role playing

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Englisch - Türkisch
rol yapma
(Askeri) temsil etme
rol oynama
role play
(Dilbilim) rol yapma
role play
(Sinema) rol oynama
Englisch - Englisch
way of assessing in which a person plays out a social role that is not his own; also used in psychotherapy
In symbolic interactionism it is the ability of an individual to observe and take the role of another that is key to identity One learns how to play roles, such as playing the role of a student
Acting out the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors of another person or role, such as a doctor
A therapeutic technique in which the therapist and client act as if they were people in problematic situations (p 583)
Improvising movement and dialogue to put oneself in another’s place in a particular situation and often to examine the person(s) and/or situation(s) being improvised
In psychotherapy, a technique which requires the individual to enact a social role other than his own or to try out new roles for himself
- Activity in which participants take on characteristics and/or perform actions according to directions for the activity, with the purpose of skill building, usually in the relational development area
Role-Playing Games (RPG's) are a set of games unlike most games in that much of what happens isn't based strictly on luck or skills or something like that Rather, in role-playing you assume the life of your character It's a lot like impromptu acting with a few rules thrown in to keep everything nice and neat
playing parts, pretending to be on different sides of a conflict
Psychodrama technique in which persons are trained to function more effectively in their real-life roles In the therapeutic setting of psychodrama, the patient is free to try and to fail in their roles, and try again until they succeed Mew approaches to feared situations can thus be learned and applied outside the therapeutic setting
A process whereby a sales trainee acts through the sale of a product or service to a hypothetical buyer
Dramatization of real-life situations in which students assume roles
role playing game
Alternative spelling of roleplaying game
role playing games
plural form of role playing game
Role Playing Game
game in which each player acts in the role of a particular character and invents situation and events without any pre-prepared script, RPG (also on the Internet)
massively multiplayer online role-playing game
An online computer role-playing game in which a large number of players can interact with one another
massively multiplayer online role-playing games
plural form of massively multiplayer online role-playing game
Present participle of role-play
Action in which a person takes on a role (as that of an actor) and pretends or acts out being that character
role-playing game
Alternative spelling of roleplaying game
role-playing games
plural form of role-playing game
role-playing video game
A genre of video game that uses gameplay elements found in a paper-and-pencil role-playing game (character classes, leveling up)
role-playing video games
plural form of role-playing video game
Present participle of rôleplay
role play
If people role play, they do a role play. Rehearse and role-play the interview with a friend beforehand. + role playing role play·ing We did a lot of role playing
role play
Role play is the act of imitating the character and behaviour of someone who is different from yourself, for example as a training exercise. Group members have to communicate with each other through role-play
XE "Role-playing"  - Method of training in which participants "act out" or simulate realistic situations
To pretend you are in a different situation or are a different person; to act out a situation
Portraying a character in an informal dramatic activity
A method for teaching attitudes and behaviors important to interpersonal relations by having the subject assume a part in a spontaneous play, whether in psychotherapy or in leadership training
role-playing game
A game in which players assume the roles of characters and act out fantastical adventures, the outcomes of which are partially determined by chance, as by the roll of dice
third-person singular of roleplay
acting a particular role (as in psychotherapy)
role playing