6-0225
GAMING AND IDENTITY: CREATION AND MAINTENANCE OF INDIVIDUAL IDENTITY WITHIN GAMING AND GAMING COMMUNITIES
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Reviewed By: Central States Anthropological Society
Sunday, November 20, 2016: 10:15 AM-12:00 PM

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This session would be of particular interest to:
Practicing and Applied Anthropologists, Students
Organizers:  Laya Liebeseller (University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Department of Anthropology)
Chairs:  Stephan Hassam (University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee)
Discussants:  Stephan Hassam (University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee)
10:15 AM
Physical Masks: Forming and Reinforcing Identity in Co-Creation Narrative Larp Games
Laya Liebeseller (University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Department of Anthropology)
10:30 AM
Cyberbullying within World of Warcraft’s Looking for Raid: The Shifting of Identities
Heather R Brinkman (University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee)
10:45 AM
Identity, Sociality, and the ‘Magic Circle’ in Online Gaming
Christopher J Cooley (University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee)
11:15 AM
Discussant
Stephan Hassam (University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee)
11:30 AM
Discussion
11:45 AM
Discussion