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|Title:||Gambling and problem gambling among native Americans in North Dakota / by Rachel A. Volberg with Precision Marketing Inc.|
|Authors:||Volberg, Rachel A.|
Precision Marketing, Inc.
North Dakota. Department of Human Services. Division of Mental Health
|Keywords:||Indians of North America -- North Dakota -- Gambling;Indians of North America -- Gambling;Compulsive gambling -- North Dakota;Compulsive gambling|
|Abstract:||A sample of 400 Native Americans living in North Dakota counties with significant proportions of Native American residents was interviewed regarding their gambling involvement and problematic gambling behaviors. Data from this Native American sample are directly comparable to data from the general population of North Dakota as well as to data from gambling surveys completed elsewhere in the United States. This is the first time that information on Native American gambling involvement and problem gambling has been collected.|
|Description:||Permission to archive report in repository granted by Rachel Volberg, Gemini Research.|
|Appears in Collections:||Gambling Literature|
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