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2011 (Vol. 3, Issue: 6)
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Love and Play: Are They the Same?

Kaarina Määttä and Satu Uusiautti
Corresponding Author:  Satu Uusiautti 

Key words:  Feeling, learning, love, play, , ,
Vol. 3 , (6): 471-476
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2011 Sept., 02 2011 October, 07 2011 November, 20
Abstract:

A Swedish word for love, “kär-lek [love–play]” gave an impetus for this article that aims at defining two mysterious and fascinating phenomena: love and play. They are analogous by many of their features. It is difficult to define them comprehensively and they both develop individually and in stages. Furthermore, as we tried to create an overall picture about these phenomena, we found many combining questions: where does love/play start and to what extent imagination maintains both these phenomena? Both love and play involves joy and pleasure but also insecurity and risks. Or do they both consist merely of work, learning, and practicing? People’s ability to play and love does not disappear with age. Is love thus play and play love?
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Kaarina Määttä and Satu Uusiautti, 2011. Love and Play: Are They the Same?.  Current Research Journal of Social Sciences, 3(6): 471-476.
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