by Stephen Totilo | MTV.com | March 30, 2006

“Senators, lawyers, researchers and gaming-industry professionals gathered Wednesday to find out why courts across the country have been turning down state attempts to ban the sale of violent video games to minors — and discuss what should be
why courts across the country have been turning down state attempts to ban the sale of violent video games to minors — and discuss what should be done about it.”




“In rare situations violence from media is directly imitated,” [stated] Dr. David Bickham
, Staff Scientist at CMCH. He said the more pervasive effects were video games’ expression that violence is an
acceptable and frequently rewarded way to solve problems.”


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