Body, Space, and Gendered Gaming Experiences: A Cultural Geography of Homes, Cybercafes, and Dormitories

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Abstract

As massively multiplayer online games (MMO) have started to catch up with video games as a favored leisure activity among adolescents, gender and game studies researchers have shown greater interest in issues involving place and space. In addition to the implications of leisure spaces and game content, recent efforts have focused on online role-playing and gender-based interaction.

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  • Holin Lin

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