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January 2017

Call for Papers: Special Issue on Feminism and Psychology

January 5 @ 8:00 am - July 31 @ 5:59 pm
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woman, shame, social science

A Politics of Shame: A Special Issue of Feminism and Psychology Guest Editors: Tamara Shefer, Ronelle Carolissen, Viv Bozalek and Sally Munt Shame is central and unavoidably part of the micropolitics and power relations of everyday life. Usually regarded as a generalised negative global self-assessment, shame has been understood as having the potential to silence, degrade, humiliate, isolate, exclude and negate a sense of belonging. Much work on shame in psychology fits in this individualising and individualistic genre. However, as…

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Call for Papers: Special Issue on Feminism and Psychology

January 6 @ 8:00 am - August 1 @ 5:59 pm
No Venue, NA
NA, New Zealand
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woman, shame, social science

A Politics of Shame: A Special Issue of Feminism and Psychology Guest Editors: Tamara Shefer, Ronelle Carolissen, Viv Bozalek and Sally Munt Shame is central and unavoidably part of the micropolitics and power relations of everyday life. Usually regarded as a generalised negative global self-assessment, shame has been understood as having the potential to silence, degrade, humiliate, isolate, exclude and negate a sense of belonging. Much work on shame in psychology fits in this individualising and individualistic genre. However, as…

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Call for Papers: Special Issue on Feminism and Psychology

January 7 @ 8:00 am - August 2 @ 5:59 pm
No Venue, NA
NA, New Zealand
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woman, shame, social science

A Politics of Shame: A Special Issue of Feminism and Psychology Guest Editors: Tamara Shefer, Ronelle Carolissen, Viv Bozalek and Sally Munt Shame is central and unavoidably part of the micropolitics and power relations of everyday life. Usually regarded as a generalised negative global self-assessment, shame has been understood as having the potential to silence, degrade, humiliate, isolate, exclude and negate a sense of belonging. Much work on shame in psychology fits in this individualising and individualistic genre. However, as…

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Call for Papers: Special Issue on Feminism and Psychology

January 8 @ 8:00 am - August 3 @ 5:59 pm
No Venue, NA
NA, New Zealand
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woman, shame, social science

A Politics of Shame: A Special Issue of Feminism and Psychology Guest Editors: Tamara Shefer, Ronelle Carolissen, Viv Bozalek and Sally Munt Shame is central and unavoidably part of the micropolitics and power relations of everyday life. Usually regarded as a generalised negative global self-assessment, shame has been understood as having the potential to silence, degrade, humiliate, isolate, exclude and negate a sense of belonging. Much work on shame in psychology fits in this individualising and individualistic genre. However, as…

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Call for Papers: Special Issue on Feminism and Psychology

January 9 @ 8:00 am - August 4 @ 5:59 pm
No Venue, NA
NA, New Zealand
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woman, shame, social science

A Politics of Shame: A Special Issue of Feminism and Psychology Guest Editors: Tamara Shefer, Ronelle Carolissen, Viv Bozalek and Sally Munt Shame is central and unavoidably part of the micropolitics and power relations of everyday life. Usually regarded as a generalised negative global self-assessment, shame has been understood as having the potential to silence, degrade, humiliate, isolate, exclude and negate a sense of belonging. Much work on shame in psychology fits in this individualising and individualistic genre. However, as…

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Call for Papers: Special Issue on Feminism and Psychology

January 10 @ 8:00 am - August 5 @ 5:59 pm
No Venue, NA
NA, New Zealand
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woman, shame, social science

A Politics of Shame: A Special Issue of Feminism and Psychology Guest Editors: Tamara Shefer, Ronelle Carolissen, Viv Bozalek and Sally Munt Shame is central and unavoidably part of the micropolitics and power relations of everyday life. Usually regarded as a generalised negative global self-assessment, shame has been understood as having the potential to silence, degrade, humiliate, isolate, exclude and negate a sense of belonging. Much work on shame in psychology fits in this individualising and individualistic genre. However, as…

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Call for Papers: Special Issue on Feminism and Psychology

January 11 @ 8:00 am - August 6 @ 5:59 pm
No Venue, NA
NA, New Zealand
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woman, shame, social science

