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by Brian Sutton-Smith

Download A Childrens Games Anthology: Studies in Folklore and Anthropology (Studies in Play and Games) ePub
  • ISBN 0405079281
  • ISBN13 978-0405079283
  • Language English
  • Author Brian Sutton-Smith
  • Publisher Ayer Co Pub (April 1, 1976)
  • Pages 400
  • Formats docx doc mbr azw
  • Category Different
  • Subcategory Social Sciences
  • Size ePub 1523 kb
  • Size Fb2 1693 kb
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ISBN 13: 9780405079283. A Childrens Games Anthology: Studies in Folklore and Anthropology (Studies in Play and Games).

Brian Sutton Smith (July 15, 1924 – March 7, 2015), better known as Brian Sutton-Smith, was a play theorist who spent his lifetime attempting to discover the cultural significance of play in human life.

Brian Sutton Smith (July 15, 1924 – March 7, 2015), better known as Brian Sutton-Smith, was a play theorist who spent his lifetime attempting to discover the cultural significance of play in human life, arguing that any useful definition of play must apply to both adults and children. He demonstrated that children are not innocent in their play and that adults are indeed guilty in theirs. In both cases play pretends to assist them in surmounting their Darwinian struggles for survival.

Anthropological studies of children's play and games illustrate their importance in childhood socialization .

Anthropological studies of children's play and games illustrate their importance in childhood socialization, learning, and development processes (James 1998; Sawyer 2002; Schwartzman 1976).

This is a comprehensive study of all games, board games, card games, strategy games, children's games and . Brian Sutton-Smith is the author of some 50 books, the most recent of which is The Ambiguity of Play, and some 350 scholarly articles

This is a comprehensive study of all games, board games, card games, strategy games, children's games and sporting games such as baseball. What is the history of games? Why do people play games? The authors. Brian Sutton-Smith is the author of some 50 books, the most recent of which is The Ambiguity of Play, and some 350 scholarly articles. He has been the President of The Anthropological Association for the Study of Play and of The American Psychological Association, Division g10 (Psychology and the Arts). As a founder of the Children's Folklore Society he has received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Folklore Society.

Children's Folklore: A Source Book. Most studies of children’s folk culture are based on collecting and analyzing items of folklore like rhymes, jokes, riddles, and games

Children's Folklore: A Source Book. Book Description: A collection of orginal essays by scholars from a variety of fields- includng American studies, folklore, anthropology, pyschology, sociology, and s Folklore: A Source Book moves beyond traditional social-science views of child development. Most studies of children’s folk culture are based on collecting and analyzing items of folklore like rhymes, jokes, riddles, and games. Few describe or analyze the ways children use their folklore, or how its form and function vary across social contexts (J. Evans 1986; Factor 1988).

Anthology answers the question: "What should we study next?" Small group, Bible study, community or life group-whatever you call the circle of people you meet with to study Scripture-one thing is true: the greatest discussions.

Anthology answers the question: "What should we study next?" Small group, Bible study, community or life group-whatever you call the circle of people you meet with to study Scripture-one thing is true: the greatest discussions center around engaging content. Anthology is a digital collection of group study materials created and tested by North Point Ministries. Anthology answers the question: "What should we study next?" Small group, Bible study, community or life group-whatever you call the circle of people you meet with to study Scripture-one thing is true: the greatest discussions center around engaging content.

The repeatedly lost art of studying games Sutton-Smith has covered this perspective much better in The Ambiguity of Play (1997) where he describes the idea of playing a. .

The repeatedly lost art of studying games. Sutton-Smith has covered this perspective much better in The Ambiguity of Play (1997) where he describes the idea of playing as children's preparation for adult life as one of seven rhetorics on play. In Norman Reider's dogmatic but curiously compelling article Chess, Oedipus, and the Mater Dolorosa (1959), the history of chess is examined in a psychoanalytical perspective.

Brian Sutton-Smith (1924–2015) was one of the foremost play scholars of the last 100 years. His The Ambiguity of Play (1997) stands alongside Johann Huizinga’s Homo Ludens (1938) and Roger Caillois’s Man Play and Games (1961) as a touchstone of play theory

Brian Sutton-Smith (1924–2015) was one of the foremost play scholars of the last 100 years. His The Ambiguity of Play (1997) stands alongside Johann Huizinga’s Homo Ludens (1938) and Roger Caillois’s Man Play and Games (1961) as a touchstone of play theory. His collected works, papers, and personal library are a key element of the Brian Sutton-Smith Library and Archives of Play, and they symbolize the import of its holdings.

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