According to this chapter, the cultures that were formed by different human groups had their own legal, social and worldview systems that guided them. Each culture had its own uniqueness and their political arrangements were also unique and facilitated the running of human societies harmoniously. Noticeably, scholars of culture agree that each culture has its own uniqueness, because of the natural differences of people. The beliefs, values or norms of cultures are dissimilar; however, a culture is dynamic. Culture is dynamic in the sense that it can transform itself to another one, by simply leaving out some of its previous practices. In a nutshell, the chapter generally looks into the role of culture and it agrees that the social order people have today rooted from culture. Through culture, beliefs, values and norms were developed to guide behavior and organize people.