for shame

for shame

An expression of angry or disappointed condemnation. For shame! You know better than to steal your sister's toys! I can't believe she took advantage of your feelings like that—for shame!
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for shame

Also, shame on you. An expression that condemns someone for being dishonorable or disgraceful. For example, " For shame," said Carol to the puppy, "You shouldn't have done that," or "Shame on you for cheating," the teacher said. [c. 1300]
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Is their place for shame in Bion's suite of emotional registers, L, H, and K, or do we need to introduce S and -S to account for shame affects and shamelessness?
In the present study, reliabilities were at levels considered as questionable to good (Streiner, 2003) for shame (.
Tangney and Dearing's (2002) study showed that women reported a greater propensity for shame than men across all ages.
Considered in this light, Austen's work helps to establish a central role for shame, as much as sensibility, in the development of the British novel--a role that, to the extent that emotional immersion in a text continues to be culturally constructed as somehow shameful, addresses ongoing questions about the possibilities for impassioned critical insights in our contemporary interpretive practices.
52) Urging human rights organizations to focus their activities on certain types of fights, Roth argued that there must be "relative clarity about the nature of the violation, violator, and remedy" in order for shame to be an effective mobilizer of change in governments.
In order for shame to recede over time, the client will need to challenge the thoughts that arouse shame.
Overall, given the scarcity of research on effective treatment options for shame and the scholarly support for the use of mindfulness and acceptance-based approaches, it is reasonable to suggest using a mindfulness approach to treat shame.
Bewes deconstructs the ontology of the subject that sustains Sartre's formulation of the perceptual relation that engenders the structure of shame (a formal relation that cannot be viewed as an ethical response to political inequality, but must be seen as a determinant condition built into the very apparatus of power), by arguing for shame as an experience of the dissolution and evacuation of the self.
The median score for shame (median=16) in the data suggests that 50 percent or more of the students who completed the survey at times felt shamed by others in reference to a range of personal attributes.
Couroy (2001) found that those who fail have the notion they will experience social isolation, which according to Katz (1999), is a direct cause for shame.
This could be a prerequisite for shame and honour to work in other contexts," co-author Arne Traulsen from the Max Planck Institute said.
congress so that new regulatory regimes are not adopted, since regulation, which is enforceable in the courts, is a substitute for shame in the United States.
When these relationships were assessed controlling for shame, shame-free guilt still correlated positively with all three closeness variables.
7) In the judicial system, with state criminal sanctions generally left to judicial discretion, most examples of shaming have been isolated to individual judges or probation officers with a penchant for shame.