Other examples of folkways include the concept of appropriate dress, the practice of raising one's hand to take turns speaking in a group, and the practice of " civil inattention "—when we politely ignore others around us in public settings. Religious doctrines are an example of mores that govern social behavior. People feel strongly about mores, and violating them typically results in disapproval or ostracizing. However, they do not have moral significance, and there are rarely serious consequences or sanctions for violating them. They might punish her behavior by scolding her, threatening judgment in the afterlife, or shunning her from their homes and the church. Laws exist to discourage behavior that would typically result in injury or harm to another person, including violations of property rights.