A Politics of Shame: A Special Issue of Feminism and Psychology Guest Editors: Tamara Shefer, Ronelle Carolissen, Viv Bozalek and Sally Munt Shame is central and unavoidably part of the micropolitics and power relations of everyday life. Usually regarded as a generalised negative global self-assessment, shame has been understood as having the potential to silence, degrade, humiliate, isolate, exclude and negate a sense of belonging. Much work on shame in psychology fits in this individualising and individualistic genre. However, as…

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Call for Papers: Special Issue on Feminism and Psychology

January 12 @ 8:00 am - August 7 @ 5:59 pm
No Venue, NA
NA, New Zealand
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woman, shame, social science

A Politics of Shame: A Special Issue of Feminism and Psychology Guest Editors: Tamara Shefer, Ronelle Carolissen, Viv Bozalek and Sally Munt Shame is central and unavoidably part of the micropolitics and power relations of everyday life. Usually regarded as a generalised negative global self-assessment, shame has been understood as having the potential to silence, degrade, humiliate, isolate, exclude and negate a sense of belonging. Much work on shame in psychology fits in this individualising and individualistic genre. However, as…

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Call for Papers: Special Issue on Feminism and Psychology

January 13 @ 8:00 am - August 8 @ 5:59 pm
No Venue, NA
NA, New Zealand
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woman, shame, social science

A Politics of Shame: A Special Issue of Feminism and Psychology Guest Editors: Tamara Shefer, Ronelle Carolissen, Viv Bozalek and Sally Munt Shame is central and unavoidably part of the micropolitics and power relations of everyday life. Usually regarded as a generalised negative global self-assessment, shame has been understood as having the potential to silence, degrade, humiliate, isolate, exclude and negate a sense of belonging. Much work on shame in psychology fits in this individualising and individualistic genre. However, as…

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Call for Papers: Special Issue on Feminism and Psychology

January 14 @ 8:00 am - August 9 @ 5:59 pm
No Venue, NA
NA, New Zealand
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woman, shame, social science

A Politics of Shame: A Special Issue of Feminism and Psychology Guest Editors: Tamara Shefer, Ronelle Carolissen, Viv Bozalek and Sally Munt Shame is central and unavoidably part of the micropolitics and power relations of everyday life. Usually regarded as a generalised negative global self-assessment, shame has been understood as having the potential to silence, degrade, humiliate, isolate, exclude and negate a sense of belonging. Much work on shame in psychology fits in this individualising and individualistic genre. However, as…

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Call for Papers: Special Issue on Feminism and Psychology

January 15 @ 8:00 am - August 10 @ 5:59 pm
No Venue, NA
NA, New Zealand
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woman, shame, social science

A Politics of Shame: A Special Issue of Feminism and Psychology Guest Editors: Tamara Shefer, Ronelle Carolissen, Viv Bozalek and Sally Munt Shame is central and unavoidably part of the micropolitics and power relations of everyday life. Usually regarded as a generalised negative global self-assessment, shame has been understood as having the potential to silence, degrade, humiliate, isolate, exclude and negate a sense of belonging. Much work on shame in psychology fits in this individualising and individualistic genre. However, as…

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Call for Papers: Special Issue on Feminism and Psychology

January 16 @ 8:00 am - August 11 @ 5:59 pm
No Venue, NA
NA, New Zealand
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woman, shame, social science

A Politics of Shame: A Special Issue of Feminism and Psychology Guest Editors: Tamara Shefer, Ronelle Carolissen, Viv Bozalek and Sally Munt Shame is central and unavoidably part of the micropolitics and power relations of everyday life. Usually regarded as a generalised negative global self-assessment, shame has been understood as having the potential to silence, degrade, humiliate, isolate, exclude and negate a sense of belonging. Much work on shame in psychology fits in this individualising and individualistic genre. However, as…

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Call for Papers: Special Issue on Feminism and Psychology

January 17 @ 8:00 am - August 12 @ 5:59 pm
No Venue, NA
NA, New Zealand
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woman, shame, social science

