This article presents an ethnographic analysis of case studies derived from fieldwork that was designed to consider the different ways Korean game players establish community online and offline. It considers ways Korean youth participate in activities at Korean computer game rooms, which can be thought of as “third places.”
CPROST Catalogue Number: 06-02
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