Evaluace v dramaterapii

Translated title of the contribution: Evaluation in dramatherapy

Research output: Book/Report typesBook

Abstract

This scientific monograph presents a theoretical basis and research results in the area of evaluation in dramatherapy. It stems from the need to show the efficiency of dramatherapy and to explain the specific principles of its functioning proved by evidence. Existing approaches in evaluation are mainly based on the assessment of clients though general psychological instruments before and aft er providing intervention. It occurred that there is an absence of a complex system of evaluation that would capture the results of the therapy as well as its process and effective factors specific for dramatherapy. The authors of the publication constructed and validated their own evaluation rating instrument and designed further possibilities of evaluation with different focus and usage of several types of methodology. The creation of the evaluation tools was preceded by an analysis of selected theories of dramatherapy and by a construction of a theoretical platform of research. Subsequently, methodological approaches to evaluation were examined from the perspective of product or process orientation and from the perspective of selection of the methodological paradigm of quantitative or qualitative research. Th e analysis lead into comparison of evaluation tools in the historical context with the focus on instruments implementing parts of drama. The authors conducted a series of researches focused on verification of methods of evaluations specific for dramatherapy. These researches included: a) a study on the usage of role profiles within role theory and comparison of results with previous researches; b) art-based research as means of evaluation that draws on the artistic nature of dramatherapy and explores dramatherapeutic constructs by dramatherapeutic methods; c) construction and validation of the evaluation rating instrument, which includes dramatherapeutic categories that allow observing changes in clients in time; d) qualitative analysis of dramatherapeutic process from the perspective of clients; and e) self-evaluation of a dramatherapist, which fills in the jigsaw of complex evaluation. Th e meaning of the publication lies in creating a comprehensive concept of evaluation in dramatherapy including evaluation from the perspectives of research subjects and objects and from the perspective of different methodological approaches. Designing and verification of evaluation instruments in art-based research, qualitative analysis and quantitative tools of the evaluation rating and dramatherapist self-evaluation instrument presented in the monograph belong to the outcomes of the POST-UP II. Project – Support of creating of excellent research teams and inter-sectorial mobility at Palacky University in Olomouc II. (CZ.1.07/2.3.00/30.0041).
Original languageCzech
Place of PublicationOlomouc
PublisherPalacky University in Olomouc
Number of pages90
ISBN (Print)978-80-244-4723-0
Publication statusPublished - 2015

Fingerprint

evaluation
rating
qualitative research
art
role theory
quantitative research
research results
drama
paradigm
efficiency
methodology

Keywords

  • Dramatherapy

Cite this

Lessner Listiakova, I., & Valenta, M. (2015). Evaluace v dramaterapii. Olomouc: Palacky University in Olomouc.
Lessner Listiakova, Ivana ; Valenta, Milan. / Evaluace v dramaterapii. Olomouc : Palacky University in Olomouc, 2015. 90 p.
@book{613286d356ac432a9c0fb453ef7f1f29,
title = "Evaluace v dramaterapii",
abstract = "This scientific monograph presents a theoretical basis and research results in the area of evaluation in dramatherapy. It stems from the need to show the efficiency of dramatherapy and to explain the specific principles of its functioning proved by evidence. Existing approaches in evaluation are mainly based on the assessment of clients though general psychological instruments before and aft er providing intervention. It occurred that there is an absence of a complex system of evaluation that would capture the results of the therapy as well as its process and effective factors specific for dramatherapy. The authors of the publication constructed and validated their own evaluation rating instrument and designed further possibilities of evaluation with different focus and usage of several types of methodology. The creation of the evaluation tools was preceded by an analysis of selected theories of dramatherapy and by a construction of a theoretical platform of research. Subsequently, methodological approaches to evaluation were examined from the perspective of product or process orientation and from the perspective of selection of the methodological paradigm of quantitative or qualitative research. Th e analysis lead into comparison of evaluation tools in the historical context with the focus on instruments implementing parts of drama. The authors conducted a series of researches focused on verification of methods of evaluations specific for dramatherapy. These researches included: a) a study on the usage of role profiles within role theory and comparison of results with previous researches; b) art-based research as means of evaluation that draws on the artistic nature of dramatherapy and explores dramatherapeutic constructs by dramatherapeutic methods; c) construction and validation of the evaluation rating instrument, which includes dramatherapeutic categories that allow observing changes in clients in time; d) qualitative analysis of dramatherapeutic process from the perspective of clients; and e) self-evaluation of a dramatherapist, which fills in the jigsaw of complex evaluation. Th e meaning of the publication lies in creating a comprehensive concept of evaluation in dramatherapy including evaluation from the perspectives of research subjects and objects and from the perspective of different methodological approaches. Designing and verification of evaluation instruments in art-based research, qualitative analysis and quantitative tools of the evaluation rating and dramatherapist self-evaluation instrument presented in the monograph belong to the outcomes of the POST-UP II. Project – Support of creating of excellent research teams and inter-sectorial mobility at Palacky University in Olomouc II. (CZ.1.07/2.3.00/30.0041).",
keywords = "Dramatherapy",
author = "{Lessner Listiakova}, Ivana and Milan Valenta",
year = "2015",
language = "Czech",
isbn = "978-80-244-4723-0",
publisher = "Palacky University in Olomouc",

}

Lessner Listiakova, I & Valenta, M 2015, Evaluace v dramaterapii. Palacky University in Olomouc, Olomouc.