A Politics of Shame: A Special Issue of Feminism and Psychology Guest Editors: Tamara Shefer, Ronelle Carolissen, Viv Bozalek and Sally Munt Shame is central and unavoidably part of the micropolitics and power relations of everyday life. Usually regarded as a generalised negative global self-assessment, shame has been understood as having the potential to silence, degrade, humiliate, isolate, exclude and negate a sense of belonging. Much work on shame in psychology fits in this individualising and individualistic genre. However, as…

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Call for Papers: Special Issue on Feminism and Psychology

January 18 @ 8:00 am - August 13 @ 5:59 pm
No Venue, NA
NA, New Zealand
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woman, shame, social science

A Politics of Shame: A Special Issue of Feminism and Psychology Guest Editors: Tamara Shefer, Ronelle Carolissen, Viv Bozalek and Sally Munt Shame is central and unavoidably part of the micropolitics and power relations of everyday life. Usually regarded as a generalised negative global self-assessment, shame has been understood as having the potential to silence, degrade, humiliate, isolate, exclude and negate a sense of belonging. Much work on shame in psychology fits in this individualising and individualistic genre. However, as…

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Call for Papers: Special Issue on Feminism and Psychology

January 19 @ 8:00 am - August 14 @ 5:59 pm
No Venue, NA
NA, New Zealand
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woman, shame, social science

A Politics of Shame: A Special Issue of Feminism and Psychology Guest Editors: Tamara Shefer, Ronelle Carolissen, Viv Bozalek and Sally Munt Shame is central and unavoidably part of the micropolitics and power relations of everyday life. Usually regarded as a generalised negative global self-assessment, shame has been understood as having the potential to silence, degrade, humiliate, isolate, exclude and negate a sense of belonging. Much work on shame in psychology fits in this individualising and individualistic genre. However, as…

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Call for Papers: Special Issue on Feminism and Psychology

January 20 @ 8:00 am - August 15 @ 5:59 pm
No Venue, NA
NA, New Zealand
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woman, shame, social science

A Politics of Shame: A Special Issue of Feminism and Psychology Guest Editors: Tamara Shefer, Ronelle Carolissen, Viv Bozalek and Sally Munt Shame is central and unavoidably part of the micropolitics and power relations of everyday life. Usually regarded as a generalised negative global self-assessment, shame has been understood as having the potential to silence, degrade, humiliate, isolate, exclude and negate a sense of belonging. Much work on shame in psychology fits in this individualising and individualistic genre. However, as…

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Call for Papers: Special Issue on Feminism and Psychology

January 21 @ 8:00 am - August 16 @ 5:59 pm
No Venue, NA
NA, New Zealand
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woman, shame, social science

A Politics of Shame: A Special Issue of Feminism and Psychology Guest Editors: Tamara Shefer, Ronelle Carolissen, Viv Bozalek and Sally Munt Shame is central and unavoidably part of the micropolitics and power relations of everyday life. Usually regarded as a generalised negative global self-assessment, shame has been understood as having the potential to silence, degrade, humiliate, isolate, exclude and negate a sense of belonging. Much work on shame in psychology fits in this individualising and individualistic genre. However, as…

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Call for Papers: Special Issue on Feminism and Psychology

January 22 @ 8:00 am - August 17 @ 5:59 pm
No Venue, NA
NA, New Zealand
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woman, shame, social science

A Politics of Shame: A Special Issue of Feminism and Psychology Guest Editors: Tamara Shefer, Ronelle Carolissen, Viv Bozalek and Sally Munt Shame is central and unavoidably part of the micropolitics and power relations of everyday life. Usually regarded as a generalised negative global self-assessment, shame has been understood as having the potential to silence, degrade, humiliate, isolate, exclude and negate a sense of belonging. Much work on shame in psychology fits in this individualising and individualistic genre. However, as…

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Call for Papers: Special Issue on Feminism and Psychology

January 23 @ 8:00 am - August 18 @ 5:59 pm
No Venue, NA
NA, New Zealand
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woman, shame, social science

