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[ale] [OT] gaming issues
- Subject: [ale] [OT] gaming issues
- From: leamhall at gmail.com (Leam Hall)
- Date: Wed, 10 Apr 2013 20:12:20 -0400
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Would have to agree that it raises some questions. I agree that getting
kids outside, or in real martial arts, or camping, or basically in
"reality" and connecting with other real people is the prime solution to
a lot of social issues.
No one needs to study violence connected to video games; what do you
think business marketing is? The question is how to keep people, kids
and adults, from disassociating so much that they act out.
On 04/10/2013 05:42 PM, Sean Kilpatrick wrote:
> Now that games are being ported to Linux, I assume that FPS will be in
> the mix. With that in mind, would anyone with teenaged children be
> willing to comment on this unpublished blog (it was refused by the
> Huffington Post):
> This is an oped piece wirtten by a teacher who was once a troubled teen
> who packed to school. And got expelled.