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https://doi.org/10.17234/SocEkol.26.3.5

Role Theory and Role Analysis in Psychodrama: A Contribution to Sociology

Iva Žurić Jakovina orcid id orcid.org/0000-0003-1736-9309 ; Department of Cultural Studies Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Rijeka, Rijeka, Croatia
Trpimir Jakovina


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str. 151-169

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This paper discusses the contribution made by psychodrama role theory to sociology. It is well known that role theory was founded and disseminated in sociology, and specifically in social psychology; our goal therefore is to indicate the ways in which psychodrama can act as a bridge between sociology and psychology. J. L. Moreno, as the founder of psychodrama, strongly believed that psychodrama was more inclusive than sociology, particularly since it has practical and therapeutic aspects of role playing, and role reversal especially. Our idea is to emphasize and demonstrate how role reversal, role development, role analysis and the theatrical background of psychodrama are practical elements that result in therapeutic effects. Along with the theoretical elaborations of these aspects and contributions, we use examples from our ongoing weekly psychodrama group, which we have been leading as directors / co-therapists since 2014.

Ključne riječi

psychodrama, role theory, Moreno, sociology (Mead, Linton, Goffman), role reversal, role analysis

Hrčak ID:

191737

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/191737

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