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Gambling harms - Understanding and reducing disparities for certain populations

Edited by Maria Bellringer and Keis Ohtsuka

This article collection published in Asian Journal of Gambling Issues and Public Health focuses on investigating and minimizing gambling damages among certain groups and populations.

  1. Content type: Research article

    Although Culturally And Linguistically Diverse (CALD) communities participate less in gambling than the general population, those who gamble are more likely to show signs of disordered gambling (Moore and Ohts...

    Authors: Randa Mazbouh-Moussa and Keis Ohtsuka

    Citation: Asian Journal of Gambling Issues and Public Health 2017 7:10

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  2. Content type: Research article

    This study investigated the effect of problem gambler gender on the relationship between the gambler having dependent children (younger than 18 years) living at home and the gambler perpetrating or being a vic...

    Authors: Maria Bellringer, Janet Pearson, Katie Palmer du Preez, Denise Wilson, Jane Koziol-McLain, Nick Garrett and Max Abbott

    Citation: Asian Journal of Gambling Issues and Public Health 2017 7:8

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  3. Content type: Research article

    A few studies have examined gambling behavior and problem gambling among minorities and reported higher rates of both participation and gambling problems among particular minority groups in comparison to White...

    Authors: Kyle R. Caler, Jose Ricardo Vargas Garcia and Lia Nower

    Citation: Asian Journal of Gambling Issues and Public Health 2017 7:7

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  4. Content type: Research article

    Pacific people in New Zealand are a minority ethnic population identified in national prevalence studies as having the highest risk of developing gambling problems. As earlier studies identified some links bet...

    Authors: Komathi Kolandai-Matchett, Erika Langham, Maria Bellringer and Pesio Ah-Honi Siitia

    Citation: Asian Journal of Gambling Issues and Public Health 2017 7:5

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