Inner Sound or Forum Theater to Resolve Communicational Problems
Usakli H.1
 
Sinop University, Turkey
 
Abstract
Background: Internship is the most important process that prepares a person for his profession. However, this process can also bring some problems in the context of human relations. Inner sound and forum are techniques that have been using in psycho-educational group works. Purpose: To manifest what man want to accomplish and how he perceives the recognition of the problematic situations. The general purpose of the study is whether the students of the Faculty of Education who attend the internship solve the difficult situations they encounter within themselves or try to resolve it through a group discussion. Materials and Methods: This study is conducted in Sinop University Education Faculty’ Elementary School education students. In this study, all data analysis is conducted using interviewing – a qualitative information gathering technique. A study group consisting of 50 university students from different age groups was formed. Two general divisions of personal and group is gathered into categories of obedience to authority and obeying the rules. The qualitative interview conducted. Results: The two general distinctions, personal and group, are divided into two categories: obedience to authority and obedience to rules. Among the qualitative data collection techniques performed, the interview can be grouped as “I cannot do it”, “they do not allow it”, “my friend did not want it”, “I was scared”. Conclusions: Playing to complain and to find solutions instead of muttering is done through interactive forum theater method. For this, it should be suggested that students who attend internship at faculties create a forum to share their experiences, conflicts and problems that they could not find solutions to.
 
 
 
Keywords
Inner sound, intra group communication, dramatic product, Brecht, Boal
 
 
 
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Usakli Hakanhttps://orcid.org/0000-0003-4307-2226; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; Sinop University, Sinop, Turkey.
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Usakli, H. (2021). Inner Sound or Forum Theater to Resolve Communicational Problems. International Journal of Education and Science, 4(1), 26–32. https://doi.org/10.26697/ijes.2021.1.3
 
 
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