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Factors associated with social casino gaming among adolescents across game types

Livia Veselka, Rochelle Wijesingha, Scott T Leatherdale, Nigel E Turner, Tara Elton-Marshall
2018 BMC Public Health  
With the proliferation of social casino games (SCGs) online, which offer the opportunity to gamble without monetary gains and losses, comes a growing concern regarding the effects of these unregulated  ...  Moreover, the study examines the extent to which social casino gaming is associated with monetary gambling and problem gambling in this cohort.  ...  SCG play with one's online social networks through social media websites [1] .  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12889-018-6069-2 pmid:30305091 pmcid:PMC6180495 fatcat:t32dos4fozftvapqstd2ljl2ya

An Exploratory Study of Electronic Word-of-Mouth Focused on Casino Hotels in Las Vegas and Macao

Mengying Tang, Hak-Seon Kim
2022 Information  
Through big data analytics, online reviews of two casino hotels from Google Travel were utilized.  ...  Through the results, the study points out the general characteristics affecting customer satisfaction of casino hotels, as well as the distinctions in influencing factors of their customer satisfaction  ...  Semantic network analysis is based on the frequency of main words in online reviews, the relationships between main words, and the network structure.  ... 
doi:10.3390/info13030135 fatcat:nk7ehnu4uzfhllzqgdimexzkyu


Hui Li, Sourav S. Bhowmick, Aixin Sun
2013 Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Extending Database Technology - EDBT '13  
In this paper, we propose a novel conformity-aware cascade (c 2 ) model which leverages on the interplay between influence and conformity in obtaining the influence probabilities of nodes from underlying  ...  Influence maximization (im) is the problem of finding a small subset of nodes (seed nodes) in a social network that could maximize the spread of influence.  ...  Recently, we proposed an algorithm called casino to study the interplay between influence and conformity of each individuals in online social networks [19] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/2452376.2452415 dblp:conf/edbt/LiBS13 fatcat:3ppmkzctm5gzbo622u5ovii3y4

Facebook as international eMarketing strategy of Taiwan hotels

Yu-Lun Hsu
2012 International Journal of Hospitality Management  
Investigation of the current use of Facebook, as an international eMarketing tool, by six large hotels in Taiwan showed presence in Facebook and use of basic features.  ...  Language use also limited interaction in spreading the message virally to the wider international leisure travelers.  ...  online via social networking.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijhm.2011.11.005 fatcat:ijc6ap4wubfebobg2lgtkzixku

التحقیق فی محددات موقع السیاحة الاجتماعیة على شبکة الإنترنت وجاذبیة من أجل استخدام الناس للتخطیط لرحلة المستقبل(باللغة الإنجلیزیة)

احمد موسی السمادیسی
2015 مجلة کلیة التجارة للبحوث العلمیة.جامعة الإسکندریة  
The results of this study showed that virtual existence, published content and social networking positively influences social media attractiveness in the touristic context.  ...  This study examines the role of travel reviews in the process of planning trips; identify factors which influence poten-tial traveller's evaluations of touristic website and social media.  ...  networking) positively influences social media attractiveness in the touristic context.  ... 
doi:10.21608/acj.2015.63634 fatcat:aa6osmlzeff4hchiooh6dvbaji

The Role of Virtual Communities in Gambling and Gaming Behaviors: A Systematic Review

Anu Sirola, Nina Savela, Iina Savolainen, Markus Kaakinen, Atte Oksanen
2020 Journal of Gambling Studies  
Identification with virtual communities influences gambling behavior and monetary gaming behavior through mechanisms of perceived norms, social influence, and community feedback.  ...  According to results, online communities serve different functions in gambling and gaming behaviors.  ...  social casino games .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10899-020-09946-1 pmid:32306232 fatcat:smgh6baqlnepxoey7uyxts4zca

Framing the Game: Assessing the Impact of Cultural Representations on Consumer Perceptions of Legitimacy

Ashlee Humphreys, Kathryn A. Latour
2013 Journal of Consumer Research  
.: Firm to Develop Properties in Las Vegas for Time Shares," February 2. USA Today (1993), "The $100 Million Dream," July 8, 10A.  ...  New York Times (1995) , "Casinos Threaten Pageant as Symbol of Atlantic City," John Nordheimer, September 16, A24.  ...  Consumer acceptance of and participation in online gambling is influenced by the ways in which it is represented culturally and socially.  ... 
doi:10.1086/672358 fatcat:2h2z4nyjmfa3fn2bxncwtmd5wu

Measuring Reputation and Influence in Online Social Networks: A Systematic Literature Review

Sami Al-Yazidi, Jawad Berri, Mohammed Al-Qurishi, Majed Al-Alrubaian
2020 IEEE Access  
Online Social Networks (OSNs) are an integral part of the modern lifestyle, and the use of OSN is highly prevalent today.  ...  The objective of this study is to provide a better and deeper understanding and a detailed review of the current state of research pertaining to the measurement of reputation and influence in OSNs, specifically  ...  [49] developed a measurement tool called CASINO to measure influence and conformity in social interactions across different topics.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.2999033 fatcat:ms3kq4noknd4hfxxxgdxli5ow4

