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VIDEO GAME INTERACTIVITY 3 Measuring Interactivity in Video Games Video games

@inproceedings{Weber2015VIDEOGI,
  title={VIDEO GAME INTERACTIVITY 3 Measuring Interactivity in Video Games Video games},
  author={Ren{\'e} Weber and Katharina-Maria Behr and Cynthia H. DeMartino},
  year={2015}
}
Video games have become a remarkably popular form of new media, and their use is impacting multiple fields of study within the communication discipline. For instance, research programs in health, instructional, feminist/gender, interpersonal, and intercultural communication have all examined video games. Interactivity is the hallmark of video games. Consequently, interactivity is a common concept in the video game literature. While video game interactivity (VGI) is still an under-specified… Expand

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