Alkoholpolitik und Volksgesundheit

Attitudes as Mediators of the Longitudinal Association Between Alcohol Advertising and Youth Drinking

Samstag 9. Juli 2011 von htm

Objective: To test the hypothesis that changes in alcohol-related attitudes and expectancies mediate the effect of alcohol advertising on youth drinking. Design: Longitudinal survey with a 9-month interval. Setting: Twenty-nine public schools in 3 German states….
Results A total of 581 of the students (28%) started to drink alcohol during the observation period. Alcohol use initiation was positively related to baseline alcohol advertisement exposure. This effect of alcohol advertisement exposure on alcohol use was partially mediated by a change in alcohol-related attitudes, which explained about 35% of the total effect after controlling for baseline covariates and exposure to other advertising contents. The analysis revealed similar results for binge-drinking initiation. … (Source: Alcohol Reports, 07/07/11) archpedi.ama-assn.org, July 2011

Be Sociable, Share!

Dieser Beitrag wurde erstellt am Samstag 9. Juli 2011 um 12:49 und abgelegt unter Advertising, Allgemein, Children, consumption, Global, Research, Youth. Kommentare zu diesen Eintrag im RSS 2.0 Feed. Die Kommentare sind derzeit geschlossen, aber sie können einen Trackback auf Ihrer Seite einrichten.

Kommentare sind geschlossen.

Powered by Gb-rugs.com - Rugs & Carpets

Get Adobe Flash player