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Stories in Games for Health: More Pros or Cons?

Moderator: Tom Baranowski, Participants: Amy Shirong Lu, Richard Buday, Elizabeth J. Lyons, Jesse Schell, Carmen Russoniello
2013 Games for Health Journal  
mediated this effect. 29 For example, in the smartphone game ''Zombies, Run!  ...  The storytelling elements should not interfere with the gameplay, leaving the player with little to do. This would be a violation of fundamental game design rules.  ...  A professional architect by training, Richard and his firm have won more than 50 international awards for design, including broadcast television commercials, illustration and graphic design for corporate  ... 
doi:10.1089/g4h.2013.0052 pmid:26196925 pmcid:PMC4971408 fatcat:5i3bf7mhbzgetcrrkgu5yovmeq

8 More Than Words: Co-Creative Visual Ethnography [chapter]

Darcy Alexandra
2017 Deep Stories  
The opening sequence for his documentary essay is based on a photograph of running shoes smudged with blood (Figure 8 .2).  ...  For me, as a viewer/ listener, this approach often resulted in an unsatisfying trace of the original storytelling performance.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110539356-010 fatcat:6wvxq7avizbw7ak6falf5ia4lm

De la pràctica transmèdia al disseny transmèdia. El paper del disseny en el desenvolupament dels projectes transmèdia

Mariana Ciancia
2019 Temes de Disseny  
narrative running through them» [12] .  ...  From a methodological perspective, the approach aimed at designing Transmedia Practice [23] , has led to focusing the investigation on the development of a useful tool for transmedia system projects.  ... 
doaj:a2f9f9da4fa6416888beb8d400e88d86 fatcat:pfia6bp4kzd45idykqpa7nvnw4

What can gender tell us about the pre-retirement experiences of elite distance runners in Finland?: A thematic narrative analysis

Noora J. Ronkainen, Irina Watkins, Tatiana V. Ryba
2016 Psychology of Sport And Exercise  
This local athlete, 41 years old, is now a kind of role 337 model for me. He is five years older than me, but running and competing just like I 338 am...  ...  For some of the female athletes, loneliness was 399 connected with retirement decision-making: told me yesterday he is quitting running, he is only going to be a recreational athlete 417 from now on.  ...  practical changes in elite running culture in Finland  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.psychsport.2015.06.003 fatcat:rt66gymh3rcfnkdqyszsjv52hi

Human and Business Success Factors for Transmedia Design Collaborations

Kevyn Eva Norton, Michelle Helena Kovacs
2017 Media Industries  
Producers in film, television, marketing, branding, and journalism are continuously experimenting with telling stories across different media.  ...  No standards or widely adopted methods have yet evolved that support predictability of cost and return on investment for most projects.  ...  Consistently communicating is seen more critical to project success than documenting: You cannot run a business saying "here you have a document and now run with it".  ... 
doi:10.3998/mij.15031809.0004.203 fatcat:frwdxf3en5cntcoifi2ydct3bu

The promise of creative/participatory mapping practices for sport and leisure research

Stephanie Merchant
2016 Leisure Studies  
in: the identification of (un)safe urban routes for sport/leisure practice (e.g. running, cycling), the development and site identification of health/physical activity initiatives and the design of urban  ...  It is identified that within human geography, artistic practice and urban design, biomapping and similar community mapping tools and methodologies are increasingly being embraced.  ...  the vicinity of the runner.  ... 
doi:10.1080/02614367.2016.1231830 fatcat:evz2whwjrrc7vl2eehmjng3cou

Stories "matter": Storytelling as community learning within a whole systems approach to recovery

Leah Karen Salter
2020 Murmurations: journal of transformative systemic practice  
Storytelling can also be conceptualised as a resource for transformation and as a mechanism for systems thinking to create "social change" (David Stroh 2015).  ...  We humans, perhaps especially those of us who identify as narrative therapists and systemic practitioners, tell stories all the time, in our everyday talk with family and friends, in dialogue with colleagues  ...  Acknowledgement and thanks To all the storytellers who took part in the project described in this paper. Special thanks to those who consented to share parts of their stories for this publication.  ... 
doi:10.28963/3.1.13 fatcat:7v5tlazswrh3lmh5hnfwyjrlza

The spatial character of sensor technology

Stuart Reeves, Tony Pridmore, Andy Crabtree, Jonathan Green, Steve Benford, Claire O'Malley
2006 Proceedings of the 6th ACM conference on Designing Interactive systems - DIS '06  
This framework is then used to analyse and compare a range of other systems in which sensor technology is used, in order to develop a design spectrum that contrasts the revealing and hiding of a system's  ...  Finally, we discuss the implications for interfaces situated in public spaces and consider the benefits of hiding structure from users.  ...  Can You See Me Now? (CYSMN) was a mixed reality game played between online players faced with a map of a city, and runners on the ground in the city itself.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1142405.1142413 dblp:conf/ACMdis/ReevesPCGBO06 fatcat:xghdlsi45fgunayv6t33bkmbmm

