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Kseniya Bogomolova
An Appeal to the Character of Artwork as a Condition for Identifying Personal Life-Script
2018
This paper is devoted to the search for an alternative way of studying life scenarios of the individual, different from the existing ones. The paper presents a theoretical overview of various points of view on the nature of the origin of the scenario, the timing of its formation and its strength. Also, some theoretical part of the work is devoted to the analysis of personal adaptations, drivers and parent prohibitions, and their connection. Based on the data obtained, the author proposes to formulate a methodology for the projective analysis of the personality scenario, inviting the respondent to pass the tests first on behalf of the character with whom he identifies himself, and then for himself. In case of coincidence of results after the first and second pass, it will be possible to assert that analysis of the scenario of the person through appeal to the character is possible.

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