Gaming industry, social responsibility and academia

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Griffiths, MD ; Wood, RTA ; Parke, J ; Parke, A (2007)
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This article briefly looks at some of the ways that academics – and more specifically the International Gaming Research Unit (IGRU) – have been helping the gaming industry and related stakeholders in terms of social responsibility. The IGRU is a team of experienced gami... View more
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