It’s not about reducing gangs in the ‘hood and drudlords and the insane violence FPS videogames.
I never was about that.
It was about thinking about the role of FPS videogames in today’s violence, as Grossman suggests we do.
No such role has an iota of peer reviewed evidence to back the assertion.
So are you going to answer the question a number of us asked you?
You mean the role of FPS videogames in reducing today's violence?
Now you’re just dodging.
You and Grossman these games have a role in causing this violence. When someone points out the problems with that theory, you act as if you are being asked to solve the gang problem. No, you are not being asked to fix all violence everywhere, you are being asked to show evidence that explains why gang violence is occurring in certain places and not others, even though the kids in both places play FPS games.
I’ll keep it to one specific question. Chicago and Houston have about the same population, demographics and income distribution. One had several hundred more gun murders than the other. Were more copies of FPS games sold in one city than the other?