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Comment trouver son chemin dans les jeux vidéo ? : Pratiques et représentations spatiales des joueurs

Abstract : While video games have become a major cultural practice, we still know little about the diversity of the video game audience and their practices. The need to identify the main issues of the reticularization of the video game practice territories, and to overcome normative debates on violence and addiction, requires a multidisciplinary approach, at the interface between social and cultural geography, and the sociology of cultural practices. The analysis of video games as spatial systems allows us to comprehend the interaction between the different levels of video game practices, and refocusing the study on the players themselves.
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Hovig ter Minassian, Samuel Rufat, Samuel Coavoux, Vincent Berry. Comment trouver son chemin dans les jeux vidéo ? : Pratiques et représentations spatiales des joueurs. Espace Geographique, Éditions Belin, 2011, 40 (3), pp.245-262. ⟨halshs-00641095⟩

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