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May 14, 2013, 01:57:49 PM - ORIGINAL POST -

I stumbled across this article while doing a Google search. It's an article written in 2004 by a college student that analyzes the rise in popularity of DDR. Specifically, as a game that brought people together socially in a way that hadn't been seen previously.

Honestly, if you're a bit bored, it's a great read and it'll definitely make you nostalgic for the "golden days" of this game and its community.
Read May 14, 2013, 07:31:10 PM #1

Thanks for the article. It looks to be more of a journalistic report rather than an academic paper, but it does seem to go into the history of the community pretty well and I thought it was interesting to see what the (American) fan base was like (up to 2004).
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