Editorial: Conflicts

  • Matthew Barr University of Glasgow http://orcid.org/0000-0002-5147-0673
  • Landon Kyle Berry
  • Mahli-Ann Butt
  • Daniel Joseph Dunne
  • Charlie Ecenbarger
  • Sarah Beth Evans
  • Lorraine Murray
  • Michael James Scott
  • Lars de Wildt

Abstract

The Editorial Board reflects on the theme of 'conflict', as observed in the work published in this issue, and in the wider world.

Author Biography

Matthew Barr, University of Glasgow
University Teacher and PhD student at the University of Glasgow. Lecturer at Glasgow Caledonian University. PhD research concerns how playing video games may help develop transferable skills and competencies. Convenor of the HATII Game Studies course.
Published
December 7, 2016
How to Cite
Barr, M., Berry, L., Butt, M., Dunne, D., Ecenbarger, C., Evans, S., Murray, L., Scott, M., & de Wildt, L. (2016). Editorial: Conflicts. Press Start, 3(2), i-iii. Retrieved from http://press-start.gla.ac.uk/index.php/press-start/article/view/68/53
Section
Editorial

Keywords

video game; game studies; conflict