This webinar will explore how the social sciences can reduce gambling harm and add value to the debate on the risks of gamblification in sport and leisure.
Join the conversation as our experts discuss how social science and critical qualitative inquiry can enhance our collective understanding of the impact of gambling marketing, both locally and internationally.
We will look at local research, followed by an international panel discussion from leading experts.
The panel will include: Professor Samantha Thomas – Deakin University, Australia, Dr Crystal Fulton – UCD, Ireland, Mr Barry Grant – Extern and Mr James Grimes – The Big Step
Dr Paul Kitchin, Lecturer School of Sport, Sport Science Leisure and Tourism at Ulster University
This event will be of interest to anyone who deals with or has been affected by gambling addictions.
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