Master of Science (MS)
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An assessment of lodging/gaming properties responsiveness to the requirements of Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act examines three Las Vegas lodging gaming/properties in detail. The assessment is made though the use of varying methodologies that generated (1) the organizational policies for responding to the intent of the law and (2) the physical ability of the properties to comply with the law. In addition, the opinions of disabled persons who are current users of Las Vegas' lodging/gaming industry. The assessment allows the industry to better its ability to understand and serve the needs of persons with disabilities.
Act; Americans; Assessment; Disabilities; Gaming; Lodging; Properties; Requirements; Responsiveness; Title
Management; Public policy; Recreation; Public administration
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
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Elgin, Bradley Jay, "An assessment of lodging/gaming properties' responsiveness to the requirements of Title Ii of the Americans with Disabilities Act" (1996). UNLV Retrospective Theses & Dissertations. 3154.