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Effectiveness of Alcohol Advertising Control Policies and Implications for Public Health Practice

@inproceedings{HeipelFortin2007EffectivenessOA,
  title={Effectiveness of Alcohol Advertising Control Policies and Implications for Public Health Practice},
  author={Rebecca B. Heipel-Fortin and Benjamin Rempel},
  year={2007}
}
  • Rebecca B. Heipel-Fortin, Benjamin Rempel
  • Published 2007
  • Political Science
  • Background: The social and health consequences related to alcohol consumption and binge drinking, are on the rise among Canadian youth. Alcohol advertising is a significant factor that influences adolescent alco hol consumption, risky drinking, and alcohol-related illness and injury. In 1997, the Canadian federal gov ernment relaxed the process to approve alcohol advertisements. This change took away key deterrents that guarded against potentially irresponsible alcohol advertising. Purpose: To… CONTINUE READING
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