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THE ANNALS 10.1177/0002716204270435 DIGITAL GAMBLING OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY XXX January Drawing on ethnographic research conducted in Las Vegas among game developers and machine gamblers, I correlate a set of digitally enhanced game features with phenomenological

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Universal Design, learns that Wallace, a shrewd salesperson with an unscrupulous attitude, has close relationships with several Universal Design customers. Carter also knows that Wallace has excessive gambling habits, due in part to his strong desire for personal gain. Carter has sufficient predication to:

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