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Jan 05 2016 - 05:30am
Pew Research on Video Games
For most of its existence, video games has been a topic of conversation. Some parents believe certain video games causes stress and violence with its barbaric content. More Americans play video games than you think, whether it's on the computer, a console, or mobile devices. Almost everyone has or does play video games. I found the research statistics very shocking. The Pew Study research says 47% of people think video games help problem solving skills, while 33% think most video games are a waste of time. However, when Pew Study conducted its own research, it found that, "50% of men and 48% of women said that they've played video games." They also found that most women over 50 often play video games more than men, which is very unusual considering most assume video games is something that teenage boys do.
|By: Youssef Ballo|534 Reads