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1977 - Role playing in social simulation games: A study of the effects of several gaming techniques upon attitudes toward racial and ethnic minority groups.

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Role playing in social simulation games: A study of the effects of several gaming techniques upon attitudes toward racial and ethnic minority groups. Authors: Renneker, James L., U Texas, Austin.

Authors:
Renneker, James L., U Texas, Austin
Source:
Dissertation Abstracts International, Vol 37(8-A), Feb, 1977. pp. 5333.
Page Count:
1
Publisher:
US : ProQuest Information & Learning
Other Journal Titles:
Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences and Engineering
ISSN:
0419-4217 (Print)
Language:
English
Keywords:
role playing in structured vs unstructured social simulation games, attitudes toward racial & ethnic minority groups
Subjects:
*Attitude Change; *Minority Groups; *Racial and Ethnic Attitudes; *Role Playing; *Simulation Games
PsycINFO Classification:
Social Psychology (3000)
Population:
Human
Format Covered:
Electronic
Publication Type:
Dissertation Abstract
Document Type:
Dissertation
Release Date:
19780301
Accession Number:
1978-05615-001

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