Shared Fantasy: Role Playing Games as Social Worlds
University of Chicago Press, 14 aug. 2002 - 283 sidor
This classic study still provides one of the most acute descriptions available of an often misunderstood subculture: that of fantasy role playing games like Dungeons & Dragons. Gary Alan Fine immerses himself in several different gaming systems, offering insightful details on the nature of the games and the patterns of interaction among players—as well as their reasons for playing.
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The Reality of Fantasy
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