Conceptual design blueprint for the DiSSCo digitization infrastructure - DELIVERABLE D8.1

Alex Hardisty, Hannu Saarenmaa, Ana Casino, Mathias Dillen, Karsten Gödderz, Quentin Groom, Helen Hardy, Dimitris Koureas, Abraham Nieva de la Hidalga, Deborah Paul, Veljo Runnel, Xavier Vermeersch (+2 others)
2020 Research Ideas and Outcomes  
Develop and promote best practice approaches towards achieving the best digitisation results in terms of quality (best, according to agreed minimum information and other specifications), time (highest  ...  Develop and promote best practice approaches towards achieving the best digitisation results in terms of quality (best, according to agreed minimum information and other specifications), time (highest  ...  in and contributing to the ICEDIG project.  ... 
doi:10.3897/rio.6.e54280 fatcat:ia4ihoylfvcmvphm6mhd46fyne

The Ambivalent Subject: Reconciling Contradictory Subjective Experiences of Surveillance

Joy Ciofi
2020 Surveillance & Society  
This article discusses the surveillant assemblage operating within the brandscape of two American mega–casinos and the ways in which the mechanisms of this surveillance impact the subjective experiences  ...  This paper contributes to the ongoing dialogue in surveillance studies about the complexities of surveillant subjects, as well as presents a new perspective on the attitudes of senior citizens towards  ...  Even though the predictive analytics used in online shopping and social media can and do create complex social problems, these services have become essential for much of society and are highly normalized  ... 
doi:10.24908/ss.v18i1.12783 fatcat:bzko4trb6jacjevbj6yoeexcaq

Making Casinos Happen: An Exploration of Nonprofit Participation in Alberta Casino Gambling [article]

Scott Harold Henwood, University Of Calgary, University Of Calgary, Liza McCoy
Making Casinos Happen: An Exploration of Nonprofit Participation in Alberta Casino Gambling (Unpublished master's thesis).  ...  She also enlisted the services of an online service specializing in matching volunteers to organizations in need of them.  ...  personnel while ensuring conformity to provincial casino regulations.  ... 
doi:10.11575/prism/20702 fatcat:uabv3b2bd5bdvk74gwjwlpg4re

Cracking the Cultural Code of Gambling

Kathryn A. Latour, Franck Sarrazit, Rom Hendler, Michael S. Latour
2009 Cornell Hospitality Quarterly  
Gaming and Casino Operations Management Comments Required Publisher Statement International expansion by Las Vegas casino operators has so far been uneven, notably in Macao.  ...  These codes should help marketers understand the underlying motivations for gambling in each culture and should assist casino operators to market more effectively.  ...  Implications How gambling was socialized into a culture influences how it is currently perceived.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1938965509345241 fatcat:onisbg754rb6zpw3slbiwbup64

Accelerating the Social Media Process: The Impact of Internet Celebrity Word-of-Mouth Communication and Relationship Quality on Consumer Information Sharing

Liping Liu, Chih-Cheng Fang
2020 International Journal of Human Resource Studies  
With the rapid development of "Internet plus", the number of Internet users in China has increased rapidly, and the number of active users of social media software ranks first in the world.  ...  Social media influences other consumers through consumer interaction and social interaction, and consumers are transformed into active information acquisition rather than passive information reception.  ...  The research on the value of Internet word of mouth derived from social media is becoming an important field of interest for scholars and practitioners in various fields.  ... 
doi:10.5296/ijhrs.v10i1.16043 fatcat:htqszrx22zgllawsm7qxjpq32q

The Social–Economic–Psychological model of technology adoption and usage: an application to online investing

Prabhudev Konana, Sridhar Balasubramanian
2005 Decision Support Systems  
The proposed model lays the foundation for a richer understanding of online consumers in the fields of MIS, marketing, and finance.  ...  We adopt this perspective triad to build a Social-Economic-Psychological (SEP) Model of technology adoption and usage, and apply the model to understand and explain the behavior of online investors.  ...  social network.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.dss.2003.12.003 fatcat:sqefaitv55cobkcohxfjmrzc3i

Social media meets hotel revenue management: Opportunities, issues and unanswered questions

Breffni M Noone, Kelly A McGuire, Kristin V Rohlfs
2011 Journal of Revenue and Pricing Management  
in this area.  ...  Her work focuses in particular on the integration of revenue management with marketing, sales and social media. Kristin V. Rohlfs is an independent consultant and researcher.  ...  Social network analysis can be used to identify the influencers within networks, and derive an influencer 'score' representing the potential for influence of each customer.  ... 
doi:10.1057/rpm.2011.12 fatcat:yfjvvgrw2bbqxkidlak4nccut4
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