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Meta-Literacy in Gameworlds

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Meta-Literacy in Gameworlds. / Pajares Tosca, Susana; Carrasco Yelmo, Silviano.

In: Anàlisi, Vol. 55, No. December 2016, 2016, p. 31-47.

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Pajares Tosca, Susana ; Carrasco Yelmo, Silviano. / Meta-Literacy in Gameworlds. In: Anàlisi. 2016 ; Vol. 55, No. December 2016. pp. 31-47.

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abstract = "This paper proposes the notion of “meta-literacy”, understood as the player´s ability to navigate between spheres of reality and/or cross boundaries when interacting with a gameworld. We examine how meta-aesthetics functions in videogames and argue that it is relevant at both the fictional level (intertextual literacy) and at the ludic level (self-referential literacy). ",
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