Universal Manners collection: "Manners" that should be in all Cultures.
Universal Behavior collection: "Behavior" that should be in all Cultures.
The living conditions are different, but the people are quickly becoming the same.Read
1. The manner in which one behaves; deportment. 2. The actions or reactions of persons or things under given circumstances.
1. To raise (a society) to an advanced stage of development. 2. To educate in manners; sophisticate.
The practices and forms prescribed by social convention or by authority.
a. Socially proper behavior. b. The prevailing customs of a society or period, especially as the subject of a literary work.
1. Suitable; appropriate. 2. Called for by rules or conventions; correct. 3. Strictly following rules or conventions; seemly.
1. To cause to become less naive and more worldly. 2. To refine. 3. A sophisticated person.
Personal integrity: strong moral character or strength, and adherence to ethical principles.
HOW TO INSULT FOR THE PRINCIPAL OR DEMONSTRATING A POINT
- Buy some food, item, pay for it, then give it back and walk away. This will drive them crazy.
- Stop talking or doing anything, this shows they are not worth the time of day.
In sociology, manners are the unenforced standards of conduct which show the actor that you are proper, polite, and refined. They are like laws in that they codify or set a standard for human behavior, but they are unlike laws in that there is no formal system for punishing transgressions, other than social disapproval. They are a kind of norm. What is considered "mannerly" is highly susceptible to change with time, geographical location, social stratum, occasion, and other factors. That manners matter is evidenced by the fact that large books have been written on the subject, advice columns frequently deal with questions of mannerly behavior, and that schools have existed for the sole purpose of teaching manners. A lady is a term frequently used for a woman who follows proper manners; the term gentleman is used as a male counterpart; though these terms are also often used for members of a particular social class.