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    Shame In Society

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    Shame: The Breaker or the Maker in One’s Life According to the Merriam-Webster, shame is credited as “a painful emotion caused by consciousness of guilt, shortcoming, or impropriety.” Based on this, shame has the power to control us. For example, young adults continually let emotions control their lives, which can demolish them. Shame, though, does not have to destroy a person, for sometimes even the words that can hurt the most can also help the most in life. Often in young adults, body shaming towards yourself or towards others is too dominant. In the US alone, 30 million people suffer from eating disorders. For instance, by overeating or starving themselves a shamed person can observe how this can inadequately affect him or herself, causing health issues that will affect individuals for the rest of their lives. Without treatment, 20% of people with severe eating disorders will die. Right now, anorexia nervosa holds the highest mortality rate for 15-24 year olds than any other cause of death. In an effort to look…

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    In addition to fat females and black queer males, there is a shame that is not contemporary but more deeply rooted in society than the unfairness based on gender, skin color, and sexual orientations—sexual harassment. The psychology of victims of sexual harassment explains the argument made by a cultural theorist, Sara Ahmed, that shame is about a “double play of concealment and exposure” (104). Shame urges people to cover themselves, but at the same time, it wants to be heard. Obese women and…

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    Hungary woman tripped refugees Snapshot of the issue According the news from the telegraph, 25th SEP, a Hungarian camerawoman was caught tripped refugees who carried a kid when refugees rushed passed her. This woman called Petra Laszlo, works for N1TV. After this issue, she was fired by this Tv station. The N1TV said Petra’s behavior is unacceptable and working relationship was ended (Ensor 2015). She also aroused whole public’s anger, many criticized that she is a racist heartless woman. Few…

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    The concept of face and how it relates to conflict can be complicated. However, understanding and evaluating the role that face plays in a conflict can help those involved understand the actions of the others involved and possibly hold a key toward resolving the conflict. In the Conflict and a R&D Organization case, saving face plays a prominent role in the conflict between Glenn and Greg (Conflict in an R&D, n.d.). Glenn and Greg both are concerned with face loss, this concern contributes to…

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    Honeywell-Bull Negotiation

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    Studying the cultural influence on Chinese business ethics can help people better understand what the Chinese businessmen want in a negotiation process. The dynamics of face which serves as the fundamental measure scale of prestige and reputation in Chinese society is critically important. To specifically understand the role of personal relations and how face involved in Chinese business, it is necessary to know how the current interpersonal relations formed from the long history of China.…

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    Empirical focus The empirical focus of this paper is that the role of personal relations has more impact than the rules or principles on Chinese modern business relations. Under the influence of close interpersonal relationship from Confucianism, traditional moral standards, and historical war stratagems, personal relations become the critical factor instead of legal instruments in the business process. First, Confucianism served as the core value of Chinese society for more than two thousand…

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    Shame Shame is a set of unwritten rules that society uses to control people in that it creates positive behavior. The reason society needs control is to keep the peace and not have chaos erupt among everyone. There are two outcomes of shame either motivation or destruction in someone’s life. How it affects the individual is determined by which path they are going to take with their shame. Someone being shamed needs to take that shame and turn it into motivation, so they can better themselves.…

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    Living life in a predominantly white country, is already challenging for people of color, especially while facing the feeling of not belonging in society. It is especially hard for people of color who already stand out from the other people around them because they might be the only person from their race in their neighborhood or community. Because these people already feel like an outcast, they may develop a feeling of shame in themselves or culture due to the fact that they are different from…

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    “The difference between guilt and shame is very clear- in theory” wrote Lewis B. Smedes, Author of Shame and Grace, “we feel guilty for what we do, and we feel shame for what we are” (Smedes). Guilt and shame often coincide with human behavior and actions. However, their respective roles differ by the situation. Individuals can feel guilty for their actions and ashamed of having it in their nature to act in a certain way. In addition, individuals can come from a difficult background and be…

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    Shame and Guilt are two types of awareness about yourself. It appears to be similar to each other but in fact, they are two very different from each other. They are two very different terms to describe the attitude toward women. Guilt is a consciousness that one person has committed to break the code. It is an awareness that you fail to meet your actions toward the standard of expectations. The expectations include law, social standard or custom. For example, you stole a movie from store, but…

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