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Roleplay have been used extensively in vocational training situations and in vocation-oriented higher-education courses (e.g. Law, Medicine, Economics) since the 1960s.

Role-play has been an important part of military training for centuries. The Prussian term for live-action military training exercises is kriegspiel or "Wargames", a term that has entered English as well, although the contemporary military prefers to call them military exercises

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  • Corsini, R.J., Shaw, M.E. & Blake, R.R. (1961). Roleplaying in business and industry. New York: The Free Press of Glencoe, Inc..


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