Muslim American Families Name Institution Muslim American Families Information on Background Muslim families in America constitute one percent of the total American population. There are approximately 3.3 million Muslim Americans of all ages in America and according to the population forecast; their number is likely to double by 2050. The basis of the projection is age migration and fertility data drawn from surveys and other multiple sources. Sixty-five percent of the Muslims in America identify with the Sunni Islam eleven percent identifies with Shia and fifteen percent have no specific identity. About adapting to the stressful life events for instance in health. Their spiritual needs are paramount and one needs to have background knowledge of their worldview when delivering care to them. Some of their beliefs in health practices are that diseases and death require meditation and prayer and that alcoholic medicines are against their beliefs. References Bayoumi M. (2015). This Muslim American Life: Dispatches from the war on terror. NYU Press. Williams R. H. & Vashi G. (2007). Hijab and America Muslim women: Creating the space for autonomus selves. Sociology of religion 68(3) 269-287. [...]
Research on Muslim Families living in America. Part 1 information on Background: such as Population, location, basic belief, and practices. part 2 information about caregiving. in terms of the households, gender roles, views on behavioral health issues, and other related factors. but the main focus should be about caregiving and roles each person played in the households. references in APA format need this done in the next 16 to 18 hours. thanks in advance. please take the time to fully research and provide accurate and correct information.