The gameful world : approaches, issues, applications / edited by Steffen P. Walz & Sebastian Deterding.

by Deterding, Sebastian, 1978- [editor.]Looking glass; Walz, Steffen P., 1973- [editor.]Looking glass.

Publisher: Cambridge, Massachusetts : The MIT Press, [2014]Description: ix, 676 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 24 cm.ISBN: 026202800X; 9780262028004.Subject(s): Creative ability -- Social aspectsLooking glass | Games -- Social aspectsLooking glass | Play -- Social aspectsLooking glass | Social psychologyLooking glass
Contents:
An introduction to the gameful world / Steffen P. Walz and Sebastian Deterding Manifesto for a Ludic Century / Eric Zimmerman -- The ambiguity of games : histories and discourses of a gameful world / Sebastian Deterding -- Why gamification is bullshit / Ian Bogost -- Gamification as behavioral psychology / Conor Linehan, Ben Kirman, and Bryan Roche -- Contraludics / Mark Pesce -- Gamification and motivation / C. Scott Rigby -- Gamification and economics / Juho Hamari, Kai Huotari, and Juha Tolvanen -- Losing is fun / McKenzie Wark -- Pleasurable troublemakers : gamification and design / Marc Hassenzahl and Matthias Laschke -- Games as design archetypes / John M. Carroll -- Behind games : playful mindsets and transformative practices / Jaakko Stenros -- A gameful mind / Buster Benson -- Playing the good life : gamification and ethics / Miguel Sicart -- Games and the world / Frank Lantz -- Playful aesthetics : toward a ludic language / Mary Flanagan -- Gamification and post-fordist capitalism / PJ Rey -- Monkey brains and fraction bingo : in defense of fun / Bernie DeKoven -- Gamification and culture / Rilla Khaled -- The playpump / Ralph Borland -- Technologies of control? : foucault and gamification / Jennifer R. Whitson -- Privacy and data collection in the gameful world / Lori Andrews -- Gamification and morality / Evan Selinger, Jathan Sadowski, and Thomas Seager -- Playful systems / Kevin Slavin -- The technical conditions of a gameful world / Nicolas Nova -- Bot-mediated reality / Daniel A. Suarez -- The gamepocalypse and the pleasure revolution / Jesse Schell -- Playful design in practice / Jussi Holopainen and May Stain -- Gamification and the enterprise / Ethan Mollick and Kevin Werbach -- When peers select tasks and teams / JP Rangaswami -- Gamification and social media / Cliff Lampe -- Collaboration in the gameful world / Peter Williams -- Massively multiplayer research : gamification and (citizen) science / Seth Cooper -- Game state? : gamification and governance / Greg Lastowka and Constance Steinkuehler -- Homo ludens (subspecies politikos) / William Gaver -- The gameful city / Kars Alfrink -- Mobilising gamification / Paul Coulton -- Gamifying green : gamification and environmental sustainability / Jon Froehlich -- Gamification and health / Sean A. Munson, Erika Poole, Daniel B. Perry, and Tamara Peyton -- Learning to pivot : a play on possibility / Katie Salen -- Gamification and learning / Dennis Ramirez and Kurt Squire -- I'm not playful, I'm gameful / Jane McGonigal.
Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

What if every part of our everyday life was turned into a game? The implications of "gamification." What if our whole life were turned into a game? What sounds like the premise of a science fiction novel is today becoming reality as "gamification." As more and more organizations, practices, products, and services are infused with elements from games and play to make them more engaging, we are witnessing a veritable ludification of culture.
Yet while some celebrate gamification as a possible answer to mankind's toughest challenges and others condemn it as a marketing ruse, the question remains- what are the ramifications of this "gameful world"? Can game design energize society and individuals, or will algorithmic
incentive systems become our new robot overlords?
In this book, more than fifty luminaries from academia and industry examine the key challenges of gamification and the ludification of culture-including Ian Bogost, John M. Carroll, Bernie DeKoven, Bill Gaver, Jane McGonigal, Frank Lantz, Jesse Schell, Kevin Slavin, McKenzie Wark, and Eric Zimmerman. They outline major disciplinary approaches, including rhetorics, economics, psychology, and aesthetics; tackle issues like exploitation or privacy; and survey main application domains such as health, education, design, sustainability, or social media.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

