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Tournament poker shows have become a leading ratings draw on American television. Since ESPN and the Travel Channel began airing their innovative poker shows in 2003, the game has reached a new following, particularly among college students. There are unique and psychologically significant factors that characterize the college population that make students particularly receptive to popular characterizations in media. This study investigates the potential effects these popular poker television shows have on the gambling behavior of students. 444 college students completed a survey designed to assess gratifications sought through media along with measures of attitudes, gambling behavior, and social systems. Using Social Cognitive Theory as a framework of influence, exposure to these shows was assessed and evaluated. Results indicated that student gambling is strongly correlated to viewership, particularly among younger students. This was especially seen among students who utilized the online gambling option. Gambling behavior of peers wasn’t shown to be a strong influence for student gambling. However, excitement was shown to be a strong variable that should be looked at closer.

Product Specifications
SKU :COC38062
AuthorMarc Londo and M.C. Santana
Number of Pages108
Publishing Year5/27/2010
Edition1 st
Book TypeMedia studies
Country of ManufactureIndia
Product BrandLAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Product Packaging InfoBox
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