Effects of Culture on Today 's Generation People live in a world which cultures, traditions and rituals are practiced and passed down from generation to generation. Their values and manners are influenced by these elements. Thus it forms expectations people would have. People in collectivistic cultures are said to have interdependent selves, whereas people in individualistic cultures are said to have independent selves. However, people not only absorb domestic culture but also absorb that from other parts of the world.
As well as the color of your eyes, the size of your nose and your mother’s freckles. While such basic orientations to life, like your attitude, are the result of the environment one lives in and thus fore can be changed. So, what about the nurture side of the equation, or the environment that gives us our attitude? Culture is a system of ideas about the nature of the world and how people should behave in it that it shares—and shared uniquely—by members of a community, that continually judges ones actions, hen... ... middle of paper ... ... that attitude can be changed or at least influenced by our environment. Our attitude is a learned behavior that can be changed by the individual’s choice to make that change.
Culture plays a significant role in shaping people’s behaviors. Humans start to expose to culture the day they are born and they learn cultural values through their everyday life interacting with the people and environments around them. The cultural values often help us in guiding our behaviors and provide us a context in helping us identify the proper way of responding to various situations. Culture can help to determine human behaviors because culture can influence individuals’ psychological processes, development of self, and motivation. However, individual differences should also be examined in determining people’s behaviors.
Thus, they may bring differences in human personality and even they may add new personality traits to human. Eventually, people go through many phases because of environmental and biological elements when their personalities gradually form. In environmental factors, people's culture and society contribute to shape their personality. Secondly, individual analyzes people's behaviour and attitudes. Then, if individual likes their behaviour, person impersonates the same behaviour.
Yes, siblings are like parents, but they are also their first best friends in life. They are always there while growing up, know everything, and love unconditionally. They also want to spread happiness, and hate to see their sibling upset. An article titled, “Relationship with Siblings as a Predictor of Empathy and Humor Styles in Early Adulthood,” by Walęcka-Matyja, Katarzyna Kamila, states that growing up with siblings allows them to develop qualities such as solving conflicts and making compromises. The text also included, when having close contact with siblings, it is easier to accept advice, and their personal experiences (Walęcka-Matyja 45).
For humans, fitting in with the world around us is a necessity. We slowly change ourselves to become more similar to the people we spend the most time with or that have power over us. Sometimes this change is conscious, but many times is happens without us noticing until someone or something comes along and points out how different we are. The way human minds work makes us need other people in our lives; to keep those people around, we must have common beliefs or interests. We tend to change ourselves or attempt to change others until they are more like us.
Growing up, I was fortunate to live with both of my parents and my twin sibling. .My parents have imparted in me the thought that I should attempt my best at all things I do by telling me stories about our family . Forexample, my parents beilve that Education opens up entryways and The more instruction people gets, the more decisions and opportunities they will have. They tough me the importance of education in my life , and encourage me toward education. The way education is seen in my family transfers from one generation to another.
You spend a great time of your life with family who then influences your identity from the beginning of your life. From the beginning, we are given a set of expectations and values, which are learned from our guardians. We learn not only through these guardians guiding us, but we also learn by life’s examples and observing. As we grow older and mature we more easily understand the importance of values and know what is expected from us. And because we spend a lot of our lives around our family they are the primary influences to social identity, religion, confidence and many more.
People can also learn about where attitudes come from, and how they have changed throughout history. Attitudes play a major part in the world today and many major actions are decided based on a person’s attitudes. Attitude is one of the more important aspects of life, and whether your attitudes will limit your success in life or ensure it is up to you.
Every birth order has a certain personality that is caused by the influence of parents, siblings, or personal mental standards. Personalities of firstborns are mostly affected by parents and the high standards that they set for themselves, so they strive for success and perfection in everything they do. Parents play an important role in a firstborn’s life which is explained by Hurst when he remarked, “Since the parents invest a lot of their ego in the first-born, they view this child’s behavior personally” (31). This causes firstborns to desire to please their parents and it explains why many firstborns excel in school and tend to hold conservative beliefs (Hurst 29). Parents typically expect a lot from their oldest child.