Corpus ID: 54625369

Mobile Gambling: Implications of Accessibility

  title={Mobile Gambling: Implications of Accessibility},
  author={Benjamin Paul Drakeford and M. H. Smith},
  • Benjamin Paul Drakeford, M. H. Smith
  • Published 2015
  • Psychology
  • Mobile gambling is the fastest growing form of internet gambling. However whilst internet gambling research as a whole has raised concerns over its impact on problem gambling, mobile gambling has not yet received study as a separate entity despite characteristics of its accessibility posing a greater risk. The present study used semi-structured qualitative interviews and a focus group to understand accessibility of mobile gambling and to identify consequential gambling behaviour changes that… CONTINUE READING


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