In some of its beliefs, the WHO sets to achieve global understanding on what it does in the UN member countries when it comes to health. People have the firm belief that the organization is responsible for taking care of all the needs present in a UN member country when it concerns eradication of diseases. While this might be true, to some extent, nations and states need to help the organization in controlling the spread of diseases. This may make the work they do a lot easier if they get involved. All these values and norms help the organization in achieving its main objective around the globe. This is ensuring that proper health care is received by all member states of the UN (Luca and Vignes 60).
Theoretical concepts of structural-functionalism and conflict theory are useful for providing a better understanding of the concept of culture. This is since they all talk about the issue of social equality in a group/organization. Social equality in an organization means that everyone in the organization is responsible for something (Grahame 74). Alternatively, everyone is equal, and at the end of the day, everyone is responsible for their actions.
Power differentials are drawn from the conflict theories. This is where there exists a difference in class. Marxism is often associated with this conflict theory. This is where one seeks to benefit themselves at the expense of others. All this does not exist in an organization such as the WHO. It is next to impossible to run a nonprofitable organization with such a culture existing in the organization (Grahame 86).
The process of socialization in the organization has to be as it is in society. This is since everyone has a role to play in the growth and development of the organization, as they do in society. Without such roles, it would be impossible to have control of the member states, let