Czy zaangażowanie w grę jest racjonalne? Imersja emocjonalna w zabawie, zarządzaniu i sporcie

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Jan F. Jacko
Małgorzata Jacko

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Praca przedstawia analizę fenomenologiczną doświadczenia imersji emocjonalnej w grach należących do zabawy, sportu i zarządzania. Celem tekstu jest odpowiedź na jego tytułowe pytanie. Przywołano hipotezy wyjaśniające doświadczenie imersji emocjonalnej, które zostały zaczerpnięte z teorii racjonalnego działania. Wskazano dwa rodzaje imersji: ten, który spełnia wymagania racjonalności, i ten, który ich nie spełnia.

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Jacko, J. F., & Jacko, M. (2020). Czy zaangażowanie w grę jest racjonalne? Imersja emocjonalna w zabawie, zarządzaniu i sporcie. Homo Ludens, (1 (13), 13-31. https://doi.org/10.14746/HL.2020.13.1
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Jan F. Jacko, Uniwersytet Jagielloński, Akademia Wychowania Fizycznego w Krakowie

dr hab. Jan F. Jacko, prof. UJ – doktor nauk humanistycznych (filozofia), habilitacja w dziedzinie humanistycznych nauk o zarządzaniu. Obszary specjalizacji: teoria racjonalnej decyzji, teoria gier, etyka zarządzania. Autor lub współautor kilku monografii. Ostatnia (Taktyki negocjacyjne w kontekście proksemiki. Analiza metodologiczna, 2012) dotyczy przestrzennej intencjonalności ludzkich działań

Małgorzata Jacko, Uniwersytet Jagielloński, Akademia Wychowania Fizycznego w Krakowie

dr Małgorzata Jacko – doktor nauk humanistycznych o kulturze fizycznej. Zatrudniona na Akademii Wychowania Fizycznego w Krakowie w Zakładzie Historii i Organizacji Rekreacji. Problematyka badawcza: historia i organizacja kultury fizycznej w Europie.

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