Addiction By Design

Author: Natasha Dow Schüll
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machines stems from the consumer, the product, or the interplay between the two. --

The World Beyond Your Head

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5. AUTISM AS A DESIGN PRINCIPLE: GAMBLING 1. Natasha Dow Schüll,
Addiction by Design: Machine Gambling in Las Vegas (Princeton, NJ: Princeton
University Press, 2012), 171. 2. Mitzuko Ito, “Mobilizing Fun in the Production and
Consumption of Children's Software,” Annals of the American Academy of
Political and Social Science 597 (2005), as cited by Schüll, Addiction by Design,
172. Schüll, Addiction by Design, 174. Ibid., 172. Ibid. Ibid., 12. Caitlin Zaloom, “
The Derivative ...

Phishing For Phools

Author: George A. Akerlof
Publisher: Princeton University Press
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Natasha Dow Schüll, Addiction by Design: Machine Gambling in Las Vegas (
Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2012). 6. Ibid., pp. 24–25. 7. These include
a gas station/convenience store and a supermarket where she sometimes
gambles, and then, most significantly, the Palace Station casino. 8. Schüll,
Addiction by Design, p. 2. Mollie tells Schüll, “I am not playing to win. [I play] to
keep playing—to stay in that machine zone where nothing else matters.” We are
thankful to Natasha ...

Addiction Trajectories

Author: Eugene Raikhel
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It includes sections of chapter 9 from Natasha Schilll, Addiction by Design:
Machine Gambling in Las Vegas (Princeton: Prince— ton University Press, 2012)
. Used by permission. 10. and denial (American Psychiatric Association 1994;
see also Castellani. 1. A study by GLs Research (2009) similarly found that two—
thirds of Las Vegas residents gamble “at least occasionally.” Of those, 44 percent
gamble at least once a week and 27 percent do so twice a week or more. 2. The
term was ...

Sport S Relationship With Other Leisure Industries

Author: Dion Georgiou
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For an example of this see professional bodybuilder Robert Burneika's video of
his visit to the 2012 Mr Olympia EXPO in Polish, one among many on his official
website/channel that visualize the professional bodybuilding version of the
American dream: www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxyySYyoMU, accessed 23
October 2012. Hannigan, Fantasy City; Natasha Dow Schüll, Addiction by Design
: Machine Gambling in Las Vegas (Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University
Press, 2012).

Gangsters To Governors

Author: David Clary
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Scarne's New Complete Guide to Gambling. New York: Simon and Schuster,
1974. Schatzberg, Rufus. Black Organized Crime in Harlem: 1920–1930. New
York: Garland, 1993. Schmidt, John C. Win, Place, Show: A Biography of Harry
Straus: The Man Who Gave America the Tote. Baltimore: G.W.C. Whiting School
of Engineering, Johns Hopkins University, 1989. Schüll, Natasha Dow. Addiction
by Design: Machine Gambling in Las Vegas. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University
Press, ...

High Stakes

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She said the industry's position unfairly ignores the way the designs of the
machines can lend them addictive properties. “You can't ignore the way these
machines are designed,” she said. Instead of always looking at the gambler for
being solely at fault for his addiction, “let's look at the machine side.” Schüll will
soon be publishing a book called Addiction by Design: Machine Gambling in Las
Vegas. In it, she'll be talking about how slot machines have a mechanical rhythm
than can ...

Players Making Decisions

Author: Zack Hiwiller
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Retrieved November 19, 2014, from www.nytimes.com/2013/12/22/technology/
masterofhisvirtualdomain.html?pagewanted=all. Tip A recommended read on the
ethics of game design for gambling is Addiction by Design: Machine Gambling in
Las Vegas by Natasha Dow Schüll (2012, Princeton University Press). It's just as
important for a game designer to examine what a game's mechanics say about
what the designer values as a designer. The slot machine designer's goal is clear
: to ...

Moral Jeopardy Risks Of Accepting Money From The Alcohol Tobacco And Gambling Industries

Author: Peter J. Adams
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For example, see Nigel Turner and Roger Horbay (2004) “How do slot machines
and other electronic gambling machines actually work?” Journal of Gambling
Issues 11:1–41. See also Natasha Dow Schüll (2012) Addiction by Design:
Machine Gambling in Las Vegas. Princeton University Press. For example, see T.
Schellinck and T. Schrans (2004) “Identifying problem gamblers at the gambling
venue: Finding combinations of high confidence indicators.” Gambling Research
16(1): ...

Addiction Treatment

Author: Katherine van Wormer
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... sexual abuse in males and subsequent risky sexual behavior: A potential
alcohol-use pathway. Child Abuse and Neglect, 34(5), 369–378. Schuckit, M. (
2009). Alcohol-use disorders. Lancet, 373, 492–501. Schuckit, M., Smith, T. L., &
Kalmijn, J. A. (2014). The patterns of drug and alcohol use and associated
problems over 30 years in 397 men. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental
Research, 38(1), 227–234. Schull, N. (2012). Addiction by design: Machine
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