Briefing paper that summarises and discusses further the findings from a recent publication on alcohol-related mortality in deprived UK cities.
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Paper on the debate of a minimum price for alcohol.
Guidelines on sensible drinking behaviour.
This report presents findings of a mixed-method study exploring how alcohol is represented in media consumed by young people, young people’s own interpretations of these representations, and the influence of the media and celebrities on young people’s attitudes to alcohol and their alcohol consumption. It also examines the views of media professionals on the production of alcohol-related content, the potential influence of the media on young consumers, and the role of the media in health promotion. Report published by the Joseph Rowntree foundation in September 2011.
This report investigates the onset and development of drinking behaviours within teenage friendship groups.
Using social network data from the Belfast Youth Development Study, the study identified and sampled eight relatively stable friendship groups covering a mix of social class, gender and type of education. Report published by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation in February 2011. Summary of report also available.