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Youth Gambling

Author : Jeffrey L. Derevensky
ISBN : 9783110255690
Genre : Medical
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Youth gambling represents a potentially serious public policy and health issue. Nevertheless, the rise in youth gambling issues and problems in the global context is not matched with a parallel increase in research on adolescent gambling. As such, there is an urgent need to conduct more studies on adolescent gambling behaviour. Recently significant advances in the knowledge of the risk factors associated with adolescent problems has emerged. This book addresses issues related to prevalence, assessment, prevention and treatment of youth gambling problems as well as concerns related to technological changes associated with youth problem gambling.
Category: Medical

Adolescent Gambling

Author : Mark Griffiths
ISBN : 0415058341
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 71.16 MB
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Although in theory gambling is against the law for children, there is one form of gambling that young people do have access to: fruit (i.e. slot) machines. Mark Griffiths has carried out extensive research into why some adolescents get hooked on gambling, how they gamble and what can be done about it. He provides an overview of adolescent gambling worldwide in addition to individual case studies, treatment approaches, and an insight into how the gaming industry induces young people to gamble. Adolescent Gambling is the first book to address the issue of underage gambling. It raises the crucial issue of who is to blame - is it something about the personality of the young person or is it the addictive nature of the machines? Anyone involved with the lives of young people should read this important book, especially social workers, teachers, youth leaders, probation officers and clinical psychologists.
Category: Psychology

Gambling Problems In Youth

Author : Jeffrey L. Derevensky
ISBN : 0306485869
Genre : Psychology
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Howard J. Shaffer, Ph. D. More than 20 years ago, I first noted that young people in North America were growing up in a context of legalized gambling for their entire lifetime. By the 1980s, for young people, gambling had become an average and expectable part of the social landscape. Amid legal opportunities to gamble in all but two of the United States and with illicit opportunities to gamble in every state, gambling is now ubiquitous in America. With few social sa- tions to limit a young person’s interest in gambling—like their adult co- terparts—young people now gamble in larger numbers and for seemingly higher stakes. Gradually, gambling-related problems became more visible for young people and the culture slowly but increasingly took notice. By the late 1990s, every sector of American and Canadian society had started to c- sider the effects of legalized gambling on youth. For different reasons, r- resentatives of the gambling and health care industries led the movement to prevent youthful gambling and reconcile existing problems whenever p- sible. Scientists also recognized that there was much to be learned by stu- ing young gamblers. Toward the end of the 20th century, there was a rapid increase in gambling research focusing on developmental issues; half of what is known about gambling emerged during the 1990s. This volume represents an important event in the continuing growth of a field.
Category: Psychology

Adolescent Addiction

Author : Cecilia A. Essau
ISBN : 9780128186268
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 63.73 MB
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Adolescent Addiction: Epidemiology, Assessment, and Treatment, Second Edition, offers researchers and clinicians a single-volume resource on the nature, extent and treatment of addictive problems in adolescents. Chapters cover the foundations of addictive problems, including developmental, social and neurobiological factors, common addictions among adolescents, including e-cigarettes, shopping, smartphones, social networking and exercise addiction, and challenges and recommendations for future research in adolescent addiction. Chapters in the second half of the book cover clinical characteristics, screening and clinical assessment methods, epidemiology, comorbidity, course and outcome, protective and risk factors, and more. Presents a breadth of coverage on addiction problems Presents a simple and accessible organization, making it easy to examine specific addictive problems - their nature, extent and prevention/intervention Includes a concise summary of key clinical points in each chapter to help readers put findings into practice
Category: Psychology

Youth Gambling

Author : Filipa Calado
ISBN : OCLC:1127197556
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Futures At Stake

Author : Howard Shaffer
ISBN : UOM:39015056294104
Genre : Family & Relationships
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"Specialists in psychology, medicine, law, public health, economics, casino management, psychiatry, and criminal justice examine this problem from the perspective of their various disciplines." - cover.
Category: Family & Relationships

Teen Gambling

Author : Jeffrey L. Derevensky
ISBN : 9781442202276
Genre : Law
File Size : 48.78 MB
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"In light of a growing epidemic of teen gambling, this book provides a better understanding of the causes and extent of youth gambling problems, assessment tools to identify teens with gambling addictions and related issues, and strategies for the prevention and treatment of youth who gamble"--
Category: Law

Pathways To Excessive Gambling

Author : Charlotte Fabiansson
ISBN : 9781317083290
Genre : Social Science
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Pathways to Excessive Gambling draws upon extensive empirical research amongst young people and problem gamblers in Australia, comparing it with situations in other territories, to shed light on social, recreational gambling and the ways in which this can lead to excessive gambling. It highlights the relationship between the local community, sports clubs, governments, social recreation, economy and regulation of gambling venues, identifying the social indicators that typify situations which commonly lead to excessive gambling. By developing a 'society-based' perspective, this volume recognizes problem gambling as an issue for the whole society rather than just the individual, focusing on the availability of gambling and identifying its capacity, as a construct, to encourage or restrict the behaviour of the individual. As such, this book will be of significance to social scientists with interests in gambling, young people, social problems, and the sociology of leisure and culture.
Category: Social Science

Gambling Problem Among Nigerian Youth A Short Update

Author : Akeem Adigun
ISBN : 9783346190666
Genre : History
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Academic Paper from the year 2020 in the subject African Studies - Miscellaneous, Ahmadu Bello University (Department of Educational Psychology & Counselling), course: Guidance and Counselling, language: English, abstract: This paper presents the update on problem gambling among Nigeria youth; looking at its prevalence, forms, the industry, causes and effects, empirical review of previous studies and its counselling implications. Gambling among youth remains a salient problem that is less recognised as a social menace among education stakeholders and researchers. This is because it is a common phenomenon that is considered as recreational activity and even legalised by Nigeria government through which revenue are generated (tax collected from the owners of various gambling companies). However, experts have noted that it causes more harm to the youth and the society than the good it may seem to portray.
Category: History

Problem Gambling And Its Treatment

Author : Ronald M. Pavalko
ISBN : IND:30000078533456
Genre : Medical
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"This book is an introduction to the topic of problem gambling and its treatment. Throughout the book, a variety of different data and information is drawn upon to understand problem gambling and its treatment. The data is based on solid research whenever possible. This includes the results of both survey research and case studies. The book follows a logical sequence, beginning with the development of an understanding of problem gambling and ending with a discussion of different kinds of treatment. The book will be useful as an introductory text for students taking courses in counseling, mental health and illness, social work, social problems and public policy. Public policymakers involved in the legalization, expansion, and regulation of commercial gambling will also find the book useful."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
Category: Medical

Principal Leadership

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105131490075
Genre : High school principals
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Category: High school principals

Indian Gaming

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924059612741
Genre : Gambling
File Size : 88.92 MB
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Category: Gambling

Report To The Governor

Author : Indiana Gambling Impact Study Commission
ISBN : IND:30000047148576
Genre : Charitable gambling
File Size : 33.74 MB
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Category: Charitable gambling