Researchers at Sheffield Hallam University are interested in visual representations of gambling problems and are looking for participants for their study. Participation is voluntary and images are submitted anonymously. Here is what the research team say about the project:
What is this research about?
This research aims to visually document the lives of problem gamblers and those surrounding them; to allow participants to use images to express their experiences, feelings and perceptions of problem gambling and to explore the meaning of these images.
Who can take part?
Anyone who considers themselves affected by problem gambling: problem gamblers, family members, friends & other loved ones.
What will I be asked to do?
Take, find or create images that visually represent your experiences, feelings and / or perceptions of problem gambling. You can also include a title or brief description of your image.
Participation is completely voluntary and images are submitted anonymously via the link below.
We are also interested in interviewing people about their photos/images.
To take part go to:
or contact the research team for further information
Research team: Dr Jaime Waters, Dr James Banks, Dr Catrin Andersson, Jessica Jowers
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 0114 225 5389
All the best,