Who decides what is good etiquette?
I mean, what is the standard. Does it vary among cultures or countries? Is any of it actually ethical?
- LiverGirl98Lv 73 weeks agoFavorite Answer
Etiquette varies across cultures and throughout history, etiquette has been defined by different and diverse social standards/settings. Generally, good etiquette is considered interconnected and collectively understood rules implying acceptable/positive impressions as we each engage in social and business scenarios. These rules have evolved over time, and continue to reflect current social norms and ethical codes.