Rzetelność procedury wyodrębniania opowieści ukrytych z monologów
Dariusz Kuncewicz , Dorota Kuncewicz , Ewa Sokołowska , Wojciech Kruszewski
AbstractThe study examines the reliability of a procedure for isolating a hidden story from a monologue on an assigned topic. We define “hidden story” as a story about the author’s own life, which is accessible from his monologue “indirectly” by analysing the textual contexts of the speech rules used in this monologue. The procedure involves the following stages: (1) identifying narratively out-of-key elements and assigning them to specific linguistic and/or literary theory categories; (2) analysing their functions and textual contexts, and drawing interpretative conclusions; (3) formulating a hidden story. The study uses a monologue on “the latest most important changes in your life.” The consecutive stages of the procedure were realised by three three-person teams (each made up of two psychologists and one specialist in Polish studies). We assumed that the concordance between the results obtained by the teams at each stage of the procedure is a measure of its reliability. The teams achieved the relatively smallest concordance at Stage 1 and the largest at the next two stages. Comparing the results obtained by the three teams allows us to initially classify the key functions of out-of-key elements, and propose an interpretive strategy and a way of formulating a hidden story.
|Journal series||Przegląd Psychologiczny, [The Review of Psychology], ISSN 0048-5675, (B 12 pkt)|
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