A tiny human touch goes a long, long way
Tags: SOCIAL interaction
- Unusual places to meet men. Alkon, Amy; Minnick, Marlowe // Cosmopolitan;Nov96, Vol. 221 Issue 5, p134
Lists some of the more unusual places for women to meet men. Includes the grocery store; Eateries; Coffee bars; Congregation of large crowds in the aftermath of natural disasters; Book superstores; Party line.
- A new metaphor: Individuals as the sculptors. Goodrow, Kenneth R.; Lim, Mee-Gaik // Journal of Instructional Psychology;Sep97, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p191
Focuses on human as a symbol of human interaction acknowledging the power of relational transformation. Visually represented differences between metaphors; Trend toward personal involvement in multicultural matters.
- Green eggs and kao. Swartz, Mimi // Texas Monthly;Mar97, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p70
Shares the lessons that the author learned through her interaction with Chanhpheng Lianekeo, a Laotian woman who worked for her. Cultural differences; Qualities that the author feels her son learned from the Lianekeos; The relationship between her son and Adam, the son of Chanhpheng; The...
- Self, society and Kantian impersonality. Sorrell, Tom // Monist;Jan91, Vol. 74 Issue 1, p30
Addresses the issue of the behavior of a person in a society that claims to be just, with reference to a possible Kantian answer. Reference to Rawls' `A Theory of Justice'; Question pertaining to whether ideas of freedom, equality and rationality give us concept of a person with a place among...
- In defense of flirting. Johnson, Sam // Cosmopolitan;Jul94, Vol. 217 Issue 1, p12
Reflects on the disappearance of flirting from social interactions. Women's wariness of encouraging unprofessional behavior among male colleagues; Men's confusion on the boundaries of inoffensive behavior; Flirting as a means of communication.
- Benjamin News. Green, Gladene // Munday Courier (TX);10/3/2007, Vol. 34 Issue 44, p3
The article reports developments of different personalities in Knox County, Texas including DeAnn Lamb, Mason Herring and Irene Reed on their recovery from illness and the visitation made by Hazel Stockton, Jessica Moorhouse, Cathy Tomlinson to their respective relatives.
- Starved for Love. Yates, Becky // 21st Century;Oct1998, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p24
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of visiting the inner-city of Chicago, Illinois, as well as interacting with many needy people.
- It's nice to be wanted for your own sake. But to be wanted for someone else's sake is OK, too. Taylor, Laurie // New Statesman;09/25/98, Vol. 127 Issue 4404, p95
Provides a story that proves that to be wanted for your own sake and for someone else's sake is both good.
- The rudeness factor. Austin, April // Christian Science Monitor;11/8/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 244, p15
Discusses the author's confusion over why two women took offense when she asked them to be quiet while trying to listen to an instructor at the gym.