Some people believe that a person's culture is defined by their country of origin, while others believe that has only a minor influence. Discuss both these views and give your opinion

Culture
is a complex term, formed by different patterns. The issue becomes even more complex when we tend to define someone’s
culture
. Many believe it is a result of the
country
of
origin
,
however
, there is a strong argument that
this
is only a minor influence, with which I agree, as I tend to believe someone’s
culture
is a combination of their environment where they grew up in and their family’s
origin
.
This
essay aims to discuss both sides, and why do agree more with the
second
claim. Your parent’s
origin
indicates the most important cultural pattern, mostly through the
language
. Due to the communication ability, we can form words and understand the world and our history based on the
language
we speak.
Moreover
, many traditions are related to
the
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language
.
However
,
this
is partially true for the
people
that were born and raised in another
country
.
Therefore
, for many
people
, their upbringing and the environment of the upbringing might be prevailing. Today, due to globalization many
people
are born and raised in another
country
. Albeit for many
people
,
this
might add additional value in their life as they learn a new
language
through socializing, and eventually get fully assimilated into the
culture
of the hosting
country
,
however
, for many
people
this
might be a challenge as they cannot culturally identify with neither of identities. Overall, cultural identity is a combination of many factors and can be challenging. As much as your
origin
plays an important role in shaping your cultural identity, subconsciously we all adapt certain cultural patterns to the environment we were put in.
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