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Society Norms

As we all grow up and tend to learn things not just from our parents, but from our peers and experiences with society as well. Both parents have been brought up with certain societal norms and together raised their children with their own formulated concepts of these norms. Society as a whole have social norms, and individual parts of society or states, cities, and communities may develop their own systems and behaviors as well. There are all types of traditional norms, norms from groups, organized groups, and exclusive and inclusive norms from groups. And in conforming to any of these brings social incentives in one way or another, and a rational behavior to people in society.

To recognize the features of social norms is transformative and brings out these inventive. As society grows we become more rational and yearn for the best behavior and acceptance from our surroundings as possible. Our acceptance from our surroundings is a driving force behind much of what rational behavior stems from. Each person and culture has inherited unique customs in which represent who they are and where they came from.

Unique Customs

Every country, state, city, and community around the globe develop their own social norms. Indeed, there are universal social norms that have been engrained into our subconscious for decades, centuries, and since the beginning of the evolution of human beings. These have become cultural customs or things we get accustomed to growing up. Individually, we all create our own subjective or unique norms formulated by our experiences with groups, where we grew up, our parent’s influences, and possibilities of moving from one geographic location to another and adopting their norms. Customs take a long time to set in. So long we forget where these customs might come from.

Time Adaption  

We take for granted that social norms or customs have been developed by many cultures over thousands of years. For traits to become social norms or cultural customs takes a person to adapt to the norm and accept it. It takes many people to accept it and adequately utilize this behavior on a normal basis. After many people adopt whatever trait it is, it becomes a social norm. These things can take hundreds, and even thousands of years for cultures to adopt and adapt to shifts in cultural norms. Understanding what these norms are and where they came from can do a lot for people, and the communities that are evolving new norms.

Education & Recognition of Norms

Society is a very complex place. Many people take for granted where tradition, custom, and where these social contracts, moral implications, or common traits came from. Our parents may teach us about their past and we might learn from school some history, but slowly there becomes a disposition in the systemic roots to our human ancestry. It is important for every Society is a very complex place. Many people take for granted where tradition, custom, and where these social contracts, moral implications, or common traits came from. Our parents may teach us about their past and we might learn from school some history, but slowly there becomes a disposition in the systemic roots to our human ancestry. It is important for every

Gaps and Inequalities

Over time things become normal and communities work together keeping things as in tact as possible. Over time, however, people move away and people move in town. When this happens it soon brings gaps to in the social norm. As gaps happen, people may do better or worse and during this imbalance people grow by working harder and others slack off. This creates a sense of inequality. When inequality takes effect social norms get displaced and this above anything else takes a toll on the economy and the health of the community. There are all kinds of social gaps and inequalities from race, religion, monetary issues, education, cultural upbringings, and the integration of all of the above. Every so often in history, humans have an exodus bringing different cultures and ways of life into others perspectives. These new perspectives take time to adapt and reflect upon setting new standards of social behavior. It spawns new thinking and new understanding of social norms. This is the evolution of societal growth.

Evolving the Norm

Society grows when transformation happens. Growth is dependent on transformation to strengthen communities. The strength of communities comes from the balance of social behavior. The transformation happens due to social behavior changing. The variables discussed earlier for cultural adjustments is people moving out of town, new people moving in, races, different religions, technology, and the inherited political spectrum all play a role in the balance of social behavior. As transformative elements of culture happens, the balance of the social behavior sets in a new social norm.

The new social nor is an ever evolving idea of what a good society is. This idea has and will go through many ideas in order to find societal virtue. Is this possible? Of course it is, however, it takes human compassion, empathy, reciprocity, and individuals to play their part or role in society. As social norms evolve many times people struggle to find their role, or are doing many things to participate. It is not always easy and much more stressful for everyone within a community.  The stress is a part of the core that strengthens the transformation. We have all heard the tern “what doesn’t kill you makes yo stranger” and this holds true with nature. You can see when a branch on a tree cracks, that stress strengthens the tree and makes is grow. Same is true with our human cartilage and bones as it fractures it strengthens and The new social nor is an ever evolving idea of what a good society is. This idea has and will go through many ideas in order to find societal virtue. Is this possible? Of course it is, however, it takes human compassion, empathy, reciprocity, and individuals to play their part or role in society. As social norms evolve many times people struggle to find their role, or are doing many things to participate. It is not always easy and much more stressful for everyone within a community.  The stress is a part of the core that strengthens the transformation. We have all heard the tern “what doesn’t kill you makes yo stranger” and this holds true with nature. You can see when a branch on a tree cracks, that stress strengthens the tree and makes is grow. Same is true with our human cartilage and bones as it fractures it strengthens and