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What is it about In my field work project I will be observing a number of video game players who will be divided into 2 categories addicts and non addicts People who play for more than 5 hours a day are called addicts and those who play for less time than that are called non addicts I will be focusing on the players of a specific game called Warcraft This game is a very popular game all over the world with over 5000 people playing at any given time I would define this group of players as a culture because they have their own way of life that is very different from that of any one else ie they devote a lot of their time on an activity which probably means nothing to us Also at any given time when these 5000 players are playing then they sort of have a social group of their own Some of my subjects are complete addicts and play this game for at least 8 hours a day without caring for college sleep or work These people do not have any friends and do not have any food because they are busy playing Warcraft the whole day I think that it would be very interesting to study the behavior of this group of people I would like to know what makes them behave the way they do Why are they willing to give up everything friends food and education just a game that will probably be out of stores in 2 months Also I would like to characterize the differences between addicts and non addicts and what is it that makes non addicts a lot more rational than addicts About the game Warcraft is a strategy game that involves building cities and armies and then destroying your opponent with them Every time one plays he has to start from scratch by building cities and then creating armies by
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