On my Wikia pages I have begun examining the possibility of a correlation between the rise of video games and the broad decrease in violent crime. While some headline incidents of violent crime have been linked in the press to video games, my theory presents this as the exception rather than the rule. If you'd like to discuss this, or help me elaborate on it, let me know. Thanks!


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Comment by Phillip A. Batz on June 1, 2013 at 10:06am

I moved "Virtual Satisfactions and Crime" here:



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