The American Journal of Play is an interdisciplinary journal written for a diverse international readership.
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The first issue of volume 15 of the American Journal of Play features an interview of the esteemed historian Miriam Forman-Brunell, who discusses her research on the history of dolls, play, and American girlhoods. The issue also includes articles that explore the U.S. infant toy market, children’s outdoor physically active play, choreography and play, and the reasons Finnish players quit or reduce their gaming through the lens of specific demands.
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