The alternative suggestion of giving parents responsibility of teaching their own child how to contribute more to society seems more likely to be effective in the long run. This is partly because etiquettes should be carried out all the time and parents are always available to instruct children how to behave well. Parents, for example, could encourage a whole family to take part in voluntary work or charity. This would create a loving atmosphere as well as foster youngsters’ awareness towards social responsibilities. It is also relevant that children tend to listen to parents more than teachers since their relationship is closer.