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|Title:||Freedom in play, as opposed to control in games|
|Authors:||Soderman, S. Lowell|
|Abstract:||In this thesis I identify an important distinction: play per se is essentially free, whereas games per se are to the contrary essentially controlled. While free play and controlled games are regularly complimentary, I argue there can be rather substantive dangers when this distinction is variously confused, such that being free is wrongly understood as being controlled, or vice versa where being controlled is wrongly understood as being free.|
|Appears in Collections:||Humanities - Master's Theses|
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