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Play Ethic

One of many on the list of process papers. Not much of a paper, though. Papers are no fun!

A Play Ethic is any version or statement of the conviction that making work activity more like games or play is the way to bring more people in and get much better results. So-called serious games are now common, and a regularly accepted feature of educational and training effort.

Some examples of applying the Play Ethic to politics itself include:

Within a political party, it may be desirable to replace the war room conceptual metaphor with a play room or game room metaphor to better express desire to de-escalate conflict.