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 The ethnographic evidence presents three theories, or perspectives,​ on emotions within the social realm. ​ However, Lutz is the only to present emotions as a dynamic process humans enter into rather than something that naturally occurs within them or outside of them.  She positions emotions as cultural models that guide behavior and interpretations for social relationships,​ events, and other encounters. ​ Emotions can and will be negotiated, disregarded,​ or completely adopted, which depends upon personal choices. ​ Nevertheless,​ culture plays a major role in limiting our personal choices. ​ Although Scheper-Hughes defines emotions as concepts attached to social structure and standing, she also identifies the processes that maintain hierarchies and individual point of views which is closer to their ‘home’ culture rather than a foreign one.  Nevertheless,​ the link between personality and culture is not the current debate despite it’s relevant application to the overarching argument. ​ The ethnographic evidence presents three theories, or perspectives,​ on emotions within the social realm. ​ However, Lutz is the only to present emotions as a dynamic process humans enter into rather than something that naturally occurs within them or outside of them.  She positions emotions as cultural models that guide behavior and interpretations for social relationships,​ events, and other encounters. ​ Emotions can and will be negotiated, disregarded,​ or completely adopted, which depends upon personal choices. ​ Nevertheless,​ culture plays a major role in limiting our personal choices. ​ Although Scheper-Hughes defines emotions as concepts attached to social structure and standing, she also identifies the processes that maintain hierarchies and individual point of views which is closer to their ‘home’ culture rather than a foreign one.  Nevertheless,​ the link between personality and culture is not the current debate despite it’s relevant application to the overarching argument. ​