Sociology of Shame. Basic Theoretical Considerations
Neckel, Sighard – 2020
Sociologists who concern themselves with emotions immediately face the difficulty of expressing themselves properly. Scientific language provides us with neither the vividness nor the sophistication needed if we are to appreciate the full meaning of the reality that a person experiences in all its depth and scope. For some levels of the human stream of experiences, this is even true of language in general. The world of emotions is one of those spheres of our existence that are so close to us that separation by verbalisation hardly appears possible.