Gambling advocacy: lessons from tobacco, alcohol and junk food

Abstract:

Objective: To explore the attitudes and opinions of public health experts in gambling and related unhealthy commodity industries towards the tactics used by the gambling industry to prevent reform and the advocacy responses to these tactics. Methods: In-depth interviews (30–60 minutes) with a convenience sample of 15 public health experts and stakeholders with a public health approach to gambling (n=10), or other unhealthy commodity industries (food, alcohol, tobacco, n=5)…

Thomas, S. L., David, J., Randle, M., Daube, M., & Senior, K. (2015). Gambling advocacy: lessons from tobacco, alcohol and junk food. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, n/a–n/a. http://doi.org/10.1111/1753-6405.12410

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