The American Journal of Play is an interdisciplinary journal written for a diverse international readership.
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The second issue of volume 15 of the American Journal of Play features an interview of the distinguished artist, scholar, and game designer Mary Flanagan, who discusses her research on art and play, the critical play game design model, and colonialist board games. The issue also includes articles that explore the relationships between play and learning in low-income families, children’s dark play, the importance of flow in established play cycles, and social and spatial play domains in a childcare setting.
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