Tylor & Francis Online is offering free access to all Routledge Behavioral Science Journals throughout February. Access to the journal articles is normally available only to subscribing institutions (such as university libraries) and to individuals who pay per article. This offer includes many interesting journals – start here.
Among the journals with free access in February is International Gambling Studies (IGS), which in my opinion is the leading journal in the field of gambling. It publishes high quality articles from all social sciences including sociology, psychology, anthropology, statistics, economics, education, history, law, political science, community studies, management, industrial relations, leisure and tourism studies.
For example, you could read the three articles authored by me:
- Why people gamble: A model with five motivational dimensions (2012)
- The good, the bad and the unhappy: The cultural meanings of newspaper reporting on jackpot winners (2007)
- Gambling across cultures: Mapping worldwide occurrence and learning from ethnographic comparison (2005)
So if you normally don’t have access to the articles in International Gambling Studies, take the opportunity now in February to read or download.