Is shame necessary? : new uses for an old tool / Jennifer Jacquet ; illustrations by Brendan O'Neill Kohl.
- First edition.
- New York : Pantheon Books, 
209 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
- Presents a "case for public shaming as a nonviolent form of resistance that can challenge corporations and even governments to change policies and behaviors that are detrimental to the environment. Jennifer Jacquet argues that public shaming, when it has been retrofitted for the age of social media and aimed in the proper direction, can help compensate for the limitations of guilt in a globalized world. Jacquet leaves us with a new understanding of how public shame, when applied in the right way and at the right time, has the capacity to keep us from failing other species in life's fabric and, ultimately, from failing ourselves"--Amazon.com.
- Shame explained
The limits to guilt
How norms become normal
The 7 habits of highly effective shaming
The scarlet internet
Shaming in the attention economy
Reactions to shaming
The sweet spot of shame
Appendix: Shame totem v.2.1.
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 193-202) and index.
- 9780307907578 (hardcover : alkaline paper)
0307907570 (hardcover : alkaline paper)
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