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Indigenous gambling in the Yarrabah community
Queensland Office of Gaming Regulation
  • Nerilee Hing, Southern Cross University
  • Helen Mary Breen, Southern Cross University
  • Ashley Gordon, Southern Cross University
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Funded by the Queensland Office of Gaming Regulation, this project conducted a quantitative survey of Indigenous gambling, problem gambling, its demographic, behavioural, perceptual and attitudinal correlates, and help-seeking behaviour in the Yarrabah Community in North Queensland. A household survey gained responses from 72% of all adults in the community, and was supported by an art competition in the local schools, a Yarrabah Gambling Awareness Week, and follow-up gambling health promotion activities.
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Queensland Office of Gaming Regulation 2009, Indigenous gambling in the Yarrabah community, report prepared by N Hing, H Breen & A Gordon, Centre for Gambling Education and Research, Southern Cross University, Lismore, NSW.