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Teach Them All!

Abstract : In France, teachers must teach their children to respect the other sex. They must also educate children to understand the media. While play is an inherent part of pedagogy, few teachers think of using video games in class to address these issues. The following article belongs to the field of cultural and gender studies. It offers an analysis of the male and female performances staged in fighting games and raises the issue of whether these games, which pupils are fond of, are inherently sexist or resolutely egalitarian. It argues that these games, provided we know them, may constitute a genuine educational opportunity.
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Fanny Lignon. Teach Them All!. The Third IEEE International Conference on Digital Game and Intelligent Toy Enhanced Learning, DIGITEL 2010, pp.182 à 184, 2010. ⟨hal-00476246⟩

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