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Other research projects and literature
*University of Helsinki Centre for Research on Addiction, Control and Governance, research “Online marketing of alcohol”. Click here for more information.
*University of Amsterdam, research “Alcohol and Social Networking Sites”. Click here for more information.
*Addiction Switzerland, research online alcohol marketing. Click here for more information. Previous, Addiction Switzerland conducted a research project into advertising and promotion of tobacco products (including websites and social network sites).
*Book titled : Introduction to youth drinking cultures in a digital world; written by : Antonia C. Lyons, Tim Mccreanoor, Ian Goodwin and Helen Moewaka Barner; Editor: Routledge 2017;
Chapter 1: Neoliberalism, alcohol and identity; A symptomatic reading of young people’s drinking cultures in a digital world; Ian Goodwin and Christine Griffin
Chapter 2: Social locations; Class, gender and young people’s alcohol consumption in a digital world; Lin Bailey and Christine Griffin
Other chapters: please contact: email@example.com