"This is [Tepperman's] third book on the subject, and the most comprehensive. It is a huge topic, and Tepperman and his co-author, Kristy Wanner, tackle many facets of it in some detail." --Winnipeg Free Press
"Problem Gambling in Canada gives a solid grounding on the subject with copious studies and statistics...provides a very thorough treatment of the prevalence of gambling." --The Interim
About the Author
Lorne Tepperman is a professor of sociology at University of Toronto. He is the author of Betting Their Lives: The Close Relations of Problem Gamblers (OUP, 2008), as well as many books on sociology in Canada. Kristy Wanner is originally from Toronto. She recently finished her Ph.D. at University of Missouri and developed a nationally recognized gambling prevention program for university campuses.