‘When the fun stops’ ESRC Festival of Social Science NI 2021

  • Kitchin, P. J. (Organiser)
  • McEvoy, E. (Participant)
  • Samantha Thomas (Participant)
  • Crystal Fulton (Participant)
  • James Grimes (Participant)
  • Barry Grant (Participant)

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Description

To bring together experts by experience, practitioners and academics in a public webinar exploring how social science and critical qualitive inquiry can enhance our collective understanding of the impact of gambling marketing, both locally and internationally. In this webinar we aim to consider how the social sciences can contribute to reductions in gambling harm and add value to the debate on the risks of the gamblification of sport and leisure.

Local research on gambling marketing and harm is presented followed by an international panel discussion from experts with experience, practitioners and academics. A general question and answer session will follow the panel discussion.
Period16 Nov 2021
Event typeSeminar
LocationBelfast, Northern Ireland
Degree of RecognitionInternational

Keywords

  • gambling
  • gambling-harm
  • Marketing
  • critical qualitative inquiry