'They look like my kind of people'--perceptions of smoking images in youth magazines.

@article{Macfadyen2003TheyLL,
  title={'They look like my kind of people'--perceptions of smoking images in youth magazines.},
  author={L. Macfadyen and A. Amos and G. Hastings and E. Parkes},
  journal={Social science \& medicine},
  year={2003},
  volume={56 3},
  pages={
          491-9
        }
}
Ten years ago research showed that pro-smoking images were prevalent in British youth magazines, whereas there was little coverage of smoking and health. Since then there has been a great expansion in the number of youth magazines, and particularly those aimed at young men. Titles such as FHM and Loaded, which did not exist at the time of the previous research, are now market leaders. New qualitative and quantitative research has therefore been conducted to examine the prevalence and impact of… Expand
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