Concept and What is: Label | Psychology

Label is a science of human behavior. The human society established behaviors that define rejecting or accepting for the common good. Socially acceptable or expected attitudes are studied and applied through the rules of etiquette - a word that originates from the French verb estiquer (attach to inform, identify content or signal the presence). It was through the calls of the court of Louis XIV that the emerging bourgeoisie received invitations to dinner with the nobility and hosted by the invitation was an attachment labeled with recommendations of how to behave. In this context arose then, the label as a code of conduct in social environment.

Among the segments that is crafted, the label is present in the professional context (a good basic education in business, to succeed in any career, and also as part of the marketing staff); behavior at the table (basic recommendations to enjoy the dinners and parties with elegance, respecting the manners, besides the food, is also working elegance in appropriate clothing, personal hygiene); presence at weddings, anniversaries and other (specific ceremonies may require pipelines serving to facilitate the achievement of the celebration); and recently conceptualized label standards in a virtual environment, for example by establishing standards on netqueta (label on the Internet) and celetiqueta (label in the cell).

A netbook makes performing office tasks, anywhere and smartphone (a type of phone "smart") is the basic characteristics connection and multifunctionality, the device can be connected to computers and share calendar, contacts, send and receive e-mails, etc. In addition to professional environments, often the disclosure of a prompt "Please turn off your mobile" makes up the opening of a variety of events, and in the most diverse places: churches, theaters, cinemas, presentations, lectures, public procurement, among others.

In order to exemplify the application of good conduct rules on the use of mobile devices, is reproduced below a basic list (and humorous) that makes a reference to the 10 commandments with good communication tips via phone, published on 19 / 04/2007 and updated on 15/03/2012 at site "UOL":

1. You shall not speak while driving
There are enough people in the world with problems controlling vehicles or phones individually. Put them together and have a great danger in our hands.

2. Thou shalt not wear your Bluetooth headset in any situation
You are there, using your Bluetooth headset, because at any moment an urgent call may arise, and you must be available to meet anyway. And then begins to walk down the street while gesturing wildly. In fact, the handset is very practical, but a few hours it is best to come unglued a little of it, right?

3. You shall not speak louder on your mobile than speak on any other phone
Yes, it is true that the phone does not convey what you say just like a regular telephone. Yet they capture and transmit your voice satisfactorily. No need to shout.

4. Thou shalt not cling too much to your cell
For obvious reasons, ongoing communication dependence is not healthy. At work, you can even enlouquer with her, but at home, take a rest to your device.

5. not suffer the phone on the table he touch case
We are not in the Wild West and you are not a sniper sitting in a poker game in the lounge, which needs cash out your phone quickly to hear the first ring. If it rings, you can hear it very well if it is in your pocket or belt.

6. Will you not the most important cell of the company
"If you both talking on your cell phone, do not need my company," quoted Sherrie player. It also means not make calls when a waiter is writing down your order (better leave the restaurant and go back to your request when you finish your call) or when you are in a row.

7. not suffer the ringing phone just to show your taps "funky"
Ringtones turned mania. But no one needs to listen to the song of your football team just because you want to show your love to the fans.

8. You should turn off your cell phone at funerals, weddings, yoga classes and any places where it would not be allowed to take a child crying
Do crybaby test. If you were ashamed of having a child crying in a given situation, then mute your phone.

9. Do not engrave an introduction message longer than 15 seconds
I am sure many remember recording the answering machine of George Constanza, the pessimist the Seinfeld show, set to the song "The Greatest American Hero". It was brilliant, but sorry, only the show's class had the patience to listen to it until the end.

10. Never atenderás your phone while in the bathroom
In the information age, we can not lose sight of three very important letters: TMI (Too Much Information). This expression is used when excess discloses personal information, as to make the recipient feel uncomfortable.
Translated for educational purposes.
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