How do people with intellectual disability engage with and understand gambling? A qualitative study of adults in Victoria, Australia
This study aimed to understand the factors that may influence how and why people with intellectual disability may engage in gambling.
People with intellectual disability and their lived experiences of gambling
Through one-on-one interviews with people with an intellectual disability, and focus groups with supporters of people with an intellectual disability, this study aims to broaden the understanding of the risks gambling may have on someone with an intellectual disability.
Weighing up the risks and benefits of community gambling venues as recreational spaces for people with lifelong disability
Although researchers have explored how adults and children engage with community gambling venues, there is limited understanding about the potential risks and benefits of these venues for people with lifelong disability.
Australian young women’s gambling behaviours: a socio-cultural investigation of gambling attitudes, beliefs and consumption intentions
The aim of this present study was to explore the range of key determinants that may shape the gambling beliefs and behaviours of older adolescent (18–24 years old) and young adult (25–34 years old) women. The research predominantly focused on young women who demonstrated low...
Factors that shape the gambling attitudes and behaviours of older adults in Victoria
Simone McCarthy, Amy Bestman, Mike Daube
The aim of this study was to explore the interplay of individual, socio-cultural, commercial, environmental and other associated factors that may create pathways for older adults into community gambling venues, and the factors that may influence the range of gambling and non-gambling behaviours within these...