Drinking in New Zealand and Alcohol Policy

Wall, M., Casswell, C., & Yeh, L.-C. (2017). Purchases by heavier drinking young people concentrated in lower priced beverages – implications for policy. Drug and Alcohol Review, published online 14 March, doi: 10.1111/dar.12495 [Abstract]. A403

Casswell, S., Callinan, S., Chaiyasong, S., Pham V, C., Kazantseva, E., Bayandorj, T., Huckle, T., Parker, K., Railton, R., & Wall, M. (2016). How the alcohol industry relies on harmful use of alcohol and works to protect its profits. Drug and Alcohol Review, published online 27 OCT. doi: 10.1111/dar.12460 [Abstract]. A393

«Collin, J., & Casswell, S. (2016). Comment: Re-thinking policy implications of the SDGs Lancet, 387, 2582–2583. doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(16)30827-3. A382

«Casswell, S., Huckle, T., Wall, M., & Parker, K. (2016). Policy relevant behaviours mediate the relationship between socio-economic status and alcohol consumption – analysis from the International Alcohol Control (IAC) study. Alcoholism Clinical and Experimental Research, 40(2), 385-392 [Abstract]. A375

«Gruenewald, P., Treno, A., Ponicki, W., Huckle, T., Yeh, L.-C., & Casswell, S. (2015). Impacts of New Zealand's lowered minimum purchase age on context-specific drinking and related risks. Addiction, Article first published online: 4 AUG 2015 | DOI: 10.1111/add.13034. A365

«Casswell, S. (2014). Profits or People? The Informative Case of Alcohol Marketing [Viewpoint Article].  New Zealand Medical Journal 127 (1406), 87-92. A398

«Huckle, T., & Parker, K. (2014). The lowering of the minimum purchase age in New Zealand is associated with a long term impact on alcohol-involved crashes. American Journal of Public Health, Published online ahead of print April 17, e1–e5. A345

«Bendtsen, P., Damsgaard, M., Huckle, T., Casswell, S., Kuntsche, E., Arnold, P., de Looze, M., Hofmann, F., Hublet, A., Simons-Morton, B., ter Bogt, T., & Holstein, B. (2014). Adolescent alcohol use: a reflection of national drinking patterns and policy? Addiction, Published Online 5 August, doi: 10.1111/add.12681. A344

«Casswell, S., Huckle, T., Wall, M., & Yeh, L.-C. (2014). International Alcohol Control study: pricing data and hours of purchase predict heavier drinking. Alcoholism Clinical and Experimental Research, Published Online : 3 Mar, doi: 10.1111/acer.12359. A334

«Casswell, S. (2013). Vested interests in addiction research and policy. Why do we not see the corporate interests of the alcohol industry as clearly as we see those of the tobacco industry? Addiction, 108(4), 680-685. A319

«Moodie, R., Stuckler, D., Monteiro, C., Sheron, N., Neal, B., Thamarangsi, T., Lincoln, P., & Casswell, S., on behalf of the Lancet Non-Communicable Disease Action Group. (2013). Profits and pandemics: prevention of harmful effects of tobacco, alcohol, and ultra-processed food and drink industries. Lancet, 381(9867), 670-679. doi:610.1016/S0140-6736(1012)62089-62083. A316

«Vinther-Larsen, M., Huckle, T., You, R. Q., & Casswell, S. (2013). Area level deprivation and drinking patterns among adolescents. Health & Place, 19, 53-58. A315

«McCreanor, T., Lyons, A., Griffin, C., Goodwin, I., Moewaka Barnes, H., & Hutton, F. (2013). Youth drinking cultures, social networking and alcohol marketing: Implications for public health. Critical Public Health, 23(1), 110-120. A314

«Schelleman-Offermans, K., Knibbe, R., Kuntsche, E., & Casswell, S. (2012). Effects of a Natural Community Intervention Intensifying Alcohol Law Enforcement Combined With a Restrictive Alcohol Policy on Adolescent Alcohol Use. Journal of Adolescent Health, 51(6), 580-587. A313

