In Latin American Catholic April 19, 2014 at 11:38 am
The way that you react to a lot of events is conditioned by the series of beliefs and habits of thought that you’ve formed based on the prevailing customs of the culture in which you live. This programming you’ve received teaches you and it predisposes to act automatically in a certain way. In Latin American Catholic society someone expressed indifference to religion, can be critique him, and such time as maximum punishment, until withdraw you the word and leave it to invite to meetings, but if someone would express the same concept in another culture I am abstaining from mentioning which-, could even lose their lives. In some cultures finish all the food that you serve your host can be considered offensive, but does not do so in others, can make you have a bad time to you and your host, on many sports you can say everything with the opposite coach, but does not tolerate any physical contact. Why? They are the rules! I know people who enjoy criticism and others to whom the minor comment on his personality destroys them.
A same joke before a person can feel that it has been taken into account, which has been given a special place in a group of friends, and however, another may end up with relationships of friendship, sometimes for many years, feel humiliated and burlada. If a driver takes the hand and makes an offensive sign to another during the traffic, this other person might react to ignoring it, may feel intimidated, or perhaps would answer you the same offense and also up accompanied by shouts and other signs more. (I have personally learned of cases that start as minor incidents of traffic and reach the murder) In each of these cases turns on evidence without place to doubt the use of standards governing the conduct of a group.