Influence of Personal Factors on Macau Residents ' Gaming Impact Perceptions

@inproceedings{Vong2012InfluenceOP,
  title={Influence of Personal Factors on Macau Residents ' Gaming Impact Perceptions},
  author={Fanny Vong},
  year={2012}
}
  • Fanny Vong
  • Published 2012
This paper explores the influence of personal factors on gaming impact perceptions using Macau, China as a case study. The objective is to examine how residents' gaming perceptions were affected by (1) personal benefits received from gaming; (2) length of residence; and (3) demographic characteristics. The study also aims to assess the relative magnitude of influence exerted by each variable on gaming impact perceptions. All personal factors were found to contribute to differences in gaming… CONTINUE READING
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