005-01-01

266

Counseling Psychology Model Training Values Statement Addressing Diversity  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Respect for diversity and for values different from one's own is a central value of counseling psychology training programs. The valuing of diversity is also consistent with the profession of psychology as mandated by the American Psychological Association's (APA's) Ethical Principles and Code of Conduct and as discussed in the Guidelines and…

Counseling Psychologist, 2009

2009-01-01

267

Influence of Familial Spirituality: Implications for School Counseling Professionals  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This article (a) addresses the importance of familial spirituality on students' holistic development; (b) explores professional ethical codes, standards, and counseling competencies relating to students' familial spirituality; (c) introduces educational activities to assist school counselors in increasing their understanding and appreciation of…

Davis, Keith M.; Lambie, Glenn W.; Ieva, Kara P.

2011-01-01

268

A Journey Worth Traveling: Globalization of Counseling Psychology  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Although it is an established psychological specialty in the United States, counseling psychology is still a culturally encapsulated discipline confined to its national borders. Internationalizing the discipline will require colleagues in the United States to examine their attitudes, abandon their sense of self-sufficiency, and engage counseling

Leung, S. Alvin

2003-01-01

269

The Past, Present, and Future of Career Counseling in Taiwan.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The development of career counseling in Taiwan during the last 40 years suggests priorities for future development. Although many of the basic constructs of career counseling are used in Taiwan, cultural differences are also apparent. The future presents many conflicts between Western and Asian values, traditional or modern demands, and self or…

Chang, Doris H. F.

2002-01-01

270

Counseling the Inupiat Eskimo. Contributions in Psychology, Number 36.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Successful counseling interventions and treatment depend on understanding the worldview of the people to whom services are offered. This book provides culturally specific information about the Inupiat worldview of "personal well-being" as a basis for establishing counseling strategies. This perspective is obtained through interviews with 25…

Reimer, Catherine Swan

271

Counseling and Psychoanalysis: Advancing the Value of Diversity  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Arguably, the defining feature of the counseling profession is an appreciation for human diversity. Early counseling movements emphasized individual diversity, while multiculturalism and social justice highlighted cultural diversity. The author maintains that contemporary psychoanalytic thought can supply a needed intraindividual diversity…

Hansen, James T.

2010-01-01

272

Nursing Ethics  

Microsoft Academic Search

Nursing ethics in the 21st century will continue to be concerned with describing and communicating the characteristics of the “good” nurse, and describing nurses’ ethical practices. However, there is a growing concern that what constitutes nurses’ ethical practices is changing as patients are experiencing, by virtue of reduced reimbursements for health care services, limited time to be in a nurse-patient

Sara Fry

273

Medical Ethics  

MedlinePLUS

... area in medicine that doesn't have an ethical aspect. For example, there are ethical issues relating to End of life care: Should ... orders? Abortion: When does life begin? Is it ethical to terminate a pregnancy with a birth defect? ...

274

Genetic counseling services and development of training programs in Malaysia.  

PubMed

Genetic counseling service is urgently required in developing countries. In Malaysia, the first medical genetic service was introduced in 1994 at one of the main teaching hospitals in Kuala Lumpur. Two decades later, the medical genetic services have improved with the availability of genetic counseling, genetic testing and diagnosis, for both paediatric conditions and adult-onset inherited conditions, at four main centers of medical genetic services in Malaysia. Prenatal diagnosis services and assisted reproductive technologies are available at tertiary centres and private medical facilities. Positive developments include governmental recognition of Clinical Genetics as a subspecialty, increased funding for genetics services, development of medical ethics guidelines, and establishment of support groups. However, the country lacked qualified genetic counselors. Proposals were presented to policy-makers to develop genetic counseling courses. Challenges encountered included limited resources and public awareness, ethical dilemmas such as religious and social issues and inadequate genetic health professionals especially genetic counselors. PMID:23615969

Lee, Juliana Mei-Har; Thong, Meow-Keong

2013-12-01

275

FIGO's ethical recommendations on female sterilisation will do more harm than good: a commentary.  

PubMed

The International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics (FIGO) Committee for the Ethical Aspects of Human Reproduction and Women's Health advises against tubal occlusion (TO) performed at the time of caesarean section (CS/TO) or following a vaginal delivery (VD/TO) if this sterilisation has not been discussed with the woman in an earlier phase of her pregnancy. This advice is neither in accordance with existing medical custom nor evidence based. Particularly in less-resourced locations, adherence to it would deny much wanted one-off sterilisation opportunities to hundreds of thousands of women, many of whom have no reliable contraceptive alternative. To be sure, a well-timed discussion in pregnancy about a potential peripartum TO is preferable and, if conducted as a matter of course (as the Committee appears to promote), would represent an enormous improvement on current practice. Earlier counselling has the advantage that it results in fewer women who regret having rejected the CS/TO or VD/TO option. However, there is no evidence that earlier counselling leads to a smaller proportion of regretted sterilisations. Consequently, where early TO counselling has been impossible, forgotten or deliberately omitted on pronatalist, traditional, financial, cultural or religious grounds, offering a perinatal sterilisation belatedly and in an unbiased, culturally sensitive manner is often verifiably better than not presenting that option at all, notably where high parity and uterine scars are particularly dangerous. Belated counselling, as will be demonstrated in this paper, saves many lives. The Committee's blanket rejection of belated counselling on perinatal sterilisation is therefore unjustified. PMID:25009073

Verkuyl, D A A

2014-07-01

276

Disability Simulations: Logical, Methodological and Ethical Issues  

Microsoft Academic Search

This paper examines issues of theory, methods and ethics in the use of disability simulations. Much of the educational, rehabilitation and counseling literature encourages teachers and counselors to use simulations to reduce prejudice toward persons with disabilities. However, the disability simulation literature reveals that: (a) there is typically a failure to consider the relationship between social\\/behavioral science theory and simulation

Gary Kiger

1992-01-01

277

[Medical ethics as professional ethics].  

PubMed

Contemporary medical ethics is far from the traditional concept of "In-Sul (benevolent art)" or "Yul-Li (?, ethics), which emphasizes so much the personality or the character of a doctor. Nowadays, medical ethics should be considered as "professional ethics" which regulates the acts and medical practices of ordinary doctors in their daily practice. The key concepts of the professional ethics are "autonomy", "integrity", and "professional standard" established by medical organizations such as medical societies or associations. Most of Korean doctors have not been familiar with the concept of professional ethics or professionalism, which is due to the modern history of Korea. However, the concept of professional ethics is really critical to Korean doctors from the perspective of professional dignity and social respect to this profession. The current healthcare system of Korea is suffering from many problems of both private and public sector. Nonetheless, the professional ethics is urgently demanded for that very reason. PMID:23018533

Kwon, Ivo

2012-09-25

278

International Counseling Trainees' Experiences and Perceptions of Their Multicultural Counseling Training in the United States: A Mixed Method Inquiry  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This study examined international counseling students' (ICTs) experiences and perceptions of their multicultural counseling training (MCT) in the United States. The focus was on (a) relevance of the training, (b) effectiveness of the training methods, and (c) development of cross-cultural competence as trainees. Major findings indicated that ICTs…

Smith, Shannon D.; Ng, Kok-Mun

2009-01-01

279

Draft Version of Engineering Ethics in France : a historical interpretation  

E-print Network

, Technology and Society » MIT after his engineering education in France. The word « ethics » does not appear1 Draft Version of Engineering Ethics in France : a historical interpretation Christelle Didier programs, courses in engineering ethics and no code of ethics for engineers in France. For cultural

Boyer, Edmond

280

The Development of the Counseling Profession in Japan: Past, Present, and Future  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The authors provide a sociohistorical overview of the development of the counseling profession in Japan. They describe Japan's major social, cultural, and political changes; growing psychological problems in Japanese society; and an increased need for counseling services. Historical overviews and the current state of counseling are presented with…

Grabosky, Tomoko Kudo; Ishii, Harue; Mase, Shizuno

2012-01-01

281

Letting a Hundred Flowers Bloom: Counseling and Psychotherapy in the People's Republic of China  

Microsoft Academic Search

Although the Chinese have been exposed to Western psychotherapies since the 1950s, the practice of counseling is a relatively new phenomenon. In this article, we trace the development of counsel- ing in China, examine its cultural and practical relevance, and review recent advances in training and practice. Although heavily influenced by Western models, contemporary Chinese approaches to counseling reflect the

Doris F. Chang; Huiqi Tong; Qijia Shi; Qifeng Zeng

2005-01-01

282

Ethics Updates  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Created in 1994 by Professor Lawrence M. Hinman of the University of San Diego, the Ethics Updates site is designed primarily to be used to ethics instructors and their students. However, the site is rather interesting, so members of the general public may find themselves making a few return visits. Visitors can use the drop-down tabs on the top of the homepage to make their way through sections that cover some of the basic theories of ethics and also learn more about applied ethics in relation to such issues as animal rights, torture, and world hunger. Moving on, the "Resources" area includes case studies for discussion, a glossary of terms, classic texts in ethics, and ethics surveys. The site is rounded out by a search engine and a selection of videos that deal with various topics in ethics.

Hinman, Lawrence M.

283

What is Counselling Psychology? Counselling psychology focuses on the emotional,  

E-print Network

What is Counselling Psychology? Counselling psychology focuses on the emotional, social, vocational, educational, health-related, developmental, and organizational concerns as they promote personal the path to becoming a counselling psychologist includes a 4-year undergraduate degree in psychology

Dukas, Reuven

284

Facing Ethical Dilemmas in the Workplace: A Qualitative Study of HR Managers' Perceptions of the Influences on Their Behavior and the Implications for Building an Ethical Culture in Organizations  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This qualitative study examined the perceptions of human resource managers who had faced ethical dilemmas in the workplace, to gain an understanding of how they felt their life experiences shaped their values in making ethical decisions. The experiences of ten human resource managers who believed they chose a right course of action when faced with…

LaMontagne, Ramona Marie

2012-01-01

285

Marketing pastoral counseling.  

PubMed

Identifies, suggests understandings, and illustrates applications of marketing principles as they relate to pastoral counseling services. Describes four approaches to marketing pastoral counseling--traditional, educational, marketing, and fund raising--and gives illustrations of each. A director of an established pastoral counseling center responds to the article in terms of "high density" and "low density" principles and suggests that strategies which emulate the medical model may need to be re-examined by contemporary pastoral counselors. PMID:10269463

Lageman, A G

1984-12-01

286

Beyond Easy Answers: Prenatal Diagnosis and Counseling During Pregnancy: EDITOR'S NOTE:?The following five papers were presented as part of a panel discussion entitled “Beyond Easy Answers: Prenatal Diagnosis and Counseling During Pregnancy” at the 2000 annual meeting of The American Cleft Palate–Craniofacial Association. The series of papers explore how families and doctors respond when a prenatal diagnosis is made, and consider ethical and social issues around counseling, managing information, and making decisions  

Microsoft Academic Search

Objective: The advancing sophistication and availability of prenatal diagnos- tic technologies, such as transvaginal ultrasound, chorionic villus sampling, amniocentesis, and alpha feto-protein testing, have increased the medical ca- pacity to detect genetic and congenital conditions during pregnancy. This pa- per raises many social and ethical questions about how families, craniofacial teams, and society respond when a prenatal diagnosis is made

Ronald P. Strauss

2002-01-01

287

Using biography to counsel gifted young men  

Microsoft Academic Search

High achieving young men in secondary schools and universities face important social and emotional issues throughout their adolescence and passage into adulthood. This article focuses on four issues confronting bright young men: underachievement, self-inflicted pressure in athletics, cultural alienation, and father-son relationships. The author proposes the use of biography as a counseling strategy through which bright young men may gain

Thomas P. Hébert

288

Elementary School Counseling in a Changing World.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This book of readings was developed to increase the reader's awareness of the cultural and social issues which face children and their counselors. It draws attention to environmental factors which impinge on both teaching and counseling techniques, and encourages counselors to re-examine their roles and interventions for the 1990s. The readings…

Gerler, Edwin R., Jr., Ed.; Ciechalski, Joseph C., Ed; Parker, Larry D., Ed.

289

White Racial Identity and the Counseling Professional.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Responds to earlier article by Mio and Iwamasa (1993) on white researchers investigating ethnic-minority populations and other cross-cultural issues. Discusses original rationale for symposium summarized in previous article, presents a white identity case study--the symposium audience--and makes recommendations for counseling training. (NB)

Ponterotto, Joseph G.

1993-01-01

290

“Consider It, Take Counsel, and Speak Up!”  

Microsoft Academic Search

The following sermon “Consider It, Take Counsel, and Speak Up!” was preached at the Sunday morning service of Unity Hill United Church of Christ in Trumbull, CT. The impetus for this sermon was the realization that more needs to be done to raise the awareness in congregations about domestic violence not only in the culture, but also in the church.

Beverly Weinhold

2004-01-01

291

Cultural Resources on the New England Coast and Continental Shelf: Research, Regulatory, and Ethical Considerations from a Massachusetts Perspective  

Microsoft Academic Search

The cultural resource base on the New England coast and continental shelf, circumscribed generally in this overview to Southern New England and the Gulf of Maine, is summarized. The U.S. and state historic preservation regulatory schemes and constituent interests are outlined. Federal, state, and local authorities are involved in review and permitting of proposed undertakings that could adversely affect significant

Edward L. Bell

2009-01-01

292

Ethics Updates  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Professor Lawrence M. Hinman of the University of San Diego provides ethics students with a unique kind of meta-page where the user can choose from a wide array of information formats within each of the 23 topics under the main sub-headings of ethical theory and applied ethics. Topics covered include ethical relativism, utilitarianism, race and ethnicity, and euthanasia, among others. Information formats include links to web sites, bibliographies, court decisions, legislation, relevant documents, and articles in popular and professional literature. Much of the site content is adapted from Hinman's books.

