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Young People and Gambling in Britain:

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This report critically reviews the state of current research knowledge and systematically reviews the literature on children and young people under 18 and gambling. Although incorporating data and discussion of children and gambling behaviours worldwide, this report concentrates on drawing conclusions relevant to the British situation, assessing the quality of research focussing upon gambling behaviour and any later effects.

Grant Holders:

Corinne May-Chahal, Fiona Measham, Morag Brannock, Jude Amos and Paul Dagnall


May-Chahal, C. Measham, F. Brannock, M. Amos, J. & Dagnall, P. (2004) Young People and Gambling in Britain: A systematic and critical review of the research literature relating to gaming machine, lottery and pools coupons practice by children and youngpeople under 18 Department for Culture, Media and Sport Technical Report Series: Technical Paper 8