Universal Paradigms and social culture

Universal Paradigms and social culture

Universal paradigms are a set of concepts or beliefs towards a particular theory or myth.

Furthermore, social experiences and circumstances shape the way people grow. Dangers that may occur include multiculturalism and racism when establishing universal patterns that define the social aspects of a particular culture.

Multiculturalism implies that ethnicity, race, and sexual preference affect people’s thoughts and values. For instance, a long time ago culture was not diverse, and people grew up knowing the cultural beliefs. However, the planet is a different place today mixed with corrupt views of the human race. The diversity creates a societal tendency towards revenge, hate and disbelief, which is a significant danger to culture. Moreover, racism brings the idea that ethnic grouping can determine an identity. By contrast, it is wrong to blame a member of a race for the deeds of others in the same race and should be judged based on their actions. Therefore, acceptable human behavior changes with time and culture.

Biases are unavoidable in such a setting because disclosing conflicts of interest is not enough. Culture is an emotional topic especially to people who respect it. Therefore, biases may corrupt this reading positively or negatively. A positive bias views a member of an otherwise negatively perceived race constructively. Also, another form of positive bias is to create social conditions of cultures used a long time ago. Therefore, inclinations can be positive or negative depending on individual world views.

Universal paradigms define how humans perceive different aspects of human nature. However, different experiences and circumstances also determine and shape a person’s thought. Therefore, multiculturalism and biases may occur while trying to create universal paradigms of cultural practices from a long time ago.