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Speaking from a breadth of disciplines, themes, and cultural perspectives, the eight essays in this collection offer a wide-ranging view on the ways theatre can be employed in the service of public health. The book begins with a look at the projects of two activist theatre companies: the Theatre Parminou of Quebec's intervention play on domestic violence and the San Francisco Mime Troupe's deconstruction of the tobacco industry's manipulation of teenagers. The next two essays analyze a Speaking from a breadth of disciplines, themes, and cultural perspectives, the eight essays in this collection offer a wide-ranging view on the ways theatre can be employed in the service of public health. The book begins with a look at the projects of two activist theatre companies: the Theatre Parminou of Quebec's intervention play on domestic violence and the San Francisco Mime Troupe's deconstruction of the tobacco industry's manipulation of teenagers. The next two essays analyze a "theatre for survival", where interventions and productions dealing with AIDS and peer violence are performed for and by New York inner-city youth, and a radio sitcom/soap opera devised to raise AIDS awareness in the Copper Belt region of Zambia. Other essays highlight a therapist producing theatre with his patients and an acting coach involved in training family therapists. Through examples drawn from university teaching and field work ranging from "invisible theatre" in a California shopping mall to an intervention piece on childhood malnutrition in the former Zaire, the final essays take an in-depth look at the issues and methods driving a theatre which seeks to contaminate in order to produce a healthy change. Books, Medicine~~Allied Health Services~~Occupational Therapy, Contaminating-Theatre~~Jill-Mac Dougall, 999999999, Contaminating Theatre: Intersections of Theatre, Therapy, and Public Health, Jill MacDougall, P. Stanley Yoder, 0810115352, Northwestern University Press, , , , , Northwestern University Press

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Speaking from a breadth of disciplines, themes, and cultural perspectives, the eight essays in this collection offer a wide-ranging view on the ways theatre can be employed in the service of public health. The book begins with a look at the projects of two activist theatre companies: the Theatre Parminou of Quebec's intervention play on domestic violence and the San Francisco Mime Troupe's deconstruction of the tobacco industry's manipulation of teenagers. The next two essays analyze a "theatre for survival", where interventions and productions dealing with AIDS and peer violence are performed for and by New York inner-city youth, and a radio sitcom/soap opera devised to raise AIDS awareness in the Copper Belt region of Zambia. Other essays highlight a therapist producing theatre with his patients and an acting coach involved in training family therapists. Through examples drawn from university teaching and field work ranging from "invisible theatre" in a California shopping mall to an intervention piece on childhood malnutrition in the former Zaire, the final essays take an in-depth look at the issues and methods driving a theatre which seeks to contaminate in order to produce a healthy change. Contaminating Theatre: Intersections of Theatre, Therapy, and Public Health Dougall, Jill Mac / Macdougall, Jill / Yoder, P. Stanley, Northwestern University Press

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: NORTHWESTERN UNIV PR], Speaking from a breadth of disciplines, themes, and cultural perspectives, the eight essays in this collection offer a wide-ranging view on the ways theatre can be employed in the service of public health. The book begins with a look at the projects of two activist theatre companies: the Theatre Parminou of Quebec's intervention play on domestic violence and the San Francisco Mime Troupe's deconstruction of the tobacco industry's manipulation of teenagers. The next two essays analyze a "theatre for survival", where interventions and productions dealing with AIDS and peer violence are performed for and by New York inner-city youth, and a radio sitcom/soap opera devised to raise AIDS awareness in the Copper Belt region of Zambia. Other essays highlight a therapist producing theatre with his patients and an acting coach involved in training family therapists. Through examples drawn from university teaching and field work ranging from "invisible theatre" in a California shopping mall to an intervention piece on childhood malnutrition in the former Zaire, the final essays take an in-depth look at the issues and methods driving a theatre which seeks to contaminate in order to produce a healthy change. Versandfertig in 2-4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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Speaking from a breadth of disciplines, themes, and cultural perspective, the eight essays in this collection offer a wide-ranging view on the ways theater can be employed in the service of public health. The projects examined include activist theater companies, "theater of survival" dealing with issues like AIDS and peer violence, the use of theater in therapy and in the training of therapists, and an in-depth look at the issues and methods driving any theater seeking to produce a healthy change. The ten contributors include theater practitioners; therapists; and teachers, researchers, and scholars in medical anthropology and international health, psychology and drama therapy, communication and performance studies, and feminist and cultural criticism. administration and medicine economics,allied health professions,arts music and photography,drama,education,education and reference,health fitness and dieting,internal medicine,literature and fiction,medical books Allied Health Professions, Northwestern University Press

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Contaminating Theatre: Intersections of Theatre, Therapy, and Public Health

Speaking from a breadth of disciplines, themes, and cultural perspectives, the eight essays in this collection offer a wide-ranging view on the ways theatre can be employed in the service of public health.The book begins with a look at the projects of two activist theatre companies: the Theatre Parminou of Quebec's intervention play on domestic violence and the San Francisco Mime Troupe's deconstruction of the tobacco industry's manipulation of teenagers. The next two essays analyze a "theatre for survival", where interventions and productions dealing with AIDS and peer violence are performed for and by New York inner-city youth, and a radio sitcom/soap opera devised to raise AIDS awareness in the Copper Belt region of Zambia. Other essays highlight a therapist producing theatre with his patients and an acting coach involved in training family therapists. Through examples drawn from university teaching and field work ranging from "invisible theatre" in a California shopping mall to an intervention piece on childhood malnutrition in the former Zaire, the final essays take an in-depth look at the issues and methods driving a theatre which seeks to contaminate in order to produce a healthy change.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780810115354
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0810115352
Paperback
Publishing year: 1998
Publisher: NORTHWESTERN UNIV PR
252 Pages
Weight: 0,395 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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