Conference Papers Now Available!
We are pleased to announce that the papers generated from the Role-playing and Simulation in Education Conference at Texas State University and Living Games 2016 were published in the International Journal of Role-playing 6 and 7. The tables of contents are listed below with links to the documents.
On behalf of the organizer and editorial team, we are immensely proud of the efforts of the authors and reviewers who made these issues possible. Thank you for all your hard work.
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Sarah Lynne Bowman, “Editorial”
Brodie Atwater, “We Need to Talk: A Literature Review of Debrief”
Sarah Lynne Bowman and Anne Standiford, “Enhancing Healthcare Simulations and Beyond: Immersion Theory and Practice”
Gabriel de los Angeles, “Scaffolding Role Playing: An Analysis of Role-playing Interactions with Non Role-players of All Ages”
J. Tuomas Harviainen, “Physical Presence in Simulation: A Scratch at the Surface of Complexity”
Graham MacLean, “One Way to Create Educational Games”
Evan Torner, “Teaching German Literature Through Larp: A Proposition”
Evan Torner, “Editorial”
Tim Hutchings and Jason Giardino, “Foucault’s Heterotopias as Play Spaces”
Diana J. Leonard, “Conflict and Change: Testing a Life-cycle Derived Model of Larp Group Dynamics”
TiMar Long, “Character Creation Diversity in Gaming Art”
Samara Hayley Steele, “The Reality Code: Interpreting Aggregate Larp Rules as Code that Runs on Humans”
William J. White, “Actual Play at the Forge: A Rhetorical Approach”