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Dukes, R. L.  (1976).  Simulation and gaming and the teaching of sociology.  Sixth edition.  Washington, DC: American Sociological Association.  Available at

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Simulation and Gaming and the Teaching of Sociology
6th edition, 1997.
Compiled by Richard L. Dukes
Colorado University, Colorado Springs

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