To best answer this question, you should be clear about how you are thinking about "culture".
Simply defined, culture refers to the complex ways people DO everything...what we eat, how we dress, how we organize our cities, institutions, roads, how we speak to one another, how we consider the world around us, what we celebrate and what we mourn (among many other things.) The world is full of cultures doing all of these things...sometimes similarly, sometimes very differently. Certainly, the institutions of education, religion and medicine are developed out of cultural beliefs, values and practices and then serve to perpetuate those beliefs, values, and practices, sometimes to point of marginalizing other ways of ...
The solution discusses the book by Carger,"Borders and Dreams", and uses examples to show the link between culture and the institutions of education, religion and medicine. The text includes 446 words.