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Cultural Jeopardy

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  1. Cultural Jeopardy ELDER Project Fairfield University School of Nursing African American Culture Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  2. I don’t feel well.. What’s for dinner? Part of the family Holidays Potpourri 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  3. Viewed as a state of individual well being. Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  4. What is good health? Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  5. Illness can be viewed as an expression of this. Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  6. What is divine punishment? Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  7. Natural, occult and spiritual. Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  8. What are types of illnesses? Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  9. This can be the result of supernatural forces. Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  10. What are occult illnesses? Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  11. Treatment for spiritual illnesses. Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  12. What is the power of God through religious healers? Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  13. Popular term for African American cooking. Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  14. What is soul food? Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  15. Popular staple of the African American diet. Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  16. What is white rice? Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  17. Soul food typically includes these foods. Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  18. What are fried foods and fatty meats? Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  19. Efforts to change the African American diet are seen as efforts to do this. Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  20. What is eradicate Black culture? Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  21. These two heath problems have resulted from the African American dietary habits. Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  22. What are obesity and cardiovascular disease? Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  23. Family support is grounded in this. Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  24. What is respect? Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  25. Believe older adults are closest to these. Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  26. Who are ancestors? Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  27. Quality of life and life satisfaction are enriched by contact with family and this group of people. Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  28. Who are friends? Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  29. Caregiving for relatives is the traditional role of this member. Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  30. Who is the female? Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  31. The hallmark of healthcare in the African American community. Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  32. What is intergenerational family support? Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  33. Celebrated between December 26 and January 1st. Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  34. What is Kwanza? Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  35. Swahili phrase “matunda ya Kwanza”. Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  36. What are first fruits? Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  37. The number of principles celebrated throughout Kwanza. Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  38. What are seven? Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  39. The gifts described in the principle of Zawadi are symbols of labor, love of parents and this. Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  40. What is commitment? Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  41. This principle focuses on the rewards or fruits of productive labor. Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  42. What is Karamu or the Feast? Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  43. This is thought as more important than written communication. Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  44. What is oral communication? Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  45. These practitioners can put a hex on or ward off evil. Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  46. What are root and herb doctors? Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  47. Believe this is the only one who can determine time of death. Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  48. What is God? Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  49. Withholding life support and life sustaining therapies may be seen as this. Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858

  50. What is genocide? Supported by DHHS/HRSA/BHPR/Division of Nursing Grant #D62HP06858