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A brief introduction to some digital resources for Korean Studies

This year, scholars and students across the globe have been forced to conduct research and gather materials for their projects and classes through the internet. Luckily for the field of Korean Studies, a huge amount of primary and secondary source material is available online, much of it for free. 855 more words

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Changes in gambling behavior during the COVID-19 Pandemic—A web survey study in Sweden [open access article]

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The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically changed everyday life, and policy makers have raised concerns about possible changes in gambling patterns during the pandemic. This study aimed to examine whether self-reported gambling has increased during the pandemic, and to examine potential correlates of such a change. 214 more words

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Responsible product design to mitigate excessive gambling: A scoping review [pre-print article]

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Researchers and gambling operators have developed game-based responsible gambling tools and interventions that are intended to mitigate risks for gambling-related harm. We conducted a scoping review of this literature, with a focus on replicability and transparency. 159 more words

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Weighing up the risks and benefits of community gambling venues as recreational spaces for people with lifelong disability [open access article]

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Background: Community gambling venues (pubs and clubs) are commonly associated with leisure and recreational options in Australian communities. While these venues offer a range of activities and facilities, including social opportunities, sporting facilities, live entertainment, they also contain gambling products that are known to cause significant harm to individuals, their families and communities. 325 more words

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Responsible product design to mitigate excessive gambling: A scoping review [pre-print article]

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Researchers and gambling operators have developed game-based responsible gambling tools and interventions that are intended to mitigate risks for gambling-related harm. We conducted a scoping review of this literature, with a focus on replicability and transparency. 159 more words

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Public health effects of gambling – debate on a conceptual model [open access article]

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Gambling for money is a popular leisure time activity in most countries, which has major social and economic impacts not only affecting the gambler, but his/her significant others, and the society. 349 more words

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