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Highlights from the Digital Library of the Caribbean www.dloc.com 2004 2009

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Current Partners

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CARIFESTA Publications

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Materials from the Archives Nationales d'Hati

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Film Posters from the University of Florida

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Aruba Esso News

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Various covers from the Jamaica Journal

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Jamaica Journal, 1968

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Articles from the Jamaica Journal, 1970

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Articles from the Jamaica Journal

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Articles from the Jamaica Journal

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Jamaica Journal, 2007

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Publications from the Caribbean Studies Association

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Publications from the Caribbean Studies Association

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Items from the College of the Bahamas Collection

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Postcards from the Belize National Library Collection

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Cdigo Civil de Mjico

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Photographs from Haiti

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Items from the Fundacin Global Democracia y Desarollo Collection

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Digital Library of the Caribbean www.dloc.com


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Women's Studies
University of Maryland Colege Park


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Havana Cuba


WOMEN:
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CASINO GAMBLING: THE ECONOMICS AND THE SOCIOLOGY


S. B. JONES-HENDRICKSON*
Professor of Economics
University of the Virgin Islands
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W5MEtN FACTORY WORKERS AND TRADE UNIONS:
A JAMICAN CASE


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Netherlands Amnilles, May 28-June 2, 2001


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Assistant Professor of
Anthropology
Bowdoin College


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Conference, May 1981. St. Thomas, Virgin Islands.


ABSTRACT.

This paper is essentially a methodological analysis of the underpinnings of casino
gambling or casino gaming from the perspective of the Economics and the Sociology
involved It is a thought piece for those who have the desire to play the game. It is
designed to highlight some methodological issues at time in the region when the region
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presented, also, because local consumption ofcasino gaming is widespread, On the
whole, casinos are designed to attract tourists, Casinos are linked with hotel building. But
only some of these features are real Many of the patrons of casinos in the region are
locals And the many hotels that should come with the casinos do not materialize


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