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  • 1. CULTURE UNIT III Sociology of Nursing
  • 2. CULTURE  Nature of Culture  Evolution of culture  Diversity and uniformity of culture  Transcultural society  Influence of culture on health and disease
  • 3. Meaning of Culture  Culture is a very broad that includes in itself all our way of life,      modes of behaviour, our philosophies and ethics, our morals and manners, our customs and traditions, our religious, political, economic and other type of activities.
  • 4. Meaning of Culture  It is main concept in Anthropology but it is essential or fundamental in Sociology.  The study of society becomes incomplete without a proper understanding of the culture of the society.  Culture and society go together they are inseparable.
  • 5. Meaning of Culture  Man is born and brought up in a cultural environment.  Other animals live in a natural environment.  Culture refers to a system of learned behaviour which is shared by and transmitted among the members of a group.
  • 6. Definition of culture  Tylor – Culture is that complex whole which includes knowledge, belief, art, morals, law, custom and any other capabilities acquired by man, as a member of society.  Roberty – Culture is the body of thought and knowledge, both theoretical and practical, which only man can possess.  C.C. North - Culture consists in the instruments constituted by men to assist him in satisfying his wants.`
  • 7. Nature of culture  Culture is a acquired quality.  Culture is social, not individual heritage of man.  Culture is idealistic.  Culture is the total social heritage.  Culture fulfils some needs.  Culture is an integrated system.  Language is the chief vehicle of culture.  culture is varies from society to society.
  • 8. Nature of culture  Culture is an acquired quality:    Culture is not innate. Culture is learned. Traits learned through socialization, habits and thoughts are what is called culture. Culture is social, not individual heritage of man:  It is a social product which is shared by most members of the group.
  • 9. Nature of culture  Culture is idealistic:    Culture embodies the ideas and norms of a group. It is the expression of human mind in the course of history. Culture is the total social heritage:  It is passed from one generation to another through traditions and customs.
  • 10. Nature of culture  Culture fulfils some needs:   It fulfils those ethical and social needs of the group. Culture is an integrated system:   Its various parts are integrated with each other. New element which is introduced is also integrated.
  • 11. Nature of culture  Language is the chief vehicle of culture:    Man lives not only in the present but also in the past and future. Through language culture transmits to past to present and present to future. Culture is varies from society to society:   Every society has a culture of its own, it not uniform. Culture is different from US to India.
  • 12. Evolution of Culture  For a century and more Archaeologists have dug up the tools, weapons, pottery, idols, coins and other material things of people who have long since died out.  It is the clues to their social life.  The Archaeologists do not reveal the origin of culture, they only indicate its olden days.  If they reveal something about the evolution of culture, it is only about its material aspects.
  • 13. Evolution of Culture  To trace the origin of a specific cultural trait is difficult.  All cultural traits – material as well as non-material – have been invented at some time and in some place by some person.  No single invention contributes very much to the development of a culture, it is only an addition to what already exists.  Culture is only partly new.  Ex: The music composer of a new song take bits from number of pervious compositions.
  • 14. Diversity and uniformity of culture  Diversity:        Its based on the religion Language Way of life Tradition Locality Geographical area Family environment
  • 15. Diversity and uniformity of culture  Historical Accidents  Mobility of human organism  Inventions and Discoveries  Individual habits  Change in modes of production  Dominant cultural themes
  • 16. Diversity and uniformity of culture     Unity is, all the culture have their fundamental approach to literature, philosophy, traditions and customs which are normally. Catse, religious rites, ceremonies are following all the culture. Further holding that all the culture have music, dance, song etc., Some festivals concern as a national and international festivals.
  • 17. Trans Cultural Society  Cultural traits invented or discovered in one society to another that the way of spread directly (persons or group) or indirectly (radio, TV etc.,) to other societies.  Transmission of culture which is movement of traits through time that is, from generation to generation.  Rome was trans is most countries of Europe.  Now the united states in transmitting to others.
  • 18. Factors influential in the process of Trans cultural Society  Availability of transportation and communication.  Prestige of the transmitted cultural and its people.  Migration.  The need for some new element to meet a crisis.  Adaptability of the recipients of the new culture.
  • 19. Culture Influence on Health and Diseases    Culture also plays on important role. It refers to the way of living which includes ideas, knowledge, attitude, practices, customs etc., Food habits:   In Andra Pradesh people take spicy foods. Which causes gastritis among them. Brahmins are vegetarian so they don’t get balanced nutrients.
  • 20. Culture Influence on Health and Diseases  Practice of bad habits:     Chewing raw tobacco is common among rural people. This is causes for oral cancer. Now panparag, smoking, drinking etc., Occupational conditions:  Cervical spondylosis and arthritis are more among manual labours.
  • 21. Culture Influence on Health and Diseases  Consanguineous marriage is a causes for weak physical and mental condition, mental retardation and other health problems.  Walking barefooted, oil bath, use brick powder for clean teeth.  Getting up early in the morning and taking bath.  Drinking thulasi water everyday will give good health.
  • 22. Culture Influence on Health and Diseases  Early to bed and early to raise.  In a chicken pox affected children’s family, keeping the neem leaves at the entrance of home and prevents the spreading of the diseases to the neighborhood.  Pardah system by Muslim woman still followed which causes vitamin D deficiency.
  • 23. Culture Influence on Health and Diseases     Cleaning of he house, taking hygienic care and put rangoli in front of the house, offering pooja will give blessing for the entire home. Doing meditation will increase concentration and attention. Polygyny is accepted social phenomena is certain religion. Superstitious belief.
  • 24. Thank you

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