Ethical multiculturalism - An evolutionary concept analysis
Abbreviated Journal Title
Adv. Nurs. Sci.
ethical multiculturalism; ethics; evolutionary concept analysis; international; INTERNATIONAL NURSING-RESEARCH; DEVELOPING-COUNTRIES; INFORMED-CONSENT; HEALTH RESEARCH; PERSPECTIVE; EXPERIMENTATION; WORLD; CARE; Nursing
A concept analysis of ethical multiculturalism using Rogers' evolutionary approach is presented. It includes attributes, antecedents, and consequences of ethical multiculturalism. Attributes include moral reasoning, cultural competence, beneficence/nonmaleficence, and respect for persons and communities. Antecedents are culture knowledge; cultural awareness, sensitivity, encounters, and skill; and understanding of ethical principles. Consequences include protection of human subjects, preservation of cultural norms, dignity of participants and communities, and perceived value by individuals and communities. Ethical multiculturalism is defined as the use of moral reasoning to apply the ethical principles of beneficence and respect for persons and communities in a culturally competent manner to research in various societies or cultures.
Advances in Nursing Science
"Ethical multiculturalism - An evolutionary concept analysis" (2006). Faculty Bibliography 2000s. 6206.