Culture is a set of learned behaviors, beliefs, attitudes, values, and ideals that are characteristics of a particular society or culture. Culture is shared by a population and/or group of individuals.
A few things that are shared by culture include architecture, food, and language (figurative). For example, the southern culture may include food such as fried food, sweet tea, and BBQ. Football is a means of entertainment that is widely shared within (and among) the southern culture. Learned behaviors of the south include being courteous (referring to adults as ma'am or sir). These aspects of the southern culture are shared through social means — interactions between the people of the population. Culture is generally integrated and is always changing.Humans, chimpanzees, and others mimic and have elements of culture
Culture is a learned behavior, passed on, not just by one individual but a collective effort. Culture is shared.