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ANDINA-DIAZ, Elena  y  SERRANO-FUENTES, Néstor. Values, customs and family structures in 1901: a look at the current cultural care. Temperamentvm [online]. 2020, vol.16, e13050.  Epub 06-Jun-2022. ISSN 1699-6011.


Current social dynamics make nursing care a permanent challenge since it must consider the continuous transformations of the socio-cultural aspects of people to offer quality care. However, some people maintain traditional family beliefs, norms and practices that are passed from generation to generation. One way to explore these is through the analysis of historical documentary sources.


This study proposes to know the beliefs, traditions, practices and family structures of the Bierzo region (León, Spain) in 1901.


We will use, as a documentary reference, the answers given about the ”Marriage” in the “Survey of the Ateneo of Madrid” of 1901. This survey collected the beliefs, traditions and practices of the society of that period throughout the national territory. However, in this specific case, we limit the information to the Bierzo region.

Main conclusion:

This deepening of holistic knowledge would help nurses to plan and execute interventions where patients feel valued and treated as unique and respected beings considering their characteristics and their particular contexts.

Palabras clave : Cultural care; Transcultural nursing; History of nursing; Ethnography.

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