References & Citations
The Institute for Civility’s description of civility is broadly recognized as a leading definition. Below is a non-comprehensive list of recent citations and references in academic literature and other print sources.
Adams, D. K. (2022). Ethics in Civil and Structural Engineering: Professional Responsibility and Standard of Care. McGraw-Hill Education.
Bennett, S. A. (2022). Silence, Civility, and Sanity: Hope for Humanity in a Digital Age. Rowman & Littlefield.
Bromell, D., & Bromell, D. (2019). Pluralism, Tribalism and Civility. Ethical Competencies for Public Leadership: Pluralist Democratic Politics in Practice, 21-43.
Brown, B. (2019). Braving the Wilderness: The quest for true belonging and the courage to stand alone. Random House.
Carroll-Garrison, M. M. (2012). An exploration of managers’ awareness and reaction to workplace incivility: A grounded theory study (Doctoral dissertation, University of Phoenix).
Cormier, A. A., & Brighouse, H. (2019). Creating civil citizens? The value and limits of teaching civility in schools. Macleod C, Tappolet C, editors. Philosophical perspectives on moral and civic education: shaping citizens and their schools. New York: Routledge; 2019. p. 68-85.
DeIuliis, D., & Flinko, S. (2016). Professional civility and problematic relationships in the workplace. Communication Research Trends, 35(1), 4-28.
Doucette, W. C., & Tolley, R. L. (2017). Using civility in the form of mindful speech and action to cultivate empathy among library employees. In Emotion in the library workplace. Emerald Publishing Limited.
Fichtenbaum, R. H. (2010). From the president: Civility. Redbook, 96.
Gamm, E., & Barton, A. J. (2022). Finding Civil Discourse. Journal of Nursing Education, 61(4), 171-172.
Golden, C. M. (2016). Tear Down This Wall: Charitable Citizenship and the Deficit of Public Trust in the Age of Trump. Georgetown University’s Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal, Special Issue on the.
Gorman, G. (2016). Flying without a Net: Nontenured Faculty in the Era of Civility. International Review of Qualitative Research, 9(2), 261-265.
Gurian, E. H. (2014). Intentional civility. Curator: The Museum Journal, 57(4), 473-484.
Hammett, D., & Jackson, L. (2018). Developing a ‘civil’ society in partial democracies: In/civility and a critical public sphere in Uganda and Singapore. Political Geography, 67, 145-155.
Johnson, R. L., Corcoran, E. F., Yerace, F., Satterfield, C., & Chan, H. (2020). Developing Civility and Connection in Midland, Michigan.
Kaufmann, M. (2007). of civility for physicians. How physicians can influence their “SCARF”, 118, 90-101.
Kaufmann, M. Definitions of civility.
Kaufmann, M. (2014). The Five Fundamentals of Civility for Physicians: initiating an important conversation—series introduction. Ontario Med Rev.
Kelsey, J. (2019). Practicing civility in an uncivil age. Review & Expositor, 116(2), 146-159.
Kettler, J. J., Fowler, L., & Witt, S. L. (2022). Is It Us? Is It Them? Or Is It This Place? Predicting Civility in State Legislatures. State Politics & Policy Quarterly, 22(1), 50-69.
Motion, J. (2020). Public relations in our everyday lives. In Popular Culture and Social Change (pp. 13-28). Routledge.
Peterson, A. (2019). Civility and democratic education. Singapore: Springer.
Peterson, A., & Peterson, A. (2019). Civil Conduct: Tolerance, Deliberation and the Possibility of “Justified Incivility”. Civility and Democratic Education, 13-34.
Rigertas, L. (2023). Demonstrating Civility: A Law School Learning Outcome. Kentucky Law Journal, Forthcoming.
Romero Jr, A. (2017). Civility needs to return to higher education.
Shaaban-Magana, L. (2017). Civilizing the academy: critical discourse analysis of a university civility campaign. The University of Alabama.
Tragazikis, P., & Gouscos, D. (2018). Pattern-Based Game Apps for Collaborative Learning About Sustainable Management of Public Space. In Interactive Mobile Communication Technologies and Learning: Proceedings of the 11th IMCL Conference (pp. 232-239). Springer International Publishing.”
Waldron, J. (2013). Civility and formality. NYU School of Law, Public Law Research Paper, (13-57).
Ward, I. (2017). Democratic civility and the dangers of niceness. political theology, 18(2), 115-136.
Weeks, K. M. (2014). Doing Civility: Breaking the Cycle of Incivility on the Campus. Morgan James Publishing.