Lots of news articles are written about video-games and particularly about their effect on children.
Journalists often try to include a range of perspectives in their articles - this means, hearing from different points of view and people with different backgrounds and experiences.
This is important because it allows the reader to hear many different opinions to help them make their own mind up.
So, if you were writing a news story about the impact of video on games on young people, who would you interview?
In the comments below, tell everyone:
- What perspectives it would be important to hear from and why?
- What would be the most important question you would ask each?
So for example:
"I would include the perspective of a video-game designer, and ask them what their motivation is for making games. I would ask this because..."
See if anyone else includes perspectives that you hadn't thought about!