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 Moreover, these attitudes and practices of the Brazilian women are '​fairly common practices historically and across cultures,'​ thus, illustrating how a culture develops its members for what life is going to be living within its environment (Scheper-Hughes 2004). ​ The culture provides the fundamental frames based upon the cultural models people acquire throughout their lives in particular communities and social, as well as physical, environments. ​ The political, social, and economic involvements and strivings arrange the workings of society, as well as, the individual'​s mental contents. ​ The psychological involvement the women in Alto express outwardly towards infants and children is due to their embodiment of their culture and behavior models. ​  ​Cultures create the patterns its social individuals will adapt from 'to meet the psychological and biological requirements of human beings as members for society'​ (DeMunck 19, 2001).  ​ Moreover, these attitudes and practices of the Brazilian women are '​fairly common practices historically and across cultures,'​ thus, illustrating how a culture develops its members for what life is going to be living within its environment (Scheper-Hughes 2004). ​ The culture provides the fundamental frames based upon the cultural models people acquire throughout their lives in particular communities and social, as well as physical, environments. ​ The political, social, and economic involvements and strivings arrange the workings of society, as well as, the individual'​s mental contents. ​ The psychological involvement the women in Alto express outwardly towards infants and children is due to their embodiment of their culture and behavior models. ​  ​Cultures create the patterns its social individuals will adapt from 'to meet the psychological and biological requirements of human beings as members for society'​ (DeMunck 19, 2001).  ​
  
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