•Choose a person to interview with a different cultural background from your own.
•Use the questionnaire in the Resources to interview your chosen person and yourself.
•Write up the responses from both interviews.
•Analyze the responses.
?What kind of similarities and differences did you find between your definition of “being healthy” and your partner’s definition?
?What kind of similarities and differences did you find between your responses and your partner’s responses in the attitudes and behaviors concerning keeping good health?
?Did you find any cultural values reflected in your responses and your partner’s responses?
?How can the knowledge of cultural differences inform social policy related to health care?
Your paper should be between 3–4 pages in length and include a minimum of two scholarly sources within your paper to support the assertions that are made.
Huff, R. M. (1999). Cross-cultural concepts of health and disease. In R. M. Huff & M. V. Kline (Eds.), Promoting health in multicultural populations: A handbook for practitioners (pp. 23–39). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.