I need a paper about cultural genogram, My paternal grandparents and maternal grandparents are dead, my parents are from India, punjab. All of our extended family is in India. I have one bother and sister. We were all born in india. My sister is married have son and daughter. both of her kids were born here in united states. My brother is unmarried. My husband is from united states and we have a son. he was born here too.
I want writer to answer these questions. Just make it up if details are not given.
a. Were any of the persons shown first generation Americans? That is, did they come here from another country? Put an “FG” in their circle or square. How many first generation persons are there in your genogram? How many countries did they come from? Do you know how old they were when they came and why they came?
b. Did the migrants come from rural or urban backgrounds? Put a small “r” or a “u” next to the “FG.”
c. How do the persons in your genogram self-identify, that is, do they see themselves as belonging to any specific ethnic, racial or national group?
d. Do race, skin color, and educational background have any significance in this extended family? Explain a bit about your answer.
e. Are there intercultural/ethnic marriages in this extended family? If so, how were these marriages accepted in the family?
f. What range of education is represented in this extended family group? From to ?
g. Who was/is the most influential person in this genogram? Why?
h. Have there been cultural conflicts among people in the genogram? If so, what kinds of things cause these conflicts? How are/were they resolved?
i. What important generational differences in terms of women’s and men’s roles exist among the relatives in your genogram? Do you see these as cultural differences?
j. What illnesses have caused difficulties in this extended family?
k. What do members of the family do when someone is ill? Are there caregiver persons in the family? What kinds of treatments are used, traditional and modern?
l. How are older members of this extended family treated differently from younger members, if at all?
m. What languages are spoken in this extended family group? How many and who are dominant in a language other than English? How many and who speak only English? What part has language played in the relationships among people in your family?