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Does behavior depend on one's culture?
Culture can mean anything from how a person was taught while growing up or their surroundings that shaped the way they act today. The behavior aspect can be referred to in any way. This question in general can be seen in several ways and that is why I picked it. Everyone is different, so everyone's answers should differ in some way, shape or form.
Behavior is greatly influenced by culture. We learn most of what we know by imitating our parents, family members, teachers and other members of our community. We learn what is acceptable and what is not. As we grow older, if we are exposed to other ideas we may change our behavior but what we learn as children and young people will strongly influence what we do for most of our lives.
by telltale6 years ago
Do you think there are phases in one's life?For example, when you are before you turn into teenage, when you are a teenager, college life, young adult life, and so forth - do you see the changes in one's life, behavior,...
by Grace Marguerite Williams2 years ago
In what ways does failure negatively impact upon, even deter success in one's life? Why don'tpeople refuse to view failure negatively but instead contend that "failure is the stepping stone to success"...
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