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SEX WORK

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NEWSGAMES

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Shaw, G. (2011, April 28). UBC study finds social media news filter of choice for CanadiansVancouver Sun Staff Blogs.

The Canadian Press. (2011, April 13). Canadians prefer news online, but only for free. CBC on the Web.

GENERAL GAMING

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Polansky, L. (2013). Pushing Buttons: Let’s talk about sex (and video games). Bit Creature on the Web. 

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Rosenberg, A. (2013, June 12). Women Are Half of Video Gamers, So Where Are The Female Video Game Characters? Think Progress on the Web. 

Silicon Sisters Interactive. (2011, March 30). Silicon sisters Interactive Unvels School 26: Social Engineering Game for Teens and Tweens. Silicon Sisters on the Web.

Treat, E. (2013). “9 Minutes” Mobile Game Evaluation Demonstrates Positive Change for Pregnant Women. Games for Change on the Web. 

Unlocking the Gameworld: The Rewards of Space and Time in VideoGames by Allison Gazzard (2011)

Player Dossiers: Analyzing Gameplay Data as a Reward by Ben Medler (2011)

Reconciling Serious Games Market Size Different Estimates (2008)

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