That means shaming: publicly denouncing someone, belittling them
The term “shaming” is taken from English and means something like “exposing”, “denouncing” or as an adjective also “shameful”. On the Internet, it is used to denote the public criticism and disparagement of a person. “Shaming” is part of the series of online harassment as well as bullying and Trolls
Origin of shaming
“Shamen” for someone is not to be equated with the German term “Schämen”. Phrases like “shame on you” are usually used to accuse someone of their immoral or hurtful behavior. However, the term “shaming” has little meaning Honor men to do.
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Internet trolls, Griefer and Hater spread strife in the online community in a number of ways. In English, the term “shaming” established itself in the 2010s as a new bullying tactic to make someone bad and spilled over into the German network language. Alleged mistakes and deficiencies of a person are listed, whether outwardly or in terms of character.
The internet rage knows no bounds when it comes to “shaming” someone. The types range from “body shaming”, ie attacking the appearance of a person, to “slut shaming”, usually condemning female people for their alleged sexual permissiveness. There are also numerous secondary categories such as “passenger shaming”, where fellow travelers are shamed for their behavior, or “mom shaming”, where the same thing happens to mothers.
This is how you use shaming
If you see someone online (or in the rl) is publicly gunned down or incited for something, you can speak of “shaming”. “Shamen” is characterized by not wanting to exercise constructive criticism, but rather to expose and belittle those affected.