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Is Gaming to Blame for Teen Aggression and Violence?

Or should we look beyond the oft-repeated misconception about gamers?

Photo by Jerald Skuta on Unsplash

It’s easy for non-gamers to blame video games for the violence and senseless killing that has been happening over the years.

Remember the mass shootings in Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School (17 dead) or the Sta. Fe High School (10 dead), or the Umpqua…

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Josephine Crispin

Josephine Crispin

Published author, editor, storyteller; 200+ of her books were published conventionally with some on pinoypub.ph; two are self-published on Amazon KDP

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