Humiliation in a Globalizing World: Does Humiliation Become the Most Disruptive Force?

64 Pages Posted: 18 Feb 2005

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Evelin Gerda Lindner

Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies; University of Oslo - Department of Psychology; The International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution (ICCCR); Maison des Sciences de l'Homme

Date Written: 2004

Abstract

This paper highlights how globalization is interlinked with new and unprecedented psychological dynamics that call for novel solutions at all levels - macro, meso and micro levels, and in all fields of public policy. This paper is a central program paper of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies, a global network of academicians and practitioners, of which the author is the founder.

The paper has four parts: 1. Narrative summary of Humiliation Theory of 5 1/2 pages 2. Table summary of Humiliation Theory 5 1/2 pages 3. Executive summary of 9 pages 4. Paper of 25 pages

Keywords: humiliation, humility, globalization, egalization

JEL Classification: D74, D80, I18, I20, I30, J70, J78, L30, O19

Suggested Citation

Lindner, Evelin Gerda, Humiliation in a Globalizing World: Does Humiliation Become the Most Disruptive Force? (2004). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=668742 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.668742

Evelin Gerda Lindner (Contact Author)

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