Motivation and emotion/Book/2021/Cultural influences on shame, guilt, and pride

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Culture influences on shame, guilt, and pride:
How does culture influences shame, guilt and pride?
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Overview[edit | edit source]

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Key questions
  • What is culture?
  • How does it influence our emotions?
  • Why is it important to study cross cultural studies?

What is culture?[edit | edit source]

There are many defintions[spelling?] to define what cutlure[spelling?] is. It is very broad and complex to define in a few sentences. Same goes for human social life. As humans are social animal[grammar?], individuals associate with multiple groups. According to Mesquita, Vissers, and Leersnyder (2019) 'culture is the human-made part of our environment. It forms our reality, and provides the goals, norms, and values that guide our behaviour'.

-Culture is human made environment

-help us shape our reality, values, goals and emotions

-culture vary between countries and groups

-help us to adapt and evolve

-asian culture & western culture[edit | edit source]

Asian culture[edit | edit source]

- Collectivism

- Being a part of the group is important

- family pride

Western culture[edit | edit source]

- Individualism

- self achievement and self happiness

What is emotion?[edit | edit source]

-Culture help[grammar?] us shape emotions. Is emotion different based on the culture?

Universal emotion[edit | edit source]

-'Basic emotions' are similar in different culture

-Paul Ekma's research

Shame[edit | edit source]

Guilt[edit | edit source]

Pride[edit | edit source]

Conclusion[edit | edit source]

See also[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

Furukawa, E., Tangney, J., & Higashibara, F. (2012). Cross-cultural Continuities and Discontinuities in Shame, Guilt, and Pride: A Study of Children Residing in Japan, Korea and the USA. Self And Identity, 11(1), 90-113. doi: 10.1080/15298868.2010.512748

Matsumoto, D., & Hwang, H. (2011). Culture and Emotion. Journal Of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 43(1), 91-118. doi: 10.1177/0022022111420147

Mesquita, B., Vissers, N., & Leersnyder, J. (2015). Culture and Emotion.Elsiever,542-549.doi:10.1016/B978-0-08-097086-8.24012-9

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