A longitudinal analysis (two months) of Fallout 76 players

  1. Christine Rittenour

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Description: Project files and other study materials (survey drafts and data outputs) as part of a two-month survey (November 2018 to January 2019) of Fallout 76 players. The study's broad focus considered players' entertainment experiences, social relationships, digital tourism and sense of place, and other reactions to the game. Folders are divided up into different work packages, with descriptive labels to represent the outlet for those presentations (for example, conference submissions). CITATION: Bowman, N. D., Banks, J., & Rittenour, C. (in press). Country Roads through 1s and 0s: Sense of place for and recognition of West Virginia following long-term engagement with Fallout 76. Technology, Mind, & Behavior.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International


24 March 2020 After a final round of proofreading and with permission from the APA, we're happy to make a pre-print of our article available now, under the folder "1. Technology, Mind, and Behavior (publication files)." 22 March 2020 We received notification this morning that our manuscript has been accepted for publication with Technology, Mind, and Behavior. The journal does publish open-access,...


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