Young children’s use electronic games is on the rise in both Western and Arabian cultures. There are conflicting perceptions regarding the benefits and values of electronic games by parents with literature primarily Western centric and limited consideration that the impact culture plays on parental perspectives and parents’ decision-making. This study will utilise an interpretive case study methodology and data collection methods such as semi-structured interviews and photo documentation to investigate parents’ perceptions of the value of electronic games for young children from an Arabian perspective (Jordanian context). This study will contribute to contextual insights about of Jordanian parents’ perceptions about the values and benefits of electronic games.
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