Talk:Motivation and emotion/Book/2011/Shame
Feedback on plan[edit source]
Well done - it's fabulous to have a plan like this to work with - this is very much on a promising track and really just needs some mulling over and fine-tuning, I think. I've edited the structure in the Introduction - see what you think - and also made some minor changes/suggestions to what follows, but haven't changed it to reflect the structure above. See what you think first.
BTW - there is really no "right" place for comments on wiki. They can also be moved around as needed later on. Comments on the chapter page are fine during drafting, then at some point as you tidy the page, cut and paste them here to to the talk page. The conventional method on talk pages is a heading, followed by a threaded conversation, usually with replied inset:
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Thanks James, outline looking a lot better. Will also try to estimate a wordcount like the OSN page. Thought I remembered you saying that about the placement of the comments. Reassuring. Jeanette 17:32, 8 September 2011 (UTC)
Hi Jeanette, I think your plan looks great. The headings really identify with the theme of the book, and it identifies relevant theory. Can't wait to read it.--Wikitwit 06:04, 11 September 2011 (UTC)
Jeanette, I really like you layout!! If your looking for more photos or images,have you tired clip art, or i have read that you can take your own pictures EamesA 04:25, 19 October 2011 (UTC)
Looking great Jeanette. I hope this is still along the lines of your topic, but I remember reading about the way in which children are brought up effects whether or not they may feel sorry for an action. If they don't say the word "Sorry" they are not likely to grow up feeling genuinely sorry for these actions - the word brings about the emotion/feeling. In a sense this could be related to shame, the cultural enforcers that bring about what we identify as shameful things and what we feel shame for. Looking forward to reading your work! (PS looks like you've already got a sub-heading for what I'm talking about - socio-cultural) - Jaybay 06:56, 19 October 2011 (UTC)
- (Removed laughter about Syphilis - Probably not appropriate :P ) Also great range of images Jaybay 11:05, 24 October 2011 (UTC)
Hi Jeanette, I really like the set up of your chapter. The three scenarios at the beginning are a great way to introduce your focus questions. If you see it fits, you could also mention Erikson's developmental stages and initiation of possible shame here. AngeM 12:23, 30 October 2011 (UTC) Hi Jeanette,
Your chapter looks great, I love the colourful heading with pictures, Im still trying to work that one out. I noticed you may be looking for some input on cultural perspectives. An article by Markus & Kitayama (1991) 'Culture and the self: implications for cognition, emotion and motivation' mentions shame (table on 239), Japanese feel a strong need to restore harmony when experiencing a negative emotion such as shame or guilt (Oime in Japanese). Hope may be of some help. (Susann 08:07, 1 November 2011 (UTC))
Hi Jeanette, thanks I really like the heading. Your chapter looks great. (Susann 05:59, 6 November 2011 (UTC))
Hi jeanette, wow is what comes to mind. you have done a great job! EamesA 12:05, 6 November 2011 (UTC)
Shame images[edit source]
Thinking about pictures for your topic - http://www.postsecret.com style images would be great for inspiration, but the copyright issues prevent use here - http://www.postsecretcommunity.com/news-faq/mail-secrets. -- Jtneill - Talk - c 09:42, 19 October 2011 (UTC)
- Postsecret is a good idea, lots of secrets regarding shame. Even a link to the website if there are copyright problems? I know there are many communities copying the idea of postsecret, for example on Livejournal's "ljsecret". These sites may have material that you are able to publish on Wikiversity. - Jaybay 09:37, 20 October 2011 (UTC)
Flickr creative commons images[edit source]
Could be uploaded to Commons:
- Confessions of the love lorn - http://www.flickr.com/photos/dickuhne/55054217/
- Cupboard for naughty children - http://www.flickr.com/photos/30998192@N04/2902732010/in/pool-766316@N21/
Awesome lead in to the topic, So easy to READ!!!!!!!! nice Ps. James, this is positive feedback, which can motivate people to do there best right??? sooooooo ;)Lucas K 00:57, 27 October 2011 (UTC)
Hi Jeanette, Your page looks fantastic. I especially like that we can get involved immediately with the three scenarios. It makes it very realistic for the reader as I am sure everyone has been in one of those situations or similar. Also, thank you for the TEDtalks link for my chapter (empathy). I have added it to my page! Ltb 03:19, 4 November 2011 (UTC)
Opposite of shame?[edit source]
Hi Jeanette - this chapter really has the WOW factor - congratualtions - very well done - Magnolia
FYI - the book by Kalata & Shiota, "Emotion" appears to have some content on shame, including a chapter on "Embarrassment, shame, guilt, and pride". Should be in UC library. -- Jtneill - Talk - c 11:30, 27 October 2011 (UTC)
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