Learning civility

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Civility in life

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  1. Are you an asshole? - Take the ARSE, an asshole self-rating exam
  2. Bad is stronger than good: Why good bosses eliminate the negative first (Bob Sutton, Sep 12, 2010)
  3. Responding to hostile emails from high conflict personalities (Psychology Today, Dec 2, 2010)

Civility on the internet

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  1. Someone is wrong on the internet (xkcd, Duty Calls)
  2. Is Internet Civility an Oxymoron? (The Wall Street Journal)

Civility in wiki

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  1. Wikiversity:Civility
  2. Wikipedia:Civility
  3. Category:User essays on civility
  4. Wikiversity studies: Learning from conflict and incivility
  5. Etiquette - Wikiversity:Etiquette
  6. Wikiversity:Respect people
  7. Wikiversity Course on Virtues: Civility


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  1. "Civility costs nothing and buys everything." Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, 1689–1766
  2. "Judge man’s civility not by his compassion for his friends, but by his compassion for his enemies." - The Da Vinci Code, 2003
  3. "Civility: freedom from barbarity, kindness, politeness" (Samuel Johnston)[1]

See also

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Cortina, L. M., V. J. Magley, J. H. Williams, & R. D. Langhout (2001). Incivility in the workplace: Incidence and impact. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 6, 64-80.

Van Fleet, D.D. & Van Fleet, E.W. (2007). Preventing workplace violence: the violence volcano metaphor. Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship, 12, 17-30.