• Positive politeness: Seeks to make a good relationship between parties; respects a person 's need to be liked and understood. Direct speech acts, cursing and dismissing Grice 's maxims can be considered aspects of positive politeness because: • they show an consciousness that the relationship is strong enough to cope with what would normally be considered impolite (in the popular understanding of the term); • they articulate an awareness of the other person 's values, which accomplishes the person 's will to be accepted. Some cultures seem to prefer one of these kinds of politeness over the other. In this way politeness is culturally bound. Being polite means being aware of and admiring the feelings of other people.
Etiquette is the fruit of manners, and it deals directly with kindness, consideration, elegance and style. “Etiquette involves putting others first, but not necessarily putting yourselves down. Etiquette should flow out of a gracious and kind heart and not be rigidly followed like a set of commandments.” (Bickerstaff Glover, n.d.). Etiquette is more realized then caught, and the customs may vary from one culture to another (Bickerstaff Glover,
The book also states that “Symbolic culture is another name for non-material culture.”() Subculture also helps culture because it it two different groups who may share a number of similar things. The book defines that subculture is “The values and related behaviors of a group; an world within a world.” () Different cultures can have non-material and material subcultures. Socialization helps make up culture as well. Socialization helps us come to realization about whether or not a person or group is friendly or warm
It about leading the follower in right direction by using right tool. Leader shall respect other people’s value, their decision, allow others to be themselves with creative wants and desires. Serves other: it’s about helping other and showing right direction. Ethical leader always link the personal goal with the organizational goal. They clarify the vision, mission and communicate coordinate to get result.
Culture Culture is learned and shared behaviors, beliefs, attitudes, values, and material objects that characterize a particular group or society. While society is a group of people that has lived and worked together long enough to become an organized population and o think of themselves as a social unit. The characteristics or culture is learned, transmitted from generation to generation, it’s shared, is also adaptive and always changing. Culture can be broken up into two such Material Culture and Non-material Culture; Material Culture consist of the tangible objects that people in society make, use and share like furniture, jewelry. While Nonmaterial culture deals with the way people interpret and understand the world; some example of these
The rules of life that people live by define them as individuals. These rules distinguish character, moral fiber, as well as how a person is perceived by others. As life progresses, often times, these rules may change, which causes a shift in personality and general societal behavior. This was most certainly the case for myself. By following these rules, I am a better parent, spouse, and citizen.
As a child I have always been intrigued by the question “What forms a society”, or more specifically: “Why is it that we need to follow the standards of society?” Every day we are taught to conform to society’s norms and follow the same path as everybody else, but simply because everybody is following it does not necessarily mean that it is the best or the correct way of living. Societal norms do have their advantages seeing that they help manage the community and aim to organize groups of people together. Societal norms can also help ease communication and understanding between people since there is a way to do everything by everyone and most events and actions are predictable. Despite this, society does have some norms, which can infuriate many people. As J. Krishnamurti once said: “It is no measure of health to be well-adjusted to a profoundly sick society.” one
When they are much younger, they are taught to share with people, to be involved in playing sports, to be brave, to have courage and to be friendly which ultimately contributes to forming a habit, making these habits/virtues innate (Gilkey, 2008). It is only when they are much older do they understand the value and the importance of these habits and that by having them they have moulded their character and the person they are today. In order for learners to acquire these virtues and habits, the best way would be for them to be exhibited – if you are in a situation that you need guidance in what you should do, you will look to someone who is virtuous and this would be evident as the individual would be flourishing (Gilkey, 2008). Learners will of course acquire virtues from their parents, but a teacher has the crucial role of demonstrating virtues such as courage so that the learners can learn from the teacher and develop their character. Therefore it is evident that Aristotle’s argument of
Culture is a way of life of a group of individuals in which individuals' beliefs, behaviours, morals, customs, laws, knowledge existing capabilities and habits are acquired by man as a member of social group. Culture is important to society because it is constructed by social norms of society. An individual cannot understand one without the other because one shapes the other, and he is attracted and interacted by the ways of their people with one another - perceive their environment is also a part of culture. Society could not function without cultural norms that assist in governing the behaviour and values, and culture cannot exist without societal influence to create it. if they must coexist in organize for human to exist in an organized