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Edu-larp Paths in Education : A Pedagogic Research on Ethnic Prejudice and Empathy through Games

  title={Edu-larp Paths in Education : A Pedagogic Research on Ethnic Prejudice and Empathy through Games},
  author={Andrea Maragliano},
The society we live in leads us to rethink education and communication languages, especially in educational processes concerning children and adolescents. It seems increasingly difficult to build meaningful educational experiences able to involve young people in transformative processes and overcome the ingrained "nihilistic sense”. The new digital paradigm and the evolving perceptions of corporeal forms bring some crucial changes we need to explore. The social science teachings need, therefore… Expand
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