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Arai, Kiyoshi

Gaming, Simulations, and Society

Arai, Kiyoshi - Gaming, Simulations, and Society, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Toward a New Science of Simulation and Gaming: ISAGA and the Identity Problem of Simulation and Gaming as an Academic Discipline
Rei Shiratori

Part I.Social Sciences and Simulation and Gaming

2. The Game of “Forming a Coalition Government”
Masayoshi Kuboya, Satoshi Kimura

3. Environmental Commons Game: Is the Free Rider a “Bad Apple”?
Susumu Ohnuma

4. Use of Gaming for Training Emergency Headquarters in Responding to Earthquake Damage: VEQRES/SAITAI—Virtual Earthquake RESponses—
Hideki Kaji, Katumi Matsumura, Toshiyuki Kaneda, Hidehiko Kanegae, Kenichi Ishibashi, Mari Yahagi, Jun Mihira

5. The Urban Network Game: A Simulation of the Future of Joint City Interests
Igor Mayer, Martijn Leijten, Linda Carton, Martin Jong, Richard Scalzo, Ed Dammers, Femke Verwest

6. A Report of U-Mart Experiments by Human Agents
Kazuhisa Taniguchi, Yoshihiro Nakajima, Fumihiko Hashimoto

7. Price Competition Between Middlemen: An Experimental Study
Kazuhito Ogawa, Kouhei Iyori, Sobei H. Oda

Part II.Social Relevancies in Simulation and Gaming

8. Facilitation in Communication: Toward a Study of an Educational Gaming Simulation
Fumitoshi Kato

9. The Features and Roles of Simulation Software in the Classroom
Kanji Akahori

10. Instructional Activities Game: A Tool for Teacher Training and Research into Teaching
Toshiki Matsuda

11. Prefrontal Cortex Deactivation During Video Game Play
Goh Matsuda, Kazuo Hiraki

12. The Quantity and Context of Video Game Violence in Japan: Toward Creating an Ethical Standard
Akiko Shibuya, Akira Sakamoto

13. Background and Current Status of Learning Games in the Field of Japanese School Education
Haruo Kamijo

14. Yutori Is Considered Harmful: Agent-Based Analysis for Education Policy in Japan
Atsuko Arai, Takao Terano

Part III.Strategies and Policy Exercise

15. Simulations and Social Responsibility: Why Should We Bother?
Ivo Wenzler

16. Motivation Styles to Speak Out, Decision Rules, and Group Size as Determinants of Group Decision Making: Simulation of Meetings
Nireka Adachi, Masayori Ishikawa, Koichi E. Okamoto

17. Openness: A Key to Good Team Performance
Minako Fujiie, Sigehisa Tsuchiya, Akira Tanabe, Koichi Sekimizu

18. A Business Game with Social Consequences
Joseph Wolfe

Part IV.Designs and Tools of Simulation and Gaming

19. An Evaluation of Role-Playing Gaming on Reformation Toward Sustainable Rural Society: How to Awaken a Regional Context in Citizens
Shinobu Kitani, Kiyoshi Arai, Tadashi Hasebe, Noriaki Nomura, Fumihiro Nakano

20. Congruent Facilitation of Simulations and Games
Elyssebeth Leigh, Laraine Spindler

21. The Loss of Concentration by the Effects of the Timing of Commercial Breaks
Noriko Nagata, Sanae H. Wake, Mieko Ohsuga, Seiji Inokuchi

22. Utilization of Neural Networks and Genetic Algorithms to Make Game Playing More Exciting
Norio Baba, Wang Shuqin

23. Effective Learning Through Gaming Simulation Design
Willy C. Kriz, Matthias Puschert, Angelika Dufter-Weis, Juliane Karl

24. For the Knowledge Society: How to Involve Human Resources in Gaming
Arata Ichikawa, Mieko Nakamura

Part V.Paradigms in Simulation and Gaming

25. Social Contributions and Responsibilities of Simulation and Gaming: Thoughts on the Retirement of Gaming Simulations
Cathy S. Greenblat

26. Enhancing Policy Development Through Actor-Based Simulation
Jan Klabbers

27. Complex Project Management and Gaming Simulation Methodology: Enriching Interfaces Between the Mission and Performance
Shigenobu Ohara, Kiyoshi Arai

28. Possibilities and Prospects of On-Line Games in Asia
Koichi Hosoi

29. Information Technology Policy and Culture in France
Nagisa Yokoyama

30. Agent-Based Simulation of Alliance of Automobile Enterprises
Shigemasa Suganuma, Nam Huynh, Yoshiteru Nakamori, Jian Chen

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Keywords: SOCIAL SCIENCE / General SOC000000

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Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2005
Language
en
Edition
1
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9784431267973

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