for shame

for shame

An expression of angry, 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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Although commentators have argued that shaming sanctions will have no deterrent effect in today's modern society because of the lack of close-knit community characteristics, (229) there is certainly a possibility that this argument does not apply to the communities people create on the Internet because "as conditions change the opportunities for shame ebb and flow.
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.
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.
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.
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.
66) And while a structured system of shaming is likely to be less variable than existing informal social mechanisms for shame, (67) factors like an individual's standing in the community, the negative exposure he will attract, and the outrage his conduct will provoke would need to be further understood if this optimal level of shaming could be achieved.
Hannah and Isaac love each other, sharing the horror of the blizzard, which they survived wrapped in one another's arms under a haystack--another reason for shame, as far as Hannah's father is concerned.
74 for shame and guilt, respectively; Tangney, Wagner, Fletcher, & Gramzow, 1992).
In other words, for shame to be experienced, the very resource to displace the Antisemitism must be present.
This follows from the very nature of shame itself, for shame is an emotion that we feel in the presence of others who know us and know our misdeeds.
Over the years, as a man[sic] comes to be governed by reason and brings his affects under control, his need for shame virtually disappears.
Not only must the focus and goal of the intervention be different for shame vs.