Research: Internet

http://www.emilypost.com/index.htm

Emily Post—the most trusted name in etiquette—has always been there to help people navigate every conceivable social situation. The tradition continues with this 100 percent revised and updated edition, which covers the formal, the traditional, the contemporary, and the casual.

The Emily Post Institute, created by Emily in 1946 and run today by third generation family members, serves as a “civility barometer” for American society and continues Emily’s work. That work has grown to address the societal concerns of the 21st century including business etiquette, raising polite children and civility in America.

Emily Post’s Etiquette, 17th Edition also remains the definitive source for timeless advice on entertaining, social protocol, table manners, guidelines for religious ceremonies, expressing condolences, introductions, how to be a good houseguest and host, invitations, correspondence, planning a wedding, giving a toast, and sportsmanship.

http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-etiquette.htm

The article briefly explains what etiquette is. It also mentioned why it is important to know etiquette as it helps govern one’s behaviour. Different countries have different cultures and etiquette may differ.

http://www.associatedcontent.com/topic/133992/social_etiquette.html?cat=60

Contain a series of articles published that is related to etiquette

http://www.mannersinternational.com/

Manners International is a multifaceted consulting corporation that provides etiquette and protocol workshops, instructional videos, interactive online learning solutions and instructional kits.

Manners International’s workshops and media products are designed to meet the growing demand for effective manners, etiquette and protocol improvement solutions.

Etiquette and protocol are society’s guideposts for recognizing and respecting other individuals, cultures and customs. Manners International provides the needed knowledge to respond to domestic or international business and social situations for the new millennium.

http://www.debretts.com/

Debrett’s is the modern authority on all matters etiquette, taste and achievement. Recognising people of distinction and the finer things in life are true to Debrett’s heritage, rooted in publishing chronicles of the great and the good over the past two centuries.

Debrett’s range of modern etiquette publications such as Debrett’s A-Z of Modern Manners, Debrett’s Wedding Guide, Debrett’s Correct Form, Debrett’s Etiquette for Girls and Debrett’s Guide for the Modern Gentleman are acclaimed, indispensable references in a world where ‘getting it right’ is more and more important with conventions less and less understood.

In the book – A-Z of Modern Manners, the content includes: apologising, babies, chivalry, drunkenness, eavesdropping, funerals, guests, honesty, invitations, jargon, kissing, laughing, mobiles, nannies, office parties, proposals, queuing, restaurants, swearing, tipping, underwear, vulgarity, wine, xenophobia, yawning, zips, etc. It is Debrett’s first book defining modern manners in over a decade. It provides a comprehensive review of traditional codes of conduct, which is entertaining and refreshing with an insight into new social challenges and modern dilemmas.

http://www.etiquetteandmanners.net/index.html

Etiquette & Manners presents contemporary fundamental etiquette programs which are universally accepted for children, young adults and adults.  This is accomplished by providing leadership and lifetime skills through good manners and proper etiquette in the highest professional manner.

Lisa Melchiorri is the Founder and Director of Etiquette & Manners.  Ms. Melchiorri received her training under Dorothea Johnson, the Founder of The Protocol School of Washington, the leader and first company to provide professional training and certification in etiquette and protocol in the United States of America.  As a graduate of The Protocol School of Washington, Ms. Melchiorri is providing the highest quality programs available to her clients.  Ms. Melchiorri has over 18 years of experience on Wall Street — between New York City and Boston — as Director of Operations and Administration during which she hired, trained and supervised staff and was responsible for the allocation of $10 million.  More recently, she was an integral part of a management team for an accredited graduate school, where she created the financial aid department and implemented all its processes and procedures.

http://www.helium.com/knowledge/151954-guide-to-general-public-etiquette

There are a few articles written on guide to general public etiquette.

http://changing-personal-habits.suite101.com/article.cfm/40_manners_for_every_situation

It contains a list of manners for different situation.

http://www.tictacdo.com/ttd/Have-Good-Manners

It consists of a list about how to have good manners

http://www.ncgenweb.us/chowan/glimpses/mealrules.htm

It is about table manners.

http://promdress.net/final/index.html

The writer introduces the importance of etiquette and manners in a society. He stated that ‘’the fabric of public society lies in the manners of the individuals that make up that society. To hold this fabric together, you have to have those manners. If you don’t have them, then public society will kick you out.’’

http://useyourinsidevoice.com/?cat=5

The writer opened this blog in response to the worldwide epidemic of bad manners that seems to be growing at an astonishing rate. He posts entries about different public manners and etiquette.

http://www.wikihow.com/Have-Good-Manners

‘’Etiquette isn’t just for Emily Post and stuffy snobs. Good manners make good first impressions, and can impact how well people like you. ‘’

http://www.a-to-z-of-manners-and-etiquette.com/manners-and-etiquette-for-children.html

A guide of manners and etiquette, divided into number of categories from a-z,for example, pets, business, telephone, e-mail, funeral, table manners, office, school, etc

http://www.etiquettemoms.com/teen_etiquette.jsp

It provides workshops/courses for people to join, and get trained on how to teach the teens about etiquette and manners.

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: