This paper would discuss culture, human behaviour, environment in accordance to the concepts of Sociology.
Sociology is the study of the social order, human societal relations, the regulations and methods that join and detach people not only as individuals, but as members of associations, groups, and institutions.
It is a science which attempts to understand social action through a causal explanation of its course and effects. It includes all the activities that are held in the society and it includes the culture, environment, norm, values, rituals customs and behaviors of the people who are the part of that society.
A culture is a way of life of a group of people their behaviors, beliefs, values, and symbols that they admit, usually without thinking about them, and that are accepted along by communication and replication from one generation to the next.
Different cultural groups believe, feel, and act in their own way.
There is no exact standard for considering one group as essentially superior or inferior to another. Studying differences in culture among groups and societies assumes a position of cultural relativism. It does not involve normalcy for oneself, or for one's society. While the terms for decision when dealing with crowd or societies dissimilar from one's own. Information about the environment of cultural variations between societies, their roots, and their consequences should precede judgment and action. Cooperation is more likely to be successful when the parties anxious to understand the reasons for the differences in perspectives. (Hofstede 1997, 118)
Culture tells who we are as individuals, it directs us in making every day choices and gives us an institution on which to live our life and to run others. Our culture sets us aside from others, making us unique to the eye and to...