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An emphasis on these aspects appears to bring the emergence of shame into clearer focus using Bion's conceptual system.
Yet despite the clear evidence linking poverty to psychological distress, policies tackling poverty do not typically take shame into account.
Yet, despite the clear evidence linking poverty to psychological distress, policies tacking poverty do not typically take shame into account.
We also hypothesized that individuals who turn shame into aggression toward others (CoSS; Elison et al.
For example, changing shame into anger may undo the shame affect while providing the client with information about his true feelings about being wronged by another person (Greenberg, 2007).
Bewes divides The Event of Postcolonial Shame into three parts: "The Form of Shame," "The Time of Shame," and "The Event of Shame.
In terms of the latter, the emphasis on the death drive and related pessimistic and "anti-relational" affects--deployed as if they were the only way to legitimate a psychoanalytic approach--has transformed shame into something like a political means of resistance rather than, say, a reaction to homophobic cultural attitudes.
In such cases, the society that uses shaming may attempt to translate losses emanating from shame into monetary terms, since the society that uses shame may see this as the only effective way of communicating across cultures.
Tangney JP, Wagner P, Fletcher C, Gramzow R: Shame into anger?
that judges who incorporate shame into their judicial arsenal as a form
They will need to integrate their shame into who they are, not just as an aberration but as a crucial aspect of who and what they are and have been.
Furthermore, people may attempt to affirm their affective self-containment by violently projecting the undesirable feeling of shame into others.