The most complex level of culture is the culture trait.
Culture trait : A culture trait is the learned system of beliefs, values, traditions, symbols and meanings that are passed from one generation to another within a specific community of people.
The least unit of culture is called the culture trait.
Hence the answer is FALSE.
Culture trait is the simplest level of culture. It is an individual tool, act, or belief that is related to a particular situation or need. Using spoons and forks when eating is a culture trait. Another trait is the specific greeting used when meeting people. If you meet a pal, you probably say, “Hello”. On the other hand, when greeting the company's manager you would probably be quite formal. The greeting you use is related to the particular situation or need.
So, Individual culture traits combine to form the next level – culture complexes.
And culture complexes combine to form larger levels called culture patterns. These patterns form important components of a society’s culture.
Culture trait is the trait of any activity that is done by an individual that he acquires in his social life and transmitted through communication. This system of beliefs and traditions, the ideas and symbols learned by humans, are passed from one generation to the next.
This trait consists of any "manner" or "practice" that people learn and exhibit socially and is also transmitted to one another through various means of communication, which can be verbally or non-verbally. This form of a trait is not the most sophisticated or complex level of culture. Instead, it is the simplest level of culture.
An example of such trait is when you raise your glass to make a toast, and everyone joined in the "cheers".
the answer is False