Cultural Value Of Culture

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1. Cultural Value
Cultural is attitude or the way of life of a community. According to Yvette (2009:78), people are cultural being, culture is belong to their identity, the way they act and interact in the world.
Yvette states (2009:122) that cultural values are the values that pervade a culture and inform what is good and bad, positive and negative and so on. It means cultural values are a set of values that accepted and believed by society.
2. Movie
Movie is motion pictures.
3. Hidden Figures the movie
Hidden Figures is a film about three black women that work in NASA. The film conveys their struggle in NASA. Because of them, the first rocket with passenger has orbited in the space. As the United States raced against Russia to put a man
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Culture also has types and levels. According to Yvette (2009:98-100), culture can be influenced by many factors. For example, people behavior’s can influenced by family, politics or even friends. The types and levels of culture as follows:
1) Universal culture refers to culture of humans and nationalizations. Its about their daily life, values, and so on.
2) Civilization culture refers to culture of a certain civilization, which comprises different nationalities with religion or politics.
3) Ethnic culture refers to culture of an ethnic group
4) Race culture refers to culture of a specific race, such as African-American or Asian-American.
5) National culture refers to culture of a national group. People who live in same country have similar culture.
6) Regional culture refers to the culture of a particular geographical region, such as the Southheastern culture of the United States (casual and relaxed) or the Northeastern culture (formal and busy)
7) Generation culture refers to the culture of a certain generation. For example, the 90th generation has different culture in appearance than 20th
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For example, the department of research and development tends to take a more down-to-earth approach, whereas the advertising department is more creative.
12) Family culture refers to the family’s daily life. For example, the rules that family’s group does.
13) Individual culture refers to an individual’s value system. It means all about the human. It is about beliefs, attitudes or intentions.
d. Characteristics of Culture
According to Yvette (2009:105-106), culture has a set of characteristics as follow:
1) Long-term perspective: Culture was developed many years ago and is the accumulation of experience and knowledge.
2) Collection: Culture is a collection of beliefs, values, habits, norms, and traditions.
3) A social phenomenon: Culture appears from human interaction.
4) An environmental phenomenon: Culture is influenced by various environmental factors (micro, e.g., peer or organizational rules; and macro, e.g., economy, politics, geography
5) Political phenomenon: Culture is influenced by various political and legal factors (e.g., legislation, laws, regulations, bills)
6) Learned: Culture is learned. It means all of people can learn the new culture.
7) Shared: Culture is shared by a large group of

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