«Casswell, S., Meier, P., MacKintosh, A., Brown, A., Hastings, G., Thamarangsi, T., Chaiyasong, S., Chun, S., Huckle, T., Wall, M., & You, R.-Q. (2012). The International Alcohol Control (IAC) Study—Evaluating the Impact of Alcohol Policies. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 36(8), 1462-1467. A302

«Casswell, S. (2012). Current Status of Alcohol Marketing Policy – an urgent challenge for global governance. Addiction, 107, 478-485. A295

«Casswell, S. (2012). Why have guidelines at all? A critical perspective. Drug and Alcohol Review, 31(2), 151-152. A290

«Huckle, T., Pledger, M., & Casswell, S. (2012). Increases in typical quantities consumed and alcohol-related problems during a decade of liberalizing alcohol policy. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 73(1), 53-62. A293

«Huckle, T., Casswell, S., & Greenaway, S. (2011). The impact of alcohol-related presentations in the emergency department and the wider policy debate [Editorial]. New Zealand Medical Journal, 124(1336), http://www.nzma.org.nz/journal/124-1336/4713/. A283

«Casswell, S. (2011). Alcohol harm - the urgent need for a global response [Editorial]. Addiction, 106, 1205-1207. A277

«Beaglehole, R., Bonita, R., Horton, R., Adams, A., Alleyne, G., Asaria, P., Baugh, V., Bekedam, H., Billo, N., & Casswell, S., et al. (2011). Priority actions for the non-communicable disease crisis. Lancet, Published online April 6, 2011, DOI:10.1016/S0140-6736(1011)60393-60390. A273

«Huckle, T., You, R. Q., & Casswell, S. (2010). *Increases in quantities consumed in drinking occasions in New Zealand 1995–2004. Drug and Alcohol Review, Early View, Article first published online: 13 JUL 2010, DOI: 10.1111/j.1465-3362.2010.00220.x. A275

«Huckle, T., You, R. Q., & Casswell, S. (2010). Lower socio-economic status predicts drinking patterns but not alcohol-related consequences independently. Addiction, 105(7), 1192-1202. A262

«Casswell, S., & Thamarangsi, T. (2009). Reducing the Harm from Alcohol: call to action. Lancet (Series), 373, 2247-2257. A237

«Casswell, S. (2009). The Alcohol Industry and Alcohol Policy. Addiction, 104(Suppl. 1), 3-5. A229

«Huckle, T., Huakau, J., Sweetsur, P., Huisman, O., & Casswell, S. (2008). Density of alcohol outlets and teenage drinking: living in an alcogenic environment is associated with higher consumption in a metropolitan setting. Addiction, 103, 1614–1621. A222

«Huckle, T., Sweetsur, P., Moyes, S., & Casswell, S. (2008). Ready to drinks are associated with heavier drinking patterns among young females. Drug and Alcohol Review 27, 398-403. A217

«Zhang, J., Casswell, S., & Cai, H. (2008). Increased drinking in a metropolitan city in China: a study of alcohol consumption patterns and changes. Addiction, 103, 416-423. A209

«Hill, L. (2008). The Alcohol Industry. In K. Heggenhougen & S. Quah (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Public Health (Volume 1, pp. 124-135). San Diego: Academic Press. SB46

«Casswell, S. (2008). Alcohol, Integrated Control of. In K. Heggenhougen & S. Quah (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Public Health (Volume 1, pp. 108-112). San Diego: Academic Press. SB45

«Hill, L. (2007). Drinking in Context: Patterns, Interventions, and Partnerships [Book review] Drug and Alcohol Review, 21, 683-684. A211

«Huckle, T., Pledger, M., & Casswell, S. (2006). Trends in alcohol-related harms and offences in a liberalized alcohol environment. Addiction, 101(2), 232-240. A180

«Thamarangsi, T. (2006). Thailand: alcohol today. Addiction, 101, 783-787. A188

«Casswell, S., & Maxwell, A. (2005). Regulation of alcohol marketing: a global view. Journal of Public Health Policy, 26(3), 343-358. A179

