The Pew Internet & American Life Project in collaboration with CERG and Mills College developed a national telephone survey intended to explore young people's use of video games and how this use relates to certain social and civic outcomes. 12-17 year olds along with their parents made up the sample for this national survey. The survey examined a variety of aspects of young people's gaming habits, including what they play, with whom, when, and for how long, along with questions about certain social and civic attitudes and activities.
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Lenhart, A., Kahne, J., Middaugh, E., Rankin Macgill, A., Evans, C., Vitak, J. (2008) Teens, Video Games, and Civics: Teens' gaming experiences are diverse and include significant social interaction and civic engagement. Published by The Pew Internet & American Life Project.
Kahne, J., Middaugh, E., Evans, C. (2008) The Civic Potential of Video Games. MacArthur Foundation White Paper.
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