293

Engineering Ethics Education Having Reflected Various Values and a Global Code of Ethics  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

At the present day, a movement trying to establish a global code of ethics for science and engineering is in activity. The author overviews the context of this movement, and examines the possibility of engineering ethics education which uses global code of ethics. In this paper, the engineering ethics education which uses code of ethics in general will be considered, and an expected function of global code of ethics will be also. Engineering ethics education in the new century should be aimed to share the values among different countries and cultures. To use global code of ethics as a tool for such education, the code should include various values, especially Asian values which engineering ethics has paid little attention to.

Kanemitsu, Hidekazu

294

Islamic approach in counseling.  

PubMed

A religious approach is one of the matters emphasized in counseling today. Many researchers find that there is a need to apply the religious element in counseling because religion is important in a client's life. The purpose of this research is to identify aspects of the Islamic approach applied in counseling clients by counselors at Pusat Kaunseling Majlis Agama Islam Negeri Sembilan (PKMAINS). In addition, this research also analyses the Islamic approach applied in counseling at PKMAINS with reference to al-Quran and al-Sunnah. This is a qualitative research in the form of case study at PKMAINS. The main method used in this research is interview. The research instrument used is interview protocol. The respondents in this study include 9 counselors who serve in one of the counseling centers in Malaysia. This study also uses questionnaire as an additional instrument, distributed to 36 clients who receive counseling service at the center. The findings of the study show that the Islamic approach applied in counseling at PKMAINS may be categorized into three main aspects: aqidah (faith), ibadah (worship/ultimate devotion and love for God) and akhlaq (moral conduct). Findings also show that the counseling in these aspects is in line with Islamic teachings as contained in al-Quran and al-Sunnah. PMID:23563898

Hanin Hamjah, Salasiah; Mat Akhir, Noor Shakirah

2014-02-01

295

Counseling in Ireland  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Counseling in Ireland has experienced rapid growth in the past 30 years. Public attitudes toward counseling have become more positive, especially with the increasing secularization of a once strongly religious Catholic society. Licensure is nonexistent but there are certification bodies that attempt to ensure qualified practice. There is no…

O'Morain, Padraig; McAuliffe, Garrett J.; Conroy, Kayte; Johnson, Jennifer M.; Michel, Rebecca E.

2012-01-01

296

Internship in counseling psychology  

Microsoft Academic Search

Surveyed the current status of internships in counseling psychology through a questionnaire distributed to 583 organizations in 4 categories: (a) university and college counseling centers, (b) veterans administration hospitals and regional centers, (c) rehabilitation centers, and (d) jewish vocational services. The questionnaire covered all aspects of internship experience including sponsorship, format, content, facilities, qualifications of those responsible, future plans, and

Barbara A. Kirk; Arnold H. Chin

1971-01-01

297

Alternatives to Counseling "Minorities"  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This article maintains that counseling techniques used for any particular category of people. It concludes that a counseling approach which directs its attention to categories. Causation or history is not as useful as an approach which applies to people as they are here and now. (Author/HMV)

Daldrup, Roger J.; Daldrup, Lou Ann

1974-01-01

298

Publishing International Counseling Articles  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This article begins with a rationale for including international articles in the "Journal of Counseling & Development." Then, 2 general categories of international articles are described. First are articles that provide a general overview of counseling in a particular country. The 2nd category is more general and might involve international…

Hohenshil, Thomas H.; Amundson, Norman E.

2011-01-01

299

The Study of Ethics in the Applied Science Curriculum  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Science classes are an appropriate place for students to examine relevant ethical problems. Nutrition science classes, in particular, discuss current scientific information as well as ethical issues, such as cultural differences, meanings attached to food

Dian A. Dooley

2000-03-01

300

What is good medical ethics? A clinician's perspective.  

PubMed

Speaking from the perspective of a clinician and teacher, good medical ethics needs to make medicine better. Over the past 50?years medical ethics has helped shape the culture in medicine and medical practice for the better. However, recent healthcare scandals in the UK suggest more needs to be done to translate ethical reasoning into ethical practice. Focusing on clinical practice and individual patient care, I will argue that, to be good, medical ethics needs to become integral to the activities of health professionals and healthcare organisations. Ethics is like a language which brings a way of thinking and responding to the world. For ethics to become embedded in clinical practice, health professionals need to progress from classroom learners to fluent social speakers through ethical dialogue, ethical reflection and ethical actions. I will end by discussing three areas that need to be addressed to enable medical ethics to flourish and bring about change in everyday clinical care. PMID:25516942

Kong, Wing May

2015-01-01

301

Ethical Challenges  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

All evaluators face the challenge of striving to adhere to the highest possible standards of ethical conduct. Translating the AEA's Guiding Principles and the Joint Committee's Program Evaluation Standards into everyday practice, however, can be a complex, uncertain, and frustrating endeavor. Moreover, acting in an ethical fashion can require…

Morris, Michael

2004-01-01

302

Ethically Speaking  

Microsoft Academic Search

Making ethical decisions is of the utmost importance, because peoples' lives depend on those decisions. As illustrated in the case studies, it is the individual engineering manager who ultimately decides if he or she is going to ethically make the complex decisions created by a competitive environment.

K. L. B. Cook

2008-01-01

303

Culture-Sensitive Counselling, Psychotherapy and Support Groups in the Orthodox-Jewish Community: How they Work and How they are Experienced  

Microsoft Academic Search

Background: There is political and scientific goodwill towards the provision of culture-sensitive support, but as yet little knowledge about how such support works and what are its strengths and difficulties in practice.Aims: To study groups offering culture-sensitive psychological and other support to the strictly orthodox Jewish community in London.Methods: Semi-structured interviews with service providers, potential and actual users from the

Kate Miriam Loewenthal; Marian Brooke Rogers

2004-01-01

304

Ethics CORE  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

The Ethics CORE Digital Library, funded by the National Science Foundation, "brings together information on best practices in research, ethics instruction and responding to ethical problems that arise in research and professional life." It's a remarkable site where visitors can make their way through ethics resources for dozens of different professions and activities. The Resources by Discipline area is a great place to start. Here you will find materials related to the biological sciences, business, computer & information science, along with 14 additional disciplines. The Current News area is a great place to learn about the latest updates from the field. Of note, these pieces can easily be used in the classroom or shared with colleagues. The dynamism of the site can be found at the Interact with Ethics CORE area. Active learning exercises can be found here, along with instructional materials and visitors' own lessons learned.

305

Internship Handbook For School Counseling  

E-print Network

Internship Handbook For School Counseling Internship in School Counseling COUN 668 Graduate Counseling Program Old Dominion University January 2014 #12;School Counseling Internship Handbook January FOR INTERNSHIP page 3 IV. SCHOOL INTERNSHIP SITE page 5 V. GOALS AND OBJECTIVES page 6 VI. REQUIREMENTS page 6 a

306

The Ethics of Globalizing Bioethics  

PubMed Central

In the last decade, there have been efforts to globalize the field of bioethics, particularly in developing countries, where biomedical and other research is increasingly taking place. We describe and evaluate some key ethical criticisms directed towards these initiatives, and argue that while they may be marked by ethical, practical, and political tensions and pitfalls, they can nevertheless play an important role in stimulating critical bioethics culture in countries vulnerable to exploitation by foreign agencies and/or their own authorities. PMID:25632370

Rennie, Stuart; Mupenda, Bavon

2012-01-01

307

Ethical Issues in Cardiac Surgery  

PubMed Central

While ethical behavior has always been part of cardiac surgical practice, ethical deliberation has only recently become an important component of cardiac surgical practice. Issues such as informed consent, conflict of interest, and professional self-regulation, among many others, have increasingly attracted the attention of cardiac surgeons. This review covers several broad topics of interest to cardiac surgeons and cardiologists, and treats several other topics more briefly. There is much uncertainty about what the future holds for cardiac surgical practice, research, and culture, and we discuss the background of ethical issues to serve as a platform for envisioning what is to come. PMID:22642634

Kavarana, Minoo N.; Sade, Robert M.

2012-01-01

308

Ethical Issues and Considerations for Working with Community College Students with Severe and Persistent Mental Disorders  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Students with severe and persistent mental illnesses (e.g., schizophrenia or other psychotic disorders; moderate to severe mood, anxiety, dissociative, eating, or personality disorders) are attending community colleges in increasing numbers. Their need for counseling services presents counseling centers with unique ethical issues to consider. This…

Francis, Perry C.; Abbassi, Amir

2010-01-01

309

Culturally Competent Counselors: A Self-Assessment Rubric.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This paper examines graduate counseling students' affective and cognitive development related to cultural competence. Counseling Process and Cross Cultural Counseling, two required courses in a master's degree program at a regional university in the Midwest, were designed to provide a knowledge-base about cultural differences and to project how…

Ametrano, Irene Mass; Callaway, Yvonne L.; Stickel, Sue A.

310

Attitudes toward Counseling and Mental Health in Non-Western Societies.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Discusses the meaning of counseling from nonwestern perspectives and suggests some considerations for counselors. Discusses cultural differences related to stress, myth and superstition, social change, and social attitudes related to physical and mental health in six cultures. (JAC)

Stadler, Holly A., Ed.

1985-01-01

311

What is Genetic Counseling?  

MedlinePLUS

... the field from a variety of disciplines, including biology, genetics, nursing, psychology, public health, and social work. ... are working with patients and physicians include: Assisted Reproductive Technologies/Infertility Cardiovascular Genetics Familial Cancer Risk Counseling ...

312

Genetic Counseling Program Information  

E-print Network

. Advanced Human Genetics MBG 7600, 4 crs. Advanced Medical Genetics MBG 7800, 3crs. Human Development Counseling MBG 7881, 1 cr. Evaluating the Health Care Literature MBG 7860, 1 cr. Y1 Medical Genetics MD1 5400

Finley Jr., Russell L.

313

Counseling the Coronary Patient  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The article discusses counseling sessions designed to a) help the coronary patient adjust to cardiovascular disease, b) diminish patient anxieties and fears, and c) educate the patient and family members on controlling risk factors to deter another coronary attack. (JS)

Semmler, Caryl; Semmler, Maynard

1974-01-01

314

Effect of Genetic Counseling and Testing for BRCA1 and BRCA2 Mutations in African American Women: A Randomized Trial  

Microsoft Academic Search

Background: Limited empirical data are available on the effects of genetic counseling and testing among African American women. Objective: To evaluate the effects of genetic counseling and testing in African American women based on different levels of exposure: (a) women who were randomized to culturally tailored (CTGC) and standard genetic counseling (SGC) to women who declined randomization (non-randomized group), (b)

C. H. Halbert; L. Kessler; A. B. Troxel; J. E. Stopfer; S. Domchek

2010-01-01

315

Beyond the disorder: one parent's reflection on genetic counselling.  

PubMed Central

As a mother of two sons with adrenoleukodystrophy the author of this paper writes about her experiences of genetic counselling following the diagnosis. She discusses the dilemmas, emotions and aftermath this knowledge has brought to her family and the roles she played. Personal concerns are raised about the values guiding genetic counselling which, she found, focused on the technical details without considering the ethical implications arising from the new knowledge or the emotional dilemmas of prenatal testing. Some consequences of choice and the value of hope are discussed. She concludes by challenging genetic counsellors to deliver a service which not only provides technical information but is cognisant of the ethical considerations this information may foist upon a family. PMID:10226927

McGowan, R

1999-01-01

316

Ethics (lesson)  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Students examine some examples of ethical issues that have resulted from our expanded knowledge of neuroscience. They are asked to write a position paper describing their own point of view on one of these controversial topics.

2009-04-14

317

Ethical and Psychosocial Impact of Female Infertility  

PubMed Central

This manuscript reviews research from the past year on the ethical and psychosocial impact of infertility on women and men. We discuss several issues surrounding ovarian stimulation, particularly high-order multiple births, egg banking (especially for research purposes), and diminished ovarian reserve. We also present recent work on distress and counseling, which includes greater attention to subgroups of infertile women. More research on issues confronting men has emerged recently, and we outline these with regard to their relationships with infertile women, or as the infertility patient. Last, we outline some ethical issues posed by newer procedures of fertility preservation and uterine transplant. PMID:23336092

Leyser-Whalen, Ophra; Temple, Jeff R.

2012-01-01

318

Counselling Psychology Practicum The Counselling Psychology program includes two practicum placements. These placements allow you to  

E-print Network

Counselling Psychology Practicum The Counselling Psychology program includes two practicum development in real counselling settings. The general goal of the Counselling Psychology Practica. Students in the Master of Education (Counselling Psychology) program are responsible for making their own

Morris, Joy

319

Steps to Strengthen Ethics in Organizations: Research Findings, Ethics Placebos, and What Works  

PubMed Central

Research shows that many organizations overlook needs and opportunities to strengthen ethics. Barriers can make it hard to see the need for stronger ethics and even harder to take effective action. These barriers include the organization’s misleading use of language, misuse of an ethics code, culture of silence, strategies of justification, institutional betrayal, and ethical fallacies. Ethics placebos tend to take the place of steps to see, solve, and prevent problems. This article reviews relevant research and specific steps that create change. PMID:25602131

Pope, Kenneth S.

2015-01-01

320

Steps to strengthen ethics in organizations: research findings, ethics placebos, and what works.  

PubMed

Research shows that many organizations overlook needs and opportunities to strengthen ethics. Barriers can make it hard to see the need for stronger ethics and even harder to take effective action. These barriers include the organization's misleading use of language, misuse of an ethics code, culture of silence, strategies of justification, institutional betrayal, and ethical fallacies. Ethics placebos tend to take the place of steps to see, solve, and prevent problems. This article reviews relevant research and specific steps that create change. PMID:25602131

Pope, Kenneth S

2015-01-01

321

Ethical issues in human resources systems  

Microsoft Academic Search

Currently, the topic of ethics is enjoying a surge in popularity among the media and corporate America. It is unclear if the reason for all the attention is “just for show” or if companies truly believe in the substantive benefits, which can be gained by facilitating an ethical context. However, by examining the negative consequences of unethical corporate cultures, as

M. Ronald Buckley; Danielle S. Beu; Dwight D. Frink; Jack L. Howard; Howard Berkson; Tommie A. Mobbs; Gerald R. Ferris

2001-01-01

322

Rhetoric as Commitment: Ethics and Everyday Life.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Notes that it is not easy to help students enter into ongoing dialogues on ethics in both school-based and more immediate environments, ask students to consider ethics on both personal and social planes, and require students to write and reflect to stave off the disembodiment of culture. Describe a course that helps students to see rhetoric and…

Collins, Daniel F.; Sutton, Robert C.

