The European Journal of Public Health, Vol. 27, No. 4, 699–704 The Author 2017. Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the European Public Health Association. All rights reserved. doi:10.1093/eurpub/ckw263 Advance Access published on 16 February 2017 …………………………………………………………………………………………… The effectiveness of current French health warnings displayed on alcohol advertisements and alcoholic beverages Gloria Dossou Read More →

Authors: N. Maani Hessari & M. Petticrew Title: What does the alcohol industry mean by ‘Responsible drinking’? A comparative analysis Journal: J Public Health (Oxf) 1-8, 7 April 2017, Abstract: Background: The alcohol industry uses responsible drinking messaging as a central element of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities. It has been argued that such messaging is vague, and Read More →

Authors: M. Petticrew, N. Douglas, P. D’Souza, Y.M. Shi, M.A. Durand, C. Knai, E. Eastmure, N. Mays Title: Community Alcohol Partnerships with the alcohol industry: what is their purpose and are they effective in reducing alcohol harms? Journal: Journal of Public Health, pp. 1–16, doi:10.1093/pubmed/fdw139 Abstract: Background:  Local initiatives to reduce alcohol harms are common. One Read More →

Authors: Thomas F. Babor, Katherine Robaina, Jonathan K. Noel, E. Bruce Ritson Title: Vulnerability to alcohol-related problems: a policy brief with implications for the regulation of alcohol marketing Journal: Addiction, 2016, 10.1111/add.13626 Abstract: Background and aims: The concern that alcohol advertising can have detrimental effects on vulnerable viewers has prompted the development of codes of responsible advertising practices. Read More →

Authors: Jonathan K. Noel, Thomas F. Babor, Katherine Robaina, Melissa Feulner, Alan Vendrame, Maristela Monteiro Title: Alcohol marketing in the Americas and Spain during the 2014 FIFA World Cup Tournament Journal: Addiction, 2016, 10.1111/add.13487 Abstract: Aims: To identify the nature of visual alcohol references in alcohol advertisements during televised broadcasts of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Tournament matches Read More →

Authors: Jonathan K. Noel & Thomas F. Babor Title: Does industry self-regulation protect young people from exposure to alcohol marketing? A review of compliance and complaint studies Journal: Addiction, 2016, 10.1111/add.13432 Abstract: Background and aims: Exposure to alcohol marketing is considered to be potentially harmful to adolescents. In addition to statutory regulation, industry self-regulation is a common way Read More →

Authors: Jonathan K. Noel, Thomas F. Babor, Katherine Robaina Title: Industry self-regulation of alcohol marketing: a systematic review of content and exposure research Journal: Addiction, 2016, 10.1111/add.13410 Abstract: Background and aims: With governments relying increasingly upon the alcohol industry’s self-regulated marketing codes to restrict alcohol marketing activity, there is a need to summarize the findings of research relevant to Read More →

Authors: Jonathan Noel, Zita Lazzarini, Kate Robaina & Alan Vendrame Title: Alcohol Industry Self-Regulation: Who is it really protecting? Journal: Addiction, 2016, 10.1111/add.13433 Abstract: Self-regulation has been promoted by the alcohol industry as a sufficient means of regulating alcohol marketing activities. However, evidence suggests that the guidelines of self-regulated alcohol marketing codes are routinely violated, resulting in excessive Read More →

Author: Barry AE, Johnson E, Rabre A, Darville G, Donovan KM, Efunbumi O. Title: Underage access to online alcohol marketing content: a YouTube case study Journal: Alcohol and Alcoholism. 2014;ePub(ePub):ePub-ePub. Abstract Aims: With the proliferation of the Internet and online social media use, alcohol advertisers are now marketing their products through social media sites such as YouTube, Facebook Read More →

Author: Thomas F. Babor, Ziming Xuan, Donna Damon, and Jonathan Noel Title: An Empirical Evaluation of the US Beer Institute’s Self-Regulation Code Governing the Content of Beer Advertising Journal: American Journal of Public Health: October 2013, Vol. 103, No. 10, pp. e45-e51. Abstract Objectives: We evaluated advertising code violations using the US Beer Institute guidelines for responsible advertising. Methods: We Read More →