When there is no respect, it leads to conflicts that generate violence , and this can lead to punishment in the event that a serious offense is committed due to the breach of respect for others (which is generally reprehensible by moral and / or legal codes of conduct ).
It is highlighted that some concepts of respect are universal regardless of the culture or society to which one belongs, as well as the cultural degree of the society to which one belongs, is the case, for example, of respect for life from its beginning ( conception), until its natural end, because (as in this case), it is the greatest respect, where if this respect is lost, the most important right of any human being is violated (or in his case of another being alive). In this case, it is about respect, an inalienable right, without which all the others par excellence are lost.
Examples of respect:
1. Respect for others: respect the rights of others and treat them politely.
2. Respect for nature: take care of nature and not damage it.
3. Respect for authority: follow the rules dictated by the authority.
4. Respect for the laws: obey what the law requires.
5. Respect for parents: treat parents with respect and obedience.
6. Respect for values: follow the values dictated by moral norms.
7. Respect for good customs: respect the customs that are followed in the place where you are going.
8. Respect for social norms: behave according to what society marks as respectful
9. Respect for animals: do not mistreat animals, or abandon them, on the contrary, take care of and protect them.
10. Respect for oneself: respect one’s beliefs and values.
11. Respect for freedom: it is to respect the right of people to do what they want as long as they do not cause harm.
12. Respect for the family: is to respect all members regardless of age or hierarchy.
13. Respect for hierarchy: it is the respect that people deserve according to the importance of their position or hierarchical rank.
14. Respect for national symbols: it is to respect the emblems, symbols and flags of a nation and what they represent.
15. Respect for ideologies: it is respect for ideas or thoughts that are alien or contrary to ours, even if we do not accept them.
16. Respect for the elderly: is to treat the elderly and the elderly with dignity and kindness.
17. Political respect: it is respect for the political orientation of people.
18. Respect for nations: it is to avoid causing or falling into conflicts with other countries.
19. Respect for children: is to care for and provide for children and minors.
20. Respect for life: it is respecting and caring for the different forms of life, their nature and actions.
21. Respect on the Internet: it is to avoid treating any other Internet user badly and not damaging their fame or self-esteem
22. Respect for the truth: it is not to act based on falsehoods or to give a false image of oneself
23. Respect for human dignity: it is respect for the rights, honor and dignity of others.
24. Respect for fear: it is the respect forced by the fear of a reaction or consequence
25. Respect for convenience: it is when people believe they get something in exchange for respecting and treating someone well.
26. Respect for traditions: it is when despite not sharing them or believing them outdated, the traditions of a family or culture are respected
27. Respect for affection: it is the respect that is given to loved ones, despite their ideologies or way of being
28. Forced respect: is when respect is sought in any way forces the will of those who want to respect
29. Respect for property: it is the respect we give to real estate, objects and anything else that is not our property.
30. Respect for our own: it is the respect we give to everything that we consider ours, such as animals, relatives, partners and material possessions.