2001-01-01

323

Technology in Art Therapy: Ethical Challenges  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

As technology advances, art therapy practices are adapting to the demands of a new cultural climate. Art therapists face a number of ethical challenges as they interact with increasingly diverse populations and employ new media. This article addresses some of the ethical and professional issues related to the use of technology in clinical…

Alders, Amanda; Beck, Liz; Allen, Pat B.; Mosinski, Barbara

2011-01-01

324

Two Spirit: Counseling Native American Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual People.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The cultural world of the Two Spirit, the traditional role of Native individuals believed to possess both male and female spirit, is explored in both "old ways" and current-day experiences. Cultural beliefs and meanings around sexual identity are discussed from a Native perspective with recommendations for counseling Two Spirit clients. (Contains…

Garrett, Michael Tlanusta; Barret, Bob

2003-01-01

325

[Ethical evaluation of biomedical research].  

PubMed

Every human behaviour, therefore also biomedical research, implies a reference, either implicit or explicit, to ethic values. The expression "biomedical research" attains to the domain of two distinct fields, the scientific and the technical one and this distinction is important for its ethic implications. In fact, it was the great progress in the biotechnologies that in the early 70's stimulated the birth of a new discipline known as bioethics, that from its very start was meant to be the meeting point between culturers of the biological sciences and those of human sciences. Among the paradigms adopted by bioethics, those of Beauchamp and Childress, which refer to the principles of "beneficence" (well doing), "non maleficence" (not wrong doing), autonomy and justice, are still of great importance. Bioethics proposed to establish an inequivocal and shared language and to develop adequate and rigorous procedures of analysis. So, at various levels, international, national and local, those interesting tools of the trade, which are the ethics committees, have arose. In order for an ethic committee to function, one must guarantee from the start, the conditions of autonomy and representativeness of different knowledges and cultural options that characterize our complex society. It is also necessary that an ethics committee, rather than assuming a prescriptive role, should promote attention and reflection on the ethical aspects of biomedical research. PMID:9810741

Bouquet, F

1998-01-01

326

Teaching Ethics in International Business Courses: The Impacts of Religions  

Microsoft Academic Search

Implicit in most comparative ethical studies is the assumption that cultural and religious differences between countries are the major reasons behind the variations in ethical beliefs and business practice across nations. This article examines research on the international ethical issues and the common moral concerns that permeate differing religious and philosophical perspectives—not only Judaism and Christianity, but also Islam, Hinduism,

John Ruhe; Monle Lee

2008-01-01

327

Teaching Ethics in International Business Courses: The Impacts of Religions  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Implicit in most comparative ethical studies is the assumption that cultural and religious differences between countries are the major reasons behind the variations in ethical beliefs and business practice across nations. This article examines research on the international ethical issues and the common moral concerns that permeate differing…

Ruhe, John; Lee, Monle

2008-01-01

328

Current Principles and Practice of Ethics and Law in Perinatal Medicine  

PubMed Central

One of the most controversial discussion topics in modern bioethics, science or philosophy is represented by the beginning of the individual human life. It is ethically, medically and scientifically correct that the human conception product to be born, so to gain personality and individuality, to be treated as a patient since the intrauterine life. Intrauterine foetal interventions, performed in various therapeutic purposes are still in the experimental stage even in centres with rich experience in perinatal medicine. Progresses truly outstanding are present especially in the prenatal diagnostic methods. Non invasive prenatal testing represents without a doubt a great progress in prenatal diagnosis, but from this point of view, the role of practitioners in the field of perinatal medicine, on counselling and addressing the indication of this test becomes essential. Beyond cultural, national, social or related differences, in perinatal medicine practice is particularly important to respect and permanently reassess the ethical codes. Our paper is targeting to spotlight the essential principles and practice of ethics and law in perinatal medicine nowadays on one hand, and to bring an update review on a controversial topic on the other hand. PMID:25729600

BERCEANU, C.; ALBU, SIMONA ELENA; BO?, MIHAELA; GHELASE, M.?T.

2014-01-01

329

GIS and Ethics Undergraduate  

E-print Network

GIS and Ethics in the Undergraduate Classroom GIS and Ethics in the Undergraduate Classroom Sunday, April 18, 2010 #12;GIS and Ethics in the Undergraduate Classroom Presentation Overview · Encroachment of Ethics into Classroom · Relationship of GIS and Ethics · Student Perceptions of Ethics 2

Wright, Dawn Jeannine

330

The Importance of Ethical Training for the Improvement of Ethical Decision-Making: Evidence from Germany and the United States  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Based on three independent samples from Germany and the United States, this exploratory, cross-cultural study examines empirically the importance of ethical training for the improvement of ethical decision-making. The results of the study reveal a significant difference in the use of corporate codes of conduct and ethical training, as well as…

Rottig, Daniel; Heischmidt, Kenneth A.

2007-01-01

331

The Ghosts of Counseling Psychology: Is Counseling Research Really Dead?  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Scheel et al. offer an interesting analysis on the publication rate of counseling-related research articles in counseling psychology's two major journals. In this reaction to their work, the author considers various aspects of their results and contemplates possible explanations for the decline of counseling-related publications. The author…

Murdock, Nancy L.

2011-01-01

332

Psychological type and counselling psychology trainees’ choice of counselling orientation  

Microsoft Academic Search

Clarifying the factors which influence choice of counselling orientation is important. This study investigated whether psychological type is associated with choice of orientation in counselling psychology trainees. Sets of questionnaires were sent to 210 counselling psychology trainees in four universities, which resulted in a sample of 84 participants. The measures were the Keirsey Temperament Sorter II and a short demographic

Evi Varlami; Rowan Bayne

2007-01-01

333

COUN 668: Internship in School Counseling MSEd Counseling,  

E-print Network

INTERNSHIP HANDBOOK COUN 668: Internship in School Counseling MSEd Counseling, Old Dominion COUNSELING INTERNSHIP I. INTRODUCTION The supervised internship experience will enable students to practice The prerequisites for Internship are as follows: COUN 601, 633, 634, 642 or 644, 645, 648, 650, and 669. In addition

334

[Counseling work with foreign families].  

PubMed

In spite of informations about a rapid change of behavioral patterns, immigrant children, youth and families have problems to keep their identity and being understood in the guest countries. Assistance of any kind and especially counseling in intrapsychic and social conflicts has to follow special topics. There are not only language barriers, the adviser has to take care of the ethnological background and the social-cultural conditions of the home country, he has to know about loyalty mechanisms to the family of origin, to manage closeness and distance in interactional relationship. Often he has also to help children and adult persons to experience self-confidence and self-conciousness in solving psychological problems instead of helplessness and waiting for magic and mystic help. PMID:1584731

Gerhardt, U

1992-03-01

335

Counselling Families On Genetic Problems  

PubMed Central

Genetic counselling is the single most important service which family physicians can render in the area of genetic medicine. The rationale, procedures and effectiveness of genetic counselling are discussed, especially in relation to prenatal diagnosis of genetic disease. PMID:20469111

Soltan, H. C.

1974-01-01

336

Humor in Counseling: Leader Perspectives  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This article explores the existence of humor in counseling from the perspectives of several leaders in the field. Specifically, the last 5 authors describe some of their thoughts and experiences regarding the emergence of humor in counseling.

Goldin, Eugene; Bordan, Terry; Araoz, Daniel L.; Gladding, Samuel T.; Kaplan, David; Krumboltz, John; Lazarus, Arnold

2006-01-01

337

Environmental Ethics  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Dr. Ron Epstein of San Francisco State University has compiled this comprehensive online source of information on environmental ethics. The site is simply presented, consisting of a straightforward menu of topics that link mostly to related external Web pages. Topics covered include environmental effects of war, genetic engineering, cloning, indigenous peoples, and much more. While some of the provided links appear to be duds, anyone interested in exploring the field of environmental ethics should find this convenient and well-organized collection of links useful.

338

Oppression Within the Counselling Room  

Microsoft Academic Search

This paper suggests that the oppression experienced by disabled people in society is sometimes replayed in the counselling room by counsellors who are unaware of their own disablist attitudes and prejudices. Whilst the provision of Disability Equality Training (DET) within counselling courses would ameliorate the problem, I believe that disabled people would be most empowered by a counselling approach which

Donna Reeve

2000-01-01

339

School Counseling Outcomes and Research.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The comprehensive, developmental model of school counseling has gained much favor across the nation among educators. It is now time to assess its effectiveness. Counseling has had difficulty achieving the precision attainable in research in the physical sciences. Because of the intangible nature of many of the variables present in the counseling

Perry, Nancy S.

340

Do Counseling and Marketing Mix?  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Responds to Wittman's previous article on counseling and marketing by discussing concerns about two of Wittman's purposes for use of marketing: improved services in consumers and economic survival of counseling profession. Agrees that counseling profession needs to understand basic marketing principles used by business and health care industry;…

Fong-Beyette, Margaret L.

1988-01-01

341

Role Induction in Career Counseling  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Many vocational psychologists advocate addressing career as well as personal concerns in career counseling. However, some clients may have inappropriate expectations toward career counseling and may not be prepared or want to discuss personal issues. This study examined whether perceptions of the career counseling process could be modified with…

Fouad, Nadya A.; Kantamneni, Neeta; Chen, Yung-Lung; Novakovic, Alexandra; Guillen, Amy; Priester, Paul E.; Henry, Caroline; Terry, Sarah

2007-01-01

342

A counseling evaluation with a \\  

Microsoft Academic Search

In the 1930's, Williamson and Bordin did a counseling evaluation study, comparing counseled students (N = 384) with noncounseled students (N = 384). The 2 groups were matched on test scores, high school grades, and a few background variables but not on motivation to seek counseling, a weakness that drew considerable criticism. In a current 25 year follow-up study of

David P. Campbell

1963-01-01

343

Alabama Counseling Association Journal, 1996.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This document consists of the two issues of the "Alabama Counseling Association Journal" published during 1996. The focus of the journal is on communicating ideas and information that will help counselors to implement the counseling role and develop the profession of counseling. Issue number 1 includes the following articles: "Commitment through…

Farrell, R. Joel, II, Ed.

1996-01-01

344

Forensic Ethics and Indirect Practice for the Rehabilitation Counselor  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

For nearly 50 years, the specialty area of forensics has emerged as an established practice setting in rehabilitation counseling, and it is predicted to be the fastest-growing area of practice in the profession. Reflecting the increased number of practitioners in the specialty, the revised "Code for Professional Ethics of Rehabilitation…

Barros-Bailey, Mary; Carlisle, Jeffrey; Blackwell, Terry L.

2010-01-01

345

Incorporating global components into ethics education.  

PubMed

Ethics is central to science and engineering. Young engineers need to be grounded in how corporate social responsibility principles can be applied to engineering organizations to better serve the broader community. This is crucial in times of climate change and ecological challenges where the vulnerable can be impacted by engineering activities. Taking a global perspective in ethics education will help ensure that scientists and engineers can make a more substantial contribution to development throughout the world. This paper presents the importance of incorporating the global and cross culture components in the ethic education. The authors bring up a question to educators on ethics education in science and engineering in the globalized world, and its importance, necessity, and impendency. The paper presents several methods for discussion that can be used to identify the differences in ethics standards and practices in different countries; enhance the student's knowledge of ethics in a global arena. PMID:21769592

Wang, George; Thompson, Russell G

2013-03-01

346

Participatory action research: considerations for ethical review.  

PubMed

This paper addresses the distinctive nature of participatory action research (PAR) in relation to ethical review requirements. As a framework for conducting research and reducing health disparities, PAR is gaining increased attention in community and public health research. As a result, PAR researchers and members of Research Ethics Boards could benefit from an increased understanding of the array of ethical concerns that can arise. We discuss these concerns in light of commonly held ethical requirements for clinical research (social or scientific value, scientific validity, fair subject/participant selection, favourable risk-benefit ratio, independent review, informed consent, and respect for potential and enrolled participants) and refer to guidelines specifically developed for participatory research in health promotion. We draw from our community-based experiences in mental health promotion research with immigrant and culturally diverse youth to illustrate the ethical advantages and challenges of applying a PAR approach. We conclude with process suggestions for Research Ethics Boards. PMID:15748680

Khanlou, N; Peter, E

2005-05-01

347

Why Ethical Consumers Don’t Walk Their Talk: Towards a Framework for Understanding the Gap Between the Ethical Purchase Intentions and Actual Buying Behaviour of Ethically Minded Consumers  

Microsoft Academic Search

Despite their ethical intentions, ethically minded consumers rarely purchase ethical products (Auger and Devinney: 2007, Journal of Business Ethics\\u000a 76, 361–383). This intentions–behaviour gap is important to researchers and industry, yet poorly understood (Belk et al.: 2005, Consumption, Markets and Culture\\u000a 8(3), 275–289). In order to push the understanding of ethical consumption forward, we draw on what is known about

Michal J. Carrington; Benjamin A. Neville; Gregory J. Whitwell

2010-01-01

348

An Overview of Environmental Ethics  

E-print Network

: Reflecting on Earth as Sacred Community (2006) #12;Environmental Ethics: Though rooted in 19th century Europe With Ecotourism? The conservation movement, cultural shift toward sustainability, and wider respect for nature has down exactly what ecotourism is has been surprisingly difficult: Sustainable Tourism Ecotourism can

Jawitz, James W.

349

Islamic work ethic in Kuwait  

Microsoft Academic Search

Purpose – To investigation the centrality of islamic work ethic (IWE) in the lives of managers in Kuwait and provide a useful insight into the nature of work environment and organizational culture. Design\\/methodology\\/approach – The participants were 762 managers randomly selected from government and private sectors. Among participants 50 per cent were female; 73 per cent were Kuwaitis. Two measures

Abbas J. Ali; Ali A. Al-Kazemi

2007-01-01

350

Robot companions and ethics a pragmatic approach of ethical design.  

