Respect

Children who aren't reprimanded and spanked tend to turn out spoiled and have no respect for authority, elders, and even their own parents.
  — Crystal Roberts, Spanking teaches kids discipline (2007)

Respect comes in three vague levels: default respect, no respect, and high respect. and relates to how people interact with each other.

LevelsEdit

Default respectEdit

This level of respect refers the the basic level of courtesy that the culture requires between two people, this is often not directly referred to as respect, except during admonition of someone for it's absence. e.g. "show me some respect!". It is also this level that is referred to when a child is told to respect adults in general.

High respectEdit

This level if respect is the one people most often mean when they say they respect someone, meaning the person has done something that referrer believes warrants recognition beyond the minimum the culture requires. e.g. "Mr Smith has earned my respect for doing that"

No respectEdit

This level of respect is the level of lowered or absence of the other two level, and is also generally earned for actions which the referrer despises. e.g. "I have no respect for people who engage in such activity."

Spanking videosEdit

Disrespect results in corporal punishment in the titles below.

See alsoEdit