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Hallo Community,

ich schreibe gerade meine Diplomarbeit mit dem Thema "Freundschaftsbeziehung in World of Warcraft“ und suche für meine Untersuchung noch reichlich Teilnehmer.

Derzeit gibt es viele WoW-Studien, welche sich vor allem auf die negativen Aspekten dieses Spiels konzentrieren. Ich habe selbst viele Jahre aktiv gespielt und habe persönlich nur gute Erfahrungen mit WoW gemacht. Deshalb wollte ich in meiner Arbeit auf einen Aspekt eingehen, der meiner Ansicht nach bisher leider vernachlässigt wurde.
Es geht um Freundschaften, die man in WoW geschlossen hat.
Ich persönlich habe durch das Spiel ein paar enge Freundschaften geschlossen mit denen ich auch heute noch fest befreundet bin.

Deshalb wollte ich untersuchen wie es bei anderen Menschen damit aussieht.

 

Mich würde es freuen, wenn ihr meine Forschung unterstützt und an meiner Umfrage teilnehmt! :D

Als kleines Dankeschön wird unter allen Teilnehmern, die den Fragebogen vollständig ausfüllen, wahlweise ein Amazon-Gutschein im Wert von 50€ oder zwei 60 Tage Prepaid Gamecards für das Onlinespiel World of Warcraft verlost.

Zur Umfrage: https://umfrage.uni-landau.de/limesurvey/index.php/593536/lang-de

Vielen Dank im Voraus!

Isur

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Isur, 

 

Ich denke, dass die meisten Nutzer von 'Eisige Adern sprechen Englisch, das Ihr Beitrag auf Deutsch könnte die Art von Aufmerksamkeit, die Sie suchen, nicht zu bekommen. Ich bin mit Google , um all dies zu übersetzen, so bin ich nicht sicher , wie richtig es ist , meine Entschuldigung für eventuelle Ungenauigkeiten .

Ich habe eine Übersetzung des Textes in meinem Beitrag zur Verfügung gestellt für die Menschen zu lesen, ich hoffe, es hilft . Viel Glück mit Ihrem Studium - es klingt sehr interessant.

 

 

 

Below is a translation of his post in to English, I hope it helps. Please forgive any mistakes - Google only goes so far.

 

Hello community,
 
I'm writing my thesis on the theme "Friendship relationship in World of Warcraft" and looking for my investigation still plenty of participants. At present there are many WoW studies, which focus primarily on the negative aspects of this game. I have even played many years actively and personally have had a good experience with WoW. So I wanted to go down in my work on one aspect, which was in my opinion so far sadly neglected. It's about friendships that have been closed in WoW. I personally went through the game a few close friendships with whom I am now friends yet been determined. That's why I wanted to explore what it looks like so in other people.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
I would be pleased if you support my research and taking part in my poll! As a thank-will among all participants who complete the questionnaire in full, either an Amazon voucher worth 50 € or two 60 days Prepaid Game Card for Online Game World of Warcraft raffled off. Take the survey: https: //umfrage.uni-.../593536/lang-de
 
Thanks in advance!
 
Isur

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