Shared experiencing, shared understandings: Intersubjectivity as a key phenomenon in drama education
Viirret, T. L. (2018). Shared experiencing, shared understandings: Intersubjectivity as a key phenomenon in drama education. Applied Theatre Research, 6 (2), 155-166. doi:10.1386/atr.6.2.155_1
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This article is a philosophical reflection on intersubjectivity in the context of drama education; it draws on the concept’s most recent neuroscientific basis as well as the perspectives of Merleau-Ponty, Buber and Husserl. Its purpose is to deepen our understanding of the mechanisms of interaction in learning processes in drama education. In the stream of interaction in drama, the central conditions are shared experiencing and shared understandings. Intersubjectivity encompasses both of these. This study views intersubjectivity as an innate capacity and a real phenomenon – one that is a key phenomenon in the interactions of drama education.
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