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The Effect of War on Culture: If wars continue across the globe, are cultural traditions at risk of being lost for future generations?

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  • Seems like it

    So if people are going to war over cultural difference (looking at you Middle East!), eventually people will grow weary with these wars and their cultures. If becoming less and less passionate about your culture leads to less conflict, I think cultural traditions are at risk, because people can only stand so much fighting. Then again, the Middle East has been in conflict for like, forever, so I don't know anymore.

  • War had a negative effect on culture

    War is something that our world is not foreign to. There are currently many different headlines in national news pertaining to war and the negative effects they are causing. The war is causing a risk in cultural traditions and they may possibly be lost for future generations. As areas are occupied, the people are not able to focus on cultural traditions and paying them down to their children. They are focused on fighting war rather than enforcing traditions. Also, children are less likely to seek out and practice cultural traditions because they, too, will become a part of the war cause.

  • Yes, yes they are.

    We are already in a time where old traditions are no longer passed down properly, if at all. No one wants to even communicate directly anymore. Wars are only going to push everyone farther away from family and togetherness. It really makes no sense to me. We should be focused on how to bring everyone back to together.

  • Yes, some traditions are being put on hold because families aren't safe.

    Unfortunately war takes a toll on more than just soldiers and their families back home in the United States. There are innocent families that reside in warring countries that have had to flee from their homes, their towns, even their countries. For others that have been able to stay, it still isn't safe for them to be outside worshipping or celebrating like they normally would and so their children won't have the same sense of steady tradition because it was interrupted and it could mean that they cease the traditions and worship indefinitely.

  • No of course not

    Look at Christianity, openly persecuted in its first years but now one of the largest faiths in the world. Cultures and traditions become cemented during diversity. War has been happening since the beginning of time and will not affect cultures or traditions, look at the Jewish faith, the holocaust happened but it is still strong. Although cultures and traditions do die out it can not be linked primarily to war

  • Change is natural

    Wars have occurred since the beginning of time. Yes, cultures might change as a result. Cultures are constantly morphing. I don't think cultural traditions would be lost, but they might be altered. But they'd be altered by anything. Cultures and traditions change over time and in response to events. A much bigger threat to unique local cultures is the mcdonaldization of society. It's sort of the same thing - change as a response to societal events or developments - but much more dangerous as all societies become more and more consumerist and rely on manufactured traditions. I don't think all traditions are good - change is often very necessary - but I do like diversity and worry about a world where everybody is focused on buying.

  • No, culture is how your brought up.

    Culture is how you are raised by your family and your surroundings. Yes war does effect your surroundings but I do not think it effects who you are as a person. You will still pray they way you learned, eat the way you were taught, and follow the beliefs you were brought up on.


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