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What's Right with You: An Interactive Character Development Guide
All rights reserved, Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group. Please contact the publisher for permission to copy, distribute or reprint. Tthe specific material reused is pages 77-83 , Chapter 7: Good Citizen: Trustworthy by Amy B. Myers from What's Right with You: An Interactive Character Guide by M. Scheiring (2017) reproduced by permission of Rowman & Littlefield, https://rowman.com/
As stated in the beginning of chapter 5, each trait addressed in the specified chapter is titled with the traits, then in the chapter there are character behavior definitions followed by anecdotes about where this trait was witnessed. Or, there may be a story having the time when the person involved, personally, acted on this trait. Such is the case for this chapter with the two culminating internationally recognized person-of-good-character traits of being a good citizen, and being trustworthy. The contributors are all speaking reflectively about a time in their lives that was of such emotional significance that it is remembered from a few years to decades later. Each definition is followed by one or two examples presented anecdotally. The chapter ends with “Journal and/or Discussion Questions.
Meyers, Amy B. Ph.D., LCSW-R, "Good Citizen: Trustworthy" (2017). Faculty Works: Social Work. 1.