Simulation & Gaming: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Theory, Practice and Research
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Simulation & Gaming: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Theory, Practice and Research is the world's foremost scientific review devoted to original work in academic and applied issues in the increasingly popular methodology of simulation/gaming as used in education, training, consultation and research round the world.  Simulation/gaming is to be taken in its broadest meaning, to encompass such areas as simulation, computerized simulation, gaming, serious gaming, simulation/gaming, policy exercises, planning exercises, debriefing, analytic discussion, post-experience analysis, after-action review, modeling, virtual reality, game theory, role-play, role-playing, play, active learning, experiential learning, learning from experience, toys, playthings, structured exercises, debriefing.  This quarterly journal examines the methodologies and explores their application to learning about and understanding real-world problems and situations.  As learning in some form is often the focus of articles, debriefing also is usually an essential component.

The broad scope and multidisciplinary nature of S&G is demonstrated by the variety of its readers and contributors.  They work in sociology, political science, economics, education, cognition, psychology, social-psychology, social psychology, management, business, marketing, government, entrepreneurship, environmental issues, health, medicine, research methodology, communication, environment, policy, planning, educational, technology, computing, geography, climate change, multi-culturalism, multi-cultural, intercultural, culture, organization studies, negotiation, history, peace studies, business, statistics, decision making, conflict management, cognition, communication, political science, language learning, media, learning theory, international studies, educational technology, information technology.

The journal also includes professional matters, such as calls for papers, announcements and news from professional associations.

To get an idea of the scope of the journal and of type of manuscript to submit, it is vital to look at a few recent issues.  These can be ordered from the publisher, Sage Periodicals Press or consulted in a library.  See also S&G information at Sage.