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Title: Firewatch on aboriginal adolescent gambling
Authors: Hewitt, David S.
Auger, Darlene
Hodgson, Maggie
Nechi Training and Research & Health Promotions Institute
Keywords: Indians of North America--Alberta--Gambling;Teenagers--Alberta--Social conditions
Issue Date: 6-Nov-1995
Publisher: Nechi Training and Research & Health Promotions Institute
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to provide an accurate estimate of the prevalence of problem gambling among Alberta Native youth and to determine the personal, cultural, social and financial factors related to gambling and problem gambling. The study surveyed 1,000 Aboriginal students from all regions of Alberta (including Reserve and urban populations). The survey asked questions concerning leisure/cultural activities, smoking habits and the use of intoxicants as well as gambling activity of both the students and their families.
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