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It would perhaps be more accurate to say that the structure and “spontaneous” script of the children’s play reflected their interpretations or responses to Disney and other forms of cultural texts. Through the children’s active play, negotiations, and improvisations, the text was adapted, ignored, disrupted, and reconstructed. There was fluidity to the play despite a series of abrupt halts and changes of directions as the children moved in and out of the various roles that they had assumed. Although the subject of the children’s play (Snow White) was probably inspired by multiple sources of media and media experiences, it is nonetheless an example of the imaginary, make-believe play that many adults nostalgically reminisce about and want contemporary children to experience.
Examining digital play alongside activities that occur in other playspaces such as the backyard or the neighborhood park enables us to make distinctions about digital play characteristics. It also serves to remind us that there is a fascinating continuity, flow, and ambiguity between various forms of play. We will begin our consideration of playspaces, childhood, and videogames by framing these interrelated phenomena within a broader context, starting with a discussion of the intense nostalgia that currently surrounds children’s play (see also Boyhood spaces: play and social navigation through video games, Dixon & Simon, 2005).
New York: Vintage Books. Quart, A. (2003). Branded: The buying and selling of teenagers. New York: Perseus Publishing. Schor, J. (2004). Born to buy. New York: Scribner. Seiter, E. (2004). The internet playground: Children’s access, entertainment and mis-education. New York: Peter Lang. Sternheimer, K. (2003). It’s not the media: The truth about pop culture’s influence on children. Boulder, CO: Westview Press. Sutton-Smith, B. (1997). The ambiguity of play. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Enabling Enterprise Miltihoming with Cisco IOS Network Address Translation (NAT) by Praveen Akkiraju, Kevin Delgadillo, Yakov Rekhter