Addiction By Design

Author: Natasha Dow Schüll
Publisher: Princeton University Press
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Addiction Trajectories

Author: Eugene Raikhel
Publisher: Duke University Press
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It includes sections of chapter 9 from Natasha Schilll, Addiction by Design:
Machine Gambling in Las Vegas (Princeton: Prince— ton University Press, 2012)
. Used by permission. 10. and denial (American Psychiatric Association 1994;
see also Castellani. 1. A study by GLs Research (2009) similarly found that two—
thirds of Las Vegas residents gamble “at least occasionally.” Of those, 44 percent
gamble at least once a week and 27 percent do so twice a week or more. 2. The
term was ...

The World Beyond Your Head

Author: Matthew B. Crawford
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PRINCIPLE: GAMBLING 1. 2. Natasha Dow Schüll, Addiction by Design:
Machine Gambling in Las Vegas (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2012
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Moral Jeopardy Risks Of Accepting Money From The Alcohol Tobacco And Gambling Industries

Author: Peter J. Adams
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Addiction Treatment

Author: Katherine van Wormer
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Qualitative Research In Gambling

Author: Rebecca Cassidy
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Expanding Addiction Critical Essays

Author: Robert Granfield
Publisher: Routledge
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Addiction As Consumer Choice

Author: Gordon Foxall
Publisher: Routledge
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Digital Anthropology

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The Wiley Handbook On The Cognitive Neuroscience Of Addiction

Author: Stephen J. Wilson
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