Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.13087/2037
Title: THE OTHER SIDE OF THE COIN: EXAMINING MOBILE GAMES AS A LEISURE CONSTRAINTS
Authors: Yüce, Arif
Büyükakgül, Ümit Can
Katırcı, Hakan
Yüce, Sevda Gökçe
Keywords: Leisure constraints
Game
Mobile Game
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Univ Nove Julho
Abstract: The concept of recreation with its dynamic structure and the elements of recreational needs were heavily influenced by communication technology especially after the 2000s (Torkildsen, 2005; Torkildsen, 2012; Spracklen, 2015; Sintas, de Francisco, & Alvarez, 2015; Choi & Dattilo, 2017; Valtchanov & Parry, 2017). The game, one of the oldest known leisure activities (Spracklen, 2011), has been moved from offline to online and further into computers and mobile devices in the 21st century (Chen & Leung, 2016). The preference of mobile games, which have become one of the most popular entertainment tools due to the growing popularity of mobile devices and applications, has made the concept of leisure more digital than ever (Spracklen, 2015; Redhead, 2016; Pink, Hjorth, Horst, & Nettheim, 2017). There are great similarities and common points between the motivations of individuals to participate in leisure activities and the motivation to play mobile games. From this point forth; mobile games, which can be regarded as a recreational activity, can also be considered as leisure constraints from the point of leisure evaluation view (Crawford, Jackson, & Godbey, 1991; Tsai & Coleman, 1999). The aim of this study is to show the possibility of evaluating mobile games, having a very important place in the digital world and game market, as a leisure constraint in the with the help of literature review.
URI: https://doi.org/10.5585/podium.v7i2.292
https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.13087/2037
ISSN: 2316-932X
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