Forni discusses Choosing Civility, college common reading book
Most people would agree that thoughtful behavior and common decency are in short supply in today’s hurried world of e-mails, cell phones, and multitasking. In Choosing Civility, Forni identifies the twenty-five rules that are most essential in connecting effectively with others. In clear and witty language, he also provides examples of how to put each rule into practice. A native of Italy, Forni is an award-winning professor at Johns Hopkins University and co-founder of the Johns Hopkins Civility Project, whose aim was to assess the significance of civility, manners, and politeness in contemporary society.
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