“Reading reviews and playing games at least a bit with your children is a good way to be aware of what these games are like,” says Nick Montfort.
From the archives, Henry Jenkins on digital culture and violence
Via @henryjenkins comes this video featured in an MIT course “Media, Education and the Marketplace” just after the Columbine shootings.
Podcast: “The Myths and Politics of Media Violence Research”
Lawrence Kutner and Cheryl Olson present findings from their book, Grand Theft Childhood: The Surprising Truth About Violent Video Games and What Parents Can D, including the complex ways in which video games may benefit or disadvantage children.
The Myths and Politics of Media Violence Research
Lawrence Kutner and Cheryl Olson present their book, Grand Theft Childhood: The Surprising Truth About Violent Video Games and What Parents Can Do.
Tactical Cities: Negotiating Violence in Karachi, Pakistan
Cities like Karachi, with an urban imaginary of violence, nonetheless boast a vibrant city culture.
Henry Jenkins in documentary about video game violence
CMS director Henry Jenkins is one of a number of interviewees for Spencer Halpin’s documentary Moral Kombat, about the controversy and dialogue surrounding the issue of video game violence.
Interview with Prof. Henry Jenkins on Serious Games, Videogame Violence & More
Henry Jenkins speaks with GameDaily BIZ regarding his new book, Convergence Culture: Where Old and New Media Collide