INTERRELATIONSHIP WITH A OTHER INSTITUTIONS
We have already noted’ how other institutions- family, religion, education-are interrelated with the political and economic institutions, In the simple societies, the family is the dominant institution. In modem societies, the political-economic institutions tend to be the more dominant, although perhaps not as dominant as Marx imagined. It is far easier to show where the political-economic institutions have changed the family than to show where the family has changed the politicaleconomic institutions, Clearly these, together with technology, are the main driving force in cultural change in modern societies. Whenever political-economic institutions change, the rest of the culture changes as well.