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In their reanalysis, Ferguson and Donnellan (2017) tested a basic model (PROCESS Model 1) in which game condition (the X variable in the Process Model) led to reduced empathy (Y) moderated by masculine beliefs (M). Indeed, we proposed that the exposure to violent and sexist video games could reinforce masculine beliefs. As discussed in our article, masculine norms are reinforced in GTA video games. Thus, we proposed (and found) that GTA gameplay increased masculine beliefs. Masculine beliefs, in turn, were negatively related to empathy for female violence victims (see Gabbiadini et al. 2016, p. 3). No clear theoretical rationale is given by Ferguson and Donnellan for testing this alternative model. Thus, we have concerns about why they considered masculine beliefs as a moderator. We theorized masculine beliefs to be a mediator rather than a moderator.


Updated March 2021: Whether you're still playing Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, or just taking a trip down memory lane, we've updated this article with more relevant info, so you can drive as fast as possible on the streets of San Andreas.


As we enter 2021, we can see the evolving nature of popular culture and pedagogy emerging during times of social distancing. For instance, the SWPACA conference is being held virtually, for the first time in its 42 year history. In this issue of Dialogue: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Popular Culture and Pedagogy, we have an opportunity to look across articles linking the way we think about our world through the lenses of popular culture and pedagogy.


In the end, these four articles showcase the importance of adapting to and evolving with themes across popular culture to better understand students and ourselves. Just as the issue addresses an evolving state, so too is Dialogue evolving and adjusting to the needs of the community. We welcome Miriam Sciala as Interim Managing Editor and thank Kirk Peterson for his work. Also, we have brought to the team, Joseph Yap, as our new Reference Editor, who joins with Copy Editors, Rheanne Anderson and Robert Gordyn. Lastly, thank you to our Creative Director, Douglas CohenMiller and our robust set of peer reviewers. The entire team has moved through challenging times and we thank you all for your coordinated efforts and commitment to Dialogue and are pleased to share these works in Evolving Awareness in Popular Culture and Pedagogy.


Rockstar's hotly anticipated GTA Trilogy remaster now has an official release date of November 11, and we've been treated to a trailer (you'll find it at the end of this article) which shows us just how the remastered versions of GTA 3, GTA Vice City and GTA San Andreas will look compared to the originals.


The primary beliefs of the Epsilon Program are found on the cult's website, and in-game radio and pedestrian voice lines. The primary source for information on the program comes from their website's "Kifflom" page, listing the cult's "12 Tenets of Kifflom." Also, there are sources of Epsilon that are mentioned only: brochures, Cris Formage's book It Happened to Us All, and the unwritten Epsilon Tract. A fan rumor known as the "Epsilon Fax" also led to info on the cult, but this was later shown to be a hoax.[5]


Sexuality is one of the main priorities of the cult. The seventh tenet reads that "men are supposed to lie with nine new partners a week. Women are supposed to lie with six, except from in July, when they must lie with five men a day."[10] Additionally, Epsilonists are expected to swap their partners, a process known as swinging. During the interview, Cris Formage says "Every single thing we do is voluntary, including the swinging, and making things up."[3] Additionally, a commercial for the Program asks the question "Why do I have to be monogamous?"[11] The Backpacker pedestrian has lines stating "I lie with nine of my sister-aunts every week," "Partner sharing is an integral part of Cris's vision," and "I love the sexual side of Epsilonism."[12] A caller named Henry on Gardening With Maurice says "I've really come into my own in the past few months since I joined a cult and tithing money in exchange for spiritual happiness and letting everyone take turns on my wife."[13] The show Lonely Hearts showcases various deviant behaviors from Epsilonists. In the first segment, a deranged cultist admits to stalking.[14] In a later segment, a disloyal caller admits to having 18 children, claiming he is raising little soldiers, but quickly yells "Kifflom!" at the end.[15] Another belief of the Epsilon Program is that sperm does not exist.[16] The Backpacker goes so far as to claim that "Biology is a lie."[12] Cris Formage instead claims that "I got laid this morning. By twins. They each laid an egg and I formed out of them."[3] In the same interview, Cris says "If there are no women, make them. From sand, from garbage, out of thin air." This ideology of making women from inanimate objects spread to other places in San Andreas, where Marvin Trill discusses making a woman out of sand during an episode of Area 53.[7]


The Sherman Dam is a large dam in Bone County, that also serves as a bridge connecting the county to nearby Tierra Robada. The Sherman Dam is also one of the primary locations associated with the Epsilon hunt. In real life, the Hoover Dam marks the boundary between the Mountain and Pacific time zones. Because of this, the Sherman Dam has been connected to the instructions of "travel through the dawn," given the implication that the time zone changes. The Dam's central location linking Tierra Robada and Bone County has been considered a "pass." Finally, in some copies of the game's instruction manual, a screenshot shows a red Sadler driving across the Dam.


The Desert Building is another pivotal location in the Epsilon Hunt. It is a massive underground structure built into the cliff face of a hill in Bone County, near the town of Las Payasadas. The Desert Building was initially not believed to be related to Epsilon, until some time in the late 2000's when a webcomic titled the "Four in the Morning" series was published. The comic shows a series of images of CJ standing around at the Desert Building until a red beater Glendale pulls into a parking spot. A suited figure, hard to discern due to the photo's low quality, steps out of the vehicle. The final image of the comic shows CJ and the pedestrian speaking, with a heavy blue filter attached. In the time since, the webcomic has been long considered a hoax,[31] owing to the likelihood of the GTA San Andreas' two player mode, and the fact that a beater Glendale spawns nearby. Despite this, the Desert Building has remained an omnipresent location among Epsilon hunters, and there are still occasional reports of meetings of cultists at the building during the night.


Even though it's called FBI Truck in its DFF/TXD and in-game name, a few references make this vehicle seem like it was supposed to be used by the SWAT, including an entry in the BradyGames strategy guide showing an earlier version of this truck with a mounted gun, claming it's "for SWAT members only". There are SAPD POLICE markings on it, and the cop radio addresses it as a Police Van, like the Enforcer. Unlike the Bloodring Banger B, this car is fully functional.


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In the Wikipedia article about this game, GTA San Andreas, there is no mention that this was ever available as a Mac game through the Mac App Store. In 2014 it was available on the iOS App Store for iOS devices; iPhones, iPads & iPods. It is still available in the iOS App Store on iOS devices. 041b061a72


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