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Youth Gambling

The Hidden Addiction

Ed. by Derevensky, Jeffrey L. / Shek, Daniel T. L. / Merrick, Joav

With contrib. by Delfabbro, Paul / Derevensky, Jeffrey L. / Gainsbury, Sally / Grant, Jon E. / Griffiths, Mark D. / Gupta, Rina / Ma, Cecilia M. S. / Merrick, Joav / Potenza, Marc N. / Shead, N. Will / Ólason, Daniel T. / Parke, Jonathan / Shek, Daniel T. L. / Stinchfield, Randy / Sun, Rachel C. F. / Temcheff, Caroline / Volberg, Rachel A.

Series:Health, Medicine and Human Development

    129,95 € / $182.00 / £97.99*

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    Publication Date:
    October 2011
    Copyright year:
    2011
    ISBN
    978-3-11-025569-0
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    Overview

    • Treats new technological forms of gambling (internet and mobile)
    • Up-to-date research on etiology, prevalence, treatment and prevention

    Aims and Scope

    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.

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    xviii, 265 pages
    Language:
    English
    Type of Publication:
    Specialist Text
    Keyword(s):
    Adolescence, Gambling Industry, Risk Behaviour, Prevention, Youth Gambling

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    Jeffrey L. Derevensky, McGill University Montreal, Quebec, Canada; Daniel T. L. Shek, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hunghom, China; Joav Merrick, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development and Health Services, Ministry of Social Affairs, Jerusalem, Israel.

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