Introduction: Studying War and Games

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Hammond, P and Pötzsch, H (2019). Introduction: Studying War and Games. in: War Games Memory, Militarism and the Subject of Play London Bloomsbury Academic. pp. 1-14
AuthorsHammond, P and Pötzsch, H
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This interdisciplinary volume brings together scholars from games studies, media and cultural studies, politics and international relations, and related fields to examine the complex relationships between military-themed videogames and real ...

KeywordsSocial Science
Page range1-14
Year2019
Book titleWar Games Memory, Militarism and the Subject of Play
PublisherBloomsbury Academic
Place of publicationLondon
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ISBN9781501351150
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Print12 Dec 2019
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Deposited14 Apr 2021
Web address (URL)https://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/war-games-9781501351150/
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