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Respect

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To me, respect has many different meanings. My favorite meaning is that respect is earned, not owed. Second is that manners has a lot to do with respect – if you have good manners, you are respected. To be respected you got to be helpful. People who work hard to support a family are usually respected.



By Wyatt, 13
Recorded at Jefferson-Morgan School District on October 31, 2012
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Students were asked what respect means to them.



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