The Relationship between Language and Culture: An Analysis

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The Relationship between Language and Culture: An Analysis
Introduction
Examining and analyzing the relationship between language and culture reveals that culture is impossible without language, for culture and language are intricately and comprehensively interconnected. Through the memes it spreads between people within each particular culture, language influences and shapes that culture while also reflecting it, maintaining it, and conveying it to people both within and beyond the culture.
Culture is best described is an aggregate of the many different meme sets or memeplexes shared by the majority of people in a society, while language, which was created by memes, is the principal verbal and written medium through which memes are...
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.....not exist without each other.
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