Cultural is Social... Culture in the sociological sense, is something shared. It is not something that an individual alone can possess. For example customs, tradition, beliefs, ideas, values, morals, etc. are shared by people of a group or society. Culture is capable of being transmitted from one generation to the another.Language is the main vehicle of culture. Culture, in its development has revealed tendency to be consistent. At the same time, different parts of culture are inter­connected. For example the value system of a society, a society is closely connected with, its other aspects such as morality, religion, customs, traditions, beliefs... Culture is responsive to the changing conditions of the physical world. It is adaptive. Culture provides proper opportunities, and prescribes means for the satisfaction of our needs and desires. Every society has a culture of its own. It differs from society to society. Culture of every society in unique to itself. Cultures are not uniform. Cultural elements such as customs, traditions, morals, ideals, values, ideologies, beliefs in practices, philosophies institutions, etc. are not uniform everywhere. Ways of eating, speaking, greeting, dressing, entertaining, living etc. of different sects differ significantly. Culture varies from time to time also. No culture ever remains constant or changeless.
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