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Types of literary therapy`s subjective perceptions utilized by Q-methodology
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Types of literary therapy`s subjective perceptions utilized by Q-methodology
Park, Jeong Hye; Choi, Kyoungho;
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 Abstract
In Korea, the word, `Literary Therapy` can be replaced by `Bibliotherapy`, `Journal Therapy`, `Writing Therapy`, `Poem Therapy`, `Integrated Literary Therapy`, or `Imaginary-Oriented Poetry Therapy`, and so on. This study, intended on people related to literary therapy, uses Q-methodology as useful research method of objectifying abstract concepts which can be perceived differently according to individual experience or perception, to investigate types of literary therapy`s subjective perceptions. The result of study can be analyzed by four types: The first type is `Pursuing Generalization`, the second type is `Considering the Therapist`, the third type is `Emphasizing the Integration`, and the forth type is `Maximizing the literary therapy`. Through this result of the study, we can find the responsibility of literary therapy as a leader of cultural, artistic therapy to break down various pathological situations which contemporary society have.
 Keywords
Factor analysis;literacy therapy;Q-methodology;types of subjective perceptions;
 Language
Korean
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