On queuing

IB English B: On queuing

Identity and social rules... Who we are is, in part at least, what we do - in other words, our internalised value systems are in part defined by external social rules and conventions. Whether we like it or not, our sense of self is formed by what others will think of us in common given situations. Like queuing, for instance...As the following passage suggests, it is commonly assumed that a defining custom of the English...

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