Context: In 2012 an inventory of >3500 industry actions was compiled by alcohol industry bodies in support of the Global strategy to reduce the harmful use of alcohol, adopted by WHO in 2010. Objectives: This study critically evaluated a sample of these corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities conducted in Europe. Methods: A content analysis was Read More →

Link to the report:   Key findings *Drinking venues posted on social media more frequently than alcohol brands during the research period *18-15 year olds were more likely to follow venues on social media than brands *Venue-level social media was used to both plan and document drinking occasions *Venue-level content included cheap offers, promotional events, Read More →

Chambers, T. J. (2018). The extent and nature of children’s real-time exposure to alcohol marketing using wearable cameras and GPS devices (Thesis, Doctor of Philosophy). University of Otago. Retrieved from Alcohol places substantial financial, physical, social and psychological burdens on society. There is mounting evidence that childhood exposure to alcohol marketing increases the likelihood Read More →