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Game over : gender, race & violence in video games

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Alternate title:Gender, race & violence in video games
Summary:Addresses the questions of gender, race, and violence in video games. Asks: what are the messages of video games, why are the majority of game players men, do video games desensitize children to violence, and how are race, masculinity, and women represented?
Creator:Huntemann, Nina
Provider:Media Education Foundation
Century:1901-2000
Place of origin – Continent:North America
Place of origin – Country:United States
Place of origin – Region:Massachusetts
Place of origin – Settlement:Northampton
Topical subjects:Video games -- Social aspects
Video games -- Psychological aspects
Computer games -- Social aspects
Computer games -- Psychological aspects
Violence in video games
Video games and children
Genre:Documentary films
Credits:Produced and directed by Nina Huntemann. Commentary: Andrea Hairson, Erica Scharrer, Nina Huntemann, Michael Morgan, Eugene F. Provenzo Jr.
Repository:Nonprint Media Services
Browse terms:Broadcasting, Communications
Films@UM Browse terms:Broadcasting, Mass Media
Women's Studies
Gender Studies
Collection:Films@UM
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