Football Gambling Behavior of Undergraduate Students: The Cass Study of an Institution in Khon Kaen Province
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The purpose of this study is to study the behaviors of undergraduate students in an institution in Khon Kaen province. The results showed that students began to gamble since they were at the secondary school. The causes of football gambling were not only from their desire to cheer up their favorite teams for enjoyment but also they wanted to gain more money that was highlighted as a main factor. This was because they would like to pay for their night life places or to luxurious dotain and expensive items. The main effect of the football gambling was financial problem which linked to endless problems such as stress and depression from losing the gambling, pressure from paying back the debt, having some mental problems and being afraid of being demanded to pay of a debt. Moreover, there were some problems on the relationship among friends because they skipped the classes and some might give up their study due to a huge amount of debt.
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