The Regulation of Alcohol Marketing: From Research to Public Health Policy

Posted on January 10, 2017 in Africa, Africa, Africa, Africa

Key findings from the collection of peer-reviewed manuscripts include: 1) Exposure to alcohol marketing is associated with youth alcohol consumption 2) Analysis of alcohol promotion during the 2014 FIFA World Cup indicates alcohol marketing practices frequently appeared to breach industry voluntary codes of practice’ 3) Alcohol industry self-regulatory codes do not sufficiently protect children and adolescents from exposure to alcohol promotions, especially through social media.
The Addiction supplement comprises 14 papers, with research presented from around the world…

Addiction Journal, alcohol marketing, Alcohol Policy, BigAlcoholExposed, Evidence, Jernigan, News, Report, Self-Regulation, Tom Babor
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