Political culture is the practices and attitudes that shapes the perception of people when it comes to politics. Political culture might also include ideas, belief, myths and moral judgments that are particular to a certain political party.
The political culture of any one state can vary widely, and sometimes the culture within the state can be a source of division. Political culture is shaped largely by government though various mediums, including public events and education. Commemoration of the past can also be used to shape political culture. Political culture is a direct reflection of the government, but sometimes the culture of politics predates the existing political environment based on tradition and history.