Arab Democracy, Canadian Democracy and Video Game Violence

Author Irshad Manji and how the Arab Spring changed the perception of Islam within the Islamic body politic. Then, Samara's Alison Loat and why MPs see themselves as outsiders on Parliament Hill. And, this is your brain on video games: is there a link between desensitization and aggressive behaviour? The University of Missouri's Bruce Bartholow explains how our brains react to video games.

Bruce Bartholow: Video Games and Violence

This is your brain on video games: is there a link between desensitization and aggressive behaviour? The University of Missouri's Bruce Bartholow joins Steve Paikin explains how our brains react to video games.

Guests
Associate Professor, Department of Psychological Sciences at the University of Missouri

Alison Loat: The Political Outsiders

Alison Loat, executive director of Samara, chats with Steve Paikin about the findings of the final report of the MP Exit Interview Project. Why do the MPs see themselves as outsiders on the Hill and what would they like to see change in the world of politics?

Guests
Executive Director, Samara

Irshad Manji: Islam and the Arab Revolutions

Author Irshad Manji sits down with Steve Paikin to discuss how the Arab Spring has changed the perception of Islam within the Islamic body politic.

Guests
Director, Moral Courage Project