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Submitted by toocoolgames_14 207d ago | opinion piece

Quote Debate: "I Think Some Gamers Are Ticking Time Bombs"

In our travels, we come across all sorts of bias and stereotypes stemming from ignorance and, in some cases, fear. Is this quote even remotely valid? (Culture)

thorstein  +   208d ago
Nicely done. Well written. Can you follow up with an article showing (and use the scientific studies from many Universities) showing that the things he claims are simply not true.

We know they aren't but the problem seems to be one of mainstream media getting it wrong. WAY wrong. It might have to be written in lay-man's terms. It needs to be accessible for all audiences.

Gamers tend to think (being immersed in the culture we know and love) that the average person has the same knowledge that we do. This isn't the case. Of course, it is similar with other forms of media.

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