Culture and personality

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 Culture and personality


There is a close connection between culture and personality.  Sanskrit personality is considered to be the factors that contribute to a certain and creation.  The place of culture is the main relation among them.  Culture gives a certain direction to the personality.  The personality is considered to be eccentric.  Culture is prominent among them.  Culture plays a very important role in personality development.  It pays to know the relation of these two.  To know the relationship between these two, it is necessary to know what is culture and personality.  What is culture has been discussed earlier.  So what is Yehouse, it has been discussed earlier.  So there is no need to repeat it here.  What is personality is discussed below



 The Personality

In the language of ordinary people, the meaning of personality is the external appearance and appearance of rajjathathka, the subjectivity is not just the outer body of man which is evident from his anatomy.  Earlier personality studies used to be in psychology, but now it has become a topic of discussion even in anthropology.  There have been many important studies in the anthropology Kaleshatram, which signifies the role of culture in the creation of personality.  The word vyaktattva is a Hindi translation of English ‘personality’, which is derived from the word ‘persona’ in Latin.  It means shape and mask.  People play a special role by wearing a mask in plays etc.  Masks also change when they change roles.  That is to say, there are different types of masks for different roles.  The same type of mask is worn as it is to be played.  It is necessary to explain here that the meaning of personality is not just face, color, height and dress.  Under this, physical, psychological, social and cultural initiatives are included.  Various scholars have defined the personality in its own way, according to Alport – ‘Personality is the dynamic organization of a person’s psychosocial qualities that determine his unique harmony with the environment.  He has sought to make it clear by his definition that personality is the variable sum of physical and mental qualities of a person, which determines its adaptation with environment.  This is why a person behaves differently under different circumstances.  According to Park and Burgess, – “Personality is the sum of those aspects of a person’s behaviors that determine the role of the person in the group. Like Alport, Park and Burgess have described individual as the sum of different qualities. By these qualities  The behavior and role of personality are determined in the group. Edward Sapir wrote – * Personality is the sum of the aspects of a person’s behaviors that give them meaning in society and separate them from the other members in the community. Meryl and Elduiz  According to – “Personality is a group of innate and acquired qualities associated with each person.  He has described the personality as the sum of birth and birth count.  It is clear from the views of the above scholars that physical, psychological, social, cultural aspects contribute to the creation of personality.  This is why individuals contribute to a common culture.  This is the reason why a person, despite being a member of the same culture, develops a different personality from others.



 Personality Base

There are three main grounds for building a personality,

  1. Physical aspect

  2 .  society

  1. culture


These three have a hand in the development of personality, that is, the development of personality occurs as a result of their interaction.  Physical basis – Under this, the physical shape, size, color, form, height, weight etc. of a person come.  Generally, one interprets personality on the basis of these.  That is, by looking at the physical appearance, the person is said to be of charm or great personality.  This basis is important in the construction of hereditary personality.  According to them, the formation of personality contributes to offspring, anatomy closure and talent of the spinal cord and endocrine gland.


 Social Basis – Under this comes the entire social environment.  The absence of society is not the middle.  If a person’s life is very good, but that social environment comes.  In the absence of society, the development of personality cannot be possible in such a situation.  To say that social income composition is very good, but he has been deprived of social contact, but only through contact, the influence of culture is also possible.  A child cannot come when he comes to this earth.  To say that social interaction is necessary.  Through the process of social socialization, it is possible for the society to develop the personality of the person.  When a child comes to this earth, then he is just a biological animal.  The society develops the personality of the person by akaya and then he becomes socially populated by biological biases, various social institutions, situations and mistakes affect the personality.  All of these inertia’s respectability, behaviors, attitudes, values ​​and ideals are created, which will lead to the development of personality.


 Cultural Basis – Anthropologists have termed cultural ground as important in the construction of personality.  According to him .  Many biological abilities are determined by culture.  Anthropologists have discussed the formation of different types of personality based on the differences of cultures.  The names of Mead, Litton, Cardiner, Dubais, etc. are prominent among these scholars.  Yes  The scholars are known as Culture Personality School.  Referring to the interrelation of culture and personality, John Gillin pointed out that after birth man enters a man-made yantra, which has an effect on the personality of the person.  Culture prescribes certain rules and methods to fulfill the needs of man.  They are considered by most of the society.  The practices, traditions, genetics, stereotypes, religion, language, arts etc. which are included under culture express the social and collective way of life.  Culture also uses rewards and punishments for proper and inappropriate behavior.  Ruth Benedict, expressing his view, said that from the beginning of the practices between which a child is born, his or her experiences and behaviors begin to correspond accordingly.  He further added that culture provides raw material to the person from which he builds his life.  If the raw material itself is insufficient, then the development of the person is not complete.  If the raw material is sufficient then the person gets an opportunity to use it properly.  Ferris has called personality the global side of culture.  Each society has its own specific type of culture, which is different from the other.  Each person represents their own culture.  This is why cultural differences also cause differences among individuals.  According to Clukhoun and Moore, each person is in some degree 1.  Like everyone else.  2 .  Others are like some people and others are not like any other person.  First – From a pranistic point of view, all human physical features are the same, such as eyes, nose, ears, hands, feet etc.  Therefore, every human being is equal in some parts to all others.It is, but with the culture, it is necessary to change the mindset for the spread of Aita Bara Naha Ha culture.  For example, if the person wants to make a change, he has to be mentally prepared for it, but there is no need to think specifically for the use of a layer.  Civilization can be achieved as succession, but not culture.  Thus, it becomes clear that civilization transfers to culture.  Is simpler than that.





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