mercredi 20 avril 2016

Documentary : Moral panic about D&D in the 80's

« Dungeons and Dragons was once accused of leading children to Satanism, but today the game looks more like a solution to a problem plaguing modern parenting. » Find out more :
  • Abyeta, S., & Forest, J. (1991). Relationship of Role-Playing Games to Self-Reported Criminal Behaviour. Psychological Reports, 69, 1187‑1192.
  • Byers, A. (2016). The Satanic Panic and Dungeons & Dragons: A Twenty-Five-Year Retrospective. In A. Byers & F. Crocco (Éd.), The Role-Playing Society: Essays on the Cultural Influence of RPGs (p. 22‑45). Jefferson, NC: McFarland.
  • Cardwell, P. J. (1994). The Attacks on Role-Playing Games. The Skeptical Inquirer, 18(2), 157‑165. Consulté à l'adresse
  • Haberman, C. (2016, avril 17). When Dungeons & Dragons Set Off a ‘Moral Panic’. The New York Times. Consulté à l’adresse
  • Laycock, J. (2015). Dangerous Games: What the Moral Panic Over Role-Playing Games Says About Play, Religion, and Imagined Worlds. Oakland, CA: University of California Press.
  • Lis, E., Chiniara, C., Biskin, R., & Montoro, R. (2015). Psychiatrists’ Perceptions of Role-Playing Games. Psychiatric Quarterly, 86(3), 381‑384.
  • Matelly, J.-H. (1997). Jeu de rôle. Crimes ? Suicides ? Sectes ? : Istres, Toulon, Carpentras. Toulon: Presses du Midi.
  • Waldron, D. (2005). Role-Playing Games and the Christian Right: Community Formation in Response to a Moral Panic. Journal of Religion and Popular Culture, 9. Consulté à l’adresse
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