Good manners for nice people : who sometimes say f*ck
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Kirtland Community College Library||BJ 1533 .C9 A456 2014||30775305478597||General Collection||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9781250030719 (trade pbk.)
- ISBN: 1250030714 (trade pbk.)
- ISBN: 9781250030726 (e-book)
x, 289 pages ; 21 cm
- Edition: First Edition.
- Publisher: New York : St. Martins Griffin, 
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
|Formatted Contents Note:||I don't care where you put the fork -- We're rude because we live in societies -- Communicating -- The neighborhood -- The telephone -- The Internet -- Dating -- Going places -- Eating, drinking, socializing -- Friends with serious illnesses -- The apology -- Trickle-down humanity.|
|Summary, etc.:||We live in a world that's very different from the one in which Emily Post came of age. Many of us who are nice (but who also sometimes say "(f*ck)" are frequently at a loss for guidelines about how to be a good person who deals effectively with the increasing onslaught of rudeness we all encounter. To lead us out of the miasma of modern mannerlessness, science based and bitingly funny syndicated advice columnist Amy Alkon rips the doily off the manners genre and gives us a new set of rules for our twenty first century lives. With wit, style, and a dash of snark, Alkon explains that we now live in societies too big for our brains, lacking the constraints on bad behavior that we had in the small bands we evolved in. Alkon shows us how we can reimpose those constraints, how we can avoid being one of the rude, and how to stand up to those who are. Foregoing prissy advice on which utensil to use, Alkon answers the twenty first century's most burning questions about manners.|
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