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Research Chair on Gambling

Chaire de recherche sur l'étude du jeu

Research Chair on Gambling

Chaire de recherche sur l'étude du jeu

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Monday, June 8th, 2015 - Opening Conference

13h00 - 16h00    Grey Nuns Salon - E.104 - Entrance at 1190 Rue Guy

 

Welcoming Speach

Graham Carr, Ph.D.: Vice-President, Research and Graduate Studies

Keynote Speakers

Natasha Schüll, Ph.D.: The digital mediation of uncertainty: Online poker as a technology of the self

Jennifer Whitson, Ph.D.: Risk, Reward, and Addiction: How gamification compels us to gamble with our lives

    

Tuesday, June 9th, 2015 - Political economy of online gambling and digital gaming

9h00 - 12h00    John Molson School of Business Building - 1450 Rue Guy

Discussants: Bart Simon, Ph.D. and Magali Dufour, Ph.D.

Gerda Reith, Ph.D.: Gambling 2: A political economy of mobile and social gambling

Joyce Goggin, Ph.D.: Gaming, Affect, Narrative

Mia Consalvo, Ph.D.: The evolution of the digital game industry

Ingo Fiedler, Ph.D.: Similarities between the business models of gaming and gambling

 

   

Tuesday, June 9th - Hands-on workshops, Part I

13h30 - 16h45    Henry F. Hall Building - 11th Floor - 1455 De Maisonneuve W.

Ingo Fiedler, Ph.D.: Quantitative analysis with observational data: The process from ideas to results

Jeffrey Snodgrass, Ph.D.: Ethnographic Research in Online Virtual (Gaming) Worlds: A Mixed Qual-Quant “Small Data” Approach

   

Wednesday, June 10th, 2015 - Looping effect of big data: from game design to game practices

9h00 - 12h00    John Molson School of Business Building - 1450 Rue Guy

Discussants: Martin French, Ph.D. and Chantal Robillard, Ph.D.

Maude Bonenfant, Ph.D.: Big Data and video games: advantages and criticism of the automated analysis to document a community of players

Jean-Michel Costes, Ph.D.: Can Big Data be useful for public health?

Sara Eriksén, Ph.D.Big data is in the detail

Sylvia Kairouz, Ph.D.: Online gambling at the crossroads: the role of Big Data

   

Wednesday, June 10th - Hands-on workshops, Part II

13h30 - 16h45    Henry F. Hall Building - 11th Floor - 1455 De Maisonneuve W.

Ingo Fiedler, Ph.D.: Quantitative analysis with observational data: The process from ideas to results

Jeffrey Snodgrass, Ph.D.: Ethnographic Research in Online Virtual (Gaming) Worlds: A Mixed Qual-Quant “Small Data” Approach

  

Thursday, June 11th, 2015 - Posters session

9h00 - 10h30    Grey Nuns Salon - E.104 - Entrance at 1190 Rue Guy

  

Thursday, June 11th, 2015 - Are online gambling & digital gaming one and the same

10h30 - 12h30    Grey Nuns Salon - E.104 - Entrance at 1190 Rue Guy

Debate Participants  
Ingo Fiedler, Ph.D. Joyce Goggin, Ph.D.
Bart Simon, Ph.D. Jennifer Whitson, Ph.D.
Magali Dufour, Ph.D. Marie-Ève Roux, Ph.D.

   

Thursday, June 11th, 2015 - Closing conference

12h30 - 14h00    Grey Nuns Salon - E.104 - Entrance at 1190 Rue Guy

Keynote Speaker

Patrick Lagacé

 

   

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