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ERIC Number: ED049109
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970-Apr-17
Pages: 302
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Reference Count: 0
National Gaming Council.
House, Peter W.; And Others
This publication describes thirty-three simulation games discussed at the 9th Symposium of the Council in April of 1970. Those articles related to the social sciences are: 1) Teaching Economics with Competitive Games; 2) An Economic Strategy Analysis Game; 3) A Social Simulation Strategy for Researching the Israeli Arab Conflict; 4) The Use of Simulation Games in Instruction; 5) Simulation in High School Geography; 6) The Carolina Population Center Family Planning Policy Game; 7) Economics of the Environment Decision Model: A First Step; 8) The Design Dilemma: Social Science Games for Whom; 9) Gaming Simulation of Urban Spatial Processes; 10) The Connecticut Game; 11) Fun City: An Urban Planning Game; 12) Two Urban Election Simulations and Urban Analysis; 13) Urban Game Design; 14) Simulation Games in Social Science Teachings and Research; 15) Learning Games in the DePaul College; 16) Simulation in Behavioral Research and Training in the Field of Special Education Administration; 17) Build: A Community Development Simulation Game; and, 18) Czechoslovakia 1968: A Simulation. Other types of simulation games include: war, finance, community emergencies, naval operations, air defense, industrial management, fire protection, and bridge playing. (SBE)
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Authoring Institution: Envirometrics, Inc., Washington, DC.; Scientific Resources, Inc., Union, NJ.
Note: 9th Symposium, April 17-19, 1970