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Courtesy Manners – demonstrate one’s ability to put the interests of others before oneself; to display selfâ€Écontrol and good intent for the purposes of being trusted in social interactions. Courtesy manners help to maximise the benefits of group living by regulating social interaction.
Cultural Norm Manners – typically demonstrate one’s identity within a specific socio-cultural group. Adherence to cultural norm manners allows for the demarcation of socioâ€Écultural identities and the creation of boundaries which inform who is to be trusted or who is to be deemed as ‘other’. Cultural norm manners are learnt through the enculturation and routinisation of ‘the familiar’ and through exposure to ‘otherness’ or those who are identified as foreign or different.
Rules of etiquette encompass most aspects of social interaction in any society, though the term itself is not commonly used. A rule of etiquette may reflect an underlying ethical code, or it may reflect a person's fashion or status. Rules of etiquette are usually unwritten, but aspects of etiquette have been modified from time to time.
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