A Study of the Relevance of Gender Identity and Characterization of Female Gamers in Massively Multiplayer Online Games

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Mei-Hsueh Yang; I-Ning Chao;
(2018)
  • Publisher: National Chengchi University
  • Journal: Mass Communication Research (issn: 1016-1007)
  • Subject: Massive Multiplayer Online Game | gender identity | P87-96 | Communication. Mass media | characterization
    mesheuropmc: human activities

The population of female gamers of Massive Multiplayer Online Games has increased significantly. Massive Multiplayer Online Games provide a virtual stage for players to freely shape their virtual roles and rebuild their self-identification based on preferences. Thus, ch... View more
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