A Politics of Shame: A Special Issue of Feminism and Psychology Guest Editors: Tamara Shefer, Ronelle Carolissen, Viv Bozalek and Sally Munt Shame is central and unavoidably part of the micropolitics and power relations of everyday life. Usually regarded as a generalised negative global self-assessment, shame has been understood as having the potential to silence, degrade, humiliate, isolate, exclude and negate a sense of belonging. Much work on shame in psychology fits in this individualising and individualistic genre. However, as…

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Call for Papers: Special Issue on Feminism and Psychology

January 24 @ 8:00 am - August 19 @ 5:59 pm
No Venue, NA
NA, New Zealand
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woman, shame, social science

A Politics of Shame: A Special Issue of Feminism and Psychology Guest Editors: Tamara Shefer, Ronelle Carolissen, Viv Bozalek and Sally Munt Shame is central and unavoidably part of the micropolitics and power relations of everyday life. Usually regarded as a generalised negative global self-assessment, shame has been understood as having the potential to silence, degrade, humiliate, isolate, exclude and negate a sense of belonging. Much work on shame in psychology fits in this individualising and individualistic genre. However, as…

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Call for Papers: Special Issue on Feminism and Psychology

January 25 @ 8:00 am - August 20 @ 5:59 pm
No Venue, NA
NA, New Zealand
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woman, shame, social science

A Politics of Shame: A Special Issue of Feminism and Psychology Guest Editors: Tamara Shefer, Ronelle Carolissen, Viv Bozalek and Sally Munt Shame is central and unavoidably part of the micropolitics and power relations of everyday life. Usually regarded as a generalised negative global self-assessment, shame has been understood as having the potential to silence, degrade, humiliate, isolate, exclude and negate a sense of belonging. Much work on shame in psychology fits in this individualising and individualistic genre. However, as…

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Call for Papers: Special Issue on Feminism and Psychology

January 26 @ 8:00 am - August 21 @ 5:59 pm
No Venue, NA
NA, New Zealand
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woman, shame, social science

A Politics of Shame: A Special Issue of Feminism and Psychology Guest Editors: Tamara Shefer, Ronelle Carolissen, Viv Bozalek and Sally Munt Shame is central and unavoidably part of the micropolitics and power relations of everyday life. Usually regarded as a generalised negative global self-assessment, shame has been understood as having the potential to silence, degrade, humiliate, isolate, exclude and negate a sense of belonging. Much work on shame in psychology fits in this individualising and individualistic genre. However, as…

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Call for Papers: Special Issue on Feminism and Psychology

January 27 @ 8:00 am - August 22 @ 5:59 pm
No Venue, NA
NA, New Zealand
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woman, shame, social science

A Politics of Shame: A Special Issue of Feminism and Psychology Guest Editors: Tamara Shefer, Ronelle Carolissen, Viv Bozalek and Sally Munt Shame is central and unavoidably part of the micropolitics and power relations of everyday life. Usually regarded as a generalised negative global self-assessment, shame has been understood as having the potential to silence, degrade, humiliate, isolate, exclude and negate a sense of belonging. Much work on shame in psychology fits in this individualising and individualistic genre. However, as…

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Call for Papers: Special Issue on Feminism and Psychology

January 28 @ 8:00 am - August 23 @ 5:59 pm
No Venue, NA
NA, New Zealand
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woman, shame, social science

A Politics of Shame: A Special Issue of Feminism and Psychology Guest Editors: Tamara Shefer, Ronelle Carolissen, Viv Bozalek and Sally Munt Shame is central and unavoidably part of the micropolitics and power relations of everyday life. Usually regarded as a generalised negative global self-assessment, shame has been understood as having the potential to silence, degrade, humiliate, isolate, exclude and negate a sense of belonging. Much work on shame in psychology fits in this individualising and individualistic genre. However, as…

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Call for Papers: Special Issue on Feminism and Psychology

January 29 @ 8:00 am - August 24 @ 5:59 pm
No Venue, NA
NA, New Zealand
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woman, shame, social science

A Politics of Shame: A Special Issue of Feminism and Psychology Guest Editors: Tamara Shefer, Ronelle Carolissen, Viv Bozalek and Sally Munt Shame is central and unavoidably part of the micropolitics and power relations of everyday life. Usually regarded as a generalised negative global self-assessment, shame has been understood as having the potential to silence, degrade, humiliate, isolate, exclude and negate a sense of belonging. Much work on shame in psychology fits in this individualising and individualistic genre. However, as…

