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Rethinking Gamification by Mathias Fuchs, et al.

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Rethinking Gamification
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Publisher: meson press
ISBN-13: 9783957960016
Number of pages: 344

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Gamification marks a major change to everyday life. It describes the permeation of economic, political, and social contexts by game-elements such as awards, rule structures, and interfaces that are inspired by video games. Sometimes the term is reduced to the implementation of points, badges, and leaderboards as incentives and motivations to be productive. Sometimes it is envisioned as a universal remedy to deeply transform society toward more humane and playful ends.

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