The paper "Game Call Of Duty " is a good example of an annotated bibliography on social science. The Week Publications. “ Call of Duty: The terrorist video game” . This article from the section of US news analyzes violent scenes of Call of Duty in an attempt to prove it is a terrorist video game. The publication cites such courses as Daily Finance, Guardian, and The Wall Street Journal, all of which agree on the statement. “ Should video games allow us to play at being terrorists? ” is the question in focus.
Scrafield- Danby, Constance. “ Let the old dogs lie. . . ” Orangeville Citizen. The given editorial on the newspaper’ s web-sites analyzes the reasons for war games’ popularity. The writer refers to an older version of Call of Duty – World at War and argues that it is so popular because the US economy is promoting war because cannot afford peace. “ It is the promotion of war, using the full weight of technology, to present the horrors in glowing gore, from a totally unrealistic place of safety. ” – is the author’ s conclusion regarding the popularity of the game.
Yong, Ed. “ Playing shoot-em-up video games can improve some aspects of vision. ” This article at Scienceblogs. com analyzes the positive aspects of playing video games and playing Call of Duty in particular. The author, a British award-winning science writer, cites the results of University of Rochester research. As the University scientists found out, playing games like Call of Duty 2 “ improved a persons ability to spot the difference between subtly contrasting shades of grey” . In reality, this feature of sight influences the quality of people’ s seeing objects – contrast sensitivity of the sight gets improved.