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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Mythily Subramaniam, Siow Ann Chong, Pratika Satghare, Colette J. Browning, and Shane Thomas

continued gambling, despite significant negative physical, psychological, and social consequences not just for the individual but for the family and community at large ( American Psychiatric Association, 2013 ). Research has increasingly shown that

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This article presents the findings of a qualitative research project which aimed to map out the political evaluations and the social effects of the changing concept of family and the changing forms of family life. By interviewing political and economic decision-makers we intended to highlight the goals and the motives of the differenct family policy approaches, the characteristic features of the family concepts reflected by the policy-makers' decisions, as well as the relationship between state family policies and labor market policies on the one hand, and equal treatment expectations concerning both genders, on the other. On the basis of interviews conducted with ordinary people we examined how much people's lives are practically infuenced by the family policy measures introduced by the political and the economic decision makers. According to our findings the two different categories of respondents saw specific family policy issues in different ways - however, their interpretations of family policy as a whole were rather convergent. The importance of providing equality of opportunity for men and women, increasing the female employment rate, acknowledging the plurality of family lifestyles, reconciling work and family life - being European expectations as well as conditions of a worthy life - seemed to be overshadowed by the demographic issues of fertility and procreation.

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family ( Durkin & Barber, 2002 ) and peers ( Kuntsche et al., 2009 ; Valkenburg & Peter, 2009 ), as well as some physical and cognitive benefits ( Blumberg, Altschuler, Almonte, & Mileaf, 2013 ; Subrahmanyam, Greenfield, Kraut, & Gross, 2001 ). However

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; Kessler et al., 2008 ). Marriage has long been regarded as a protective factor for veterans suffering from PTSD ( Weisenhorn, Frey, van de Venne, & Cerel, 2017 ), and the role of close family as a key support network for problem gamblers is well

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developmental and ecological (i.e., family) factors. Specifically, we encourage the application of developmental perspectives in the consideration of (1) problematic usage and associated psychological sequelae, (2) types of devices and content that may be

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developmental and ecological (i.e., family) factors. Specifically, we encourage the application of developmental perspectives in the consideration of (1) problematic usage and associated psychological sequelae, (2) types of devices and content that may be

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.M. (1986b). Late adolescents identity formation: Individuation from the family of origin. Adolescence , 21 (84), 785—796. Bayer, J.P., & Day, J.D. (1987). A couple typology based on differentiation and its predicive ability for

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. (eds): The Psychological Foundations of Culture . Hillsdale, NJ : Lawrence Erlbaum Associates . Carlock , R. S. – Ward , J. L. ( 2001 ): Strategic Planning for the Family

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Studia Scientiarum Mathematicarum Hungarica
Authors: Dániel Gerbner, Nathan Lemons, Cory Palmer, Balázs Patkós, and Vajk Szécsi

Ahlswede, R. and Daykin, D. , An inequality for the weights of two families of sets, their unions and intersections, Probability Theory and Related Fields , 43 (1978), no. 3, 183–185. MR

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