Digital Games and Family Life: When Parents and Kids Play Together
December 16, 2016
As part of our Families and Media Project, the Joan Ganz Cooney Center conducted a survey of nearly 700 parents whose 4-13-year old children play video games. We are pleased to present this data as a series of infographics, each featuring a particular facet of video games and family life. Here, we explore the games that parents and children enjoy as well as whether and how parents participate in their children’s gameplay based on their own interest in playing digital games. Stay tuned for more installments of this series over the next few months.