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Title: Gambling Prevalence in South Australia : October to December 2005
Authors: Population Research and Outcome Studies Unit
Keywords: Gambling -- South Australia;Gambling -- South Australia -- Statistics
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: South Australian Department for Families and Communities
Abstract: Over 17,000 South Australian adults were interviewed for the gambling survey. Telephone interviewing was used, with numbers being randomly selected from the White Pages. This gambling survey follows the methodology of the 2001 study, which was, at that time, the largest survey undertaken to examine gambling patterns in South Australia. The current survey is three times larger than the 2001 survey. This survey examined a wide range of gambling patterns. These included: • how frequently people gamble; • types of gambling most commonly used; and • awareness of support services to assist gamblers with a problem.
Description: Permission to include in Alberta Gambling Research Institute research repository granted by Glenn Palmer (DCSI) on March 3, 2014.
ISBN: 1 920983 35 X
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