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Procedural rhetoric or simulation rhetoric is a rhetorical concept that explains how people learn through the authorship of rules and processes. The theory argues that games can make strong claims about how the world works-not simply through words or visuals but through the processes they embody and models they construct.
Procedural rhetoric 
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Procedural rhetoric 
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Procedural rhetoric or simulation rhetoric is a rhetorical concept that explains how people learn through the authorship of rules and processes. The theory argues that games can make strong claims about how the world works-not simply through words or visuals but through the processes they embody and models they construct.
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