PubMed

From his experience as ethical expert for two Robot Companion prototype projects aiming at empowering older MCI persons to remain at home and to support their family carers, Gerard Cornet, Gerontologist, review the ethical rules, principles and pragmatic approaches in different cultures. The ethical process of these two funded projects, one European, Companionable (FP7 e-inclusion call1), the other French, Quo vadis (ANR tecsan) are described from the inclusion of the targeted end users in the process, to the assessment and ranking of their main needs and whishes to design the specifications, test the performance expected. Obstacles to turn round and limits for risks evaluation (directs or implicit), acceptability, utility, respect of intimacy and dignity, and balance with freedom and security and frontiers to artificial intelligence are discussed As quoted in the discussion with the French and Japanese experts attending the Toulouse Robotics and medicine symposium (March 26th 2011), the need of a new ethical approach, going further the present ethical rules is needed for the design and social status of ethical robots, having capacity cas factor of progress and global quality of innovation design in an ageing society. PMID:24558735

Cornet, Gérard

2013-12-01

351

Supervision in Counseling II.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Organizes components of counseling supervision by conceptualizing a framework for analyzing various models, assessing its applicability, and discussing results of the application. The 11 articles include several approaches and models of supervision, e.g., client-centered, cognitive-developmental, working alliance, rational-emotive therapy, social…

Bartlett, Willis, E., Ed.; And Others

1983-01-01

352

Group Counseling: Health Related.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Diabetes and sickle cell anemia (SCA) are two health-related characteristics that distinguish young people from their peers. This article outlines the problems of children with diabetes and SCA and presents the goals and format for group counseling of these populations and their parents. (Author/BEF)

McFadden, Johnnie

1979-01-01

353

The Counseling & Guidance Curriculum.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Counseling and guidance services are vital in any school curriculum. Counselors may themselves be dealing with students of diverse abilities and handicaps. Counselors may have to work with students affected by drug addiction, fetal alcohol syndrome, homelessness, poverty, Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) and divorce. Students may present…

Ediger, Marlow

354

DOES GRIEF COUNSELING WORK?  

Microsoft Academic Search

Most bereavement caregivers accept as a truism that their interventions are helpful. However, an examination of the bereavement intervention literature suggests that the scientific basis for accepting the efficacy of grief counseling may be quite weak. This article summarizes the findings of four recent qualitative and quantitative reviews of the bereavement intervention literature. It then discusses three possible explanations for

JOHN R. JORDAN; ROBERT A. NEIMEYER

2003-01-01

355

Counseling in Italy  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The counseling profession in Italy is in an early stage of development. No university preparation programs exist, and counselors are not employed in schools. Counselors maintain private practices, work in agencies, and are employed by the government. Counselors receive their preparation in Italy from professional associations in programs that…

Remley, Theodore P.; Bacchini, Eugenio; Krieg, Paul

2010-01-01

356

Problem Classification in Counseling.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This paper describes a framework for counselors that will help them classify personal and social problems of clients for base-line and end-line comparisons. Counseling's goal, as presented here, is to help individuals for a lifetime; therapy is not seen as the giving of advice or solutions, but as a teaching process through which clients become…

Klimes, Rudolf E.

1992-01-01

357

First Cycle Counselling.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Investigations are described that were carried out by the Centre d'Information de Documentation et d'Orientation of the Rene Descartes University to find an answer to the counseling problems arising from student admission, through coursework, and upon leaving the university to start a career. (Author/MLW)

Darska, Anna

1981-01-01

358

Assessing Campus Counseling Needs  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Campus mental health needs are in the spotlight. Whether the nature and severity of problems presenting in college counseling centers are increasing or not, it is important to provide appropriate services for the campus as a whole. By surveying the general campus population, a better basis for determining the needs of students can be established…

Harrar, William R.; Affsprung, Eric H.; Long, Jeffrey C.

2010-01-01

359

Selection and Counseling Strategies.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This paper addresses two important aspects involved in orienting an ex-offender to college. The first aspect is the selection of students for admission; the second is the structuring of individual counseling and class orientation to examine important psychological and social changes that the student must make to be successful in college and…

Bonifacio, Philip

360

Developmental Science and Counseling  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Developmental counseling is a promising model integrating theory and practice. A. E. Ivey's (2000; A. E. Ivey & O. F. Goncalves, 1988) work is discussed as a template for proposing a more comprehensive developmental perspective. Where A. E. Ivey's model renders a case for cognition, the current article encompasses other developmental systems…

Geidner, James M.

2009-01-01

361

Stress and stress counselling.  

PubMed Central

This is a report by the 1989 National Association of Clinical Tutors Wyeth Travelling Fellow to the United States of America. The stresses of postgraduate training and attempts to modify these are described, including stress counselling. The significance of stress and the relevance of the findings for postgraduate training in the United Kingdom are considered. PMID:2235808

Matheson, K. H.

1990-01-01

362

Counseling and Psychological  

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: 911· Benton County Mental Health: 766-6844· Crisis Line for times when BCMH is closed: call· 1 history. OSU & Community Referrals When no immediate harm seems likely: Counseling and Psych· ological Services: 737-2131 Student Health Services: 737-WELL· Sexual Assault Support Services: 737

Escher, Christine

363

Writing as Counseling.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Promotes writing as a counseling technique to enhance a child's psychological growth. Notes that writing enhances awareness by helping individuals organize their inner selves, contributing to personal integration and self-validation, and providing a cathartic emotional release. Describes current therapeutic writing practices and a therapeutic…

Brand, Alice G.

1987-01-01

364

Buddhism and Counselling.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Discusses the relevance of the principles and practices of Buddhism to the field of counseling. As Buddhism espouses the notion of a productive and healthy life, it offers ways of dealing with problems and difficulties, and of improving psychological well-being. Cites examples of relevant Buddhist techniques and their application. (JPS)

de Silva, Padmal

1993-01-01

365

A Maslovian Counseling Method.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

With Maslow's hierarchy as a basis, the model provides structure for setting goals in counseling cases and overall programs. Different kinds of client concerns are identified, and suggestions are made for using these 14 categories. The article includes specific suggestions for using the model in diagnosis, evaluation, counselor education, and…

Kirkpatrick, J. Stephen

1979-01-01

366

Odds in genetic counselling  

PubMed Central

The text that follows is a statement of opinion on the use and meaning of recurrence rates in genetic counselling. It will have served its purpose well if it becomes the starting point of fruitful discussion among counsellors, and if its major points are formally tested. PMID:7154044

Côté, G B

1982-01-01

367

Non-Medical Counseling  

MedlinePLUS

... Line 800.273.TALK (8255) DoD Safe Helpline Sexual Assault Support 877.995.5247 Confidential services, including non- ... Non-Medical Counseling Parenting Relationship Health & Family Wellness Sexual Assault Spouse Education & Career Opportunities Transition Assistance Voluntary Education ...

368

Transplantation ethics  

Microsoft Academic Search

Organ donation and transplantation, in all forms and phases, engage clinically with anaesthesia and critical care. Although undoubtedly a major medical achievement, and of significant benefit to the recipient and some consolation to bereaved families, cadaveric donation poses a series of ethical challenges that warrant addressing by the profession if public confidence is to be maintained. The original bedrock of

Dominic Bell

2009-01-01

369

Are ethical theories relevant for ethical leadership?  

Microsoft Academic Search

Purpose – The aim of this study is to know if ethical theories could be connected to some leadership approaches. Design\\/methodology\\/approach – In the paper eight leadership approaches are selected: directive leadership, self-leadership, authentic leadership, transactional leadership, shared leadership, charismatic leadership, servant leadership, transformational leadership. Five western ethical theories (philosophical egoism, utilitarianism, Kantianism, ethics of virtue, ethics of responsibility) are

Michel Dion

2012-01-01

370

Tom Donahue Environmental Ethics ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS.  

E-print Network

Tom Donahue Environmental Ethics 1 ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS. EPE S399/PHIL S331/PLSC S335 Summer 2012 Environmental Ethics 2 the thesis. I will ask you what you think of those reasons, and so forth. The course before then. REQUIRED TEXTBOOKS (on sale at Yale Bookstore) [1] Environmental Ethics: An Anthology, ed

371

Developing the Counselor as a Person and as a Professional: Attitudinal Changes in Core Counseling Courses  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This quantitative pilot study examined changes in counseling students' professional attitudes in 3 master's-level core courses. Results indicated significantly more change occurred during an ethics course than during the other courses. Changes occurred in attitudes consistent with humanistic philosophy, including self-awareness, professional…

Coll, Kenneth M.; Doumas, Diana M.; Trotter, Ann; Freeman, Brenda J.

2013-01-01

372

Instrument Construction and Initial Validation: Professional Identity Scale in Counseling (PISC)  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The advantages of having a strong professional identity include ethical performances, promoted wellness, and increased awareness of roles and functions among individual counselors (Brott & Myers, 1999; Grimmit & Paisley, 2008; Ponton & Duba, 2009). Scholars in the counseling field have underscored the importance of unified professional…

Woo, Hong Ryun

2013-01-01

373

Comparison of Counseling and Clinical Psychology Graduates on the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology  

Microsoft Academic Search

Doctoral recipients in clinical psychology scored higher than doctoral recipients in counseling psychology on the national licensing exam, the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology. The largest discrepancies between the 2 groups were on Subtest I (diagnosis), Subtest II (intervention), and Subtest III (research). The differences were less large for Subtest IV (professional\\/ethical\\/legal issues) and for Subtest V (social application).

Marie Tomeo; Hiroko Arikawa; Donald I. Templer

2000-01-01

374

School Counseling Websites: Do They Have Content That Serves Diverse Students?  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The 12 diversity dimensions of the ASCA Ethical Standards (ASCA, 2010) provided a framework for examining whether a statewide sample of high school counseling websites (N = 312) had content for diverse students and their families. Many websites offered little content related to those dimensions, and content was especially low for some groups…

Kennedy, Stephen D.; Baker, Stanley B.

2015-01-01

375

Culture.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Twelve conference papers on cultural aspects of second language instruction include: "Towards True Multiculturalism: Ideas for Teachers" (Brian McVeigh); Comparing Cultures Through Critical Thinking: Development and Interpretations of Meaningful Observations" (Laurel D. Kamada); "Authority and Individualism in Japan and the USA" (Alisa Woodring);…

1997

376

On the Need for Reconstruction of Our Present Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Responds to earlier article by Mio and Iwamasa (1993) on white researchers investigating ethnic-minority populations and other cross-cultural issues. Discusses three lessons from the symposium: counseling and psychotherapy have failed to recognize the important contributions of minority authors; a major fourth force of counseling and therapy…

Ivey, Allen E.

1993-01-01

377

Feminist Group Counseling with South Asian Women Who Have Survived Intimate Partner Violence  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This article examines how to use a feminist approach in group counseling with South Asian women who have survived intimate partner violence (IPV). South Asian culture, including gender-role expectations and attitudes about family violence, is discussed. A case study detailing a feminist counseling group conducted with this population is presented.…

Singh, Anneliese A.; Hays, Danica G.

2008-01-01

378

208 SDSU General Catalog 2012-2013 Counseling and School Psychology  

E-print Network

. Master of Science degree in counseling. Concentration in marriage and family therapy. Concentration in society, and convergence of popular culture and counseling. CSP 450. Marriage and Family Therapy (3. Profession of family therapy. Problem formation and resolution pro- cesses that take place in families

Gallo, Linda C.

379

210 SDSU General Catalog 2013-2014 Counseling and School Psychology  

E-print Network

of Science degree in counseling. Concentration in marriage and family therapy. Concentration in school in society, and convergence of popular culture and counseling. CSP 450. Marriage and Family Therapy (3. Profession of family therapy. Problem formation and resolution pro- cesses that take place in families

Gallo, Linda C.

380

Computers: from ethos and ethics to mythos and religion. Notes on the new frontier between computers and philosophy  

SciTech Connect

This essay surveys recent studies concerning the social, cultural, ethical and religious dimensions of computers. The argument is that computers have certain cultural influences which call for ethical analysis. Further suggestions are that American culture is itself reflected in new ways in the high-technology computer milieu, and that ethical issues entail religious ones which are being largely ignored. 28 references.

Mitcham, C.

1986-01-01

381

Eer ethics  

SciTech Connect

Intelligent agents are personified as epers, electronic personas. Epers can take on various roles as business representatives, financial agents, game players, teachers or civil servants. The ethical deployment of epers requires that they be accountable to their originators, who, in turn, are responsible to the cyberspace communities in which they are involved. Epers must maintain integrity of information, carry out tasks as directed and report accurately on task status. Epers can be custodians of the truth, responsible for certifying that data has not been altered. Public service epers could chair electronic meetings, collect and validate votes on local issues and referee online {open_quotes}flame{close_quotes} wars. Epers` rights include those of privacy, autonomy and anonymity. They could decline to produce information aside from key identifiers and have the right to be protected from arbitrary deletion. Ethical issues include privacy protections, maintenance of appropriate access restrictions, and carrying out business in a secure and trustworthy manner.

Orwant, C.J.

1994-12-31

382

Financial Counseling and Planning: Similarities and Distinctions  

Microsoft Academic Search

Establishing academic training, professional standards, and criteria for certification in the area of financial counseling requires that financial counseling be differentiated from financial planning. Those attending the 1983 Consortium on Financial Counseling and Planning attempted to define similarities and differences between financial counseling and financial planning. Those selecting a name for the Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education (AFCPE)

Virginia B. Langrehr

383

The Ethics Connection  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Created and maintained by the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University, the Ethics Connection demonstrates the power of the Web as an interactive information and communication medium. This site combines excellent content, form, and function to provide teachers, researchers, community leaders, and the public "with strategies to heighten ethical awareness and improve ethical decision making." The rich information resources at the Ethics Connection include an interactive forum for the discussion of ethical issues; an extensive collection of the latest news and publications on ethics, featuring the Markkula Center's own quarterly, Issues in Ethics; a collection of several case studies on ethics, which include message boards for visitors' comments; a Practicing Ethics section, offering numerous resources for day-to-day ethical decision making; and a compilation of 900 ethical links, all of which are categorized, rated, and reviewed.

