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Video game culture – Rae Moors

Rae Moors talks about public perspectives of games, activism, and how esports may bridge the gap between gamers and the public.

In this video, Rae Moors, PhD Candidate in Communication and Media at the University of Michigan, talks about their research on video game culture.

They touch on public perspectives of games, activism in the video game industry, and how esports may bridge the gap between gamers and the general population.

Discussion: Take a moment to reflect on your perception of gamer culture prior to this discussion. Were you surprised by anything discussed in the segment? What questions do you still have about video game culture?

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