Submission Open for IJEER Volume-3, Number-10, October 2019 | Submission Deadline- 20 October, 2019

International Journal for Empirical Education and Research

Culture: Functions, Characteristics and its Influences in Education

Author: Hishma el Murad | Published on: 2018-05-31 23:12:43   Page: 42-52   174

Abstract
Culture is the behavioural traits of a group. Education can be the way those traits are passed on to members of the group who are not sufficiently aware of those traits. Education may also be a way a method of passing on paradigms that allow for the group's greater efficiency. Culture is just habits and practices of people in essence. Culture can be seen as cultivated, but not necessareliy. Education is of course good, but also not necessarily (bad education). It goes to far to say millenia/centuries old tribes in the amazone have no culture, while they have no education in our notion of the word. They might have other forms of education that helps them survive.

Keywords
Education, Culture, Influence, Relation

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    Hishma el Murad
    Department of Executive & Graduate Education
    Northwestern University in Qatar
    muradelhishma049@gmail.com