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personality

noun attributes, being, character, disposition, distinction, distinctiveness, identity, individualism, individuality, ingenium, makeup, nature, oneness, originality, particularity, personal identity, personal mark, predisposition, selfhood, selfness, singularity, soul, style, temperament, traits, type, uniqueness
See also: character, disposition, identity, inclination, individual, individuality, presence, property, temperament

PERSONALITY. An abstract of personal; as, the action is in the personalty, that is, it is brought against a person for a personal duty which he owes. It also signifies what belongs to the person; as, personal property.

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Elsewhere, personalismo is identified by "the cult of personality," dictators, or autocrats (e.
Latino/a American bereaved clients may vary in their adherence to cultural values such as familismo, personalismo, and confianza (trust and intimacy within relationships), especially as a function of levels of enculturation and acculturation.
Ainda que o personalismo de JQ possa ter sido um importante instrumento para a mobilizacao do eleitorado, e preciso destacar que ele serviu-se de projetos politicos e instituicoes partidarias para consolidar sua forca politica.
7) It is important to recruit and train providers who can understand and provide the personalismo needed to reach these clients.
For example, the manual outlines the value personalismo and how it can be infused into the treatment to facilitate engagement.
8) Personalismo may mean that it is especially important for Latinas to have ongoing relationships with health care clinicians so that trust can be established.
Warda describes culturally congruent care as including 1) Valuing- seeking to incorporate the client's knowledge, beliefs and values into the plan of care, 2) Cultural Comprehension- acknowledging and integrating the individual's cultural context into the plan of care, 3) System Supports such as harmonious verbal and nonverbal communication, including language concordance, and 4) personalismo, an identified subset of provider behaviors that include showing respect, building confidence, taking time, and displaying generosity, caring and kindness to clients.
Personalismo is a cultural concept that guides interpersonal relationships, highlighting Latino patients' desire for intimate, personal relationships and individualized attention.
Personalismo is an important Mexican-American cultural value that is defined as "warm, individualized attention and responsiveness in interpersonal interactions" (Zuniga, 2004, p.
Keys to knowing both the possibilities and limits of influence include understanding the lack of words for compromise or accountability; understanding the meaning of addressing a superior as mi coronel; knowing why, in Spanish, instead of being disappointed one is deceived or betrayed; and understanding such concepts as personalismo (loyalty to individuals rather than institutions).
Personalismo denotes an emphasis on warm, intimate, interpersonal relationships (Purnell, 2003).