Date of Award
MA - Master of Arts
Abstract A theoretical investigation of the spaces where dramatic realities and virtual realities reside is researched and examined. How and for what purpose these locations exist is considered. Is technological space actual, virtual, or somewhere in between and where do our bodies intersect in that dimensional landscape? Can we as practitioners of drama therapy, specifically Developmental Transformations (DvT), be in conversation with the growing dominance of virtual technologies, and where do the boundaries of human territory fit in relation to both? Possible implications for future practice/research are considered. An appendix is included with examples of my art-based response to the research.
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Marshall, Jennifer, "T is for Territory: A Literature Review of Human Experience in Dramatic and Virtual Spaces" (2020). Expressive Therapies Capstone Theses. 172.
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