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1 This sharing of expectations about acceptable behaviour ensures conformity.
2 To summarize, norms define appropriate and acceptable behaviour in specific situations.
3 What is the definition of what acceptable behaviour inside a football ground?
4 Children being punished for acceptable behaviour .
5 The new politics centre on reinforcing what is good and acceptable behaviour .
6 Social norms are unspoken rules that govern acceptable behaviours in a given social situation.
7 Maintaining acceptable behaviour and effective relationships in the workplace is a primary leadership responsibility.
8 Commonly, both are used consistently to help replace an undesirable behaviour with acceptable behaviour .
9 What's morally acceptable behaviour ?
10 It can help set against standards of what is acceptable behaviour and what is not.
11 Not acceptable behaviour at all.
12 Not acceptable behaviour at all.
13 All the evidence suggests that schools are generally well-ordered places where acceptable behaviour is the norm.
14 Look out for the next genuine opportunity to praise your child for some acceptable behaviour .
15 Make sure that you have clear rules about what is acceptable behaviour in your home.
16 OUTRAGEOUS and outside the bounds of acceptable behaviour ...' thundered the White House.
17 Warnings were issued to the neighbour, and an Acceptable Behaviour Agreement was arranged.
18 Rather , parents and communities needed to share the responsibility of teaching children standards of acceptable behaviour .
19 They have to begin the long process of gaining acceptable behaviour contracts or anti- social behaviour orders.
20 Draw up a 'contract' with your partner spelling out the limits of acceptable behaviour .
21 But in sum, these steps take the mutual funds sector over the line of acceptable behaviour .
22 In most work environments there is a local border line for what is considered to be acceptable behaviour .
23 The physician must stress that teaching about limits and acceptable behaviour takes time and a great deal of energy.
24 After fair warnings the police should have the power to impose immediately an acceptable behaviour contract or anti-social behaviour order.
25 There are stories about creation, socially acceptable behaviour , and explanations why some things are the way they are.
26 Criminal libel is unlikely to occur other than rarely, but is available to define the limits of acceptable behaviour .
27 This minefield is compounded by the moral nature of the problem; about what is and is not acceptable behaviour .
28 If I was the proprietor I would telling the staff that the pranks were not acceptable behaviour in any event.
29 We are all able, at a common-sense level, to identify what is acceptable behaviour in any new group.
30 Another measure used in the UK to tackle ASB is the use of Acceptable Behaviour Contracts (ABCs).
31 Leaders not only set direction , style and tone for their organisations but they condone and reinforce patterns of acceptable behaviour .
32 Certainly, most members receive education on acceptable behaviour and equity and diversity, some also receiving this before they are deployed.
33 This vulnerability is only exploited over time, through a progression of small steps that, individually, raise no alarm, but in sum, cross the line of acceptable behaviour .
34 It is not of course the criminal acts themselves which draw the majority together, but the publicising and punishing of crime, with the public trial of law-breakers also helping to clarify the boundaries of socially acceptable behaviour .
35 Also praise your child for acceptable behaviour and record this in the book on a separate page (such as 'helped carry shopping').
36 They don't have to earn or even deserve the praise or the cascade of 'goodies' heaped upon them; consequently they fail to recognize and attribute a causal connection between acceptable behaviour and rewards.
37 If, on the other hand the conscience demands the rejection of a proposed action which has been incorporated into the Created God, and which has not been classified as evil, and is therefore acceptable behaviour , then that is the effect of a guilt complex.
38 I have friends who are in relationships and every time I see the issues that they have to put up with, the unreasonable demands, the unwillingness for the woman to compromise; generally the socially acceptable behaviour is for a man to compromise his passions, his interests and his plans for the woman in his life.
39 I didn't grow up watching Utd players act like that, and I wouldn't want children of mine growing up watching that too, thinking it's acceptable behaviour .
40 Their answer appears to be not actually involve the system at all; instead giving police the power to abuse their position in as many ways as they see fit , such as being able to not just close "crack dens" but also houses where noisy parties are taking place, to ban individuals from city centres without having to go to court and fine the parents of children who break their " acceptable behaviour " contracts.