Governance of Digital Game Environments and Cultural Diversity: Transdisciplinary Enquiries

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Christoph Beat Graber
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2010 - Computers - 304 pages
'This collection of legal, philosophical, economic, and cultural perspectives ultimately makes a strong case for the potential value of game environments for addressing diversity issues, but also raises important concerns regarding implementation of c
 

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Contents

Online games and virtual worlds business and policy developments
3
Beyond billiard balls transnational flows cultural diversity and digital games
47
User created content in virtual worlds and cultural diversity
74
The concept and conditions of governance in massively multiplayer online games
113
Second life game or play? Sociological analysis of avatar diversity in Second Life
135
Governance of virtual worlds and the quest for a digital constitution
153
State aid for digital games and cultural diversity a critical reflection in the light of EU and WYO law
170
The protection of minors and its effect on cultural diversity an example of content regulation in digital game environments
202
Advertising in digital games and cultural diversity an EC media law enquiry
237
Index
269
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