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19 June 2012 Media Release, Archives, University of Otago ...

... Alcohol use common in TV music videos. Tuesday, 19 June 2012. Dr Fiona
Imlach Gunasekara. ... “The portrayal of alcohol in music videos shown in ... - 34k

Violence imagery in music videos sparks call for tougher ...

... a third of music videos screened on a popular New Zealand music channel
contained ... The videos that contained alcohol references were ... - 32k

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Music videos on television commonly portray alcohol: A ...

... Working with music industry and musicians • Alcohol in music videos
another form of advertising – much more work to be done - 9k

Portrayal of Violence, Weapons, Antisocial Behaviour and ...

... video content. For example, investigating the sponsorship of music festivals
by alcohol companies and alcohol product placement in music videos ... - 77k

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19 June 2012 Media Release, Archives, University of Otago ...

... Search. Home; Departments; Public Health; News; Archives. Alcohol use
common in TV music videos. Pacific at Otago. 10:53am. - 30k

Kate Sloane, Department of Public Health, Our People ...

... A content analysis of the portrayal of alcohol in televised music videos in New
Zealand: Changes over time. Drug & Alcohol Review, 32(1), 47-52. ... - 48k

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