Shame Management through Reintegration

  title={Shame Management through Reintegration},
  author={Eliza Ahmed and Nathan F. Harris and John Braithwaite and Valerie Braithwaite},
Part I. Shame, Shame Management and Regulation: 1. Shame and shame management 2. The normative theory of shame 3. Revising the theory of reintegrative shaming 4. Just and loving gaze Part II. Shaming and Shame: Regulating Drink-Driving: 5. Shaming and shame 6. Three conceptual approaches to the emotion of shame 7. The reintegrative shaming experiments 8. Testing the dimentiality of shame 9. Testing the dimentiality of shaming 10. The relationship between shame and shaming 11. An ethical… 
Examining gender differences in reintegrative shaming theory: the role of shame acknowledgment
Reintegrative shaming theory operates on the assumption that shaming from important others is gendered: women are more likely than men to conform and desist from offending. This study examines the
“What, Me Ashamed?” Shame Management and School Bullying
This study focuses on the prediction of self-initiated bullying from family, school, personality, and shame management variables. Reintegrative shaming theory provided a theoretical framework for
Forgiveness, Shaming, Shame and Bullying
Abstract This study predicts self-initiated bullying from three variables: shaming, forgiveness and shame. Data were collected from 1875 Bangladeshi school children (60% girls; mean grade = 8.28)
Reintegrative Shaming Theory, moral emotions and bullying.
RST is useful in explaining the link between family factors and bullying, and that RST has cross-cultural applicability, and mother bonding had a direct effect on sibling and peer bullying.
Learning to Manage Shame in School Bullying: Lessons for Restorative Justice Interventions
Shame management is purported to be part of the healing process that is a goal of restorative justice. However, the development of shame management capacities and how they are engaged in conflict
From reintegrative shaming to restorative institutional hybridity
Crime, shame and reintegration (1989) introduced reintegrative shaming theory in its first iteration, a theory of crime that sought to be integrative and interdiscipli‐ nary, normative and
The Personal Management of Shame and Pride in Workplace Bullying
Shame and pride management were used to predict workplace bullying and victimization among a random sample of 1,967 Australians who responded to a national crime survey. Those who identified
Forgiveness, Reconciliation, and Shame: Three Key Variables in Reducing School Bullying
This study examined the relationships between forgiveness, reconciliation, shame and school bullying. The sample consisted of 1,875 Bangladeshi adolescents (60% girls) in grades 7 to 10 (M= 8.28). In
Defend or repair? Explaining responses to in-group moral failure by disentangling feelings of shame, rejection, and inferiority.
In 2 studies, community samples of Norwegians were asked about their in-group's discrimination against the Tater minority and felt rejection best predicted self-defensive motivation, whereas felt shame best predicted pro-social motivation.
Reintegrative Shaming, Shame, and Criminal Justice
This study tested the implication of reintegrative shaming theory (RST) (Braithwaite, 1989) that social disapproval (shaming) has an effect on the emotions that offenders feel. Interviews were


Shaming and shame : an empirical analysis
Theoretical approaches to shame have often distinguished the emotion from conceptions of guilt or embarrassment. By exploring the dimensionality of these shame-related emotions it is possible to test
Crime, Shame, And Reintegration
Preface 1. Whither criminological theory? 2. The dominant theoretical traditions: labeling, subcultural, control, opportunity and learning theories 3. Facts a theory of crime ought to fit 4. The
The Meanings of Shame: Implications for Legal Reform
This article describes and critiques the recent revival of interest in shame and shaming in various contexts, including criminal punishment. In particular, it addresses criminal sanctions that
Shame: The Exposed Self
Shame, the quintessential human emotion, received little attention during the years in which the central forces believed to be motivating us were identified as primitive instincts like sex and
In Defense of Shame: Shame in the Context of Guilt and Embarrassment
We are interested in the relations among shame, guilt, and embarrassment and especially in how each relates to judgments of character. We start by analyzing the distinction between being and feeling
The Voice of Shame : Silence and Connection in Psychotherapy
This book contains powerful new insights for the therapist on a full-range of topics from intimacy in couples to fathering to politics to child development to gender issues to negative therapeutic
Shame and Guilt: A Psychoanalytic and a Cultural Study
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This study was an attempt to operationalize John Braithwaite's theory of reintegrative shaming, and measure how it is used by parents of different ethnic groups in response to their delinquent
Shame and Rational Choice in Offending Decisions
This study examined the effects of shame proneness and two types of anticipated shame states—shame due to exposure and shame without exposure—in a rational choice model of offending intentions. Using