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  • Emir - Dimanche 20 Mai 2012 05:00
    Salut, et merci pour cette version frane7aise.Juste un petit mot pour sieaglnr que la traduction n'est pas tout e0 fait comple8te encore:Lorsqu'on de9bute la proce9dure d'installation, si le nom d'utilisateur renseigne9 dans wp-config.php n'est pas le bon, ou si la base de donne9e n'existe pas, on a un message d'erreur en anglais.Dans le meame genre, le fichier README n'est pas non plus traduit, mais peut-eatre est-ce voulu?! Toutes les chaeenes traduisibles de WP le sont. Les chaeenes encore en anglais n'ont donc pas e9te9 internationalise9es par l'e9quipe de de9veloppement. Peux-tu nous dire laquelle, et dans quel fichier ?a0Pour le fichier README, oui, c'est probablement de la flemardise de ma part On verra e7a pour la prochaine version.-Xavier.
  • kartika - Samedi 19 Mai 2012 18:28
    I agree with a lot of the comments psteod on this topic. I also think that being culturally competent extends beyond just professionals. Everyone needs to be open and willing to learn from other cultures, even children. If we are exposed to cultural differences at a young age and are taught to be accepting of these differences, then I believe that we can cut down on the discrimination and judgments that occur later in life. I really like Ryan’s saying that “Disorders and diseases do not discriminate against color.” This is so true. It does not matter what background a person comes from, we all deserve to receive the best services possible, even if that means the professional has to put in extra hours to do some research on a family’s values and beliefs. As speech pathologists, we owe this to our clients and are ethnically bound to provide the best services possible. This includes being culturally diverse. I also agree with Kara that the university gives us the option to learn about other cultures, but these classes are often viewed as unimportant. If these classes were taken more seriously, then we could become more culturally competent and maybe avoid some of the discrimination that occurs. A good multicultural education can really open doors to new experiences. When we allow ourselves to be accepting of other’s differences, we might just find out something new about ourselves. It is important in our profession to be culturally competent, but this needs to extend outside of our job as we encounter many diverse situations in our lives.
  • Patou - Samedi 19 Mai 2012 15:18
    How could any of this be btteer stated? It couldn't.
  • Jacalyn - Vendredi 20 Janvier 2012 23:36
    Yo, that's what's up trthufully.
  • Starr - Vendredi 20 Janvier 2012 18:13
    Stay with this guys, you're helping a lot of poelpe.
  • Matty - Vendredi 20 Janvier 2012 09:23
    A rolling stone is worth two in the bush, thkans to this article.
  • Bobbie - Vendredi 20 Janvier 2012 05:45
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  • Doll - Vendredi 20 Janvier 2012 05:13
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