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causing the shamed individual the equivalent of physical pain.
slightest misstep can be shamed in a matter of minutes.
In terms of how the women felt when they were shamed, 57% said they became annoyed, followed by angry at 25%.
As the seeming scenario of a definitive humiliation takes shape, the degree of Catherine's shame wavers along with the swells and ebbs of her idiolect to create a spectacle of a shamed interiority that is vividly but incompletely exposed and defined, enticing readers to look closely and think critically as they negotiate ambiguous attributions of shame that might reverberate onto their own interpretive practices.
Some sorts of shame have little to offer the shamed individual but a paralyzing trauma (Woodward 2000: 213, 228, 229, 233).
In fact, internally shamed individuals tend to believe they exist negatively in the mind of the others, and to negatively compare themselves with them.
Who cares if anybody bleats about human rights and the psychological damage that can be done to a teenager named and shamed like that?
Moreover, the stigmatizing effects of publicizing crime are costly for the people being shamed, and these costs have the potential to deter shamed convicts from repeating their criminal acts.
Finally, the mental anguish associated with being publicly shamed surely doesn't exceed the mental and physical anguish criminals feel when they are imprisoned, where they face the very real danger of being physically and mentally abused by other prisoners.
It does not matter whether the humiliated one has been shamed by derisive laughter or whether he mocks himself.
Some of the "named and shamed" cities, as Wallstrom called them, still discharge untreated wastewater into the environment in violation of the 1991 directive's deadlines.
As evidence of this, children are commonly shamed by caregivers and peers when they violate cultural expectations for their gender group (e.g., Kaufman, 1989; M.
Would-be offenders will be deterred by the threat of being shamed for their offenses, and the retributive goals of the criminal law are satisfied by the reputational penalties suffered by actual offenders as a result of their shaming.