David and Tamler welcome author and environmental science professor Jennifer Jacquet to the podcast to discuss the pros and cons of shame. What's the difference between shame and guilt? Is shaming effective for generating social progress or getting tax cheats to pay up? Is twitter shaming on the rise or on its way out? And what does David do when he's alone in the dark?
But before all of that, David and Tamler introduce a new way to support the podcast--through our Patreon account (patreon.com/verybadwizards). Plus, we discuss the retraction of a press release announcing that a professor agreed to referee a journal article (!) And can one passage get Tamler, the eternal optimist, to hate philosophy?
- Very Bad Wizards are on Patreon [patreon.com]
- Sociology faculty member publishes book chapter [psu.edu]
- Penn State retracts press release about sociologist reviewing an article. [retractionwatch.org]
- A very confusing paragraph [verybadwizards.com]
- Bradley, B. (2009). Well-being and death. OUP Oxford.
- Jennifer Jacquet [jenniferjacquet.com]
- Is Shame Necessary? by Jennifer Jacquet [amazon.com affiliate link]
- Congratulations, you have an all male panel! [allmalepanels.tumblr.com]
- Racists getting fired [racistsgettingfired.tumblr.com]
- Shame (movie) [imdb.com]
- Babies (movie) [imdb.com]