Your neighbor near and far: a handbook in intercultural education for extension workers
It is a truism in modern psychology and social science that an individual is born, a citizen is made. Each of us represents in our wishes, beliefs, knowledge, attitudes and values the process of assimilation of our culture. Through association with others, from birth to death, we acquire our patterns of living and our tendencies to react to any given ideas or actions. All of our social actions and reactions are provided by education, either formal or informal.