The theory I have chosen is functionalism, whose basis is the systemic aspect of culture, or what might be most properly selected as a "glue" concept of culture. I am however, deeply aware that no theory explains everything and every theory has its constraints, reason the grand theories all failed: phoning for complementarity in the theoretical frameworks and methodological assumptions that informs our research. This simple fact explains the constant progress of theory in anthropology from evolutionism using its unilineality to poststructuralist ideas today. In what follows, I will describe and illustrate the primary premises of functionalism, and spotlight the constraints of the functionalist construction. Functionalism was one of the initial anthropological ideas.