CULTURE - MEMORY OF THE WORLD, CONSENSUS FOR LIVING TOGETHER
. The present problem of today's society in the changing reality is that people living within their culture, assuming that culture is the remembrance of the past, but also the vision of the world leading to the future and creation common sense of life. The culture is measured by the traces left by it. This trace is a story based on creativity in and for the community. Conditional here, there is a quantum of social consent for the form and content of this culture.
Such a cultural consensus is both reproduction and development. Consequently, the analysis of the characteristic traits of culture, as defined by contemporary anthropology, makes it possible to distinguish in culture the multiplicity and variety of the processes that lead to a work - a cultural product characteristic of a kind of force cultural.
With all this in mind, you can perform a reflection that distinguishes three steps by successively developing the following: What is culture? What is the process of reproduction and development of culture?
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