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    review ¶ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ø Brian Sutton-Smith Brian Sutton-Smith Ø 6 review [PDF KINDLE] The Ambiguity of Play author Brian Sutton–Smith A classic and deservedly so Can't think of a comprehensive discussion of the many perspectives on the nature of play It's uite dense in places but remains readable thanks largely to Sutton Smith wit Ultimately the author st

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    [PDF KINDLE] The Ambiguity of Play author Brian Sutton–Smith Brian Sutton-Smith Ø 6 review An excellent analysis of a range of ancient and modern rhetorics surrounding play Sutton Smith introduces the concept of ambiguity but falls short of really using it in a theoretical construct along the lines of Pickering

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    [PDF KINDLE] The Ambiguity of Play author Brian Sutton–Smith Brian Sutton-Smith Ø 6 review review ¶ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ø Brian Sutton-Smith Way toooooo academic Wanted into the history and philosophy of play and really did not see the answer as to why we play Book looked too analytical and took away the fun of play

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    free download The Ambiguity of Play Brian Sutton-Smith Ø 6 review [PDF KINDLE] The Ambiguity of Play author Brian Sutton–Smith A classic one of the greatest books ever written

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The Ambiguity of Play

free read The Ambiguity of Play ð PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Every child knows what it means to play but the rest of us can merely speculate Is it a kind of adaptation teaching us skills inducting us into certain communities Is it power pursued in games of prowess Fate deployed in games of chance Daydreaming enacted in art Or is it just frivolity Brian Sutton Smith a leading proponent of play theory considers each possibility as it has been proposed elaborated and debated in disciplines from biology psychology and education to metaphysics mathematics and sociologySutton Smith focuses on play. A classic and deservedly so Can t think of a comprehensive discussion of the many perspectives on the nature of play It s uite dense in places but remains readable thanks largely to Sutton Smith wit Ultimately the author stays on the fence with regards to the fundamental character of play But as will be clear to anyone who has followed the thread of heteroglossia throughout the book that is largely the point

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free read The Ambiguity of Play ð PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Triking exception however different their descriptions and interpretations of play each rhetoric reveals a uirkiness redundancy and flexibility In light of this Sutton Smith suggests that play might provide a model of the variability that allows for natural selection As a form of mental feedback play might nullify the rigidity that sets in after successful adaption thus reinforcing animal and human variability Further he shows how these discourses despite their differences might offer the components for a new social science of play. Way toooooo academic Wanted into the history and philosophy of play and really did not see the answer as to why we play Book looked too analytical and took away the fun of play

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free read The Ambiguity of Play ð PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Theories rooted in seven distinct rhetorics the ancient discourses of Fate Power Communal Identity and Frivolity and the modern discourses of Progress the Imaginary and the Self In a sweeping analysis that moves from the uestion of play in child development to the implications of play for the Western work ethic he explores the values historical sources and interests that have dictated the terms and forms of play put forth in each discourse's objective theoryThis work reveals distinctions and disjunctions than affinities with one s. An excellent analysis of a range of ancient and modern rhetorics surrounding play Sutton Smith introduces the concept of ambiguity but falls short of really using it in a theoretical construct along the lines of Pickering s mangle or Law s mess That s one example of a general timidity that mars an otherwise strong workMost useful for me was an empirical look at chidren s own rhetorics of play and the ways in which parents educators and cultural critics sanitize or silence them this is the one area where Sutt

  • Paperback
  • 288
  • The Ambiguity of Play
  • Brian Sutton-Smith
  • English
  • 22 March 2020
  • 9780674005815