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Judged : the value of being misunderstood

Author: Ziyad Marar
Publisher: New York : Bloomsbury Academic, 2018. ©2019
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Everyone worries about being judged, yet we cannot be social beings without judging and being judged. We're stuck with judgement and all the awkwardness, embarrassment, shame, guilt and loneliness that can come with that. Yet all is not lost in this arena of snap verdicts and social misfires. This book reclaims judgement proposing that it is necessary in order to value ourselves and others. Drawing upon psychology,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Court decisions and opinions
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Marar, Ziyad.
Judged.
New York : Bloomsbury Academic, 2018
(DLC) 2018000999
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ziyad Marar
ISBN: 9781474298339 1474298338 9781350113169 1350113166
OCLC Number: 1019833038
Description: viii, 252 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Contents: The social minefield --
The right kind of reputation --
Unreliable judges --
Breaking free --
The last judgement. Everyone worries about being judged. One foolish tweet can destroy a career, one careless image can ruin a reputation. Yet judgement is inescapable; we cannot be social beings without judging and being judged. We're stuck with judgement and all the awkwardness, embarrassment, shame, guilt and loneliness that can come with that. Yet all is not lost in this arena of snap verdicts and social misfires. In this sensitive and creative book, Ziyad Marar reclaims judgement proposing that we need it in order to value ourselves and others; we can't live abundantly without the peaks and troughs of judgement. Drawing upon psychology, philosophy, TV, Film, poetry and literature, Marar reveals a world which takes seriously our need to reach out and connect and one where hope, however tentative, can blossom. There are no easy answers here, but there are moments where our judging can become generous and forgiving; moments where the cracks in the world feel like possibilities rather than dead ends, moments when the light comes in.
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Everyone worries about being judged, yet we cannot be social beings without judging and being judged. We're stuck with judgement and all the awkwardness, embarrassment, shame, guilt and loneliness that can come with that. Yet all is not lost in this arena of snap verdicts and social misfires. This book reclaims judgement proposing that it is necessary in order to value ourselves and others. Drawing upon psychology, philosophy, TV, Film, poetry and literature, the author reveals a world which takes seriously our need to reach out and connect and one where hope, however tentative, can blossom.

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Marar writes in a lively, narrative style. Careful readers will be struck by the subtle distinctions Marar draws between various forms of judgment and the various representations of both social and Read more...

 
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