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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 ...
Evaluation of community level interventions to address social and structural determinants of health: a cluster randomised controlled trial
(BioMed Central, 2009-06-28)
Background: In London and the rest of the UK, diseases associated with poor diet, inadequate physical activity and mental illness account for a large proportion of area based health inequality. There is a lack of evidence ...
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 ...
Media, racism and public health psychology
A growing literature has established that racism contributes to ill-health of migrants, minority group members and indigenous peoples. Racial discrimination has been shown to act at personal, institutional and societal ...