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Option 3. The environment formed the culture, but also the genetics of those who have that culture.
My stupid answer would be that cultures originate from groups of people, who are biological organisms, so of course, it stems from biology. I think the greater impact is environment, because each culture is tailored to the environment it originated from, much like the people.
Unless you mean a single individual's cultural habits, which I would say are learned from the environment they grow up in, or whatever they're exposed to, but also influenced by genetics.
The culture is a manifestation of people's potential, manners and imagination.
Everybody wants to be a pop star, but nobody wants to be me and that's just awesome... - Courtney Love
When Clarence Thomas was a young man in law school, he said he responded to whites with the following "I'm just trying to survive in your world" when they asked him how he was doing. It's a struggle for many blacks to adapt to a culture than is so alien to them. Thomas seems to have succeeded though. Biology can be overcome in some cases.
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