to recall to play in the street: a ciîitical review of the transformation of the g

Taneri, Pervin Oya
Akgunduz, Mehmet


To Recall to Play in the Street: A Critical Review of the Transformation of the Game Concept, Importance and Place of Game in Children's World
Taneri, Pervin Oya; Nayir, K. Funda (2016-01-01)
This argumentative study focused on the relationship between children's traditional play cultures and their technology-based play. When the literature examined, it was seen that traditional games contribute children character development, as well as linguistic and communicative development. When children allowed to play outdoor and/or traditional games, they explore the nature, learn democratic behaviors, acquire creative and critical thinking skills, learn how to communicate politely with others, develop m...
To Change or Not to Change: The Blue & Green Design Technology Company
Kaplan, Ayşe; Andrews, Scott; Wasti, Nazlı (2019-12-01)
To deep gender equality in democratic society: combating internalized gender roles and internalized sexism
Taneri, Pervin Oya (2018-09-06)
Conflicts over gender roles, cultural intolerance, sexist perspectives on language use, sexist discourses and women's oppression are the topics have been explored and discussed by researchers from many different areas for many years. However, the proposals for satisfactory social solutions have not been reached. Internalized sexism means that women unwillingly accept the existing sexist definitions in culture. People, especially women, reinforce sexism when they use it by internalizing sexist messages. With...
To Simulate or Not to Simulate? Challenges in Digitally Prototyping HMI Interactive Technologies
Yardim Sener, Sevcan; Pedgley, Owaın Francıs (2020-01-01)
© 2020, Springer Nature Switzerland AG.This study of automotive HMI (human-machine interface) design is built around the fact that traditional product modelling and testing tools (i.e. foam-clay mock-ups, working prototypes) are increasingly being replaced by simulation technologies. The development of these technologies creates challenges as well as opportunities for product design teams. This study was carried out as a workshop to understand these challenges. A shortlist of fourteen new in-vehicle interac...
To flock or not to flock: pros and cons of flocking in long-range "migration" of mobile robot swarms
Gökçe, Fatih; Şahin, Erol; Department of Computer Engineering (2008)
Every year, certain animal and insect species flock together to make long-range migrations to reach their feeding or breeding grounds. A number of interesting observations can be made regarding this phenomenon. First, individuals tend to create large flocks, which can include millions of individuals in fishes, for these migrations. Second, migrations typically cover long distances. Third, despite all kinds of disturbances affecting the individuals during these migrations, the flocks can reach the very same ...
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P. O. Taneri and M. Akgunduz, to recall to play in the street: a ciîitical review of the transformation of the g. 2016, p. 373.