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2007

Videogame teaches teen girls to slither up social ladder (CanWest News Service, 11/22/07)

 

Senators urge tougher rating for "Manhunt" game (Reuters, 11/20/07)

 

Child Advocates Upset Over "Manhunt 2" (Associated Press, 10/30/07)

 

Screen violence tied to boys' aggression: study (Yahoo News, 11/5/07)

 

Serious gaming starts at 6 (Advertising Age, 10/18/07)

Nintendo Wii takes a murderous turn (USA Today, 10/3/07)

Here Comes 'Halo 3' with a Side Order of Fries (Wall Street Journal, 8/9/07)

 

Video Game Ads (CBS 3.com, 5/30/07)

 

EU to study ways to keep violent video games from kids (AP, 1/16/07)

 

Burger King Sets High Score With Its Adver-games (AdAge.com, 1/8/07)

2006

Study: Violent video game effects linger in brain (Reuters, 11/28/06)

 

Free speech, not a free ride (Boston Globe, 11/22/06)

 

T should put the brakes on violent video game ads (11/20/06)

In-Game Ads Burrow Deeper (Wired, 10/5/06)

Lawyer Fighting To Ban 'Columbine Simulator' (TechWeb Technology News, August 14, 2006)

Kids Kill In Violent Christian Videogame (Alternet, 7/21/06)

PC In-Game Advertising Revenue to Top $400 Million by 2009 (MediaBuyerPlanner, 6/14/06)

NPD Study: More and More Children Using Consumer Electronics (AdAge.com, 5/31/06)

Burger King's 'King' to Star in Video Games (Advertising Age, 4/14/06)

In-game ads link to the real world (Christian Science Monitor, 1/26/06)
 

 


 

 

 

 

 

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