BCM 215 : HISTORY OF VIDEO GAMES AND GENDER STEREOTYPES IN VIDEO GAMES — BabyGirl 🐣

Researchers discovered ten years ago that the majority of video games cater to male gamers (Cassel and Jenkins, 1998; Provenzo, 1991). Female video game character portrayals are rare and sexually objectified, according to content analysis (e.g., Beasley & Collins Standley, 2002; Dietz, 1998; Heintz-Knowles & Henderson, 2002). In some video games, the most common goal […]

BCM 215 : HISTORY OF VIDEO GAMES AND GENDER STEREOTYPES IN VIDEO GAMES — BabyGirl 🐣

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