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What is the impact of video games on children? - 11-23-2018, 06:17 PM

What is the impact of video games on children? What do you think?
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11-26-2018, 03:09 PM

High internet speed, busy parents, and lack of reading habits has led the young generation get hooked to the online gaming world. With the internet connecting the world, it exposes the child to paedophiles, hackers, blackmailers, etc. Video games in a pre-digital era were without the inter-connectivity of the internet. The games were played in a room with friends and family members. With the digital revolution, games have become more connected and violent. We are trying to convey the Impact of online games on young minds and the guidelines to all parents to overcome from this impact.
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11-26-2018, 06:11 PM

It depends on what games exactly does your kid play. I read that the children playing online games are more successful in the communication with age-mates and more satisfied with life. I think it is true and games are not a big problem. For example my daughter likes to play Dora games https://www.skywardgames.com/category/dora I think it is good games for her.
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I don't think that their influence on children is so bad as it often said.
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I don't think that playing various video/computer games are a bad thing for children. The negative opinion about them is very widespread now but it's not fair in many aspects because not all games are really so harmful for their psyche and besies it's the first of all a problem of their parents', I mean how they care and control their child's activities.
Many of such games can be used not only for entertaining but also for educationsl purposes, such approach is often used in some schools too. Of course parents must control how much time their children/teenagers spend with gadgets in general and what are their activities during this time. For example, keylogger software https://www.refog.com/ can be effectively used for this, it's very useful for monitoring their activities on computer/net and controlling general amount of time for playing such games.
And of course children should have many different hobbies/activities, not only the gaming addiction.

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