In turn, the increased policing of suburban public space not only facilitated the movement of video games and their players into the home but also virtually erased the suburban arcade in the 1990s (Slovin 2001, 145; June 2013).3 Starting in the mid-1970s, coin-operated ... teens in one space, while distracting them from disrupting other mall spaces, could also lead to security problems ( Koncius 1981).
|Title||:||Environment, Space, Place - Volume 5, Issue 2 (Fall 2013)|
|Author||:||C. Patrick Heidkamp, Troy Paddock, Christine Petto|
|Publisher||:||Zeta Books - 2013-01-01|