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Video Games as Meaningful or Eudaimonic Experiences

"Research on meaningful or eudaimonic gaming experiences explores players’ profound responses to video games. It rests on the observation that video games have ‘grown up’ in the 2000s and 2010s..." – By Daniel Possler

LGBTI and Indigenous Groups in Ecuadoran Media

"Public opinion is strongly influenced by the images that media present of the outside world and the frames of the main issues. In the case of Ecuador, this media content..." – By Palmira Chavero Ramírez and Martín Oller Alonso

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