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Masks and Millstones Simulating religious rituals in Second Life
The Problem DR2535, Encountering Buddhism rituals social processes and groups We read about ‘temporary monastic ordination‘ — but what’s it like?
A Strategy What if we extended the idea of role-playing in class by creating an entire Buddhist monastery in a virtual world? CLT Research <-> Teaching grants.
Why Second Life? Millions of users: virtual societies Free to use Viewer on all three platforms Large educator community Teaching
Why Second Life? Obsessed with appearance Lonely Highly commodified Close fit with Buddhist description of suffering Would Buddhist rituals be possible? Research
The plan Orientation Immersion Renunciation Group activity Giving back robes Review
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Masks Immersion in Second Life is as ordinary as immersion in reading a novel. For some students, drawing a line between the avatar and themselves made becoming a Buddhist monk acceptable.
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