With the recent discussion over gun violence and mass shootings, an important discussion from long ago has resurfaced: do video games make people violent?
The President and CEO of the National Retail Federation said the retail industry is only going to change its appearance and that statement couldn’t be more true for Muncie.
“It was like I was invalidated because I am a girl and ‘girls don’t play League,’ when most of the people I know are women that play League” Wilson said. “I decided to stop posting about things. I stopped engaging with other community members that I didn’t know personally.”
The debate around gaming’s health benefits and adverse effects is again taking center stage with the World Health Organization’s (WHO) recent proposal to add “Gaming Disorder” to its list of diseases.