Game over (2000)
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__|a InU |c InU |d CU |d PU
_4|a GV1469.3 |b .G35 2000
00|a Game over |h [videorecording] : |b gender, race & violence in video games / |c produced and directed by Nina Huntemann.
30|a Gender, race & violence in video games
__|a Northhampton, MA : |b Media Education Foundation, |c c2000.
__|a 1 videocassette (41 min.) : |b sd., col. ; |c 1/2 in.
0_|a Commentaries by Andrea Hairston ... [et al.]
__|a Executive producer, Sut Jhally ; camera, Susan Ericsson ... [et al.] ; editor, Jeremy Smith ; graphics, Jeremy Smith, Ed May ; music, Thom Monahan.
__|a Study guide available online, via WWW.
__|a This documentary addresses the fastest growing segment of the media, video games, through engaging questions of gender, race and violence. What are the messages of video games? Are video games desensitizing children to violence? How is race represented? Are interactive video games different from television? What images of masculinity and power are offered? What images of women exist in the video game world?
__|a Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the Rosengarten Family Fund.
_0|a Video games.
_0|a Video games and children.
_0|a Video games |x Psychological aspects.
_0|a Video games |x Social aspects.
_0|a Electronic games |x Social aspects.
_0|a Electronic games |x Psychological aspects.
_0|a Women in mass media.
_0|a Children and violence.
_0|a Stereotypes (Social psychology)
1_|a Huntemann, Nina B., |d 1970- |4 pro |4 drt
1_|a Hairston, Andrea. |4 cmm
1_|a Jhally, Sut. |4 pro
2_|a Media Education Foundation. |4 dst
2_|a Rosengarten Family Fund. |5 PU
42|3 The Rosengarten Family Fund Home Page |u http://hdl.library.upenn.edu/1017.12/366323