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The Effect of Tobacco and Alcohol Portrayals in Film

ТОВАССО &ALCOHOL in film SA R-rated films featuring alcohol use have decreased by 20% over the last few years. PG-13 films with alcohol use and reference have increased proportionally, exposinga younger audience -&- Depsite the prevalence of films that portray alcohol in a positive light, studies have shown that audiences respond better to negative alcohol protrayals Up to Since 1996, 60% tobacco use of films in films has marketed to adolescents decreased In 1999, the average Almost 1/3 of film gave over a minute of by 7% each year contain films feature alcohol use screen time to tobacco use tobacco use In a German study, 10% of children who watched Children who regularly see alcohol on TV are 34% more likely to drink while underage alcohol-cintric films began binge drinking MIRAMAR GETTING WEL AING WELL http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2746499/

The Effect of Tobacco and Alcohol Portrayals in Film

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Parents often wonder how much their children’s media consumption affects their behavior. The answer might not be what they want to hear. It turns out that media consumption plays a large part in sha...

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