Talk about Vegas, Casinos & Parenting


Mar. 28, 2013,
3:30pm to 4:30pm

Campus Location

Office/Remote Location

Special Collections Reading Room, 3rd floor


Please join the Center for Gaming Research for their March Gaming Research Colloquium talk by fellow Diana Tracy Cohen entitled, “Advertising Parenting in Las Vegas: An Analysis of Time and Space.”

Cohen currently serves as an assistant professor of political science at Central Connecticut State University.  A scholar with interdisciplinary interests, she conducts research in the areas of Internet and media politics, campaigns and elections, sports, family, and gender.  She is currently working on a book project that examines a population that she calls Iron Dads, men who balance work, family and endurance sports.  Diana is an avid endurance athlete herself.  She competes in numerous triathlons and marathons every year.

Admission Information

This event is free and open to the public. 
Those interested in advertising, gender studies, and family-friendly Las Vegas are encouraged to attend.

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Center for Gaming Research