From paternalistic to patronizing: how cultural competence can be ethically problematic

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Title

From paternalistic to patronizing: how cultural competence can be ethically problematic

Author

Muaygil, Ruaim A.

Language

English

Publication Date

20180300

Primary Classification

21.7

Secondary Classification

21.7; 1.2; 1.1; 10

Primary keywords

autonomy [pri]; cultural competency [pri]; feminist ethics [pri]; paternalism [pri]; women [pri]

Secondary keywords

culture; decision making; health personnel; informed consent; philosophy; physician's role; truth disclosure; values

Subject

Saudi Arabia; United States

Journal Article

HEC Forum 2018 March; 30(1); 13–29

Note

Copyright © 2017, Springer Nature. RightsLink

Primary Document Type

j

Bibliography

30 refs.

ISSN

09562737 (print); 15728498 (online)

Collection

Citation

“From paternalistic to patronizing: how cultural competence can be ethically problematic,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed July 12, 2020, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/38257.