argue that what hampers the development of community is not a single factor that should be taken into account, but a set of different biases that are interconnected and should be regarded in their complexity.
To begin with, one might point out that the aspect the significance of which can hardly be exaggerated is the culture that directly affects the affairs in the community. Indeed, it is virtually impossible to find an example of a community that would not be a representative of a particular culture. It is obvious that this does not mean that a culture should be considered to be an obstacle on the way of development of a community (Hall 2010). One should note that it is some elements of it that might hamper the development. For example, the Middle East is known for its rigorous adherence to the traditions. It is quite obvious that such communities are not like to experience dramatic changes due to the fact that all innovations will be looked at through the prism of traditions which, on the one hand, will distort their nature and, on the other hand, will increase the chance that the change as well as the process that it brings will not be integrated in the social life. Indeed, it will take sometime for these communities to adapt to the new conditions of life and react to them adequately. It is obvious that communities that are similar to the above mentioned ones should not reject their culture in favor of development, but they would benefit from enlarging their outlook and introducing some modern aspects of life.
The next aspect that is of great important when it comes to identifying the biases that affect negatively the process of development of community is the structure of this community. Indeed, over the course of time people have agreed on certain rules and regulations that formed the community and once it was formed the inner structure of it is not likely to change unless it proves to be extremely ineffective. In this case, the structure of the community