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This is a dramatic shift in our culture and undoubtedly has an effect upon youth. The degree to which it has affected youth is still an empirical question as we are in the process of examining the early effects of gambling on the first generation of youth to be exposed to widespread legalized gambling and its advertising. It is well established that youth participate in gambling to varying degrees, from no gambling at one end of the continuum to excessive and problem gambling at the other end (see Jacobs, this volume).
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