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Nonfiction

Concordia University - Portland

2019

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Full-Text Articles in Creative Writing

Speaking Freely, Tyler Grant May 2019

Speaking Freely, Tyler Grant

The Promethean

No abstract provided.


My Demon, Asia Mclaughlin May 2019

My Demon, Asia Mclaughlin

The Promethean

No abstract provided.


The Weight Of Remembrance, Anna Denos May 2019

The Weight Of Remembrance, Anna Denos

The Promethean

No abstract provided.


No Name Slaves, Dominique Donald May 2019

No Name Slaves, Dominique Donald

The Promethean

No abstract provided.


Goodbye, Shanghai, Valerie Foo May 2019

Goodbye, Shanghai, Valerie Foo

The Promethean

No abstract provided.


Blooming Flower, Revekka Shiryayeva May 2019

Blooming Flower, Revekka Shiryayeva

The Promethean

No abstract provided.


Forget-Me-Thoughts, Promethean Editors May 2019

Forget-Me-Thoughts, Promethean Editors

The Promethean

No abstract provided.


An Ocean’S Rage, Payton Gillis May 2019

An Ocean’S Rage, Payton Gillis

The Promethean

No abstract provided.


A Guide To Social Safety, Angelyka Cava May 2019

A Guide To Social Safety, Angelyka Cava

The Promethean

No abstract provided.


I Told God My Plans . . . A Research Memoir On Shame Associated With Academic Failure, Liana Elspeth Parks Apr 2019

I Told God My Plans . . . A Research Memoir On Shame Associated With Academic Failure, Liana Elspeth Parks

Undergraduate Theses

This thesis looks at the role of shame in academic failure in order to shed light on a mostly ignored topic. The author brings a new angle to shame research by considering past literature on shame and fear of failure (FoF) alongside their own experience of failure in Nursing school. Society believes that shame is a negative experience but researchers find that shame can help in growth and maturity if the person experiencing it is willing to talk about it (Brown, 2012). Combined with FoF, shame leads to a self-perpetuating spiral of failure and shame (McGregor and Elliot, 2005). The ...