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How to Define Games and Why We Need to

Jonne Arjoranta
2019 THE COMPUTER GAMES JOURNAL  
This article provides guidelines on how to make useful game definitions and discusses when that is a worthwhile undertaking.  ...  It examines a recent article attempting to define videogames (Bergonse in Comput Games J 6(4):239-255, 2017. https ://doi.org/10.1007/s4086 9-017-0045-4), and uses it as an example to discuss game definitions  ...  I wish to thank Michael Debus, Andreas Geisler, Paweł Grabarczyk, Michael Heron, Veli-Matti Karhulahti and the ITU WIP seminar participants for their comments on this article.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40869-019-00080-6 fatcat:pc5bdj7lk5dqhhiyh5fcmg7t6y

EDUCATIONAL POTENTIAL OF VIDEO GAMES: WORLDVIEW AND METHODOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS
ОСВІТНІЙ ПОТЕНЦІАЛ ВІДЕОІГОР: СВІТОГЛЯДНО-МЕТОДОЛОГІЧНІ ЗАСАДИ

Horban Olexander, Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University
2019 Osvìtologìčnij diskurs  
Bergonse, R. (2017), Fifty Years on, What Exactly is a Videogame? An Essentialistic Definitional Approach / Rafaello Bergonse // The Computer Games Journal. 6. 10.  ...  http://andrewd.ces.clemson.edu/courses/cpsc414/spring14/papers/group5.pdf Esposito, N. (2005), A Short and Simple Definition of What a Video Game Is.  ... 
doi:10.28925/2312-5829.2019.3-4.1934 fatcat:of2j2t52xjd5xcnq2mk6ehys4i

Fanpower and Characters'Migration

Maria DICIEANU
2015 E-REA  
to ask when talking about migration or adaptation is exactly what happens to a traditional character during this process.  ...  With Fifty Shades of Grey , the emphasis is on the characters and their (mis)behaviour. In fact E. L.  ... 
doi:10.4000/erea.4744 fatcat:2rucw4mcbbbirnaldfefglavb4

Adaptation in the Age of Media Convergence

Liam Burke
2020 Adaptation  
in the room of adaptation studies, so to speak: since adaptation, at least in its most common understanding, describes the transposition of a story or its elements from one medium to another, it is necessarily  ...  An increased interest in adaptation studies in the early 21st century has generated countless discussions about rethinking adaptations as well as the field of adaptation studies as a whole.  ...  At the same time, some questions/gaps become more pertinent: what exactly is the situation on Earth (what kind of society is extant), what exactly is the role and position of the Weyland company, what  ... 
doi:10.1093/adaptation/apaa021 fatcat:h57qbqdldbfddi7asynx4fzqni

iBooks Portfolios: Interface, Audiences, and the Making of Online Identities

Thomas Peele, Melissa Antinori
2013 Journal of Basic Writing  
Thank you Veronica Yon and the Florida A&M University Writing Resource Center staff for providing me a space to write, fret, and feel the sun. And a very special thank you to my FAMU students.  ...  Endnotes Acknowledgements I would like to thank my students over the past three years who have taught me so much about the use of the metaphors described in this article.  ...  is described as invis- ible because it does not fit a definition of what it means to be writing.  ... 
doi:10.37514/jbw-j.2013.32.2.03 fatcat:6vsluaqmtjdcfa5z33um7yrcge

The Objective Function: Science and Society in the Age of Machine Intelligence [article]

Emanuel Moss
2022 arXiv   pre-print
The enactment of data performances is analyzed as an agential cut into a representational field that produces both stable claims about the world and the interpretive frame in which those claims can hold  ...  Machine intelligence, or the use of complex computational and statistical practices to make predictions and classifications based on data representations of phenomena, has been applied to domains as disparate  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS While this dissertation is presented as a work of sole authorship, it has not come into being through my efforts alone.  ... 
arXiv:2209.10418v1 fatcat:rx3a75ut2bgmlfuqfqd6vuwt6u

Subjectivity: filmic representation and the spectator's experience

2012 ChoiceReviews  
The publication of this book is made possible by a grant from the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO).  ...  Only one individual knows what he wants, what he is looking for: the 90-year-old poet, Hannah's grandfather.  ...  His voice makes him visible." 26 His Notes on the Cinematographer correspond exactly to what is being put into practice in his movies.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.49-5567 fatcat:co5g7eagerfjrjaxn4grjv2qo4

Narrative theory unbound: queer and feminist interventions

2015 ChoiceReviews  
T his book began as a conversation among the presenters and participants who gathered in Columbus, Ohio, from May 12 to May 14, 2011, to explore new directions in queer and feminist narrative theory.  ...  it in, living almost another fifty years.  ...  She was revered for some fifty years-in nineteen collective biographies of women between 1880 and 1930-and then dropped out of sight (in one collection of 1993). 5 In what circumstances did her kind of  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.192704 fatcat:p4obxdfgvfc6fhkov2m676u2mi

