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Creating intoxigenic environments: Marketing alcohol to young people in Aotearoa New Zealand
Alcohol consumption among young people in New Zealand is on the rise. Given the broad array of acute and chronic harms that arise from this trend, it is a major cause for alarm and it is imperative that we improve our ...
Youth identity formation and contemporary alcohol marketing
(Taylor and Francis, 2005-09)
This paper considers linkages between contemporary marketing theory and practice, and emerging conceptualizations of identity, to discuss implications for public health concerns over alcohol use among young people. Particular ...
Maori family culture: a context of youth development in Counties/Manukau
(Royal Society of New Zealand, 2007)
This paper reports on a study designed to bring the voices of young people directly into the social science literature on environmental influences on wellbeing. We analyse accounts from young Maori about their families and ...
Consuming identities: alcohol marketing and the commodification of youth experience
(Informa Healthcare, 2005-12)
Marketing has successfully used the postmodern turn in conceptualisations of the human subject and incorporated contemporary theorising of identities and self into its understanding of the key drivers of consumption. Such ...
Towards promoting youth mental health in Aotearoa/New Zealand: Holistic "houses" of health
(Clifford Beers Foundation, 2002-05)
A study of the literature on mental health promotion suggests that to a far greater extent than ‘physical’ health concerns, mental health seems to be dominated by the illness focus of established clinical perspectives and ...