Interesting critical literacies: ABC News: The Australian’s anti-games columnist ‘egregiously misquoted’ source

The Australian’s anti-games columnist ‘egregiously misquoted’ source
I’m not sure where to begin with this. Last Thursday, Channel 7’s Talitha Cummins presented a news segment called, ‘Video Games Under Fire’. It was roundly slammed as one-sided, inaccurate and painted a misleading pictures of games and people who play them. Today in The Australian, columnist, Imr…

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