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Document Type Master's Dissertation
Author Gous, Suretha
Email surethag@icon.co.za
URN etd-10262007-090549
Document Title 'n Intra-vergelykende verkenning van die gebruik van simboliese materiaal in projeksieplate met kinders (Afrikaans)
Degree MEd
Department Educational Psychology
Advisor Name Title
Prof A C Bouwer Supervisor
  • kultuursensitiwiteit
  • dynamic questioning
  • dinamiese invraging
  • cultural sensitivity
  • projeksie
  • dynamic assessment
  • projection plates
  • tematiese appersepsie
  • symbolic material in projection plates
  • dinamiese assessering
  • projeksieplate
  • simboliese materiaal in projeksieplate
  • projection
  • thematic apperception
Date 2007-04-26
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AFRIKAANS : ‘n Intra-vergelykende verkenning is onderneem van die gebruik van simboliese materiaal in projeksieplate met kinders. Ondersoek is ingestel na die appèlwaarde en stimuluspotensiaal van projeksieplate met simboliese materiaal. ‘n Meervoudige gevallestudie-model met vier deelnemers is gevolg. ‘n Postmoderne, kwalitatiewe navorsingsontwerp met die sosiaal-konstruktivistiese perspektief as grondslag, het as raamwerk vir hierdie studie gedien.

Die response op die projeksieplate met simboliese materiaal is intra-vergelykend geweeg teen die response op die TAT-plate. Die wyse waarop kinders se response beïnvloed is deur die gebruik van simboliese materiaal in projeksieplate, hoe projektief betekenisvol die response was en die duidinge wat volgens die projeksie-, struktuur- en meta-analise na vore gekom het, is verken. Hoofbevindinge dui op geval-unieke response wat deur die projeksieplate met simboliese materiaal ontlok is. Alhoewel hoë appèlwaarde bevind is, het meer assosiasies eerder as projeksies voorgekom. Relevante projeksie-inhoud is egter wel deur die projeksieplate met simboliese materiaal ontlok, alhoewel die projeksie-inhoud minder eksplisiet voorgekom het.

ENGLISH : An intra- comparative exploration of the utility of symbolic material in projection plates for assessment purposes with children was undertaken. Investigation was specifically centred on the appeal value and stimulus potential of projection plate content with symbolic material depictions. A Postmodern, qualitative research approach was maintained and the social-constructivist paradigm functioned as a framework for the study. Within this overarching design framework, a multiple case study design was used and four children acted as case participants.

The responses of each child participant to the projection plates with symbolic material illustrations were compared with his/her responses to Thematic Apperception Test (TAT) projection plates. In particular, the manner in which the children’s responses were influenced by the use of symbolic material in projection plates, how qualitatively meaningful their responses were and the indicators that came to the fore in the projection, structure and meta analyses were explored. The study’s main findings indicate case-specific responses that were elicited by the projection plates with symbolic material. Although the symbolic material projection plates were found to have heightened appeal value for the participants in this study, more associations rather than actual projections were apparent. Relevant projection content was thus found although it was not so explicit as in the case of the projection content found in the TAT responses.

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