sociodrama


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so·ci·o·dra·ma

 (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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sociodrame
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Estava alicercado em duas estrategias: participacao dos profissionais de saude mental em reunioes com as Equipes de Saude da Familia para a escolha dos casos considerados mais graves e realizacao de atividades de sensibilizacao por meio de sociodrama.
Tal como afirmo una joven en su entrevista: "las papas bombas, los gritos, las asambleas, los gases lacrimogenos y la presencia del ESMAD (2)"--, hechos que dramatizan en forma de chiste en la tecnica de sociodrama y que incluso, a veces describen con orgullo, quiza no el acto violento sino las ideas "altruistas" que hay tras este, asi como lo refiere una estudiante durante su entrevista:
IDMP is thus actuated on wholistic ethnopsychological tools of insight, of knowing the time-tested sagacity passed on by the wise African solons, whose intention was to preserve the 'Reciprocity Principle' in our transgenerational memory, so that the self-healing power-our Ase-can be intensified within the sociodrama of our Carnivalesque life, where art imitates nature and everyone is a revolutionary 'spec-actor' (see Boal 1979, 1998 and Brathwaite 2009).
Foundations of Sociometry, Group Psychotherapy, and Sociodrama, Beacon House, Inc, Beacon, NY, USA, 1934.