Combining Storytelling Tradition and Pervasive Gaming

Paula Alavesa, Daniele Zanni
2013 2013 5th International Conference on Games and Virtual Worlds for Serious Applications (VS-GAMES)  
Method: This thesis describes the design science research development and empirical evaluation of Props storytelling pervasive game.  ...  Maybe there is room for slight shift back to the old charm of a more intimate storytelling event where everyone is present in one form or another when the story is told.  ...  Hu for taking part in building the game prototype.  ... 
doi:10.1109/vs-games.2013.6624224 dblp:conf/vsgames/AlavesaZ13 fatcat:pm3g32i5rbdvjfmg43kzletgmu

Envisioning curriculum as six simultaneities

Hanin Binte Hussain, Lindsey Conner, Elaine Mayo
2014 Complicity : An International Journal of Complexity and Education  
A self-organising curriculum enables a teacher to create 'a space for running' and foster 'interactive running in that space' to meaningfully honour both the requirements set by authorities and the interests  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank Sport and Recreation New Zealand for their research grant and the children, teachers, whānau/families and management of the Early Childhood Learning Center for participating  ...  It follows then that currere can be viewed as the 'running in that space' which involves runners (teachers and children) interacting with each other and with knowledge that is brought forth in the running  ... 
doi:10.29173/cmplct18941 fatcat:dz3pt4j2vjbthjhxuko7f35i2y

Exploring the impact of independent running on physical activity levels and psychosocial aspects in children with vision impairments (study case: regular exposure to a running-line in a school setting)

Winta Tridhatu Satwikasanti
2022
Study 1 explored how the children with VI perceived running and their motivation towards running through group discussions.  ...  The proposed problem-solving in this research was providing a Running-line as an assistive product to let children with VI run independently.  ...  I appreciate your kindness in running the extra mile for me.  ... 
doi:10.26174/thesis.lboro.20142107 fatcat:pnd654c52zhexfdljf5r42tab4

Designing with the Dialogic Self: A Framework for a Polyphonic Practice of Architectural Design

Mina Tahsiri
2022 Architecture  
This paper questions the degree of inclusivity and equity in the treatment of voices at play in the architectural design process and advocates for an approach whereby architecture can be realized as a  ...  Based on a dialogic ontology, the paper examines how a designer's sense of self can contribute to their method of practice and proposes a new methodology (Narrative-based Dialogic Design-NDD) that can  ...  On reflection, from approaching the design with narrative and storytelling as tools I have become concerned that if I had not been using narrative and storytelling in this project would I still see users  ... 
doi:10.3390/architecture2020020 fatcat:33ngmg7csvfc5ff5q3xoktkqni

Expanding Pre-Service Teachers' Conceptions of Texts, Readers, and Response Through Multimodal Response

Ted Kesler
2011 Language and Literacy: A Canadian Educational e-journal  
Grounded in sociocultural and multimodal theories of literacy, the study addresses the following two research questions: What influence did sociocultural and multimodal engagements with text have on students  ...  Findings show how social negotiation of meaning and robustness of design work expanded participants' understandings of texts, readers, and response that challenge current autonomous, verbocentric conceptions  ...  for meaning; available designs of meaning‖), designing (-the work performed on/with available designs in the semiotic process‖), and the redesigned (the products of design work) (p. 77).  ... 
doi:10.20360/g2001v fatcat:6j624i3o3fg3haxc7jkfr546we

The Creative Process of Designing Today's Movie Soundtracks

Randy Thom, Paula Fairfield, Mark Mangini, Brian Vessa
2020 SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal  
If you are fortunate enough to get on a show that runs for multiple seasons, (which I've been able to do with Lost and Game of Thrones, both of which I joined during Season 3, though I've also designed  ...  turn with the design.  ... 
doi:10.5594/jmi.2020.2987667 fatcat:3yykxwycire5dhofaggqqnbady

Christianity, Sport and Disability: A Case Study of the Role of Long-Distance Running in the Life of a Father and his Son who is Congenitally Blind and has Profound Intellectual Disabilities

Nick Watson, Andrew Parker
2012 Practical Theology  
A series of one-to-one semi-structured interviews were conducted with the father (and mother) concerned and the resultant transcripts analysed using thematic content analysis.  ...  2 The aim of this qualitative case study was to explore the role of sport (long-distance running) in the lives of a father and his son who is congenitally blind and has profound intellectual disabilities  ...  When they run together, James is not attached with a wrist-rope to John, as is the norm for severely visually-impaired runners, but runs just behind him on his right hand side, repetitively touching the  ... 
doi:10.1558/prth.v5i2.189 fatcat:rc2yrraeqzcxxkkzlbto2d7zhu
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