ERIC Number: ED073674
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Publication Date: 1972
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Simulation and Gaming in Social Science.
Inbar, Michael; Stoll, Clarice S.
Simulation and gaming can be useful tools for research, theory building, and teaching. This book first discusses basic aspects that most simulations have in common and then presents 14 case studies of actual simulations that use a wide variety of techniques, purposes and subjects. Final chapters discuss whether and how to design a simulation or game to fit one's aims and means. (Author/RH)
Descriptors: Case Studies, Computers, Games, Guides, Instructional Design, Models, Simulation, Social Sciences, Teaching Methods
The Free Press, Department FNY, Riverside, New Jersey 08075 ($10.95)
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