384

Motivational Interviewing and Rehabilitation Counseling Practice  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This article explores commonalities between rehabilitation counseling and the counseling approach known as motivational interviewing. Motivational interviewing is an empirically supported, clientcentered, directive counseling approach designed to promote client motivation and reduce motivational conflicts and barriers to change. The underpinnings…

Wagner, C. C.; McMahon, B. T.

2004-01-01

385

Counseling in Turkey: An Evolving Field  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This article provides a brief history of counseling and addresses the current issues and future trends of counseling in Turkey. Special emphasis is placed on the factors that impede the development of school counseling as a discipline.

Stockton, Rex; Guneri, Oya Yerin

2011-01-01

386

(Re)placing multiculturalism in counselling and psychotherapy  

Microsoft Academic Search

Since multiculturalism is not fully theorised it has created much confusion in counselling and psychotherapy. It has been criticised for ignoring questions of power relations, and for emphasising the cultural differences of ethnic minority groups rather than focus on their similar predicaments of racism, sexism, misogyny, homophobia and economic oppression. Furthermore, it has not provided clinically useful information within which

Roy Moodley

2007-01-01

387

Counseling Deaf College Students: The Case of Shea  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This case study describes developmental and psychosocial challenges experienced by a Deaf college student. A counseling intervention that combines person-centered and cognitive behavior approaches with psycho-educational strategies designed to educate the client about Deaf identity development and Deaf culture is presented.

Whyte, Aimee K.; Guiffrida, Douglas A.

2008-01-01

388

Careerist, Wage-Earner, or Entrepreneur: Work Values and Counseling.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Explores work values and the culture clashes and fracture lines that accompany them. Grounds this analysis of values in Danish ethnology and focuses on the careerist, the wage-earner, the entrepreneur, and a comparison of each perspective. Discusses the implications of these values for counseling. (RJM)

Plant, Peter

1997-01-01

389

The Use of Humor when Counseling African American College Students  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

According to the literature, humor is a critical tool to enhance the counseling process because it can reduce stress, build rapport, and aid in the increase of the client's self-efficacy. In recent years, the critical nature of using humor appropriately from a cultural perspective has been explored. In this article, the authors further explore the…

Vereen, Linwood G.; Butler, S. Kent; Williams, Franklyn C.; Darg, Jules A.; Downing, Trae K. E.

2006-01-01

390

A Sikh Perspective on Life-Stress: Implications for Counselling  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This paper presents the Sikh life-stress model as a culture-specific intervention. The paper looks at the Sikh world-view, from which it delineates the Sikh perspective on life-stress. It further outlines a framework for incorporating the Sikh life-stress model into the Western counselling context, and concludes with a case vignette to demonstrate…

Sandhu, Jaswinder Singh

2005-01-01

391

Balm in Gilead: Spiritual Dimensions in Counseling African American Women.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Describes African American cultural and spiritual traditions that are the bedrock for therapeutic work with this population. States women who present for counseling with emotional themes of isolation, devaluation, internalized oppression, and low self-esteem and quest for positive racial identity are especially receptive to interventions that…

Frame, Marsha Wiggins; Williams, Carmen Braun; Green, Evelyn L.

1999-01-01

392

Spirituality and Multicultural Counseling: A Generic Model and Discussion.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Spirituality is an important aspect of counseling. This paper identifies spirituality as a task that is a journey universal to human beings. It presents a taxonomy of spirituality/consciousness developed by Render and Lemire, postulating five levels of taxonomy: self, others, groups, the world, and cosmic. These levels apply across cultural,…

Lemire, David

393

Internet and Computer Technology Hazards: Perspectives for Family Counselling.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Explores the social construction of the various computer hazards that households are encountering, such as computer addiction and children's access to on-line pornography. Discusses these issues in terms of constructivist counseling perspectives that are sensitive to cultural and environmental contexts. Outlines specific strategies for countering…

Oravec, Jo Ann

2000-01-01

394

Grief Counseling Groups in a Medium-Security Prison  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The authors discuss their facilitation of four grief counseling groups with male inmates in a state prison over a two-year period. Worden's Tasks of Mourning were used as a guide for the group process. Disenfranchised grief and gender and cultural issues in grieving are explored. Catalytic exercises are described, and written feedback from inmates…

Olson, Margaret J.; McEwen, Margaret A.

2004-01-01

395

Qualitative Research in Counseling: A Reflection for Novice Counselor Researchers  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Counselors practice in a wide range of disciplines, but also represent a distinct discipline separate from medicine, psychology, and social work. Particularly in countries like Australia, Canada, and the Asia Pacific nations, as a relatively new field, counseling is taking up the challenges of encouraging a research culture that can both critique…

Bowers, Randolph; Minichiello, Victor; Plummer, David

2007-01-01

396

Counselling Service The Counselling Service assists students who are  

E-print Network

.mcgill.ca/studentservices/workshops Student Services Promoting Student Success and Well-Being #12;Office for Students with Disabilities If youCounselling Service The Counselling Service assists students who are dealing with concerns of career and life planning, intellectual and emotional development, as well as social and interpersonal

Volesky, Bohumil

397

Multicultural Counseling Competencies, 2003: Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This book updates earlier Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development (AMCD) multicultural counseling competencies (MCC). Each chapter author particularizes definitions and/or conceptualizations of multicultural competencies to the topic of his or her chapter. The present document operationalizes the MCC into practice examples,…

Roysircar, Gargi; Arredondo, Patricia; Fuertes, Jairo N.; Ponterotto, Joseph G.; Toporek, Rebecca L.

398

Elementary School Guidance and Counseling Special Issue: Family Counseling.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Looks at family counseling, including role of schools, review of family theory and therapy, and single parent and dual career families. When family problems begin to affect a student's school progress, the counselor should offer alternatives to the student and parents that may include conferences, counseling, and therapy. (JAC)

McComb, Bettie, Ed.

1981-01-01

399

Counseling Psychology and School Counseling: An Underutilized Partnership  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Counseling psychology and school counseling have become quite removed from each other despite sharing a common history, having similar values, and the fact that many training programs for the two disciplines coexist in the same university department or college. This article argues for a stronger integration of the two specialties to advance their…

Romano, John L.; Kachgal, Mera M.

2004-01-01

400

Exploration of Support Behavior in Counseling Groups with Counseling Trainees  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The study explores the types of support expressed in counseling groups attended by trainee counselors. Support is a crucial factor in human life in general, and in groups in particular, yet little is known about the type of support presented in counseling groups. Type of support was categorized by means of the Social Support Behavior Code (SSBC;…

Harel, Yoni; Shechtman, Zipora; Cutrona, Carolyn

2012-01-01

401

Examining Multicultural Counseling Competencies of Rehabilitation Counseling Graduate Students  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

There has been little examination of multicultural counseling competencies of rehabilitation counselor trainees. The current study examined competency development (knowledge, skills and awareness) of 68 rehabilitation counseling master's degree students across six universities. Results indicate that students did not demonstrate competence in…

Donnell, Chandra M.

2008-01-01

402

Caring ethics and a Somali reproductive dilemma.  

PubMed

The use of traditional ethical methodologies is inadequate in addressing a constructed maternal-fetal rights conflict in a multicultural obstetrical setting. The use of caring ethics and a relational approach is better suited to address multicultural conceptualizations of autonomy and moral distress. The way power differentials, authoritative knowledge, and informed consent are intertwined in this dilemma will be illuminated by contrasting traditional bioethics and a caring ethics approach. Cultural safety is suggested as a way to develop a relational ontology. Using caring ethics and a relational approach can alleviate moral distress in health-care providers, while promoting collaboration and trust between providers and their patients and ultimately decreasing reproductive disparities. This article examines how a relational approach can be applied to a cross-cultural reproductive dilemma. PMID:23275457

Narruhn, Robin; Schellenberg, Ingra R

2013-06-01

403

Teaching Business Ethics or Teaching Business Ethically?  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Notes that one of the most important contexts for ethical decision-making is the nature and operation of "contemporary capitalisms." Suggests that rather than issuing a call for teaching business ethics, the author emphasizes the need for more ethical business teaching. (SG)

Stablein, Ralph

2003-01-01

404

Postmodern Ethics for Active-Directive Counseling and Psychotherapy.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Discusses how Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) includes some basic postmodern ideas and can be practiced with important caveats and cautions that keep it open-ended, flexible, and relativist. Describes how REBT shows clients how their conscious and unconscious absolutistic philosophies lead to much of their dysfunctional feelings and…

Ellis, Albert

1997-01-01

405

Legal and Ethical Challenges in Counseling Suicidal Students.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Provides a brief overview of some of the literature available to school counselors on the topics of ethnic and gender differences, methods, risk factors, precipitants of acts of self-harm, myths, and the profile of a potentially suicidal adolescent. Follows with a description of best practices for creating and implementing prevention, crisis…

Capuzzi, David

2002-01-01

406

Doing good medical ethics: a Christian perspective.  

PubMed

Despite the rise of the secular state, religion remains a significant force in society. Within Christianity this encompasses a wide variety of beliefs. These range from simple assertions of theism in a cultural context to complex theologies; from liberal emphases on uncertainty and exploration to dogmatic views of divine revelation. How one 'does' good medical ethics depends on these perspectives. Contingently, the Christian contribution to medical ethics has been huge and constructive. Central to that contribution is a core belief in the intrinsic value of human life, respect for which we are accountable to God. Christianity continues to deserve its place 'in the public square' and, specifically, in medical ethical discourse. PMID:25516951

Saunders, John

2015-01-01

407

Culture, Personality, Health, and Family Dynamics: Cultural Competence in the Selection of Culturally Sensitive Treatments  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Cultural sensitivity and cultural competence in the selection of culturally sensitive treatments is a requisite for effective counseling practice in working with diverse clients and their families, particularly when clients present with health issues or medical problems. Described here is a strategy for selecting culturally sensitive treatments…

Sperry, Len

2010-01-01

408

An Informative Interactive Question and Answer Page on Internet Ethics, C...merce Ethics, Web Ethics, Medical Ethics and Other General Ethical Issues An Informative Interactive Question and Answer Page on  

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Ethics, Medical Ethics and Other General Ethical Issues An Informative Interactive Question and Answer Ethics, C...merce Ethics, Web Ethics, Medical Ethics and Other General Ethical Issues Poynter Center Ethics, C...merce Ethics, Web Ethics, Medical Ethics and Other General Ethical Issues http

Redmiles, David F.

409

Counseling Supervision by Developmental Level.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Examined the validity of an elaboration of Stoltenberg's developmental counseling supervision model. The Supervision Level Scale classified predominant developmental level of supervisees and supervision environments. Supervisee developmental level and supervision environment level were related to mean semesters of supervisee-supervised counseling

Wiley, Mary O'Leary; Ray, Philip B.

1986-01-01

410

Persuasion in the Counseling Process.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Of all the methods and techniques arising from research in human communication that are subsequently used in counseling, the one most seldom mentioned in counseling literature is that of persuasion. The word persuasion is often wrongly used as a synonym for manipulation, an activity counselors are trained to avoid in working with clients. Verbal…

Hunt, David J.; And Others

411

Career Counseling in New Zealand  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The author examines articles published in a special issue of the New Zealand Journal of Counselling that highlight career topics in New Zealand. Parallels are drawn between these topics and similar ones identified by M. Savickas (2003a) for advancing career counseling in the United States. The author argues that the similarity of career issues in…

Furbish, Dale S.

2007-01-01

412

Remarriage Counseling: A Current Challenge.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

An increasing percentage of weddings today are remarriages. The urgent need for counseling in preparation for, and in the context of, remarriage deserves recognition. Yet remarriage counseling is a neglected topic at professional conventions, in research studies and among marriage and family counselors. This kind of marital relationship exhibits a…

Cameron, Catherine

413

Counseling Japanese Men on Fathering  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The authors review an article (J. Yamamoto & F. Tagami, 2004) published in the "Japanese Journal of Counseling Science" that described changes in contemporary Japanese family structures and illustrated a therapy process with a father to enhance the father-son relationship. Implications for the counseling profession in working with men on…

Seto, Atsuko; Becker, Kent W.; Akutsu, Motoko

2006-01-01

414

SU Wellness Centre Counselling Services  

E-print Network

SU Wellness Centre Counselling Services 403.210.9355 MacEwan Student Centre, Room 370 2500 University Drive NW Calgary, AB, Canada T2N 1N4 ucalgary.ca/wellnesscentre Sessional Counsellor, Wellness Centre, University of Calgary Sessional Counselling positions in the SU Wellness Centre at the University

Habib, Ayman

415

Alabama Counseling Association Journal, 1995.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Communicating ideas and information that will help counselors to implement the counseling role and develop the profession of counseling is the purpose of this journal. The first issue in volume 21 contains the following articles: "Policies and Procedures for Reporting Child Abuse in Alabama: Considerations for Counselors, Teachers, and School…

Abbott, Gypsy, Ed.; Elliott, Glenda R., Ed.

1995-01-01

416

School Counseling in China Today  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This article provides a brief overview of the development of psychological thinking in China and social influences on the practice of school counseling today. Common problems of students are described, including anxiety due to pressure to perform well on exams, loneliness and social discomfort, and video game addiction. Counseling approaches used…

Thomason, Timothy C.; Qiong, Xiao

2008-01-01

417

School Counseling: New Perspectives & Practices.  

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School counselors need new ideas to initiate change in school counseling programs. This book presents a collection of innovative paradigms and approaches. Part 1 presents articles on techniques and methods of counseling interventions: (1) Student Rights (C. C. Hogan); (2) At-Risk Students and Violence (L. Giusti); (3) Conflict Management (D. R.…

Allen, Jackie M., Ed.

