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The community tends to share their way of thinking or doing things from one generation to another. The results of a person's behavior can also influence their culture. It can affect them causing them to adopt new beliefs. However cultural practices can change as days goes by. This is as a result different inventions and adoption of different ways of doing things.
In every part of the world culture is seen in many different ways. Culture represents people that shared the same values, beliefs, attitudes, and symbols. Culture can sometimes affects the way we do things or see things as. People can sometimes assimilate things differently and judge a book by its cover, but before making an assumption we should think critical. Many of the times our culture can influence on how we accommodate, assimilate, and availability bias on the perspective way we see things.
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