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Ethics and Video Games Podcast


Jun 22, 2021

When kids play video games to the point where it interferes with their life, whose responsibility is it to help them avoid addiction and get back to living a healthy lifestyle? 

Most places assume that the responsibility lies with the player or parent and leave it to them to deal with it.  But in South Korea and China excessive gaming is seen as an important social problem that demands that the government, schools, clinics, and companies take responsibility and become involved. 

Who’s right?

 

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Hosted by Shlomo Sher, Ph.D. and Andy Ashcraft

Production by Carmen Elena Mitchell

Music and graphics by Daniel Sher