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Map Of Bosnia Herzegovina for Interestingly, patients with pain express similar levels of satisfaction with their partners whether they are too supportive or encourage independence and more positive coping strategies Holtzman et al These data evoke a number of questions. The first question that has to be asked is why are we interested in this type of issue? Why should we expect such differences, and what if anything do they tell us? Are any differences biological or genetic? Are they the result of sociocultural factors? Are they cognitively mediated? Are they the results of biased reporting of results ? are there studies out there that have found no differences in pain experiences and responses between different social and ethnic groups that do not get reported? The data tell us very little about the origins of any between-group differences ? and lead to dangers of negative stereotyping. Ironically, these emerging stereotypes conflict with at least some health professionals’ beliefs about ethnic differences in pain thresholds. What evidence there is suggests that African Americans are likely to be offered less analgesic than their white counterparts, at least in some US hospitals see Chapter But stereotypes do seem to influence our expectations of different social groups and how they are treated. Morris , for example, noted that the least powerful groups within any culture are the most likely to experience disregard for their pain ? and the most powerful are likely to have access to good pain relief should it be required. He cited historical examples of the disregard of pain among insane people in the eighteenth century, and black American women in the nineteenth century. One interesting belief noted by Morris, was that in the eighteenth and nineteenth century labourers were thought to have coarse’ nerves that freed them from pain while undertaking hard manual work, while upperclass men and women were thought to have refined’ nervous systems that would not allow them to engage in such labour without harm. Map Of Bosnia Herzegovina 2016.

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