418

Hide / Show Animal Ethics  

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the Ethics Secretariat for information on Animal Ethics Courses available at UNSW. All new added personnelHide / Show Animal Ethics Modification for Approved Application New personnel or updated role since last approval New person nominated since last approval You are here: Animal Ethics Application

New South Wales, University of

419

Ethics in Practice  

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Ethics is defined as a set of guidelines and/or rules for the conduct of individual behavior in an organization or civil society. This ethical code of conduct is intended to guide policies, practices, and decision-making for employees on behalf of the organization. This article explores the importance of ethics, the basis for making ethical

Medlin, E. Lander

2010-01-01

420

An Ethics Primer  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This resource is a PDF that provides engaging, interactive, and classroom-friendly lesson ideas for integrating ethical issues into a science classroom. It also provides a basic background on ethics as a discipline, with straightforward descriptions of major ethical theories. Several decision-making frameworks are included to help students apply reasoned analysis to ethical issues.

2008-01-01

421

Ethics Primer: Ethics and Bioethics Lessons  

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The Ethics Primer provides engaging, interactive, and classroom-friendly lesson ideas for integrating ethical issues into a science classroom. It also provides basic background on ethics as a discipline, with straightforward descriptions of major ethical theories. Several decision-making frameworks are included to help students apply reasoned analysis to ethical issues. Although the Primer is designed for secondary school science classrooms, it has been used by teachers in a variety of classes and grade levels. The Primer is free for download but the author requests information before accessing the file.

2007-01-01

422

Counselling and Pentecostal modalities of social engineering of relationships in Botswana.  

PubMed

In African societies where HIV and AIDS are widespread, counselling is being used in an attempt to control people's sexual relationships and has become an important industry. Counselling is centrally placed in many AIDS-related policies in Botswana and is sponsored by both the government and religious organisations. Within the broad spectrum of Christianity, Pentecostal churches are very active. They emphasise the refashioning of relationships by mediating moral imperatives and by engaging with psychological knowledge on personal behaviour and on techniques of counselling in a changing context of sexuality. This paper explores the significance of religious counselling in terms of the disciplining effects concerning personal behaviour and the ways in which this form of communication is generating a wider interest in this society. This is particularly attractive to members of the educated classes who are engaging with Pentecostal counselling as a way of refashioning their domain of intimate relations. Yet, it does not only provide informed ideas on intimate relations--being often one of the proclaimed objectives of counselling - it also produces a communication about intimate matters that is intended to inform a critique of socio-cultural conventions. This is a counter-cultural dynamic of counselling, which has been little noticed in the academic study of counselling practices in Africa. PMID:24070165

van Dijk, Rijk

2013-01-01

423

Achievements of counseled and non-counseled students twenty-five years after counseling  

Microsoft Academic Search

In a study conducted during the 1930's, Williamson and Bordin reported that a group of counseled students had made a better adjustment to college and better grades than a control group of noncounseled students, matched on ability and background variables but not on motivation to seek out counseling. In 1962-63, these 768 people were followed up to determine if there

David P. Campbell

1965-01-01

424

Mothers' experiences of genetic counselling in Johannesburg, South Africa.  

PubMed

Genetic counselling is offered in diverse settings, and patient reactions vary due to differences in personal, family and community beliefs, local healthcare settings, as well as cultural background. Together, these factors influence how individuals experience genetic counselling. This study aimed to describe and document the experiences of thirteen mothers, with children with Down syndrome, oculocutaneous albinism or haemophilia B, who had received genetic counselling at state hospitals in Johannesburg, South Africa. A qualitative research design drawing on principles of Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis was used. Four voice-recorded focus groups were conducted and the resulting data were analysed using thematic content analysis. Five themes were identified in the data: thrown into the unknown; a worthwhile experience; a break in communication; telling the family and the community; and spreading the word. It was seen that genetic counselling cannot be viewed as a singular experience, but rather as one which is influenced by mothers' lived experiences and their interactions with other healthcare services, family and community members. The results from this study showed that genetic services and conditions were poorly understood, that the experience of genetic counselling varied amongst mothers, and on-going patient support is needed particularly when addressing family and community members. Further research is needed to assess what information is valuable to individuals during genetic counselling and how to deliver this information in a contextually appropriate manner. Greater awareness of genetic conditions is also required amongst communities and healthcare professionals. Valuable insight was gained from this study which can be used to improve local training programmes and genetic counselling services in Johannesburg, and in South Africa. PMID:25120036

Morris, Megan; Glass, Merlyn; Wessels, Tina-Marié; Kromberg, Jennifer G R

2015-02-01

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Genetic Counseling as an Educational Process.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Historically genetic counseling programs have not included strong educational components or sound educational foundations. This paper deals with some of the drawbacks of current genetic counseling programs and the implications for education in the genetic counseling process. The author adopts a broad definition of genetic counseling which…

Eddy, James M.; St. Pierre, Richard

426

Courtland Lee: A Global Advocate for Counseling  

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Courtland Lee is exemplary in his accomplishments nationally and internationally. His academic achievements are notable in multicultural counseling and social justice. His leadership in counseling has been outstanding with his having served as president of the American Counseling Association, the Association for Multicultural Counseling and…

Gladding, Samuel T.

2011-01-01

427

Handbook on Group Counseling and Group Guidance.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This handbook was developed to provide useful information to help the school counselor identify and apply appropriate methods to "reach" every student. The first section presents an overview of group counseling. It focuses on group counseling, group dynamics, benefits of group counseling, group development, issues in group counseling, group…

Houston Independent School District, TX.

428

The Individual Differences Tradition in Counseling Psychology  

Microsoft Academic Search

Counseling psychology developed in the 1950s out of applied psychology, which at that time was the application of the psychology of individual differences. The present article traces this historical development, from individual differences psychology through psychological testing, vocational counseling, and student personnel work, to counseling psychology. The individual differences tradition in counseling psychology research and practice is described, and the

René V. Dawis

1992-01-01

429

Review of School Counseling Outcome Research  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This article is somewhat unique in this special issue as it focuses on the effectiveness of an array of school counseling interventions and not solely on individual and group counseling. In summarizing the school counseling outcome literature, the authors found that students who participated in school counseling interventions tended to score on…

Whiston, Susan C.; Quinby, Robert F.

2009-01-01

430

Programmed versus Face-to-Face Counseling  

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A comparison was made of the effectiveness of a programmed Self-Counseling Manual and a normal precollege counseling interview by experienced counselors. Findings supported the use of programmed counseling as an adjunct to or substitute for face-to-face counseling. (Author)

Gilbert, William M.; Ewing, Thomas N.

1971-01-01

431

Rehabilitation Counseling Masters of Arts (MA)  

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Rehabilitation Counseling Masters of Arts (MA) STUDENT HANDBOOK Policies and Procedures of the Master of Arts (MA) Rehabilitation Counseling Program Michigan State University Department of Counseling;_____________________________________________ Student Handbook - MA Rehabilitation Counseling Program Page 2 of 32 Table of Contents Content Page

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Counselling and Psychotherapy Continuing Professional Development  

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Counselling and Psychotherapy Continuing Professional Development University of Warwick warwick.ac.uk/cll/counselling Counselling and Psychotherapy with clients who have psychological disorders and mental health issues 18 - 20 October 2013 Creative Approaches to working with clients in Person-centred Counselling and Psychotherapy

Davies, Christopher

433

Psychology 452 Introduction to Counseling and Psychotherapy  

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SYLLABUS Psychology 452 Introduction to Counseling and Psychotherapy Fall 2008 EBA 343 Th 3 is to acquaint you with the major theories of counseling and psychotherapy, including some modern approaches. I in the practice of counseling and psychotherapy. I will also show several videotapes of counseling sessions (part

Gallo, Linda C.

434

Psychology 452 Introduction to Counseling and Psychotherapy  

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SYLLABUS Psychology 452 Introduction to Counseling and Psychotherapy Fall 2008 AL 105 M 4 is to acquaint you with the major theories of counseling and psychotherapy, including some modern approaches. I in the practice of counseling and psychotherapy. I will also show several videotapes of counseling sessions (part

Gallo, Linda C.

435

Psychology 452 Introduction to Counseling and Psychotherapy  

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SYLLABUS Psychology 452 Introduction to Counseling and Psychotherapy Fall 2009 PS 130 MWF 9 is to acquaint you with the major theories of counseling and psychotherapy, including some modern approaches. I in the practice of counseling and psychotherapy. I will also show several videotapes of counseling sessions (part

Gallo, Linda C.

436

Psychology 452 Introduction to Counseling and Psychotherapy  

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SYLLABUS Psychology 452 Introduction to Counseling and Psychotherapy Spring 2008 LS 244 T 3 is to acquaint you with the major theories of counseling and psychotherapy, including some modern approaches. I in the practice of counseling and psychotherapy. I will also show several videotapes of counseling sessions (part

Gallo, Linda C.

437

Cross-Cultural Understanding Interviewing  

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Civil Rights Agencies Museums POSSIBLE EMPLOYERS Child Welfare Counseling Human Resources Manager in organizations such as a senior citizen centers, youth homes, hospitals or local corporations. Human Relations Planning Cross-Cultural Understanding Interviewing Assessment Group Dynamics Sampling

Jiang, Huiqiang

438

Variable approaches to genetic counseling for microarray regions of homozygosity associated with parental relatedness.  

PubMed

SNP microarrays are capable of detecting regions of homozygosity (ROH) which can suggest parental relatedness. This study was designed to describe pre- and post-test counseling practices of genetics professionals regarding ROH, explore perceived comfort and ethical concerns in the follow-up of such results, demonstrate awareness of laws surrounding duty to report consanguinity and incest, and allow respondents to share their personal experiences with results suggesting a parental relationship. A 35 question survey was administered to 240 genetic counselors and geneticists who had ordered or counseled for SNP microarray. The results are presented using descriptive statistics. There was variation in both pre- and post-test counseling practices of genetics professionals. Twenty-five percent of respondents reported pre-test counseling that ROH can indicate parental relatedness. The most commonly reported ethical concern was disclosure of findings suggesting parental relatedness to parents of the patient; only 48.4% reported disclosing parental relatedness when indicated. Fifty-seven percent felt comfortable receiving results suggesting parental consanguinity while 17% felt comfortable receiving results suggesting parental incest. Twenty percent of respondents were extremely/moderately familiar with the laws about duty to report incest. Personal experiences in post-test counseling included both parental acknowledgement and denial of relatedness. This study highlights the differences in genetics professionals' pre- and post-test counseling practices, comfort, and experiences surrounding parental relatedness suggested by SNP microarray results. It identifies a need for professional organizations to offer guidance to genetics professionals about how to respond to and counsel for molecular results suggesting parental consanguinity or incest. PMID:24243712

Grote, Lauren; Myers, Melanie; Lovell, Anne; Saal, Howard; Sund, Kristen Lipscomb

2014-01-01

439

Nondirective counseling interventions with schizophrenics.  

PubMed

Counseling interventions with paranoid schizophrenics can be daunting. While chemical, directive, and behavioral controls often are considered important, nondirective counseling techniques used by the therapeutic staff may help schizophrenic patients explore their thoughts and feelings. Several nondirective concepts pioneered by Carl Rogers are examined. These methods, which represent basic concepts of the person-centered approach, are empathy, unconditional positive regard, and congruence. A brief illustration of an interaction with a patient diagnosed as paranoid schizophrenic is presented to suggest the effectiveness of Rogerian counseling. PMID:8115566

Gerwood, J B

1993-12-01

440

Practicum in Counseling, COUN 669 MSEd Counseling, Old  

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2014 #12;References to Sections I, II, III, Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CMHC), and School national evidence-based emergency cardiovascular care guidelines for cardiopulmonary resuscitation's name through the Virginia State Police: Sex Offender Registry. Individuals will receive a placement

441

A Review of "Translation and the Poet’s Life. The Ethics of Translating in English Culture, 1645-1726" by Paul Davis  

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. Larsen, eds. Early Modern Women and Transnational Communities of Letters. Surrey, England: Ashgate, 2009. xxii + 330 +18 illus. $124.95. Review by colleen e. kennedy, the ohio state university. Kate Chedgzoy, in her article ?The Cultural Geographies...

Rudrum, Alan

2011-01-01

442

Ethical and legal aspects of noninvasive prenatal genetic diagnosis.  

PubMed

The new technology that will allow genetic testing of a fetus within the first trimester of pregnancy by isolating cell-free fetal DNA (cffDNA) in the mother's blood raises a range of ethical and legal issues. Considered noninvasive, this test is safe and reliable, and may avoid alternative genetic testing by amniocentesis or chorionic villus sampling, which risks causing spontaneous abortion. Ethical and legal issues of cffDNA testing will become more acute if testing expands to fetal whole-genome sequencing. Critical issues include the state of the science or diagnostic art; the appropriateness of offering the test; the implications of denying the test when it is available and appropriate; disclosure and counseling following test results; and management of patients' choices on acquiring test results. A challenge will be providing patients with appropriate counseling based on up-to-date genetic knowledge, and accommodating informed patients' legal choices. PMID:24299974

Dickens, Bernard M

2014-02-01

443

Genetic Counseling for Lysosomal Storage Diseases  

Microsoft Academic Search

In many ways, the role of the genetic counselor working with patients and families with a lysosomal storage disease is similar\\u000a to a counselor in other pediatric and adult counseling situations. The goals of counseling; education, access to health care,\\u000a and supportive counseling are the same. Although the goals of counseling are simply stated, an effective counseling session\\u000a is always

Erin O'Rourke; Dawn Laney; Cindy Morgan; Kim Mooney; Jennifer Sullivan

444

Global ICT-ethics: the case of privacy  

Microsoft Academic Search

Purpose – The world wide use of information and communication technology (ICT) is one aspect of globalisation. In the ethical discussion of the implications of ICT the right to privacy is in focus. However, ICT-ethics has been developed in a Western context and hence, privacy might be a Western value without relevance in other cultures. Therefore, the purpose of this

Göran Collste

2008-01-01

445

Themes in Latin American Environmental Ethics: Community, Resistance and Autonomy  

Microsoft Academic Search

This paper seeks to answer the question how environmental ethics is approached in Latin America. I begin by discussing a suitable method for interpreting the question of whether there is a culturally based ethics, given that one may focus either on theory or on actually existing moral practices. Next, I consider some of the possible sources of Latin America's distinctiveness,

Thomas Heyd

2004-01-01

446

Islamic medical ethics in the 20th century  

Microsoft Academic Search

While the practice of Western medicine is known today to doctors of all ethnic and religious groups, its standards are subject to the availability of resources. The medical ethics guiding each doctor is influenced by his\\/her religious or cultural background or affiliation, and that is where diversity exists. Much has been written about Jewish and Christian medical ethics. Islamic medical

V Rispler-Chaim

1989-01-01

447

Crossroads: Integrated Models for Teaching Ethics and Spirituality.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This anthology presents seven articles that focus on the integration of ethical and spiritual concerns into the academic curriculum. The argument is made for the inclusion of ethical and religious concerns in the study of subjects such as literature, history, foreign languages and cultures, and science. The articles include: "The Voice of the…

Gorman, Michael J., Ed.

