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Why Does the Media Still Think Video Games are Bad for Kids?

by Marj Kleinman
August 9, 2010

Do video games cause violence behavior in children? Are they ruining their minds? Despite scientific evidence that refutes these assumptions, why does the media still think video games are damaging for kids?

That question was addressed by Scott Steinbergin, tech consultant and founder of GameExec magazine and Game Industry TV, in a great CNN piece a few weeks ago. In case you missed it, check it out:  Why Does the Media Still Think Video Games are Bad for Kids?

In addition, Sarah Jackson, a blogger at MacArthur Foundation’s Spotlight on Digital Media & Learning went a little deeper in her August 4th post.

Are you aware of any findings that were not addressed in these articles?