Material culture, the tangible product of human society that is concrete expression of ideas and beliefs. Culture is a way of life that a number of people have in common (1987:62). As of, (Gidden, 2005), understanding and explanations, culture plays an important role in continuing the valves and norms of society, yet it also offers important chance for creativity and change. Almost most society and family all are communicate within their culture. People are in culture and share the culture, interacted with one another within the boundary of culture.
Second is modes of expression which is the use of core symbols such as names, labels and expected standard of behaviour which community share and follow to show that they belong to a group, exhibits shared identity. Third, individual, relational and communal identity signifies how an individual recognises his cultural identity based on his experiences. Relational implies how individuals cooperate with one another and communal identity is the use of communication in the creation, affirmation, and cooperation of shared identity. The fourth is the enduring and changing aspect of identity. This identity changes due to number of factors which are social, political and economic background.
According, (Oslon, 2000), by nature communication is important at every stage of close relationship, it also important among family members with its contents for the clarity of interaction. Families of different cultural group have core issues of communication among family members. These contents or core issues of family communication has its own importance among family members. Each members of the family communicated based on their contents or subject matter to agree or disagree among each family member. Because, there are different contents of family communication among mixed family from different cultural groups for the better understanding of family interaction it also among the family from same cultural groups.
According to Pratt, as a ‘historical reservoir’, culture is an important factor in shaping identity. Cultural identity is both characteristic of the individual but also of the culturally identical group of members who share the same cultural identity. Cultural identity is important for people’s sense of self and how they relate to others. A strong cultural identity can contribute to people’s overall
There are many standards defining and measuring a culture, some of these are obvious from one culture to another and others need some analysis before recognizing them. Two of these traits are collectivism and individualism, which differ greatly from country to country and culture to culture. In addition to defining those, the possibility of coexistence of the two traits will be examined. First, collectivism simply defined is the idea of everyone being a part of a larger group and all behavior stemming from this. More specifically, collectivism includes looking at the needs of those in your group before looking at your own, readiness to cooperate with your group, shared beliefs, and happiness based on the welfare of those around you.
Culture is an accumulated pattern of values, beliefs, and behaviors, shared by an identifiable group of people with a common history and verbal and nonverbal symbol systems. (Neuliep, 2017) So whether we know it or not, culture is all around us. Culture is directly related to intercultural communication. Intercultural communication helps us gain a better “worldview” and understanding of different customs,beliefs, and traditions. For my interaction paper, I interviewed a fellow friend, Edin Hasasnovic.
Values can influence many of the judgments we make as well as have an impact on the support we give. It is important that you develop an awareness of what you value, as these values will be important in forming a better relationship with co–workers. Knowing your own values can help you work effectively to resolve conflicts and support the organization’s philosophy of care appropriately. Wherever our values come from, they make us the unique person we are today. In this book the authors and Admiral Allen’s values all came from significant life events from the workplace.
Not only do they teach us how to socialize, but also if we realize we are all in a certain relationship with those who surround us. Since each relationship is different it serves a different purpose and meaning to our lives. Recognizing the central importance
Pathways Linking Family Relationships to Well-Being Relationships with our family members are important as we go through the process of life. These relationships are important because they are a great source of social connection and social influence for an individual throughout their life course. There have been many studies that proves social relationships can greatly impact well-being in an individual’s life course. In other words, family relationships can give an individual a much greater sense of meaning and purpose as well as social and physical resources that aids well-being. Some ways the strength of family relationships can affect well-being is through psychosocial, behavioral, and physiological pathways.
Therefore, it can be used to convey knowledge to the public (citizens). It can also instill and reinforce cultural values, social norms, and social philosophy (Amri jahi, 1988). General properties of folklore is readily accepted, relevant to the cultural, entertaining, using local languages, has an element of legitimacy, flexible, have the ability to repeat his message, two-way communication, and so on. The functions of folklore refer to mental revolution program of people (Nurdin,