Authors: Sandra C. Jones and Christopher A. Magee Title: Exposure to Alcohol Advertising and Alcohol Consumption among Australian Adolescents Journal: Alcohol and Alcoholism Vol. 46, No. 5, pp. 630–637, 2011 Abstract Aims: Underage drinking is a major problem in Australia and may be influenced by exposure to alcohol advertising. The objective of the present study was to collect data on Read More →

Authors: Jennifer A. Epstein Title: Adolescent computer use and alcohol use: What are the role of quantity and content of computer use? Journal: Addictive Behaviors 36 (2011) 520–522 Abstract The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between computer use and alcohol use among adolescents. In particular, the goal of the research was to determine the role of Read More →

Authors: Ross Gordon, Fiona Harris, Anne Marie Mackintosh, Crawford Moodie Title: Assessing the cumulative impact of alcohol marketing on young people’s drinking: Cross-sectional data findings Journal: Addiction Research & Theory, 2011, Vol. 19, No. 1 : Pages 66-75 Abstract As alcohol marketing remains a highly debated and politically charged issue, we examine the cumulative impact of alcohol marketing on alcohol Read More →

Authors:En-Yi Lin, Sally Caswell, Ru Quan You, Taisia Huckle Title: Engagement with alcohol marketing and early brand allegiance in relation to early years of drinking Journal: Addiction Research & Theory Abstract Background: This study aimed to examine the relationship between measures of awareness to marketing and drinking among a sample of young people in New Zealand. The sample Read More →

Authors: Peter Anderson Title: The Impact of Alcohol Advertising: ELSA project report on the evidence to strengthen regulation to protect young people. Organization: the National Foundation for Alcohol Prevention, the Netherlands and the ELSA project 2005-2007.  A full text pdf of this report is available here Summary and conclusions: Beverage alcohol, although a ubiquitous toxin, is a widely marketed Read More →