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Author Katz, Sandra
Title Drama as a therapeutic medium in an educational context: The double mirror
book jacket
Descript 262 p
Note Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 61-06, Section: A, page: 2167
Adviser: David Booth
Thesis (Ed.D.)--University of Toronto (Canada), 2000
This thesis analytically investigates Drama as a therapeutic medium in an educational context. It emphasizes the inter-relationship between Drama and Therapy implying the connection of Drama as a helping medium to Drama Education. By interviewing each of eight practitioners, representing categorical archetypes in the field, the researcher transcribes their data into narratives. These experts from the field include a former Drama student, an author/researcher, secondary and elementary Drama teachers, a university Drama instructor, and artist/educators. A follow-up session with this group produces a schema of themes that recur in all narrative data. The analysis integrates these themes providing thirty-four points in support of the thesis. The study concludes that Drama represents a "double mirror" for Drama Education. It shows that Drama as a therapeutic medium has meaning, both personal and shared, that affects the interpretation of the role and function of the Drama teacher in the whole educational system
School code: 0779
DDC
Host Item Dissertation Abstracts International 61-06A
Subject Education, Curriculum and Instruction
Theater
0727
0465
Alt Author University of Toronto (Canada)
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