«Casswell, S. (2005). ICAP's latest report on alcohol - a flawed process. Addiction, 100, 1069-1070. A177

«Droomers, M., Scrijvers, C., Casswell, S., & Mackenbach, J. (2005). Occupational level of the father and daily smoking during adolescence. American Journal of Public Health, 95(4), 681-688. A176

«Casswell, S., & Maxwell, A. (2005). What works to reduce alcohol-related harm and why aren't the policies more popular? Social Policy Journal of New Zealand, 25, 118-141. A175

«Huakau, J., Asiasiga, L., Ford, M., Pledger, M., Casswell, S., Suaalii-Sauni, T., & Lima, I. (2005). New Zealand Pacific peoples' drinking style: too much or nothing at all? New Zealand Medical Journal, 118(1216), 1491-. A172

«Casswell, S. (2005). TV advertising of alcohol is not in the interests of public health: comments on Ellickson et al. (2005). Addiction, 100, 258-259. A163

«Casswell, S. (2004). Alcohol brands in young peoples' everyday lives: New developments in marketing. Alcohol and Alcoholism, 39(6), 471-476. A162

«Casswell, S. (2004). Industry influences: more case studies needed [Commentary]. Addiction, 99, 1375-1381. A161

«Hill, L., & Casswell, S. (2004). Alcohol advertising and sponsorship: Commercial freedom or control in the public interest? In N. Heather & T. Stockwell (Eds.), The Essential Handbook of Treatment and Prevention of Alcohol Problems (pp. 339-359). Chichester: John Wiley & Sons. SB37

«McPherson, M., Casswell, S., & Pledger, M. (2004). Gender convergence in alcohol consumption and related problems: issues and outcomes from comparisons on New Zealand survey data. Addiction, 99, 738-748. A156

Moewaka Barnes, H., McPherson, M., & Bhatta, K. (2003). Te Ao Waipiro 2000: Maori National Alcohol Survey. Auckland: Te Ropu Whariki and Centre for Social and Health Outcomes Research and Evaluation, Massey University.

«Wilkins, C., Casswell, S., & Moewaka Barnes, H. (2003). A pilot study of a Computer-Assisted Cell-phone Interview (CACI) methodology to survey respondents in households without telephones about alcohol use. Drug & Alcohol Review, 22, 221-225. A151

«Droomers, M., Schrijvers, C., Casswell, S., & Mackenbach, J. (2003). Occupational level of the father and alcohol consumption during adolescence; patterns and predictors. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 57, 704-710. A153

«Casswell, S., Pledger, M., & Hooper, R. (2003). Socio-economic status and drinking patterns in young adults. Addiction, 98, 601-610. A146

«Casswell, S., Pledger, M., & Pratap, S. (2002). Trajectories of drinking from 18 to 26: identification and prediction. Addiction, 97, 1427-1437. A141

«Casswell, S., Huckle, T., & Pledger, M. (2002). Survey data need not underestimate alcohol consumption. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 26, 1561-1567. A140

«Hill, L., & Casswell, S. (2001). Alcohol Advertising and Sponsorship: Commercial Freedom or Control in the Public Interest. In N. Heather, T. Peters & T. Stockwell (Eds.), International Handbook of Alcohol Dependence and Problems (pp. 825-845). Chichester: John Wiley & Sons Ltd. B34

Habgood, R., Casswell, C., Pledger, M., & Bhatta, K. (2001). Drinking in New Zealand: National Surveys Comparison1995 & 2000. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Reserach Unit. C20

Casswell, S., & Bhatta, K. (2001). A Decade of Drinking: Ten-year Trends in Drinking Patterns in Auckland, New Zealand, 1990-1999. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. C19

«Wyllie, A., Zhang, J., Casswell, S. (2000) Risk functions for frequency of alcohol-related negative consequences: New Zealand survey data. Addiction, 95, 1821-1832. A127.

