In primary school, we were taught that culture refers to the way a group of people live, including their customs, traditions, beliefs, and values.
A country can have its own distinct culture, as can various tribes, households, and companies.
When a particular action is normalized, it becomes integrated into daily life, regardless of whether it is a positive or negative habit. Unfortunately, if a bad habit is no longer stigmatized, it can become more prevalent in society.
The norm becomes part of the culture.
Therefore, it is essential to intentionally create a culture that cultivates positive behaviours and values, ultimately leading to a better society.