Presentation Title

Shame Culture and Mob Justice

Presenter Information

Annie WisemanFollow

Document Type

Panel Presentation

Keywords

Justice, Mob, Hypocrisy

Biography

I was born in San Diego, CA on May 6. 1993. My dad is a retired Navy who was part of the Navy for most of my life so I moved around a lot. I have Autism which makes it hard to be a school without help but I always do the best work I can. After high school, I went to Job Training school for seven months and worked at a military commissary clerk, a lens lab worker and then a x-ray scanner before deciding to go to college.

Major

Sociology

Advisor for this project

Marty Laubach

Start Date

19-4-2018 10:45 AM

End Date

19-4-2018 12:00 PM

Abstract

Abstract

“Shame Culture and Mob Justice”

The Purpose of the Research:

The purpose of this research study is to fulfill the requirement for the Sociology Capstone at Marshall University.

The Scientific or Scholarly Rationale:

The purpose of the study is to examine how if people online care more about mob justice, where public opinion decides what is right or wrong, more than real justice, which is innocent before proven guilty.

The Procedures to be Performed:

The participants will consist of people over the age of 18. The procedures for collecting data during this study will be a Qualtrics questionnaire using open-ended questions with settings to not collect IP addresses to ensure anonymity. I will obtain my participants mostly by online survey. If necessary, I can talk to Marshall students for more participants. I can use a Facebook page to share the survey. Following the completion of the questionnaire, the data will be gathered and analyzed. All the data gathered will be completely anonymous. We will remove identifiable information in our reporting, if possible

The Risks and Potential Benefits of the Research:

The risk of this study is minimal if any to the participants. If you are triggered by politics and shame, then do not do this study.

For the benefits of this study, will be to gather information about how and why people shame others for their politics.

Complete Inclusion/Exclusion Criteria:

All adults with computer access.

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Shame Culture and Mob Justice

Abstract

“Shame Culture and Mob Justice”

The Purpose of the Research:

The purpose of this research study is to fulfill the requirement for the Sociology Capstone at Marshall University.

The Scientific or Scholarly Rationale:

The purpose of the study is to examine how if people online care more about mob justice, where public opinion decides what is right or wrong, more than real justice, which is innocent before proven guilty.

The Procedures to be Performed:

The participants will consist of people over the age of 18. The procedures for collecting data during this study will be a Qualtrics questionnaire using open-ended questions with settings to not collect IP addresses to ensure anonymity. I will obtain my participants mostly by online survey. If necessary, I can talk to Marshall students for more participants. I can use a Facebook page to share the survey. Following the completion of the questionnaire, the data will be gathered and analyzed. All the data gathered will be completely anonymous. We will remove identifiable information in our reporting, if possible

The Risks and Potential Benefits of the Research:

The risk of this study is minimal if any to the participants. If you are triggered by politics and shame, then do not do this study.

For the benefits of this study, will be to gather information about how and why people shame others for their politics.

Complete Inclusion/Exclusion Criteria:

All adults with computer access.