2019-2020 Catalog

NASD371 Tribal Gaming

Tribal Gaming investigates the social and political context of American Indian tribal gaming, political relationships between federal and tribal governments, contemporary examples of tribal gaming, sociocultural and economic forces leading to gaming as strategy for economic development, and responses by non-Indian communities to tribal gaming. Students will become familiar with the legal and regulatory structure of tribal gaming including Federal Indian Gaming Regulatory Act and the state compacting process. An overview of the social and historic place of gambling in revenue generation (both state and tribal) as well as the potential political consequences of particular public policy actions will be discussed.

Credits

3

Offered

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