Title: Narrative dynamics and psychodynamics
Authors : Boothe, Brigitte
von Wyl, Agnes
Wepfer, Res
Published in : Psychotherapy Research
Volume(Issue) : 9
Issue : 3
Pages : 258
Pages to: 273
Publisher / Ed. Institution : Routledge
Issue Date: 1999
Language : Englisch / English
Subject (DDC) : 616.89: Psychische Störungen, klinische Psychologie, Psychiatrie
808: Rhetorik und Schreiben
Abstract: Everyday narratives refer to events, but the act of narrating does not serve merely to retell facts. Instead, in narrating, we recount personal experience. We do this suggestively, attempting to involve the listener emotionally. We tell about conflict issues that are affecting us as positive or negative arousal, and that-in the service of integration-demand social resonance. We seek the emotional involvement of an empathetic audience in our subjective concerns. Narratives are linguistic stage productions. The storyteller directs the scene and assigns dramatic roles and degrees of involvement to the speaker-listener group. Thus, conflict-laden experience becomes something that can be articulated, and finds emotional acceptance in the social sphere. Using a psychodynamic concept of scene production, this finding, formulated in psychodynamic terms, can be implemented in psychotherapy. Stories presented by clients in the psychotherapeutic setting may be systematically viewed as linguistic enactments of conflicts and subjective concerns. The narrative-analytic program called “Jakob is introduced.
Departement: Angewandte Psychologie
Organisational Unit: Psychologisches Institut (PI)
Publication type: Beitrag in wissenschaftlicher Zeitschrift / Article in scientific Journal
Type of review: Keine Angabe / Not specified
DOI : 10.1080/10503309912331332751
ISSN: 1050-3307
URI: https://digitalcollection.zhaw.ch/handle/11475/3676
License (according to publishing contract) : Lizenz gemäss Verlagsvertrag / Licence according to publishing contract
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