Muslim Yellow Pages is a business directory based in Dallas. It is a nonprofit project of the Islamic Services Foundation in Dallas.
A March 5, 2012 Polygon article about theological exploration in games and a look at how that occurs in the controversial, religiously-charged game The Binding of Isaac.
A March 6, 2013 Kotaku article by a Mormon on the portrayals of his faith in video games, particularly the Fallout series.
The Mary Lou Fulton Presidential Professor of Literacy Studies at Arizona State University and a researcher who has worked in psycholinguistics, discourse analysis, sociolinguistics, bilingual education, and literacy. He argues that video games work to enhance learning. He’s the author of What Video Games Have to Teach Us About Learning and Literacy (2007), The Anti-Education […]
A 2005 article in Phi Kappa Phi by James Paul Gee, a prolific education scholar known for his studies on the value of video games for education.
A Sept. 2, 2012 Forbes article on video game journalism’s historically softball approach to the video game industry. This is historically routed because gaming journalism has long depended on advertising and/or subsidy from video game companies to survive. This is becoming less and less the case.
William Bainbridge is a sociologist of religion, science and popular culture. He is co-director of Human-Centered Computing at the National Science Foundation and a senior fellow at the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies. He teaches sociology at George Mason University in Fairfax, Va. In 2013, he published eGods: Faith Versus Fantasy in Computer Gaming, […]
Read the decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals in regards to Nintendo’s lawsuit of Atari over the technology they used to avoid Nintendo’s licensing process. The Court ruled in favor of Nintendo granting them a say in what games could play on their technology. This set a precedent for years to come, the video […]
The International Business Ethics Institute is a private, nonprofit, nonpartisan, educational organization founded in 1994 in response to the growing need for transnationalism in the field of business ethics. It is based in Washington, D.C.