Culture and Society
by, Diverse Bridge | CIC
Culture and Society
To the uneducated man, culture and society might seem as the same thing. Even though they are connected and intertwined, they are hardly the same thing.
It is true that one cannot exist without the other. There are some differences that make them differ greatly. We can see culture as a tradition that tends to create continuity and cohesion among people that find it mutual.
The culture had a lot of different interpretations throughout history and it still has different meanings even today. Many experts and sociologists think and share the opinion that culture is the traits of beliefs, values and behavior of one population. On the other hand, society can be viewed as a bigger social group that has some kind of cooperation and an organized sense of being related to one another in a particular way.
It is that sense of relationship that makes each person of one society feel that they belong there. The sum of people and their interactions must be taken into account if we want to answer what society and sociology are. And it is now completely safe to make an assumption that the relationship between culture and society is absolutely present and existing.
Culture is a part of every society
In fact, the culture directly affects society because it affects how the people react to changes and ideas. It is like the society is what we see on the outside whereas the culture is what we see on the inside. Now, many common people simply believe that the culture is just a way how people lead and manage their lives. It should contain arts, social norms and standards, social system, technology, religion and, most importantly, education.
Society, according to what we know so far, is any group of people who tend to share the same region, biological and cultural characteristics and have the same system of behavior and action. One society must be able to be self sufficient in order to continue existing while the culture exists beyond the term of sufficiency.
Therefore, society cannot separate from its own culture simply because the culture makes it what it is. Both the culture and society are the terms which are all so overwhelming and encompassing to explain in simple words. We all know who we are and where do we come from. That is what definitely defines us.
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