An introduction to the gameful world / Steffen P. Walz and Sebastian Deterding Manifesto for a Ludic Century / Eric Zimmerman -- The ambiguity of games : histories and discourses of a gameful world / Sebastian Deterding -- Why gamification is bullshit / Ian Bogost -- Gamification as behavioral psychology / Conor Linehan, Ben Kirman, and Bryan Roche -- Contraludics / Mark Pesce -- Gamification and motivation / C. Scott Rigby -- Gamification and economics / Juho Hamari, Kai Huotari, and Juha Tolvanen -- Losing is fun / McKenzie Wark -- Pleasurable troublemakers : gamification and design / Marc Hassenzahl and Matthias Laschke -- Games as design archetypes / John M. Carroll -- Behind games : playful mindsets and transformative practices / Jaakko Stenros -- A gameful mind / Buster Benson -- Playing the good life : gamification and ethics / Miguel Sicart -- Games and the world / Frank Lantz -- Playful aesthetics : toward a ludic language / Mary Flanagan -- Gamification and post-fordist capitalism / PJ Rey -- Monkey brains and fraction bingo : in defense of fun / Bernie DeKoven -- Gamification and culture / Rilla Khaled -- The playpump / Ralph Borland -- Technologies of control? : foucault and gamification / Jennifer R. Whitson -- Privacy and data collection in the gameful world / Lori Andrews -- Gamification and morality / Evan Selinger, Jathan Sadowski, and Thomas Seager -- Playful systems / Kevin Slavin -- The technical conditions of a gameful world / Nicolas Nova -- Bot-mediated reality / Daniel A. Suarez -- The gamepocalypse and the pleasure revolution / Jesse Schell -- Playful design in practice / Jussi Holopainen and May Stain -- Gamification and the enterprise / Ethan Mollick and Kevin Werbach -- When peers select tasks and teams / JP Rangaswami -- Gamification and social media / Cliff Lampe -- Collaboration in the gameful world / Peter Williams -- Massively multiplayer research : gamification and (citizen) science / Seth Cooper -- Game state? : gamification and governance / Greg Lastowka and Constance Steinkuehler -- Homo ludens (subspecies politikos) / William Gaver -- The gameful city / Kars Alfrink -- Mobilising gamification / Paul Coulton -- Gamifying green : gamification and environmental sustainability / Jon Froehlich -- Gamification and health / Sean A. Munson, Erika Poole, Daniel B. Perry, and Tamara Peyton -- Learning to pivot : a play on possibility / Katie Salen -- Gamification and learning / Dennis Ramirez and Kurt Squire -- I'm not playful, I'm gameful / Jane McGonigal.

Author notes provided by Syndetics

Steffen P. Walz is an Associate Professor and Director of the Games and Experimental Entertainment Laboratory (GEElab) in the School of Media and Communication at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, and Director of RMIT's GEElab Europe in Karlsruhe, Germany.

Sebastian Deterding is Assistant Professor in the Game Design Program at Northeastern University, and associate at the international design agency Hubbub.

Steffen P. Walz is an Associate Professor and Director of the Games and Experimental Entertainment Laboratory (GEElab) in the School of Media and Communication at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, and Director of RMIT's GEElab Europe in Karlsruhe, Germany.

Sebastian Deterding is Assistant Professor in the Game Design Program at Northeastern University, and associate at the international design agency Hubbub.

Eric Zimmerman is a game designer, game design theorist, and co-founder and CEO of gameLab. He has taught at universities including MIT, the University of Texas, Parsons School of Design, New York University, Rhode Island School of Design, and the School of Visual Arts.

Sebastian Deterding is Assistant Professor in the Game Design Program at Northeastern University, and associate at the international design agency Hubbub.

Ian Bogost is Ivan Allen College Distinguished Chair in Media Studies and Professor of Interactive Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology, a Founding Partner at Persuasive Games LLC, and the coauthor of Newsgames- Journalism at Play (MIT Press, 2010).

McKenzie Wark (she/her), awarded the 2019 Thoma Prize for writing in digital art, is the author of A Hacker Manifesto Gamer Theory , and The Beach Beneath the Street . Wark's correspondence with Kathy Acker was published by Semiotext(e) as I'm Very Into You .

John M. Carroll is a professor in the School of Information Sciences and Technology at Penn State University, University Park, PA. He has been elected into the CHI Academy by The Association for Computing Machinery's Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction (ACM SIGCHI) in recognition of his outstanding leadership and service in the field of computer-human interaction.

Miguel Sicart is Associate Professor at the Center for Computer Game Research at IT University Copenhagen. He is the author of The Ethics of Computer Games and Beyond Choices- The Design of Ethical Gameplay , both published by the MIT Press.

Mary Flanagan is Sherman Fairchild Distinguished Professor in Digital Humanities, Director of the Tiltfactor game research laboratory, and Professor in the Department of Film and Media Studies at Dartmouth College. She is the author of Critical Play- Radical Game Design (MIT Press).

Bernard De Koven was a leading game designer and theorist of fun. He was a codirector of the New Games Foundation, a founder of the Games Preserve, the author of the game studies classic The Well-Played Game- A Player's Philosophy (MIT Press), Junkyard Sports , and A Playful Path , and creator of the website deepfun.com.

Jathan Sadowski is a Research Fellow in the Emerging Technologies Research Lab at Monash University.

Kevin Werbach is Professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Founder of the technology consulting firm Supernova Group, he has advised the FCC and Department of Commerce on communication policy. He is the coauthor of For the Win- How Game Thinking Can Revolutionize Your Business .

Katie Salen Tekinbas is Professor in the School of Computing and Digital Media at DePaul University and Chief Designer and Researcher at Institute of Play.

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