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Laboring to Play: Information, Work, and Video Games

Laboring to Play: Information, Work, and Video Games

As the home game console controller becomes the most familiar tool in a young person’s hands, it is important to turn a critical eye toward the intersection of work and video games. From a historical perspective, the human race has harnessed its natural environment in the service of accomplishing goals through a succession of technological inventions and adaptations (e.g. the stone chisel gave way to the metal chisel, the horse-drawn plow gave way to the … Read entire article »

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