Residents' perceptions of casino development in Korea: the Kangwon Land Casino case.

@inproceedings{Back2005ResidentsPO,
  title={Residents' perceptions of casino development in Korea: the Kangwon Land Casino case.},
  author={Ki-Joon Back and Christopher Lee},
  year={2005}
}
Ki-Joon Back Choong-Ki Lee This study was developed to examine the underlying relationships among the sociodemographic variables of casino community residents, the perceptions of potential benefits and costs, and the support for casino development based on the social exchange theory. The results show that social and economic benefits were most significant in determining the level of support for casino development. None of the demographic variables significantly affected support level. Based on… CONTINUE READING

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