The effect of gambling marketing and advertising on children, young people and vulnerable adults

Final Synthesis Report

The effect of gambling marketing and advertising on children, young people and vulnerable adults (Published March 2020)
Ipsos MORI

Executive Summary

The effect of gambling marketing and advertising on children, young people and vulnerable adults - executive summary (Published March 2020)
Ipsos MORI

Interim Synthesis report

The effect of gambling marketing and advertising on children, young people and vulnerable adults (Published July 2019)
Ipsos MORI

Interim Synthesis Executive Summary

The effect of gambling marketing and advertising on children, young people and vulnerable adults Interim synthesis report EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (Published July 2019)
Ipsos MORI

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Andy MacGregor, Hannah Biggs & Jessica Shields, ScotCen

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Andy MacGregor, Claire Elliott & Jessica Shields, ScotCen

Biddable Youth: Sports and esports Gambling Advertising on Twitter: Appeal to children, young people and vulnerable adults (Published August 2019)
Josh Smith, Centre for Social Media Analysis at Demos; Agnes Nairn University of Bristol
With: Raffaello Rossi University of Bristol; Elliot Jones Demos; Chris Inskip, University of Sussex

Report 1: presenting findings frodesk based research (literature review; content analysis of gambling advertising and a frequency analysis of sports sponsorship) (Published February 2019)

Nathan Critchlow, Martine Stead, Crawford Moodie, Richard Purves, Kathryn Angus, Amber Morgan and Fiona Dobbie, Institute for Social Marketing & Health, University of Stirling; Dr Philip Newall, Professor Gerda Reith

Gambling Marketing from 2014 to 2018: a Literature Review (Published March 2019)

Dr Philip Newall, Professor Gerda Reith; Crawford Moodie, Martine Stead, Nathan Critchlow, Amber Morgan & Fiona Dobbie, Institute for Social Marketing & Health, University of Stirling

Examining the frequency and nature of gambling marketing in televised broadcasts of professional sporting events in the United Kingdom (Published April 2020)

Richard Purves, Nathan Critchlow, Martine Stead and Amber Morgan, Institute for Social Marketing & Health, University of Stirling; Fiona Dobbie, Usher Institute, University of Edinburgh

 

A longitudinal study of gambling in late adolescence and early adulthood

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A longitudinal study of gambling in late adolescence and early adulthood: Follow-up assessment at 24 years (Published December 2019)
Professor Alan Emond & Dr Linda Hollén, Bristol Medical School; Professor Mark Griffiths, Nottingham Trent University

Executive Summary

A longitudinal study of gambling in late adolescence and early adulthood: the ALSPAC Gambling Study (Published December 2019)
Professor Alan Emond & Dr Linda Hollén, Bristol Medical School; Professor Mark Griffiths, Nottingham Trent University

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Gambling in Young Adults Aged 17–24 Years: A Population‑Based Study (Published April 2020)
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Measuring gambling-related harms among children and young people: A framework for action

Measuring gambling-related harms among children and young people A framework for action (Published April 2019)
Dr Margaret Blake, Julia Pye, Dr Claudia Mollidor & Leila Morris, Ipsos Mori; Heather Wardle, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine; Professor Gerda Reith, Glasgow University

A study on the role and influence of family and parental attitudes and behaviours on gambling-related harm in young people

Gambling and problem gambling among young adults: Insights from a longitudinal study of parents and children

Gambling and problem gambling among young adults: Insights from a longitudinal study of parents and children (Published August 2018)
Professor David Forrest & Professor Ian McHale, University of Liverpool

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Children and young people's gambling: Research review

Children and young people's gambling: Research review (Published 2016)
Professor Gill Valentine, University of Sheffield

Children and gambling: Attitudes, behaviour, harm prevention and regulatory responses

Children and Gambling: Attitudes, Behaviour, Harm Prevention and Regulatory Responses (Published Oct 2015) 
Malgorzata (Margaret) Anna Carran, Queen Mary University of London

Barriers to treatment access for young problem gamblers

Barriers to treatment access for young problem gamblers (Published Sept 2013)
Jane Louise Rigbye, Nottingham Trent University