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This study tests the feasibility of using nationally representative General Social Surveys for examining trends and patterns in gambling problems and other life stressors amongst the Australian Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) population.
This article reports on the Australian arm of a large-scale study of the patterns and prevalence of co-occurrence of family violence and problem gambling in Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong.
There exists only a small number of empirical studies investigating...
This article finds that some culturally distinctive positive and negative gambling impacts are being experienced across different Aboriginal communities.
Gambling affects communities in many ways, yet relatively little research has investigated community level impacts of gambling in the context of Indigenous...