Research guide - Gambling in New Zealand
Journal articles and reports
National Gambling Study
Centre for Social and Health Outcomes Research and Evaluation & Te Ropu Whariki. (2008). Assessment of the Social Impacts of Gambling in New Zealand. Auckland: Ministry of Health.
Gray, R. (2011). New Zealanders’ Participation in Gambling: Results from the 2010 Health and Lifestyles Survey. Wellington: Health Sponsorship Council.
Health Sponsorship Council. (2012). New Zealanders’ Knowledge, Views and Experience of Gambling and Gambling Harm: Results from the 2010 Health and Lifestyles Survey. Wellington: Health Sponsorship Council.
Ministry of Health. (2009). A focus on problem gambling: Results of the 2006/07 New Zealand Health Survey. Wellington.
Ministry of Health. (2010). Preventing and Minimising Gambling Harm: Six-year strategic plan 2010/11–2015/16. Wellington.
Productivity Commission. (2010). Gambling (No. 50). Retrieved from http://www.pc.gov.au/projects/inquiry/gambling-2009/report (nb: This report is produced by the Australian government, but has been referenced and consulted in many pieces of New Zealand research.)
Shaw, M., Forbush, K., Schlinder, J., Rosenman, E., & Black, D. (2007). The effect of pathological gambling on families, marriages and children. CNS Spectrums, 12. Retrieved from http://www.cnsspectrums.com/aspx/article_pf.aspx?articleid=1162
Storer, J., Abbott, M., & Stubbs, J. (2009). Access or adaptation? A meta-analysis of surveys of problem gambling prevalence in Australia and New Zealand with respect to concentration of electronic gaming machines. International Gambling Studies, 9, 225–244. doi:10.1080/14459790903257981
Turner, N., & Horbay, R. (2004). How do slot machines and other electronic gambling machines actually work? Journal of Gambling Issues. Retrieved from http://jgi.camh.net/doi/full/10.4309/jgi.2004.11.21