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Call for Papers: Special Issue on Feminism and Psychology

January 30 @ 8:00 am - August 25 @ 5:59 pm
No Venue, NA
NA, New Zealand
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woman, shame, social science

A Politics of Shame: A Special Issue of Feminism and Psychology Guest Editors: Tamara Shefer, Ronelle Carolissen, Viv Bozalek and Sally Munt Shame is central and unavoidably part of the micropolitics and power relations of everyday life. Usually regarded as a generalised negative global self-assessment, shame has been understood as having the potential to silence, degrade, humiliate, isolate, exclude and negate a sense of belonging. Much work on shame in psychology fits in this individualising and individualistic genre. However, as…

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Call for Papers: Special Issue on Feminism and Psychology

January 31 @ 8:00 am - August 26 @ 5:59 pm
No Venue, NA
NA, New Zealand
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woman, shame, social science

A Politics of Shame: A Special Issue of Feminism and Psychology Guest Editors: Tamara Shefer, Ronelle Carolissen, Viv Bozalek and Sally Munt Shame is central and unavoidably part of the micropolitics and power relations of everyday life. Usually regarded as a generalised negative global self-assessment, shame has been understood as having the potential to silence, degrade, humiliate, isolate, exclude and negate a sense of belonging. Much work on shame in psychology fits in this individualising and individualistic genre. However, as…

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February 2017

Call for Papers: Special Issue on Feminism and Psychology

February 1 @ 8:00 am - August 27 @ 5:59 pm
No Venue, NA
NA, New Zealand
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woman, shame, social science

A Politics of Shame: A Special Issue of Feminism and Psychology Guest Editors: Tamara Shefer, Ronelle Carolissen, Viv Bozalek and Sally Munt Shame is central and unavoidably part of the micropolitics and power relations of everyday life. Usually regarded as a generalised negative global self-assessment, shame has been understood as having the potential to silence, degrade, humiliate, isolate, exclude and negate a sense of belonging. Much work on shame in psychology fits in this individualising and individualistic genre. However, as…

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Call for Papers: Special Issue on Feminism and Psychology

February 2 @ 8:00 am - August 28 @ 5:59 pm
No Venue, NA
NA, New Zealand
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woman, shame, social science

A Politics of Shame: A Special Issue of Feminism and Psychology Guest Editors: Tamara Shefer, Ronelle Carolissen, Viv Bozalek and Sally Munt Shame is central and unavoidably part of the micropolitics and power relations of everyday life. Usually regarded as a generalised negative global self-assessment, shame has been understood as having the potential to silence, degrade, humiliate, isolate, exclude and negate a sense of belonging. Much work on shame in psychology fits in this individualising and individualistic genre. However, as…

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Call for Papers: Special Issue on Feminism and Psychology

February 3 @ 8:00 am - August 29 @ 5:59 pm
No Venue, NA
NA, New Zealand
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woman, shame, social science

A Politics of Shame: A Special Issue of Feminism and Psychology Guest Editors: Tamara Shefer, Ronelle Carolissen, Viv Bozalek and Sally Munt Shame is central and unavoidably part of the micropolitics and power relations of everyday life. Usually regarded as a generalised negative global self-assessment, shame has been understood as having the potential to silence, degrade, humiliate, isolate, exclude and negate a sense of belonging. Much work on shame in psychology fits in this individualising and individualistic genre. However, as…

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Call for Papers: Special Issue on Feminism and Psychology

February 4 @ 8:00 am - August 30 @ 5:59 pm
No Venue, NA
NA, New Zealand
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woman, shame, social science

A Politics of Shame: A Special Issue of Feminism and Psychology Guest Editors: Tamara Shefer, Ronelle Carolissen, Viv Bozalek and Sally Munt Shame is central and unavoidably part of the micropolitics and power relations of everyday life. Usually regarded as a generalised negative global self-assessment, shame has been understood as having the potential to silence, degrade, humiliate, isolate, exclude and negate a sense of belonging. Much work on shame in psychology fits in this individualising and individualistic genre. However, as…

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