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CULTURA DIGITAL
FAMILIES AT PLAY
FAMILIES AT PLAY. CONNECTING AND LEARNING THROUGH VIDEO GAMES
AA.VV
2018
224
978-0-262-03746-4
ENGLISH
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sinopsis

How family video game play promotes intergenerational communication, connection, and learning.Video games have a bad reputation in the mainstream media. They are blamed for encouraging social isolation, promoting violence, and creating tensions between parents and children. In this book, Sinem Siyahhan and Elisabeth Gee offer another view. They show that video games can be a tool for connection, not isolation, creating opportunities for families to communicate and learn together.Like smartphones, Skype, and social media, games help families stay connected. Siyahhan and Gee offer examples: One family treats video game playing as a regular and valued activity, and bonds over Halo.


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