Full Volume 5: Working Papers in Literacy, Culture, and Language Education (WPLCLE)

Serafín M. Coronel-­Molina, Melissa McNabb, Alexandra M. Panos
2017 International Journal of Literacy, Culture, and Language Education  
It's not clear, however, what exactly he meant by "future vision".  ...  What a place to be an intellectual!  ...  Hisham: Bengali, we can learn heritage culture more when it is included in school curriculum Rasel: What do you think students learn Standard English in school?  ... 
doi:10.14434/ijlcle.v5i0.26946 fatcat:ksjrhost6zhcrloxgvxbnzu5re

Geographies of Modernism in a Globalizing World

Andreas Huyssen
2007 New German Critique  
Exhibitions in a Global Age presents the history of the art world as one that is multilayered, overlapped in order to contradict the grand narrative of Western modernity.  ...  It challenges the proposition of a singular notion of modernity contemplating Andreas Huyssen's words for an "expanded notion of the geographies of modernism" as a way to "understand [the process of] globalization  ...  of Deleuze and Guttari, and definitely follows an ahistorical approach in which the authors adopt a perspective that is non-linear. 298 They do not want to present history as one grand narrative but allude  ... 
doi:10.1215/0094033x-2006-023 fatcat:pabsykgzyba2np5d3b3jg7ctlq

Your ad here: the cool sell of guerrilla marketing

2013 ChoiceReviews  
Drawing upon Foucauldian theory that conceptualizes an active subject rather than a form of domination that has often defined the use of power, I argue that this is a regime of casual, if not "invisible  ...  Drawing upon Foucauldian theory that conceptualizes an active subject rather than a form of domination that has often defined the use of power, I argue that this is a regime of casual, if not "invisible  ...  is a monumental shift that I think they'll look back on in fifty years and say, 'You know, this is the time -can you believe before this everybody was sort of these drones watching what media producers  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.51-0376 fatcat:ubulvivuavgbdkbt2qvdusoff4

Eurhythmatic analysis: A rhetoric of adaptation

Mark Rowell Wallin
2013 Journal of Adaptation in Film & Performance  
What we find when we approach a popular re-articulation of a 50-year old text (modeled on medieval and Anglo-Saxon epic forms) is that a literal adaptation of Tolkien's work would not fit, particularly  ...  (1996, 345) Yet this is exactly what New Line and Peter Jackson have done: created a tangible object from a digital text.  ... 
doi:10.1386/jafp.6.2.125_1 fatcat:tioc7m4b2zc2pmyffkhetcm2ei

Artificialities: From Artificial Intelligence to Artificial Culture

Tama Leaver, Jane Long
2006 Zenodo  
The thesis structure is five chapters, each focusing on a specific formation of the artificial. The first examines the most [...]  ...  Artificialities: From Artificial Intelligence to Artificial Culture Subjectivity, Embodiment and Technology in Contemporary Speculative Texts This thesis is an examination of the articulation, construction  ...  prediction that AI will be a reality in fifty years 44 ; Arthur C.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5558285 fatcat:fgpfqhgkf5dz3lheh5bf6dwyoy

IJSD Volume 2 2012 Scaffolding the Medium

Claudia Kappenberg, Douglas Rosenberg
2017 The International Journal of Screendance  
essentialist definitions and to recognize that "what cinema is has changed enough times for a history of cinema's identities to be written. " 35 In common with a number of historians of the medium (  ...  And identifiable authorship is quite rare. This lack of self-definition is cause for concern in a field that teeters on marginality. " 4 Aesthetics is what allows us to recognize art as such.  ...  CW: A conflation of the languages of dance and film is what necessarily constitutes this new language.  ... 
doi:10.18061/ijsd.v2i0.6131 fatcat:docbe4t2hzfepp4q764r5udnoi

Beyond Subcultural Community: A Sociological Analysis of Japanese Animation Fans and Fandoms [article]

Nazario Robles Bastida, University Of Calgary, Kevin M. Young, Scott McLean
2019
Through ethnographic research on Japanese animation fans in Mexico and Canada and a theoretical framework informed by the oeuvre of Pierre Bourdieu, I propose that Japanese animation fandom is not a bounded  ...  Proposing that media fans constituted both a subculture and an interpretive community, Jenkins reified fandoms as bounded, subcultural groups composed of nomadic readers.  ...  Acknowledgements Writing this dissertation has been a long, challenging and interesting journey that I could have not undertaken on my own.  ... 
doi:10.11575/prism/36345 fatcat:og4gsbc6y5avzkmuoczbm2nulq
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