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  • On Saying Please
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  • On Saying Please
    Good Manners are of great value\ in human life. Bad manners are not a legal crime. But everybody dislikes a man with bad manners. Small courtesies win us a lot of friends. Words like 'please' and 'thank you' helps us in making our passage through life smooth. The law does not permit us to hit back if...
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  • Uncle Tom's Cabin
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  • Morals & Manners
    a historical examination argues that scientists’ civility to each other is what holds the venture together. Jerome Ravetz explains. The Scientific Life: A Moral History of a Late Modern Vocation by Steven Shapin University of Chicago Press: 2008. 486 pp. $29 As the embodiment of objectivity, scientific ...
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    in intercultural settings. The model builds on the ideas of the politeness theory (Brown & Levinson, 1978) and media richness theory (Daft & Lengel, 1984). The model presents a step-by-step guidance for matching an appropriate politeness strategy with a medium of the right richness in order to communicate...
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  • Eye Contact
    be interpreted. Meanwhile, African Americans tend to be somewhat more aggressive and mean exactly what they are saying when communicating. In this essay we will discuss and explore the differences in these two cultures with specifics on the appropriateness of eye contact. What is considered as respect...
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  • Power, Severity, and Context in Disagreement
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