Shamecast: A show about shame, guilt, and other garbage emotions

Episode 29: Cats are Feminists!

July 22, 2020
Shamecast: A show about shame, guilt, and other garbage emotions
Episode 29: Cats are Feminists!
Show Notes

This week, AJ and Bronwen talk about police brutality and the role of empathy (or lack thereof) in law enforcement.  There's actually a little research!  Oh, and AJ rants about dog people again.

Sources and articles mentioned in this ep:

The scoop on officer Joseph Bologna:
https://www.inquirer.com/news/joseph-bologna-video-philly-police-arrest-protests-court-documents-20200609.html

Where you can get your very own "Philly is done with Bologna" shirt:
https://gumroad.com/l/pABARW

An article regarding rates of PTSD/PTSD symptoms in US police force:
https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/cop-doc/201811/cops-and-ptsd

An article about use of Ketamine in Elijah Mcclain case:
https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2020/06/26/elijah-mcclain-ketamine-may-have-played-role-death-experts-say/3262785001/

Other sources:
Johnson, L. B., Todd, M., & Subramanian, G. (2005). Violence in police families: Work-family spillover. Journal of family violence, 20(1), 3-12.
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Michael_Todd9/publication/226691138_Violence_in_Police_Families_Work-Family_Spillover/links/569ff50108aee4d26ad28cce/Violence-in-Police-Families-Work-Family-Spillover.pdf

Mazza, M., Giusti, L., Albanese, A., Mariano, M., Pino, M. C., & Roncone, R. (2012). Social cognition disorders in military police officers affected by posttraumatic stress disorder after the attack of An-Nasiriyah in Iraq 2006. Psychiatry Research, 198(2), 248-252.
https://d1wqtxts1xzle7.cloudfront.net/40550211/Social_cognition_disorders_in_military_p20151201-10956-1mgnxqm.pdf?1449000870=&response-content-disposition=inline%3B+filename%3DSocial_cognition_disorders_in_military_p.pdf&Expires=1595348148&Signature=cM1ke4QtAVk3CdHTpsI3szZCDeSvKAmEX7O8xGHqpe8tZQQdh4oFUVGnWu0m7bSho4M3gO6prBOPw0ON1nBDcEr4uD3CJRK4HV1wssZLfSb7BMpeJY7yLLX0Gidu8jF5E7x1jgdxn2JeKHTZWTQLWIgZY3CC4Q92wDt5-9bKlNMFumuHiPwmLZnZVxIvjGMnHvhwZaIsIP74CWrs62GA4MQUH9BzJ0n-20oL58YWSvNpJZ2f62Vh6B99U2T7LAQ6IHspteVd8IV9LN4sGrNRahM0soeNMlxLpcCCqVqhCznk0tHxltMdqpx0tc8OpbUfPxtmbUtzGVXHIAQZynunoQ__&Key-Pair-Id=APKAJLOHF5GGSLRBV4ZA

Zavala, E., & Melander, L. A. (2019). Intimate partner violence perpetrated by police officers: Is it self-control or the desire-to-be-in-control that matters more?. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma, 28(2), 166-185.

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