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Welcome to Ludodemia

Page history last edited by Joanna Postlethwaite 10 years, 9 months ago

Ludodemia

   An online database for articles relating to video game studies. 

 

    1. Introduction to Issues Around Video Games
    2. Game Studies Theory

 

    1. Motivational Effect of Gaming
    2. Educational Uses
      1. Measuring Effectiveness/Engagement
      2. General
      3. Specific Disciplines
      4. Civics/Citizenship
      5. Game technological and media literacy
    3. Video Games as Distraction from Education
    4. Other

 

    1. Video Game Violence: General
    2. and Aggression
    3. and Cognition
    4. and Desensitisation
    5. and Morality
    6. and Hostility
    7. and Physiological Arousal
    8. Sexualised Violence
    9. Risk Factors
    10. Content Ratings 

 

    1. Prosocial Behaviour
    2. Aggressive Behaviour (not necessarily violent video games)
    3. Morality and Ethics
    4. Co-operation and Group Play
    5. Social Confidence and Relationships (Online and offline)
    6. General Effects
    7. Miscellaneous

 

    1. Therapeutic Use
      1. Physiological
      2. Cognitive
      3. Stress disorders and phobias
      4. Other
    2. Gaming 'Addiction'
      1. How many/Who's addicted?
      2. Diagnosis
      3. Treatment
      4. By Genre or Specific Game
      5. Effects on the brain
    3. Development
    4. Sleeping patterns (often include other effects e.g. mood, academic perfomance etc.)
    5. Weight and Exercise 

 

    1. Cognitive Function/Strategy

      1. Surgical skills
    2. Attention (Advantages and Disadvantages) 

 

    1. General
    2. Gender Difference (Choice of games, engagement etc.)
    3. Characterisation, Objectification, Sexualisation and Body Image
    4. Sexuality
    5. Gender and Race
    6. Other

 

    1. Identity
    2. Demographics
    3. Race and Culture
    4. Other 

 

    1. Realism, Presence and Immersion
    2. Engagement
    3. Experience of Time in Video Games
    4. Performance
    5. Why do people play video games?
    6. Other

 

 

 

 

 

 

    1. Video Game 'Addiction'
    2. Video Game Violence
    3. Gender and Gaming
    4. Games and Health
    5. Video Games as Art
    6. Serious Games 

 

 


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