Most people believe old cultural myths even if they were true or not. Usually, today’s generation follows the old generation’s methods of what they believed. Nowadays, cultural myths contribute in how people think or believe from country to another. In “Of Myth and Men” Sonia Maasik and John Solomon explain cultural myths and how they affect people’s perceptions. Culture myth is thinking or believing that control humans. Cultural myths have been affecting since a long time ago until today and it might continue to the next generation. The most important cultural myths that used to exist in Saudi Arabia women should stay home, marriage customs and admixture school
Most people around the world follow the cultural myths, in past …show more content…
In the past Saudi government prevented the idea which is having admixture school without any convincing reason and the citizens followed the rule without accepting the idea. Maasik and Solomon write about how we see our world from the cultural mythology, and value system, they say: “A cultural mythology, or value system, then, is a kind of lens that governs the way we view our world.”(1). It is simply like what the Saudi government thought about admixture school. Nowadays, they have changed their mind and opened one of the biggest universities the world for genius students, because they knew the results of having this kind of university in Saudi Arabia.
In conclusion, many people follow the old cultural myths without any convincing reason that explain why the follow them. Cultural myths could affect people’s behaviors. culture myth is the main contributor in how people form country to another think and behave. Also people will not stop following the old generation’s strange methods because they think old people were right in their lives. Finally, no one can change why people (culture) follow the old cultural