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How the Norwegian tv series SKAM can explain stress

The Norwegian tv series, SKAM can be used to explain, why we feel stressed out at work and school. (Photo: NRK / Facebook)

When we go to work with heart and soul, the feeling of shame often follows, explains PhD, Pernille Steen Pedersen. She uses the Norwegian tv series SKAM to explain why we can feel stressed out.

News / Film |   19. May 2017

Mette Koors

Editor-in-Chief


(Video: PhD, Pernille Steen Pedersen from the Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy explains why she likes the tv series SKAM so much, and how it can explain stress.)

Today CBS Alumni hosts the annual Alumni Day event and several researchers and alumna will talk about their research and give an insight into subjects such as fake news, entrepreneurship and stress.

PhD, Pernille Steen Pedersen will explain how the Norwegian tv series SKAM can be related to stress at CBS, and why we go to work with our heart and soul – something that is very different from the past.

 

Read more:

More than every other CBS-student is stressed

Elite-culture spawns stress at CBS

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