Jay and Sue Kim, ages 29 and 26 years and married for 2 years, immigrated from

Jay and Sue Kim, ages 29 and 26 years and married for 2 years, immigrated fromUncategorized Jay and Sue Kim, ages 29 and 26 years and married for 2 years,immigrated from South Korea and settled in Los Angeles. They have livedin a small one-bedroom apartment since their arrival. Both graduatedfrom the same Korean university with baccalaureate degrees in Englishliterature. They have one child, Joseph, age 1 year. When they arrivedin the United States, Jay was unable to find a job because of his poorproficiency in English, despite his major in English literature. Heeventually obtained a job with a moving company through a church friend.Sue is not working because of their son. Although the Kim’s did notattend a church before immigration, they are now regularly attending aKorean Protestant church in their neighborhood.Sue is pregnant again, determined by a home pregnancy kit, with theirsecond child and concerned about the medical costs. They did not useany contraceptives because she was breastfeeding. Because of financiallimitations, Sue did not initially have prenatal care with her firstpregnancy. However, she did keep up with the Korean traditional prenatalpractice, tae-kyo. Eventually, she received help from her church anddelivered a healthy son. She is not sure whether she can get financialhelp from her church again but is confident that her second child willbe healthy if she follows the Korean traditional prenatal practices.Jay is concerned about job security because he recently heard fromcolleagues that the moving company might soon go bankrupt. Although Jayhas not been satisfied with his current job (he thinks that he isoverqualified), this news is still a cause for concern. Moreover, Sue’srecent pregnancy has made Jay more stressed, and he has started drinkingalcohol. Joseph cannot stand up by himself and still wants to bebreastfed. Although Sue has tried to give foods such as oranges, apples,steamed rice, and milk (because she is now pregnant), Joseph refuses toeat them and cries for breastfeeding. Joseph’s weight is low-normal forsame-age babies.Describe the Korean cultural practice tae-kyo. Is this practice congruent with allopathic recommendations for prenatal care?How do food choices among Koreans differ with pregnancy and postpartum?Describe cultural attitudes toward drinking among Koreans.Identify two or three culturally congruent strategies a healthcare provider might use to address Jay’s drinking.Submission Instructions:Your initial post should be at least 500words, formatted and cited in current APA 7 style with support from atleast 5 academic sources.Noplagiarism. Plagiarism report required.TextBook Attached

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