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Critical Indigenous Gambling Studies

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Critical Indigenous Gambling Studies

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What theoretical frameworks are being developed to account for the culture and politics of Indigenous gambling and play? How are gambling and videogames connected in the everyday lives of Indigenous youth? How can treaty processes be mobilized to advance justice in the provision of gambling to youth and other Indigenous stakeholders?

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INTRODUCTION BY CO-EDITOR DARREL MANITOWABI (NOSM-AMS HANNAH CHAIR IN THE HISTORY OF INDIGENOUS HEALTH AND INDIGENOUS TRADITIONAL MEDICINE)KEYNOTE ON MAORI YOUTH AND GAMBLING BY RUTH HERD (ATIAWA NATION, NZ) DISCUSSION OF GAMBLING AND VIDEOGAMING IN THE LIVES OF INDIGENOUS YOUTHMESCHAQUIN NEEKAN (MISHKEEGOGAMANG FIRST NATION YOUTH LEADER)CAITLYN SALMON (DIGITAL ARTIST AND INDIGENOUS YOUTH RESEARCH MENTOR)

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