Corpus ID: 146643525

Game Mechanics to Promote New Understandings of Identity and Ethnic Minority Stereotypes

@inproceedings{Lee2013GameMT,
  title={Game Mechanics to Promote New Understandings of Identity and Ethnic Minority Stereotypes},
  author={J. Lee},
  year={2013}
}
  • J. Lee
  • Published 2013
  • Political Science
The following paper discusses the design, creation, and evaluation of a new class of digital games, Identity Supportive Games, as a tool to promote new understandings of self-identity and ethnic minority stereotypes. In particular, aspects of the Asian-American experience, including the effects of Asian stereotypes like the “Model Minority” myth, were targeted. In this design-based research study, qualitative and quantitative data sources explored the impact of game mechanics within Identity… Expand
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