From the cultural psychological perspective
From the cultural psychological perspective, cultivation is the most significant system within which homo being exploitation occurs (Spike Lee and Walsh 2001). Drawing off on Bruner’s (1986) work, we understand exploitation al theory as being congener to the cultural contexts I which they are applied (p.135).Bruner argued that any theory of growth that aims to be “acculturation free” is ‘not a wrong claim ,but an absurd one ” because “the plasticity of the human genome is such that there is no unique way in which it is realized ,no way that is independent of opportunities provided by refinement into which somebody is born “(p.135).although culture has long been a central construction in anthropology, only in recent years developmentalists have begun to attend to it in a systematic way. In many African cultivation that feature many stalls and different subcultures. where a child grows up and who his parents will influence the cultural soundness or emphasis of certain senses of value and acquirement that are passed to him in early childhood, these cultural departure become increasingly significant ,many cultures that feature many stable and different subcultures .where a child grows up and who her parents are will influence the “cultural wisdom,” or emphasis of certain values and acquirement , that are passed to her. In early childhood, these cultural differences become increasingly significant.