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Common Read/Common World: So You've Been Publicly Shamed: Teaching Resources

Teaching So You've Been Publicly Shamed

Teaching about Public Shaming and Social Media

Atchison, C.(2000). Emerging styles of social control on the internet: Justice denied. Critical Criminology 9, 85–100.

Davis, M. (2015, February 18). Social Media for Teachers: Guides, Resources, and Ideas. Edutopia.

Dobson, A. S., & Ringrose, J. (2016). Sext Education: Pedagogies of Sex, Gender and Shame in the Schoolyards of “Tagged” and “Exposed.” Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning, 16(1), 8–21.

McKenzie, Lindsay. (2019. December 5). Working with Student Social Media Influencers, Insider Higher Ed.

O'Leary, K.E., (2020, February 10). Defining and Denouncing Student Shaming. Faculty Focus.

Silverman, J. (2015, April 6). Life After Outrage: Jon Ronson's So You've Been Publicly Shamed. Slate Magazine.

Teaching with Films

Shame as a Legal Tactic

Etzioni, A. (1999). Back to the Pillory? American Scholar, 68(3), 43.

Markel, D. (2007). Wrong Turns on the Road to Alternative Sanctions: Reflections on the Future of Shaming Punishments and Restorative Justice. Texas Law Review, 85(6), 1385–1412.

Nussbaum, M. C. (2004, August 6). Danger to Human Dignity: the Revival of Disgust and Shame in the Law. Chronicle of Higher Education, 50(48), B6–B9.