Geek Psychology Series

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS!

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The video game Elden Ring made waves in the video game community with the difficulty settings, deep lore, and the need to explore every little niche of the game to find all of the hidden Easter eggs found within.  It has
gained acclaim for the robust sense of immersion, the bosses, dark horror
themes, and even the compassionate stance to the character questlines.  Fans have adored this game and spent 100s of hours exploring, completing, and engaging with the fandom. 

Works focusing on the game series, lore, characters, or other adaptions are
welcome.  Contributors of accepted essays will receive an honorarium and a free copy of the book.  Abstracts and subsequent essays should be psychologically substantial, but accessible to the lay reader.

Possible themes and topics might include, but are not limited to, the following: 

  • Destiny, Free Will, and the Elden Ring
  • A Fantasy World of Marginalized Outcasts
  • The Psychology of Monstrosity
  • Grit & Perseverance
  • Powerlessness
  • Immersion & World Building
  • The cycle of defeat and challenge in Elden Ring
  • Love and Monsters
  • The Journey of the Tarnished
 

Submission Guidelines: 

1. Submission deadline for abstracts (350-500 words) and CVs: October 1, 2022. 

2. Submission deadline for drafts of accepted papers: January 1, 2023. 

Kindly submit by e-mail (with or without Word attachment) to writers@geektherapeutics.com

 

My Hero Academia made waves in the manga and anime community with the multiple relatable relationships, movies, lore, history, and the need to have a quirk that is societally deemed useful.  It has gained acclaim for the robust sense of teenage relationships, villains, dark themes, and even the compassionate stance to the characters individual growth.  Fans have adored this series and spent 100s of hours watching and engaging with the fandom. 

 

Works focusing on the manga series, lore, characters, or other adaptions are
welcome.  Contributors of accepted essays will receive an honorarium and a free copy of the book.  Abstracts and subsequent essays should be psychologically substantial, but accessible to the lay reader.

Possible themes and topics might include, but are not limited to, the following: 

  • Teenage Mental Health
  • The Importance of Quirks
  • The Psychology of Good & Evil
  • Posttraumatic Growth
  • Powerlessness
  • The History of Heroes
  • All Might and Passing the Torch
  • Friendship & Rivalry
  • The Heroic Journey
 

Submission Guidelines: 

1. Submission deadline for abstracts (350-500 words) and CVs: November 1, 2022. 

2. Submission deadline for drafts of accepted papers: February 1, 2023. 

Kindly submit by e-mail (with or without Word attachment) to writers@geektherapeutics.com 

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