THE SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF GAMBLING
Mar 11, 2011 · Gaming Policy and Enforcement Branch of British Columbia ... Attitudes 50 Quality of Life/Public Health/Social Capital/Values 51 ... social impacts of gambling, and are scientifically rigorous. These principles are outlined in the first section of this paper.
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