Call for papers
Special issue of
Simulation & Gaming: An International Journal
Gee Kin Yeo, National University of Singapore
Kiyoshi Arai, Kinki University, Kiushu, Japan
Precha Thavikulwat, Towson University, USA
Shigehisa Tsuchiya, Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan
David Crookall, National University of Singapore
The general theme of Asian experiences in simulation/gaming includes the following, among other topics:
Although simulation/gaming practice, theory and research have probably developed more explicitly in Europe and North America than in most Asian contexts, authors (especially, non-Asians) should avoid any assumption that the norm for simulation/gaming is the western (mainly America-European) model, and that other simulation/gaming methods, uses and approaches are to be seen as "different from" this western model.
Contributions from a variety of perspectives are invited, for example, empirical research (experimental to ethnographic), discussion papers, descriptions of games, literature reviews, resource surveys, ready-to-use simulation/games.
If you wish to contribute, please send a one- to two-page outline with the following elements:
Gee Kin Yeo
School of Computing
National University of Singapore
Lower Kent Ridge Road
Fax = +65 874-2908
E-mail = firstname.lastname@example.org
Once selections have been made, authors will be invited to submit a full paper.
Before submitting an outline, you should look at some recent copies of Simulation & Gaming. For more information on the journal or on obtaining past copies go to http://www.unice.fr/sg/