448

UAMN Institutional Code of Ethics UNIVERSITY OF ALASKA  

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UAMN Institutional Code of Ethics 2007 UNIVERSITY OF ALASKA MUSEUM OF THE NORTH INSTITUTIONAL CODE Code of Ethics 2007 Page 4 of 28 INTRODUCTION The University of Alaska Museum of the North (UAMN natural and cultural history objects of Alaska. As such, the Museum complies with applicable local, state

Ickert-Bond, Steffi

449

Examining the Crossroads of Law, Ethics, and Education Leadership  

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Educational leaders are bound by legal and ethical imperatives to make certain that all children have access to an education and the opportunity to learn. To better understand how law and ethics intersect, this article adopted the cultural study perspective to analyze U.S. Supreme Court opinions for language revealing the intersection of law and…

Bon, Susan C.

2012-01-01

450

The hyperreality of clinical ethics: A unitary theory and hermeneutics  

Microsoft Academic Search

Medical ethics nowadays is dominated by a conception of ethics as the application of moral theories and principles. This conception is criticized for its depreciation of the internal morality of medical practice and its narrow view of external morality. This view reflects both a lack of interest in the empirical realities of medicine and a neglect of the socio-cultural value-contexts

1994-01-01

451

Confidentiality in Nondyadic Counseling Situations.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Explores the dimensions of confidentiality in nondyadic situations. Offers guidelines for practicing counselors regarding counseling as part of multidisciplinary team; coordination of services, referral, and placement; mandated services; supervision; and client advocacy. (Author/ABL)

Strein, William; Hershenson, David B.

1991-01-01

452

Special Topic: Counselling and Spirituality  

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with Irvin D. Yalom's seminal book, Existential Psychotherapy (1980), focusing on ways that people live out in spirituality and counselling/ psychotherapy/ or pastoral theology that originates in Aotearoa New Zealand

Goodman, James R.

453

Business Ethics Resources on WWW  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

From the University of British Columbia's Centre for Applied Ethics, this extensive catalog of business ethics resources is divided into eight sections including Public Sector Ethics, Publications, Codes of Ethics, and Ethics Institutions and Organizations. Each section consists of briefly indexed links, organized in alphabetical order. Business Ethics Resources on the WWW also links to a page of applied ethics resources and the Centre for Applied Ethics.

454

A Pragmatic Approach to Applied Ethics in Sport and Related Physical Activity.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Arguing that there is still no single, noncontroversial foundation on which the world's present multi-structure of ethics can be built, this paper examines a scientific ethics approach. It is postulated that in North American culture, the approach to instruction in ethics for youth is haphazard at best. Society does not provide an adequate means…

Zeigler, Earle F.

455

On the Ethical Quandaries of a Practicing Roboticist: A first-hand look  

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they be utilitarian, cultural relativism, social contract theory, Kantian, etc. Independent of the specific personal and the social implications associated with its conduct. Keywords: robot ethics, military robotics, entertainment enough, in a true ethical context, where different theories of ethical reasoning are applied, whether

456

Teaching and Assessing Ethics as a Learning Objective: One School's Journey  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This paper reports the results of a ten-year effort to establish ethics as a learning objective for all business students, to assess the effectiveness in achieving that learning objective and to incorporate ethical conduct as a part of the school's organizational culture. First, it addresses the importance of ethics instruction for all…

Templin, Carl R.; Christensen, David

2009-01-01

457

On judgment and judgmentalism: how counselling can make people better  

PubMed Central

Counsellors, like other members of the caring professions, are required to practise within an ethical framework, at least in so far as they seek professional accreditation. As such, the counsellor is called upon to exercise her moral agency. In most professional contexts this requirement is, in itself, unproblematic. It has been suggested, however, that counselling practice does present a problem in this respect, in so far as the counsellor is expected to take a non-judgemental stance and an attitude of "unconditional positive regard" toward the client. If, as might appear to be the case, this stance and attitude are at odds with the making of moral judgments, the possibility of an adequate ethics of counselling is called into question. This paper explores the nature and extent of the problem suggesting that, understood in a Kantian context, non-judgmentalism can be seen to be at odds with neither the moral agency of the counsellor nor that of the client. Instead, it is argued, the relationship between the non-judgmental counsellor and her client is a fundamentally moral relationship, based on respect for the client's unconditional worth as a moral agent. PMID:16199597

Gibson, S

2005-01-01

458

Ethics in 15-minutes per Week  

PubMed Central

The demand for science trainees to have appropriate responsible conduct of research instruction continues to increase the attention shown by federal agencies and graduate school programs to the development of effective ethics curriculums. However, it is important to consider that the main learning environment for science graduate students and post-doctoral research fellows is within a laboratory setting. Here we discuss an internal laboratory program of weekly 15-minute ethics discussions implemented and used over the last three years in addition to the graduate school's program of scientific integrity training. During this time, the environment and culture within our laboratory has changed to place greater emphasis on the ethical implications of our own research and the research we evaluate. We still struggle with how to accurately assess this behavioral change; although, we present preliminary survey results on the evaluation and impact of this style of curriculum for ethics instruction in our laboratory. PMID:20213534

Peiffer, Ann M.; Hugenschmidt, Christina E.; Laurienti, Paul J.

2013-01-01

459

Ancient Chinese medical ethics and the four principles of biomedical ethics  

Microsoft Academic Search

The four principles approach to biomedical ethics (4PBE) has, since the 1970s, been increasingly developed as a universal bioethics method. Despite its wide acceptance and popularity, the 4PBE has received many challenges to its cross-cultural plausibility. This paper first specifies the principles and characteristics of ancient Chinese medical ethics (ACME), then makes a comparison between ACME and the 4PBE with

D F Tsai

1999-01-01

460

Counseling Hawaiian Children.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Discusses the needs, problems, and issues of the Hawaiians, focusing on cultural differences in values in group orientation, concept of time, communication and learning, and appropriate behavior. Provides recommendations and implications for counselors of Hawaiian children. (ABL)

Omizo, Michael M.; Omizo, Sharon A.

1989-01-01

461

Therapist Ethnicity and Treatment Orientation Differences in Multicultural Counseling Competencies  

PubMed Central

This study examined the relationship between therapist characteristics, therapeutic orientations, person-level and agency-level practices with cultural competency among 221 Los Angeles County community mental health clinicians. Results from an online survey indicated that compared to White therapists, ethnic minority therapists were more personally involved in communities of color, more likely to use a cultural framework in clinical practice, and perceived their agencies to be more culturally sensitive. Ethnic minority therapists also reported greater multicultural (MC) awareness and better MC counseling relationships with their clients than White therapists. Personal involvement in communities of color accounted for ethnic differences in MC awareness and MC counseling relationships. Compared to therapists with a strictly non-behavioral (psychodynamic or humanistic) orientation, therapists with an eclectic (or integrative) therapy orientation reported having a higher level of community knowledge. Therapists with an eclectic orientation reported greater MC awareness than therapists with a non-behavioral orientation, while both eclectic and behavioral (cognitive behavioral or behavior modification) therapists recounted better MC counseling relationships with their clients than therapists with a non-behavioral orientation. Community knowledge mediated eclectic vs. non-behavioral therapeutic orientation differences in MC awareness. Agency resources/linkages and outreach both moderated the relationship between therapeutic orientation and MC skills. Results suggest that if therapists become more personally involved with diverse populations, they will feel more culturally aware and feel like they have a better relationship with ethnic minority clients. PMID:25580187

Berger, Lauren K.; Zane, Nolan; Hwang, Wei-Chin

2014-01-01

462

Ethics and Nanotechnology  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

This page from the Understanding Nano website introduces concepts of nanotechnology-related ethics. In addition to the reading materials, the page provides a list of websites and organizations that focus on ethics and nanotechnology.

463

Ethics for Management.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Notes that it is essential that business organizations establish organizational systems that require satisfactory ethical business behaviors from everyone concerned, regardless of differences in personal outlooks. Outlines what needs to be done in order to effectively teach business ethics. (SG)

Jaques, Elliott

2003-01-01

464

BRCA genetic counseling among at-risk Latinas in New York City: new beliefs shape new generation.  

PubMed

Despite the life-saving information that genetic counseling can provide for women at hereditary breast and/or ovarian cancer (HBOC) risk, Latinas disproportionately underuse such services. Understanding Latinas' beliefs and attitudes about BRCA genetic counseling may be the key to better health promotion within this underserved, at-risk group. We conducted 12 focus groups (N?=?54) with at-risk Latina women in New York City, followed by 30 in-depth interviews among a subset of the focus group women. Both were professionally transcribed, translated where applicable and data analysis was completed by two coders trained in qualitative methods. Results revealed personal and community knowledge about BRCA genetic counseling was relatively low, although women felt largely positive about counseling. The main motivator to undergo genetic counseling was concerns about learning family members' cancer status, while the main barrier was competing demands. Generational differences were apparent, with younger women (approximately <55 years) reporting that they were more interested in educating themselves about counseling and other ways to prevent cancer. Younger women were also less likely to ascribe to traditionally Latino-centered cultural beliefs which could serve as barriers (e.g. machismo, fatalismo, destino) to undergoing genetic counseling. Participants were largely enthusiastic about educational efforts to increase awareness of genetic counseling among Latinos. Revealing the beliefs and attitudes of underserved Latinas may help shape culturally appropriate educational materials and promotion programs to increase BRCA genetic counseling uptake within this underrepresented community. PMID:25120034

Sussner, Katarina M; Edwards, Tiffany; Villagra, Cristina; Rodriguez, M Carina; Thompson, Hayley S; Jandorf, Lina; Valdimarsdottir, Heiddis B

2015-02-01

465

Giftedness and Ethics  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

What is, or should be, the role of ethics in giftedness? In this article, I consider why ethical behavior is much harder to come by than one would expect. Ethical behavior requires completion of a series of eight steps to action, the failure of any one of which may result in a person, even one who is ethically well trained, to act in a manner that…

Sternberg, Robert J.

2012-01-01

466

Ethical Issues in Teaching about Research Ethics.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Describes experiences teaching ethical issues in the conduct of research over several semesters using a simulation of research into obedience by S. Milgram in the early 1960s. Describes students' reactions to the simulation at emotional and intellectual levels and discusses the ethical dilemma these reactions have created for teachers…

Lucas, Keith B.; Lidstone, John G.

2000-01-01

467

Public counselling: Brazilian Pentecostal intimate performances among urban women in Mozambique.  

PubMed

Analysing the public character of Brazilian Pentecostal counselling sessions in urban Mozambique, this paper aims to examine the configurations of exposure through which counselling acquires and produces sociocultural forms of intimacy. During 'therapy of love' sessions held by the Brazilian Universal Church of the Kingdom of God, strict bodily acts need to be performed publicly to authorise love. Drawing on the notion of religious habitus, the paper focuses on how the performativity of Brazilian Pentecostal counselling practices responds to and shapes a public culture of love and intimacy among upwardly mobile women in urban Mozambique, and how the performative scripts converts carry out during therapy result in ambiguous relationships. PMID:23484450

van de Kamp, Linda

2013-01-01

468

"Not" Teaching Ethics  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

If the goal of teaching ethics is to affect behavior and ultimately produce thoughtful, ethical people, then the best process to do this is by embedding ethical practices in student discussions. One teacher demonstrates how she has done this in her classrooms.

Wiggins, Alexis

2011-01-01

469

Designing an Ethics Class.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Describes a required ethics course designed for juniors and seniors at a small Connecticut boarding school. Students explore the ethics of care and justice, examine ethical assumptions behind the school's disciplinary system, consider a series of dilemmas, and discuss complex topics such as abortion, euthanasia, and racism. A sidebar outlines…

Prager, Richard

1993-01-01

470

Information Ethics: An Environmental  

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Information Ethics: An Environmental Approach to the Digital Divide LUCIANO FLORIDI Faculty equally enormous. They go hand in hand with ontic #12;2 Informational Ethics: An Environmental Approach fundamental ethical problems, whose complexity and global dimensions are rapidly evolving.1 What is the best

Floridi, Luciano

471

Environmental Ethics Professor Harrell  

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Environmental Ethics 80-244 Fall 2012 Professor Harrell Baker Hall 161G mharrell@cmu.edu Course Schedule Revised* Texts: Armstrong, Susan J. & Botzler, Richard G. 2004. Environmental Ethics: Divergence. Case Studies in Environmental Ethics. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield. (Denoted by CS below) Paul

Spirtes, Peter

472

The Ethics of Biowarfare  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

The issue-focused, reviewed, student article alarms that nations need to take preventative measures to curb the development and proliferation of biological and chemical weapons, such as: adopting a scientific code of ethics, incorporating ethics into graduate science courses, formulating accountability mechanisms for research, and raising academic, industry, and public awareness of ethical issues.

Daniel Reyes (Santa Clara University, California; )

2003-02-01

473

Making Ethics Come Alive  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Making ethics relevant to students in a business communications course continues to be a challenge. Classroom practitioners have long noted the difficulties in surmounting the contradictions students sense in business ethics instruction. Furthermore, students often perceive ethics to be largely irrelevant to the skills necessary for success in…

McQueeney, Edward

2006-01-01

474

Ethics for Fundraisers.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Intended for professionals and others in the field of philanthropy, this book applies ethics and ethical decision-making to fund raising. Its primary aim is to enhance the level of ethical fund raising throughout the nonprofit sector by equipping those involved with frameworks for understanding and taking principled actions and preventing…

Anderson, Albert

475

Ethics of preimplantation diagnosis: recordings from the Fourth International Symposium on Preimplantation Genetics.  

