The village believes in the power of nature and he always regards the power, he believes in God deeply and he is fatalist. In the cities a man is the master of nature. He builds the highest building steamer, aeroplane and giant machinery with the help of his power and intelligence. He is not a fatalist.

The engagement and marriage are arranged in consideration to the status of a family. Owing to the absence of psychological conflict there is no love and romance while in city life love and romance occupy on important position. A man surrenders himself to romance to prevent him from psychological conflicts. The cinema teaches him the love and romance.

There is an absence of association and union in the villages. Owing to the absence of competition and social mobility the villages are controlled by social environments and cannot develop the individuality. While in cities the variety in population, secondary institutions, opportunity of competition, social mobility and class organization help to develop his individuality.