Language is not just a means of communication; it is a window into the intricate workings of the human mind. The way we use language reflects our thoughts, emotions, and cultural values. One such emotion deeply ingrained in the English linguaculture is "shame." In this comprehensive article, we embark on a cognitive-linguistic journey to dissect and analyze the concept of "shame" in English, exploring its linguistic manifestations, cognitive underpinnings, and cultural significance.
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