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BO JASON BERNHARD & JAMES H. FREY

In: 21st Century Sociology

Chapter 40: The Sociology of Gambling

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The Sociology of Gambling
The sociology of gambling

The size and scope of legalized gambling—to put aside its illegal manifestations for a moment—are simply mind-boggling. In America, for instance, more money is legally spent on gambling than is spent on movie tickets, theme parks, sports events, and music events combined (Morais 2002). Of course, sociologists have ...

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