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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

The Effect of Tobacco and Alcohol Portrayals in Film

shared by Fusion360-2 on Dec 02
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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