Evaluace v dramaterapii. / Lessner Listiakova, Ivana; Valenta, Milan.

Olomouc : Palacky University in Olomouc, 2015. 90 p.

Research output: Book/Report typesBook

TY - BOOK

T1 - Evaluace v dramaterapii

AU - Lessner Listiakova, Ivana

AU - Valenta, Milan

PY - 2015

Y1 - 2015

N2 - This scientific monograph presents a theoretical basis and research results in the area of evaluation in dramatherapy. It stems from the need to show the efficiency of dramatherapy and to explain the specific principles of its functioning proved by evidence. Existing approaches in evaluation are mainly based on the assessment of clients though general psychological instruments before and aft er providing intervention. It occurred that there is an absence of a complex system of evaluation that would capture the results of the therapy as well as its process and effective factors specific for dramatherapy. The authors of the publication constructed and validated their own evaluation rating instrument and designed further possibilities of evaluation with different focus and usage of several types of methodology. The creation of the evaluation tools was preceded by an analysis of selected theories of dramatherapy and by a construction of a theoretical platform of research. Subsequently, methodological approaches to evaluation were examined from the perspective of product or process orientation and from the perspective of selection of the methodological paradigm of quantitative or qualitative research. Th e analysis lead into comparison of evaluation tools in the historical context with the focus on instruments implementing parts of drama. The authors conducted a series of researches focused on verification of methods of evaluations specific for dramatherapy. These researches included: a) a study on the usage of role profiles within role theory and comparison of results with previous researches; b) art-based research as means of evaluation that draws on the artistic nature of dramatherapy and explores dramatherapeutic constructs by dramatherapeutic methods; c) construction and validation of the evaluation rating instrument, which includes dramatherapeutic categories that allow observing changes in clients in time; d) qualitative analysis of dramatherapeutic process from the perspective of clients; and e) self-evaluation of a dramatherapist, which fills in the jigsaw of complex evaluation. Th e meaning of the publication lies in creating a comprehensive concept of evaluation in dramatherapy including evaluation from the perspectives of research subjects and objects and from the perspective of different methodological approaches. Designing and verification of evaluation instruments in art-based research, qualitative analysis and quantitative tools of the evaluation rating and dramatherapist self-evaluation instrument presented in the monograph belong to the outcomes of the POST-UP II. Project – Support of creating of excellent research teams and inter-sectorial mobility at Palacky University in Olomouc II. (CZ.1.07/2.3.00/30.0041).

AB - This scientific monograph presents a theoretical basis and research results in the area of evaluation in dramatherapy. It stems from the need to show the efficiency of dramatherapy and to explain the specific principles of its functioning proved by evidence. Existing approaches in evaluation are mainly based on the assessment of clients though general psychological instruments before and aft er providing intervention. It occurred that there is an absence of a complex system of evaluation that would capture the results of the therapy as well as its process and effective factors specific for dramatherapy. The authors of the publication constructed and validated their own evaluation rating instrument and designed further possibilities of evaluation with different focus and usage of several types of methodology. The creation of the evaluation tools was preceded by an analysis of selected theories of dramatherapy and by a construction of a theoretical platform of research. Subsequently, methodological approaches to evaluation were examined from the perspective of product or process orientation and from the perspective of selection of the methodological paradigm of quantitative or qualitative research. Th e analysis lead into comparison of evaluation tools in the historical context with the focus on instruments implementing parts of drama. The authors conducted a series of researches focused on verification of methods of evaluations specific for dramatherapy. These researches included: a) a study on the usage of role profiles within role theory and comparison of results with previous researches; b) art-based research as means of evaluation that draws on the artistic nature of dramatherapy and explores dramatherapeutic constructs by dramatherapeutic methods; c) construction and validation of the evaluation rating instrument, which includes dramatherapeutic categories that allow observing changes in clients in time; d) qualitative analysis of dramatherapeutic process from the perspective of clients; and e) self-evaluation of a dramatherapist, which fills in the jigsaw of complex evaluation. Th e meaning of the publication lies in creating a comprehensive concept of evaluation in dramatherapy including evaluation from the perspectives of research subjects and objects and from the perspective of different methodological approaches. Designing and verification of evaluation instruments in art-based research, qualitative analysis and quantitative tools of the evaluation rating and dramatherapist self-evaluation instrument presented in the monograph belong to the outcomes of the POST-UP II. Project – Support of creating of excellent research teams and inter-sectorial mobility at Palacky University in Olomouc II. (CZ.1.07/2.3.00/30.0041).

KW - Dramatherapy

M3 - Book

SN - 978-80-244-4723-0

BT - Evaluace v dramaterapii

PB - Palacky University in Olomouc

CY - Olomouc

ER -

Lessner Listiakova I, Valenta M. Evaluace v dramaterapii. Olomouc: Palacky University in Olomouc, 2015. 90 p.