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Psychological Сontent of the Narrative Scheme
Kazantseva Elena Vasil'evna

PhD in Psychology

associate professor at Chekhov Taganrok Institute, branch of the Rostov State University of Economics

347936, Russia, Rostovskaya oblast', g. Taganrog, ul. Initsiativnaya, d.48

Klein44@yandex.ru

Abstract.

Modern narrative researches mostly focus on the phenomenon of narrative identity presenting it as a key construct. The purpose of this article is to shift the emphasis of research to the analysis of the narrative scheme which is described as a stable structure formed within the framework of personal experience. Psychological content of the narrative scheme is defined as personal purposes and actions in terms of one's personal narration. The author of the article proves her idea that the narrative scheme is a basic framework that contains mental and conceptual structures attributable to the narration and personality in general. The author of the article brings forth the idea of multidisciplinary scientific knowledge incorporating elements of modern schematology, narrative approach, psychology and linguistics. The author of the paper analyzes different approaches to the description of the narrative scheme and its main components. The study confirms the idea about the need to study sociocultural foundations of personal experience, revealing personal component in the social deterministic models. Analysis of narrative schemas reveals opportunities for exploration of personal motivation, goal setting process, personal characteristics of perception and understanding of social situations.

Keywords: temporality, approach Story Grammar, goals, action, narrative identity, personal narrative, narrative scheme, plot, script, folk psychology

DOI:

10.25136/2409-8701.2018.1.24412

Article was received:

12-10-2017


Review date:

14-10-2017


Publish date:

22-02-2018


This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .

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