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Protecting Children against Inappropriate and Harmful Computer Games
Mohammas Javad Arabian , Seyedeh Parisa Mirabi , Ali Zand
International Law Investigator, Tehran, Iran.
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The use of computer games among children is rapidly expanding and it has become an integral part of children's daily lives. These games, with their innovative potential, can provide motivation for therapy, enhance practical skills and facilitate teaching and learning concepts. In addition to the positive aspects, playing these games has negative effects and on the other hand, kids drowning in computer games will lead to earn profits and benefits by the companies that make these games.
This study, with descriptive-analytical method using domestic laws and regulations and internationals treaties and other library resources; was carried out to examine the protection of the children's rights from harmful computer games by applying sociological theories; domestic law and international documents and has used descriptive, analytical method aimed to ensure the right to play, enjoy and entertain. The present study was conducted aimed to examine the benefits and disadvantages of computer games to express legal requirements and protections and protect users from harmful effects of these games.

Please cite this article as: Arabian MJ, Mirabi SP, Zand A. Protecting Children against Inappropriate and Harmful Computer Games. Child Rights J 2019; 1(4): 141-174.

Keywords: Computer Games, Rights, the Protection of Children, Right to Happiness
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Type of Study: Original Article |
Received: 2019/05/29 | Accepted: 2019/11/12

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