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Public Shaming Has Only Just Begun

Shame has already fostered social distancing, but the most interesting and constructive shaming is yet to come

AsAs someone interested in how public shaming can make the world a better place, the coronavirus outbreak offers daily examples that I believe will only get more varied and powerful as time goes on. Shaming is most effective…

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Jennifer Jacquet

Jennifer Jacquet

Jennifer Jacquet. Associate Professor, New York University. Author of Is Shame Necessary? New Uses for an Old Tool

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