PubMed

New ethical issues emerge from the rapid expansion in knowledge of preimplantation genetics. These were summarized and debated recently during the final session at the Fourth International Symposium on Preimplantation Genetics, held in Cyprus, 10-13 April 2002. Divergent views were expressed on various topics including unique issues in preimplantation genetic diagnosis, the sexing of embryos, cloning and other matters. Differing ethical viewpoints emerged, and alternative ways of coping with certain issues were described. This complex area of ethical and social issues will demand detailed counselling of patients, ongoing debate among professionals, and perhaps legislation or central regulatory authorities to decide on the detailed application of its new technologies. PMID:12675996

Edwards, R G

2003-03-01

476

An Ethical Decision-Making Model to Determine Authorship Credit in Published Faculty-Student Collaborations  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Publishing research is imperative to both counselor educators and students in counseling programs. Furthermore, faculty-student publication collaborations can often be a mutually beneficial professional endeavor. However, determining order of authorship can be a complex ethical issue. The authors review prior research to illustrate the…

Foster, Ryan D.; Ray, Dee C.

2012-01-01

477

Reconciling Evidenced-Based Research Practice with Rehabilitation Philosophy, Ethics and Practice: From Dichotomy to Dialectic  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The recent shift in the helping professions to the implementation of evidenced-based practice (EBP) presents challenges to the field of rehabilitation counseling, most notably in the areas of integrating rehabilitation philosophy, ethics, and the relationship between research and practice. A dichotomy between the history and the future of the…

Tarvydas, Vilia; Addy, Amanda; Fleming, Allison

2010-01-01

478

Ethical and Professional Issues in Career Assessment With Diverse Racial and Ethnic Groups  

Microsoft Academic Search

This article examines the recent contributions in the vocational psychology and counseling psychology literature in the areas of multicultural and career assessment. The foundational skills that are essential for culturally competent assessment are presented, and a process model for culturally appropriate vocational assessment with ethnically diverse individuals is presented. The components in the model include culturally encompassing information gathering, culturally

Lisa Y. Flores; Lisa B. Spanierman; Ezemenari M. Obasi

2003-01-01

479

Common ground: An environmental ethic for Los Alamos National Laboratory  

SciTech Connect

Three predominant philosophies have characterized American business ethical thinking over the past several decades. The first phase is the ethics of self-interest'' which argues that maximizing self-interest coincidentally maximizes the common good. The second phase is legality ethics.'' Proponents argue that what is important is knowing the rules and following them scrupulously. The third phase might be called stake-holder ethics.'' A central tenant is that everyone affected by a decision has a moral hold on the decision maker. This paper will discuss one recent initiative of the Los Alamos National Laboratory to move beyond rules and regulations toward an environmental ethic that integrates the values of stakeholder ethics'' into the Laboratory's historical culture and value systems. These Common Ground Principles are described. 11 refs.

Menlove, F.L.

1991-01-01

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A Short-Term Study Abroad Program for School Counseling Students  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Well planned, short-term study abroad programs can benefit school counseling students through exposure to new and different cultural experiences. Students gain knowledge and skills that will help them serve the diverse cultural groups found in public school settings. The objective of the short-term study abroad program described in this article…

Cunningham, Teddi; Caldwell, Charmaine; Geltner, Jill

2011-01-01

481

The Counselling and Psychotherapy Profession in Canada: Regulatory Processes and Current Status  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Like the Canadian landscape and culture, the status of professional regulation for counselling and psychotherapy is a mosaic reflecting the unique cultural, linguistic and contextual realities of Canada. Statutory regulation in Canada is constitutionally a provincial/territorial matter. In the past five years, a major movement towards professional…

Martin, Lorna; Turcotte, Michel; Matte, Laurent; Shepard, Blythe

2013-01-01

482

Islamic ethical framework for research into and prevention of genetic diseases.  

PubMed

Medical genetics involves the application of genetic knowledge and technology to specific clinical and epidemiologic concerns. Using genetics to benefit society requires that empirically verified knowledge be used within an ethical framework that combines appeal to written precedent with sensitivity to the options of individuals and families dealing with choices and necessities within the laws, norms and traditions of their society. Islamic bioethics is derived from a combination of principles, duties and rights, and to a certain extent a call to virtue, ihsan. It emphasizes prevention, and it teaches that the patient must be treated with respect and compassion and that the physical, mental and spiritual dimensions of the illness experience must be taken into account. Strategic planning for the prevention and care of genetic disorders, and for genomic research, within the context of Islamic religion and culture is promising and may provide lessons to the developed world. Islamic bioethics provides fundamental principles for genetic counseling, particularly in regard to consanguinity, which was part of the Arabian culture long before Islam but which was discouraged by the second Islamic khalifa. These fundamental principles are important for implementing many preventive and genomic research programs and for maintaining flexibility to respond to new biomedical technologies. PMID:17952074

Al Aqeel, Aida I

2007-11-01

483

17 CFR 200.21 - The General Counsel.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

...General Counsel and every Assistant General Counsel, such attorneys as the General Counsel may designate (in such order of succession as the General Counsel directs) shall exercise the responsibilities imposed by § 200.406. [43 FR 13376, Mar....

2010-04-01

484

Ethical Challenges Regarding Globalization of Higher Education  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This paper places the question of ethical challenges in relation to the process of globalization concerning international education and the mobility of international students worldwide. It focuses on five areas of justice, namely, social and political justice, administrative justice, distributive justice, cultural justice and ecological justice.…

Olivier, Bert

2011-01-01

485

Globalization, Ethics, and the ‘War on Terror’  

Microsoft Academic Search

This article serves as a lead-in to the special issue and reflects on the relationship between globalization, ethics, and the ‘war on terror’. It argues that while globalization studies have focused substantially on the marketization of life, including the realms of politics and culture, the current ‘war on terror’ phase has directed focus in theory and practice back to traditional

Gillian Youngs; Heather Widdows

2009-01-01

486

Ethical Applications of Technology in HRD  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Human resource development (HRD) professionals are increasingly incorporating technology into their work activities. However, research that examines the ethics in the use of technology by HRD professionals is still underrepresented in the literature. This article first conducts a PEST (political, economic, social-cultural, and technological)…

Lin, Hong

2006-01-01

487

Environmental The Dislocation of the Ethical Self  

E-print Network

in a set of cultural relationships to now a self as an intricate part of a larger ecosystem. Each. In the process, we must rethink our relationships with our surroundings, cultivate new dispositions of the Ethical Self: The Challenge of a New Ecological Paradigm for Educators Lorraine Kasprisin, Western

Ellis, Randy

488

Ethics "in" and "for" Higher Education  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This paper analyses the apparent conspiracy of silence and/or culture of disinterest with regard to ethical issues in higher education. A first interpretation treats it as an almost entirely negative phenomenon--the subordination of university values to external political and market forces. The second interpretation, elaborated here, is more…

Scott, Peter

2004-01-01

489

Genetic counselling in ALS: facts, uncertainties and clinical suggestions.  

PubMed

The clinical approach to patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) has been largely modified by the identification of novel genes, the detection of gene mutations in apparently sporadic patients, and the discovery of the strict genetic and clinical relation between ALS and frontotemporal dementia (FTD). As a consequence, clinicians are increasingly facing the dilemma on how to handle genetic counselling and testing both for ALS patients and their relatives. On the basis of existing literature on genetics of ALS and of other late-onset life-threatening disorders, we propose clinical suggestions to enable neurologists to provide optimal clinical and genetic counselling to patients and families. Genetic testing should be offered to ALS patients who have a first-degree or second-degree relative with ALS, FTD or both, and should be discussed with, but not offered to, all other ALS patients, with special emphasis on its major uncertainties. Presently, genetic testing should not be proposed to asymptomatic at-risk subjects, unless they request it or are enrolled in research programmes. Genetic counselling in ALS should take into account the uncertainties about the pathogenicity and penetrance of some genetic mutations; the possible presence of mutations of different genes in the same individual; the poor genotypic/phenotypic correlation in most ALS genes; and the phenotypic pleiotropy of some genes. Though psychological, social and ethical implications of genetic testing are still relatively unexplored in ALS, we recommend multidisciplinary counselling that addresses all relevant issues, including disclosure of tests results to family members and the risk for genetic discrimination. PMID:23833266

Chiò, Adriano; Battistini, Stefania; Calvo, Andrea; Caponnetto, Claudia; Conforti, Francesca L; Corbo, Massimo; Giannini, Fabio; Mandrioli, Jessica; Mora, Gabriele; Sabatelli, Mario; Ajmone, Clara; Mastro, Enza; Pain, Debora; Mandich, Paola; Penco, Silvana; Restagno, Gabriella; Zollino, Marcella; Surbone, Antonella

2014-05-01

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Code of Ethics in a Multicultural Company and its Legal Context  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

The entry of foreign investors and simultaneous expansion of different national cultures, religions, rules, moral and ethical standards is bringing up problems of cooperation and coexistence of different nationalities, ethnicities and cultures. Working in an international environment therefore requires adaptation to a variety of economic, political, legal, technical, social, cultural and historical conditions. One possible solution is to define a code of ethics, guidelines which find enough common moral principles, which can become the basis for the adoption of general ethical standards, while respecting national, cultural differences and practices. In this article, the authors pay attention not only to the analysis of the common ethical rules in a multicultural company, but also to the legal aspects of codes of ethics. Each code of ethics is a set of standards, which, like the legal norms, regulate the behaviour of individuals. These standards, however, must simultaneously meet certain statutory criteria that define the boundaries of regulation of employee’s behaviour.

Odlerová, Eva; ?urišová, Jaroslava; Šramel, Bystrík

2012-12-01

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Medical ethics, bioethics and research ethics education perspectives in South East europe in graduate medical education.  

PubMed

Ethics has an established place within the medical curriculum. However notable differences exist in the programme characteristics of different schools of medicine. This paper addresses the main differences in the curricula of medical schools in South East Europe regarding education in medical ethics and bioethics, with a special emphasis on research ethics, and proposes a model curriculum which incorporates significant topics in all three fields. Teaching curricula of Medical Schools in Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, Macedonia and Montenegro were acquired and a total of 14 were analyzed. Teaching hours for medical ethics and/or bioethics and year of study in which the course is taught were also analyzed. The average number of teaching hours in medical ethics and bioethics is 27.1 h per year. The highest national average number of teaching hours was in Croatia (47.5 h per year), and the lowest was in Serbia (14.8). In the countries of the European Union the mean number of hours given to ethics teaching throughout the complete curriculum was 44. In South East Europe, the maximum number of teaching hours is 60, while the minimum number is 10 teaching hours. Research ethics topics also show a considerable variance within the regional medical schools. Approaches to teaching research ethics vary, even within the same country. The proposed model for education in this area is based on the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization Bioethics Core Curriculum. The model curriculum consists of topics in medical ethics, bioethics and research ethics, as a single course, over 30 teaching hours. PMID:23436144

Mijaljica, Goran

2014-03-01

492

Life Science EthicsLife Science Ethics Dr. Kristen Hessler  

E-print Network

· plus · Ethical claims · equals · Ethical conclusion #12;Ethical Argument ­ Example · Human cloning of adults. · Therefore, human cloning is morally wrong. Conclusion Premises #12;Evaluating Ethical Arguments · Human cloning produces exact physical replicas of adults. · It is ethically wrong to produce exact

Song, Joe

493

Ethical issues and ethics reviews in social science research  

Microsoft Academic Search

Although the ethics of social science research has not enjoyed as much scholarly attention as the ethics of biomedical research, social scientists continue to debate the relevance of research ethics and ethics review to social science research. Like social scien- tists, biomedical scientists have also objected to ethical review of biomedical research, and much has been gained from the ensuing

Douglas R Wassenaar; Nicole Mamotte

2008-01-01

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Memorial University Counselling Centre Professional Psychology  

E-print Network

1 Memorial University Counselling Centre Doctoral Professional Psychology Residency Programme 2013-2014 Accredited by the Canadian Psychological Association www of Counseling Services (IACS) www.iacsinc.org Participating Member: Canadian Council of Professional Psychology

deYoung, Brad

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38 CFR 21.8100 - Counseling.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2012 CFR

...and Rehabilitation for Certain Children of Vietnam Veterans and Veterans with Covered Service in Korea-Spina Bifida and Covered Birth Defects Counseling § 21.8100 Counseling. An eligible child requesting or receiving services and assistance...

2012-07-01

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38 CFR 21.8100 - Counseling.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

...REHABILITATION AND EDUCATION Vocational Training and Rehabilitation for Certain Children of Vietnam Veterans-Spina Bifida and Covered Birth Defects Counseling § 21.8100 Counseling. An eligible child requesting or receiving services and assistance...

2010-07-01

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38 CFR 21.8100 - Counseling.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2014 CFR

...and Rehabilitation for Certain Children of Vietnam Veterans and Veterans with Covered Service in Korea-Spina Bifida and Covered Birth Defects Counseling § 21.8100 Counseling. An eligible child requesting or receiving services and assistance...

2014-07-01

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38 CFR 21.8100 - Counseling.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2011 CFR

...and Rehabilitation for Certain Children of Vietnam Veterans and Veterans with Covered Service in Korea-Spina Bifida and Covered Birth Defects Counseling § 21.8100 Counseling. An eligible child requesting or receiving services and assistance...

2011-07-01

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38 CFR 21.8100 - Counseling.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2013 CFR

...and Rehabilitation for Certain Children of Vietnam Veterans and Veterans with Covered Service in Korea-Spina Bifida and Covered Birth Defects Counseling § 21.8100 Counseling. An eligible child requesting or receiving services and assistance...

2013-07-01

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38 CFR 21.5100 - Counseling.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2012 CFR

...Bonuses, and Veterans' Relief DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS (CONTINUED) VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION AND EDUCATION Post-Vietnam Era Veterans' Educational Assistance Under 38 U.S.C. Chapter 32 Counseling § 21.5100 Counseling. (a)...

2012-07-01