Approaching the War/Game Nexus [Editorial]

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Pötzsch, H and Hammond, P (2016). Approaching the War/Game Nexus [Editorial]. Game Studies. 16 (2).
AuthorsPötzsch, H and Hammond, P
Abstract

Introduction to co-edited journal special issue, War/Game: Studying Relations Between Violent Conflict, Games, and Play.
War and games are intrinsically connected. The present editorial maps the war/game nexus, locates the issue in academic discourse, and briefly introduces each contribution included in this special issue of Game Studies.

KeywordsFilm, Television And Digital Media; Communication And Media Studies; Communication & Media Studies
Year2016
JournalGame Studies
Journal citation16 (2)
PublisherGame Studies
ISSN1604-7982
Web address (URL)http://gamestudies.org/1602/articles/potzschhammond
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Accepted01 Dec 2015
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