sociodrama


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sociodrama

(sō′sē-ō-drä′mə, -drăm′ə, -shē-)
n.
1. A psychotherapeutic technique that utilizes dramatization and role-playing to identify and remedy intergroup problems and conflicts.
2. A dramatization in which this technique is employed.
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Esto se evidencia en fragmentos del debate sobre los sociodramas realizados en los talleres, de la siguiente manera:
Working arrangements within psychodrama can be used in learning situations to facilitate comprehension of phenomena that involve interpersonal relationships, and include sociodrama, role playing, spontaneous theater, live journal, and drama games (22).
Foundations of Sociometry, Group Psychotherapy and Sociodrama, Beacon house Inc, New York 1978, p95.
(18.) In 2002 Shu Gong and I co-facilitated a weeklong workshop that used sociodrama and culture-drama techniques in which ten Dagomba and ten Konkomba leaders reenacted conflict situations but in reversed roles.
Here he draws on Moreno's articles in the journals Sociometry and Group Psychotherapy, Moreno's books, and his own experiences as a student at the Moreno Institute to offer a thorough presentation of Moreno's life, the evolution of his ideas, and the Morenean methods of group psychotherapy, sociometry, psychodrama, and sociodrama. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)
The films discussed are drawn from every curricular area and are presented in chapters covering films in social science and geography, history, science and math, arts and crafts, literature and language arts, "sociodrama," and foreign language instruction, although they are further broken down into 74 separate subject categories within those chapters.
Enacting the new academy: Sociodrama as a powerful tool in higher education.
Psychodrama can be prepared for through many facets of dramatic learning, such as focusing on an issue through sociodrama in a classroom setting (Blatner& Glass Collins, 2008).