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Abstract - Integrative Neuroscience Research (2020) Volume 4, Issue 1

A Qualitative Examination of the Role of Shame in the Mother-Daughter Relationship

Integrative Neuroscience Research A Qualitative Examination of the Role of Shame in the Mother-Daughter Relationship Name: Sarah Telzak , Adelphi University?s Derner School of Psychology, NY 11530 USA Abstract: I will present findings from an original grounded theory-based study that aims to investigate the phenomenological experience of the emotion of shame, as well as how these experiences of shame may be shared, passed, and/or related between mothers and daughters. This study investigates a range of memories and emotional experiences connected to feeling ashamed, including but not limited to self-consciousness, pride, humiliation, and disgust. Mothers and daughters will are asked about the role of shame in their relationship with one another and how this relationship may or may not have contributed to the role of shame in their lives. Participants include pairs of mothers and daughters culled from women ages 18+ who are interested in sharing their narratives with me. Data is collected through extensive in- person interviews with three pairs of mothers and daughters. The primary instrument employed is a questionnaire I developed to probe experiences of shame in one?s relationship with oneself and in one?s relationship with one?s mother or daughter. Questions explore various aspects of shame, including early memories related to not living up to standards, recent experiences with self-exposure and self-disgust, and incidents of feeling belittled, humiliated and disgraced both within and outside of the mother-daughter relationship. In addition, some questions have a projective quality, in order to elicit the more unconscious thoughts and feelings of mothers and daughters. This study utilizes a grounded-theory approach that employs the constant comparison method developed by Glaser and Strauss, intersubjective consistency, and bracketing. I will also analyze the interviews using Carol Gilligan?s Feminist Listening approach in order To more fully understand how participants speak about themselves and perhaps dissociate From their experiences, as well as to gain insight into the interplay of various voices within Each individual. Statistical analyses will be utilized to examine the prevalence of Various themes and language use. 1. Biography AAMER NAZIR has completed his PhD at the age of 30 years from National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (NTUST), and Postdoctoral Studies from High Speed 3D Printing Research Center (HS3DPRC), NTUST, Taipei, Taiwan. He is presently working as Assistant Professor in the HS3DPRC, NTUST, Taiwan. He has published more than 08 papers in reputed journals and has been serving as a reviewer of some reputed journals. Full name of conference, city, dates, Annual Psychiatrists and Psychologists Meet, July 20-21, 2020 . 2. Abstract Citation: Sarah Telzak Adelphi ,Annual Psychiatrists and Psychologists Meet, July 20-21, 2020

Author(s): Sarah Telzak

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