عنوان مقاله [English]
This article tries to psychologically analyze the female character in the Suffocation movie from the perspective of Jeffrey Young's abandonment schema. The pattern of abandonment is shaped by what happened in childhood. This article deals with the category of cinema and its role in recognizing schemas with the aim of answering the question of whether the female character of the Suffocation movie can be studied on the basis of schema theory.In this research, an attempt has been made to analyze and critique the character of the Sahra Mashreghi in the movie by describing Jeffrey Young's schemas. The method of collecting library information is to review and watch the movie directly. The main questions of this research are how cinema can play an important role in awaring the audience about their mental health in terms of schema cognition? What is the role of the audience's identification with the characters in recognizing the schemas? The results show that the audience can see the character of the film who is caught in these schemas, identify with them and find a connection between their mental problems and the characters of the film, and look for a way to cut this The cycle becomes flawed. Therefore, the role of cinema in showing schemas can be very effective.Throughout his life, man is constantly grappling with various psychological issues and, without knowing it, institutionalizes them within himself as childhood perceptions of society, parents, family, and other environments in which he grows up. Human personality disorders have different symptoms. Such as anxiety, depression, addiction, overeating, insomnia, fear, etc. Humans can change their lives with small changes in their social interactions as well as personal and social relationships. One of the most important ways to understand human neuropathy is through schema, which psychologists Jeffrey Young and Janet Closco use instead of the term life trap. Jeffrey Young is a faculty member in psychiatry, the founder and director of the New York Center for Cognitive Therapy, which raises the issue of schema-based therapy. He believes that childhood plays a very important and significant role in human life, as well as the development and formation of his personality. In fact, the experiences that occur in childhood for a person, both positively and negatively, can be the reason for expressing his reactions and answers to problems. It is as if the patterns, patterns, and behaviors that occurred in childhood are repeated throughout the stages of life, and this vicious cycle will not fail unless man becomes aware of this repetitive vicious cycle and consciously recognizes it, and with the help of the psyche. The therapist or by using his own exercises to end or modify the sequential process .In this article, first, the issue of schemas is raised with the aim of informing cinema and the audience about issues and problems that create traps in human life in childhood and are repeated in adulthood, and Jeffrey Young calls them schemas or traps. He remembers the events of life, events that constantly repeat themselves and do not stop.This article tries to examine the release trap seen in the character of the Eastern Desert in the film Suffocation, and also raises the question of whether the audience who is caught in this release trap, with Does watching this movie realize your problem and take action to fix it? Basically, does cinema have the ability to play an important role in informing the audience about its mental health? How much does the family put the issue of child mental health awareness at the top of the child's upbringing and development? How effective is cinema in this awareness? Is the role and position of the audience's identification with the film characters effective in recognizing and informing the family to prevent or recognize and treat schemas? The method of library research is direct review and observation in a descriptive and analytical manner.In fact, the key concept of schema therapy is to identify early maladaptive schemas that are always constant throughout life. The basis of schemas is based on the principle of cognitive coordination, in which human beings explain situations and issues in order to prove and perpetuate their views in order to confirm their schemas.This article deals with the category of cinema and its role in recognizing schemas in order to answer the question of whether the female character of the film Suffocation can be studied on the basis of schema theory. In this research, an attempt has been made to analyze and critique the character of the Eastern Desert in the movie Suffocation by describing Jeffrey Young's schemas.