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Effect of simulated realities on our perception of alien individuals
English Language and Literature
Video games-Moral and ethical aspects, Simulation games-Moral and ethical aspects, Computer games-Social aspects, Science fiction, Alienation (Social psychology), Mass Effect (Game), Video games, Mass effect, Simulation, Aliens, Othered, Affect Play, Emotional tethering
Brown, Sydney Jean Stallings, "How choice matters in the Mass effect series : the effect of simulated realities on our perception of alien individuals" (2016). Honors Project, Smith College, Northampton, MA.
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