Kramsch, Claire. Language and Culture. Oxford University Press, 1998, Print.
Culture and language are greatly intertwined, as clearly elucidated by the author of the book. He claims that one cannot operate on its own. There has to be a feasible connotation for the two to exist in a given setting. Cultures rely on language spoken, in order to stem ground in a given community. The author elucidates on how cultural authenticity is crucial for the sustenance of a society. He made a wide usage of concepts from different realms such as linguistics and anthropology to show the essence of language and culture.
http://anthro.palomar.edu/language/language_5.htm Dennis O'Neil, 2006
Language, as shown by the author, is more than any known means of communication. It has a major bearing on people’s thought practices and also their cultures. It illuminates what the society portrays as reality. Language, therefore, plays a major role in ensuring cohesion in a society.
Musical Language http://www.radiolab.org/story/91512-musical-language/
Language can also be embraced in different genres, for example, music. In this case, the composer shows how music bonds people. There is a way people tend to associate with a given genre, hence becoming proponents to the given musical connotation.
Old Cultures/New Contexts: Presenting the Traditional Music and Dance of Urban Immigrant Communities An Interview with Ethel Raim
Ethel Raim clearly shows how the movement from one demographic region to another may affect the social ties. She uses migration and education to show how they influence the cultural fusion among people. Language barriers may be felt by those people who do not conform to the callings of their new environment.
Noam Chomsky interviewed by Wiktor Osiatynski: Soviet and American Thinkers Discuss the Future (MacMillan, 1984), pp. 95-101
Language stems out as the most intricate of many societal realms, mainly due to its influence on the development stance of a community. As clearly put, congition is evident when language is studied. Organization is also necessary when trying to put different aspects of language and culture together. Genetic predispositions are no exception.