La Socionomía y el Pensamiento de Jacobo Levy Moreno: Una Revisión Teórica

Bezanilla, José Manuel; Miranda, Ma. Amparo
June 2012
Revista de Psicologia GEPU;jun2012, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p148
Academic Journal
This work aims to start analyzing and synthesizing the fundamental principles of the socionomía; system of thought which was developed by Jacob Levy Moreno. This is extremely complex and comprehensive, as part of the congruence between the concept of man in Moreno, its epistemological principles, its theoretical scaffolding and technical elements for research and intervention in small groups.


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