The Resource Say please, say thank you : the respect we owe one another, Don McCullough

Say please, say thank you : the respect we owe one another, Don McCullough

Label
Say please, say thank you : the respect we owe one another
Title
Say please, say thank you
Title remainder
the respect we owe one another
Statement of responsibility
Don McCullough
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1949-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
McCullough, Donald W.
Dewey number
395
Index
no index present
LC call number
BJ1853
LC item number
.M44 1998
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Etiquette
  • Respect for persons
Label
Say please, say thank you : the respect we owe one another, Don McCullough
Link
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 279-286)
Contents
  • Say please: respecting the freedom of others -- Say thank you: acknowledging dependence on others -- Tell white lies (occasionally): protecting from unnecessary hurt -- Don't let your fingers do the talking: curbing violence within -- Don't show up at a wedding in a baseball cap: showing respect with what you wear -- Don't be late: guarding the time of others -- Repondez Sil Vous Plait: being considerate of others' plans -- Wait until everyone is served before you pick up a fork: Observing the social significance of meals -- Keep you feet off the coffee table: valuing the property of others -- Keep your bumper off my tailpipe: waiting your turn -- Hold your wind: trying no to offend with bodily grossness -- Pay what you owe: rendering others their due -- Keep your hands to yourself: Acknowledging sexual boundaries -- Be quiet in church: Cultivating a sense of reverence -- Don't wear red to a Chinese funeral: honoring our differences --
  • Apologize when you've blown it: accepting responsibility for your failures -- Use nice stationary: attending to the forms of communication -- Close your mouth and open your ears: learning to be a good listener -- Be first to reach for the tab: developing a generous spirit -- Leave a tip worth working for: noticing those who serve -- Go home before your host falls asleep: not abusing the gift of hospitality -- Hang up the phone during dinner and at bedtime: avoiding unnecessary intrusions -- Kneel down to speak with children: meeting others at their own level -- Respect your elders: honoring those who nurture and lead -- Watch what you say: understanding the power of words -- Don't leave a messy campsite: cleaning up after yourself -- Keep a secret: earning the trust of others -- Don't let your dog romance my leg: remembering not everyone shares your interests -- Stop drinking while you can still remember your mother's maiden name: bestowing the benefits of moderation -- Stay out of the bay until you know the difference between a starboard and a port tack: learning and obeying the rules of the road -- Don't tell jokes at the expense of others: forbearing humor that demeans -- Keep card companies in business: remembering milestones -- Tell your buddy his fly is open: speaking the truth in love -- Pretend you don't notice when your dinner partner drools: guarding the dignity of others -- Wave to motor boaters: strengthening the bonds of community -- Once in a while be a slob: knowing when to break the rules
Extent
1 online resource (286 pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1036845823
Label
Say please, say thank you : the respect we owe one another, Don McCullough
Link
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 279-286)
Contents
  • Say please: respecting the freedom of others -- Say thank you: acknowledging dependence on others -- Tell white lies (occasionally): protecting from unnecessary hurt -- Don't let your fingers do the talking: curbing violence within -- Don't show up at a wedding in a baseball cap: showing respect with what you wear -- Don't be late: guarding the time of others -- Repondez Sil Vous Plait: being considerate of others' plans -- Wait until everyone is served before you pick up a fork: Observing the social significance of meals -- Keep you feet off the coffee table: valuing the property of others -- Keep your bumper off my tailpipe: waiting your turn -- Hold your wind: trying no to offend with bodily grossness -- Pay what you owe: rendering others their due -- Keep your hands to yourself: Acknowledging sexual boundaries -- Be quiet in church: Cultivating a sense of reverence -- Don't wear red to a Chinese funeral: honoring our differences --
  • Apologize when you've blown it: accepting responsibility for your failures -- Use nice stationary: attending to the forms of communication -- Close your mouth and open your ears: learning to be a good listener -- Be first to reach for the tab: developing a generous spirit -- Leave a tip worth working for: noticing those who serve -- Go home before your host falls asleep: not abusing the gift of hospitality -- Hang up the phone during dinner and at bedtime: avoiding unnecessary intrusions -- Kneel down to speak with children: meeting others at their own level -- Respect your elders: honoring those who nurture and lead -- Watch what you say: understanding the power of words -- Don't leave a messy campsite: cleaning up after yourself -- Keep a secret: earning the trust of others -- Don't let your dog romance my leg: remembering not everyone shares your interests -- Stop drinking while you can still remember your mother's maiden name: bestowing the benefits of moderation -- Stay out of the bay until you know the difference between a starboard and a port tack: learning and obeying the rules of the road -- Don't tell jokes at the expense of others: forbearing humor that demeans -- Keep card companies in business: remembering milestones -- Tell your buddy his fly is open: speaking the truth in love -- Pretend you don't notice when your dinner partner drools: guarding the dignity of others -- Wave to motor boaters: strengthening the bonds of community -- Once in a while be a slob: knowing when to break the rules
Extent
1 online resource (286 pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1036845823

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