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The study sought to investigate how docudrama film could be used as a psychotherapeutic tool among traumatized women refugees.
The objectives of the study were: to establish the levels of psychological distress, establish whether cinematic techniques affect psychological distress, and investigate the effectiveness of docudrama films on the levels of psychological distress among urban women refugees.
The study employed mixed method research design which covered both qualitative and quantitative approaches.
A population of 48 participants was purposively sampled for this study.
Participatory action approach, observation and Interview methods were used in data collection.
The study used questionnaires, psychological distress scale, Beck‟s depression inventory, interview guide, observation guide and content analysis guide as research instruments.
Paired T-test was conducted in order to establish the significance of relationship between the two groups.
Dr Eliud Situma holds a PhD degree in Film from Kenyatta University, Kenya, MA (Communication Studies) School of Journalism, University of Nairobi.
Currently, undertaking an LL.B at University of Nairobi.
He has authored a number of articles on Film and Psychotherapy, Nurturing Nationhood through Peace Media and Behaviour Change Communication.
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