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culturally advantaged

euphemism Wealthy; elite. This event is only for the culturally advantaged members of society, so you common folk are not welcome here.

culturally deprived

euphemism Impoverished; lower class. Culturally deprived people like us are shunned from a lot of places on this side of town.
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culturally advantaged

Euph. rich; upper-class. I can't deny I had a culturally advantaged upbringing. The charity appealed to culturally advantaged people to donate time and money to those less fortunate.

culturally deprived

 and culturally disadvantaged
Euph. poor; lower-class. Joe is working at a summer camp for culturally deprived children. Jane grew up in a culturally disadvantaged neighborhood.
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The primary research question addressed in our study was this: What are the training needs of educators in the field of visual impairment who work with students from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds?
Lack of cultural awareness and inability to provide culturally competent care can lead to conflict, increased levels of anxiety, and stress among nurses, patients and patients' relatives.
These grants are part of the government s strategy to create pathways to employment and business ownership for people from culturally diverse backgrounds.
For some Maori nurses, their empathy went further, as they, too, had experienced culturally unsafe care at the hands of non-Maori colleagues.
Wilson, McKinney, and Rapata-Hanning (2011) found that student outcomes improved when students had faculty support and encouragement, groups for learning and support, and a culturally safe learning environment.
A year ago, I decided to investigate why teachers are not teaching in a culturally responsive way in their subject areas and what it would mean to teach content areas in culturally responsive ways.
Cultural specifics might need to be supplemented to make the intervention culturally specific so the universal principles of health behavior change are fully embraced.
Cultural competence has become increasingly important in the nursing profession to address the needs of the increasing number of people from diverse cultures, as well as to reduce health disparities among culturally diverse people.
To enhance the student learning experience, Adayana and Vcom3D will use its authoring software to create culturally diverse avatars - interactive computer representations of people from different cultures - that respond to student input and knowledge of non-verbal cues in culturally sensitive settings.
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In addition, VA is also challenged to deliver health care services in ways that are culturally appropriate--that is, respectful of and responsive to the cultural values of a diverse veteran population.
It follows that the necessity for culturally competent systems of care in the addiction field is no less than imminent.
In "The Culturally Savvy Christian: A Manifesto For Deepening Faith And Enriching Popular Culture In An Age of Christianity-Lie", noted radio broadcaster, writer, speaker, interpreter of faith and culture Dick Staub calls upon American Christians of all denominational affiliations and backgrounds to become 'ambassadors' of a counterculture to the broader community influences of money, marketing and technology which are so empty of ideas or aesthetics with respect to the national culture of commerce and secular value systems.
I would agree with Terrie Lloyd--that a year or three in a Japanese company is OK, in terms of career; and if you have a high tolerance level, it is culturally interesting to stay on, if often frustrating at the same time.
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