January 1, 2017

Readings on Games and Sociology

  1. Swedberg, R. (2001). Sociology and game theory: Contemporary and historical perspectives. Theory and Society, 30(3), 301-335.
    1. Hechter, M., & Kanazawa, S. (1997). Sociological rational choice theory. Annual review of sociology, 191-214.
    2. Gintis, H. (2016). Homo Ludens: Social rationality and political behavior. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 126, 95-109.
    3. Kennedy, D. (2016). Games People Play: Strategy and Structure in Social Life. Social Epistemology, 30(1), 67-88.
    4. Vesa, M., Hamari, J., Harviainen, J. T., & Warmelink, H. (2016). Computer Games and Organization Studies. Organization Studies, 1.
    5. DiCicco‚ÄźBloom, B., & Gibson, D. R. (2010). More than a Game: Sociological Theory from the Theories of Games. Sociological Theory, 28(3), 247-271.
    6. Vollmer, H. (2013). What kind of game is everyday interaction?. Rationality and Society, 25(3), 370-404.
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