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Abstract Background The effect of alcohol portrayals and advertising on the drinking behaviour of young people is a matter of much debate. We evaluated the relationship between exposure to alcohol advertising, marketing and portrayal on subsequent drinking behaviour in young people by systematic review of cohort longitudinal studies.
Methods studies were identified in October by searches of electronic databases, with no date restriction, supplemented with hand searches of reference lists of retrieved articles.
Cohort studies that evaluated exposure to advertising or marketing or alcohol portrayals and drinking at baseline and assessed drinking behaviour at follow-up in young people were selected and reviewed. Results seven cohort studies that followed up more than 13, young people aged 10 to 26 years old were reviewed.
The studies evaluated a range of different alcohol advertisement and marketing exposures including print and broadcast media. Two studies measured the hours of TV and music video viewing.
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All measured drinking behaviour using a variety of outcome measures. Two studies evaluated drinkers and non-drinkers separately. Baseline non-drinkers were significantly more likely to have become a drinker at follow-up with greater exposure to alcohol advertisements.
There was little difference in drinking frequency at follow-up in baseline drinkers.
In studies that included drinkers and non-drinkers, increased exposure at baseline led to significant increased risk of drinking at follow-up. The strength of the relationship varied between studies but effect sizes were generally modest. All studies controlled for age and gender, however potential confounding factors adjusted for in analyses varied from study to study.
Important risk factors such as peer drinking and parental attitudes and behaviour were not adequately accounted for in some studies. Conclusion data from prospective cohort studies suggest there is an association between exposure to alcohol advertising or promotional activity and subsequent alcohol consumption in young people.
Inferences about the modest effect sizes found are limited by the potential influence of residual or unmeasured confounding. Background The influence of alcohol marketing and advertising on the drinking behaviour of young people is a matter of much debate, mostly focused on the question of whether advertising increases consumption and risky drinking by young people.
On the one hand the International Center for Alcohol Policy ICAP reported in to a World Health Organisation WHO meeting [ 1 ] that there is no compelling evidence of an association between advertising and drinking patterns or rates of abuse among young people, noting that: Yet it should be acknowledged that young people are inevitably exposed to beverage alcohol advertising, as they are to advertising for any other consumer product.
They are aware of it, and are able to identify and distinguish between alcohol brands, just as they are able to discern brands of other consumer goods.
However, the evidence does not support the notion that such awareness increases consumption by young people. Alongside this, macro-level analyses comparing advertising coverage with drinking consumption has been used to provide a rationale for imposing limits on alcohol advertising.
One study, drawing on data from Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development OECD countries, reported that total expenditure on alcohol advertising is linked to higher consumption and argued that advertising bans could result in significant reductions in consumption [ 7 ].
Similarly, an economic analysis in the United States assessed the effects of alcohol advertising on youth drinking behaviours by comparing federally reported levels of youth drinking with detailed reports on alcohol advertising in local markets during the same years.
Correspondingly, in the United States the Institute of Medicine has called for stronger regulation of alcohol marketing [ 9 ].Request PDF on ResearchGate | Impact of radio advertisements on buying behaviour of urban commuters | This paper has been developed out of the research project conducted by Rajagopal, Professor of.
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The impact of radio advertisements on the store choice and buying preferences are analyzed based on empirical investigation.
Design/methodology/approach – This study is based on the empirical investigation of urban commuters who acquire information on sales promotion by listening radio advertisements during travel time.
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