We the Gamers

“Video games matter.” I have lost track how many times I’ve said that. It is not that I am trying to justify my interests; anyone who pays attention to social trends will notice that digital games are more prolific every year… as are debates about their influences. I make that statement, because they matter in policy. Unfortunately, too many studies do a poor job translating their research into policy language and many fail to make a policy relevant conclusion at all. This leaves policymakers interested in gaming policy poorly informed. I use the term “digital” instead of “video” in...

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