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Are violent video games a scapegoat for gun violence?
The President held a meeting at the White House today to discuss the link between violent video games and violence in real life. Whitney DeCamp, associate professor of sociology at Western Michigan University, suggests that there isn’t much research suggesting that video games cause gun violence, though politicians have made that connection for decades.
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