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- 1 Responsible Gambling and Its Stakeholders: An OverviewHoward J. Shaffer, Alexander Blaszczynski, Robert Ladouceur, Peter Collins, and Davis Fong
- 2 Should We Do Away with Responsible Gambling?: Perspectives from Research ScientistsDebi A. LaPlante, Heather M. Gray, and Sarah E. Nelson
- 3 Responsible Gambling: An Academic PerspectivePaul Delfabbro and Daniel King
- 4 Gambling Expansion and Its Association with Disordered Gambling Trends Ken C. Winters and Nathan D. L. Smith
- 5 Responsible Gambling: Public Health and Social Justice Considerations to Inform Research, Policy, and PracticeVíctor Ortiz and Haner Hernández
- 6 Responsible Gambling: A Problem Gambler’s PerspectiveJodie Nealley and Amanda Winters
- 7 Responsible Gambling: Consumer and Reformed Problem Gambler PerspectivesGabriele Byrne
- 8 Are Responsible Gambling Programs Important?: More Importantly, Do They Work?Arnie Wexler and Sheila Wexler
- 10 Responsible Gambling: Organizational PerspectiveChristine Reilly
- 11 Responsible Gambling from a Nonprofit PerspectiveJamie Wiebe and Jon Kelly
- 12 The Status of Responsible Gaming: A Massachusetts PerspectiveStephen P. Crosby and Mark Vander Linden
- 13 A Gambling Lawyers’ Perspective on Responsible GamblingSimon Planzer and Martin Lycka