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Group Poster for A1

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Groups will select their own topic on an issue of contemporary significance related to the material covered in weeks 1-7 of the unit. Got a 7 for this.

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Censorship Motion picture rating systems Video game content ratings systems Censorship in Australia British Board of Film Classification Australian Classification Board Cinema of Australia R18 Motion picture content rating system Office of Film and Literature Classification 18 Video game content rating system
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Censorship Motion picture rating systems Video game content ratings systems Censorship in Australia British Board of Film Classification Australian Classification Board Cinema of Australia R18 Motion picture content rating system Office of Film and Literature Classification 18 Video game content rating system
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The scene is described as an “event that occurs amongst a group of grey-skinned humanoid creatures involved in ‘what appears to be a ritualistic orgy’” (Reilly, 2017, para. 3). This is referred to as implied sexual violence and this cannot be accommodated within R18+ category as it depicts a sexual act that offends the standards of morality, decency and propriety accepted by reasonable adults therefore the game must be refused classification (Butler & Holland 2017). History of Classification In 1994, legislation was implemented that created a classification scheme for video games as an entertainment form. Between 1995-1999, a study was commissioned by the Office of Film and Literature Classification and undertaken by Kevin Durkin exploring how Australians play, interact and connect ...
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