«Hill, L., & Casswell, S. (2000). Alcohol advertising and sponsorship. Commercial Communications.The Journal of Advertising and Marketing Policy and Practice in the European Community, 24, 6-11. A126

Hill, L. (2000). The alcohol scene in New Zealand. The Globe, 1, 6-7. A119

«McCreanor, T. (1999). Drinking patterns and their consequences M.Grant & J. Litvac (eds) 1998 [review]. Addiction, 94, 1584-1585. A118

«Casswell, S. (2000). Science and Policy Advocacy. In A. Varley (Ed.), Towards a Global Alcohol Policy: Proceedings of the Global Alcohol Policy Advocacy Conference, Syracuse. B33

«McCreanor, T., Casswell, S., & Hill, L. (2000). ICAP and the perils of partnership [Editorial]. Addiction, 95(2), 179-185. A116

«McCreanor, T., Casswell, S., & Hill, L. (2000). Perilous partnerships: a reply. Addiction, 95(2), 196-198. A115

«Zhang, J., & Casswell, S. (1999). The effects of real price and a change in the distribution system on alcohol consumption. Drug and Alcohol Review, 18, 371-378. A112

«Hill, L., & Stewart, L. (1998). ‘Responsive regulation’ theory and the Sale of Liquor Act. Social Policy Journal of New Zealand, 11, 49-65. A108

Hill, L. (1998). Liquor Act threatened with fatal flaw. NZ Local Government, December, 14-15, 17. A107

Hill, L. (1998). Alcohol abuse: Responsible regulation and the drinking age. NZ Pharmacy, December, 13-15. A106

Hill, L. (1998). From ‘6 o’clock swill’ to 24 hour trading? Liberalisation and control of liquor licensing hours in New Zealand. Alcohol Alert, 2, 15-17. A103

Hill, L., & Stewart, L. (1998). ‘Responsive regulation’ and liquor licensing in New Zealand. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D151

«Casswell, S., & Zhang, J. (1998). Impact of liking for advertising and brand allegiance on drinking and alcohol-related aggression: A longitudinal study. Addiction, 93, 1209-1217. A99

Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. (1998). Trends in Drinking Patterns in Auckland 1990-1996: A Brief Report. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. C14

«Stewart, L. (1997). Alcohol Dependence. In P. Ellis & S. Collings (Eds.), Mental Health in New Zealand from a Public Health Perspective: Public Health Report No. 3. Wellington: Ministry of Health. B24

Dacey, B. (1997). Te Ao Waipiro: Maori and Alcohol in 1995. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. C13

«Casswell, S., & Zhang, J. (1997). Access to alcohol from licensed premises during adolescence: A longitudinal study. Addiction, 92(6), 737-745. A87

Hill, L. (1997). Regulating the Sale of Liquor: International Perspectives. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit.

«Casswell, S. (1997). How do we respond to recreational drug use in the Southern Hemisphere? [Editorial]. Drug and Alcohol Review, 16, 381-382. A92

«Stewart, L. (1997). Approaches to preventing alcohol-related problems: The experience of New Zealand and Australia. Drug & Alcohol Review, 16, 391-399. A91

«Casswell, S. (1997). Public discourse on alcohol. Health Promotion International, 12, 251-257. A89

«Casswell, S. (1997). Population level policies on alcohol: Are they still appropriate given that 'alcohol is good for the heart'? Addiction, 92(Supplement 1), S81-S90. A82

«Edwards, G., Anderson, P., Babor, T., & Casswell, S., et al. (1996). A good public debate. Addiction, 91, 477-481. A97

«Casswell, S. (1996). Drinking guidelines offer little over and above the much needed public health policies [Commentary]. Addiction, 91, 26-28. A77

«Hill, L., & Stewart, L. (1996). The Sale of Liquor Act, 1989: reviewing regulatory practices. Social Policy Journal of New Zealand, 7, 174-190. A81

Hill, L. (1996). The Sale of Liquor Act 1989: Local Perspectives: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D121

Wyllie, A., Millard, M., & Zhang, H. (1996). Drinking in New Zealand: A National Survey 1995. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. C12

«Casswell, S. (1996). Alcohol use: Growing up and learning about drinking: Children in Dunedin in the 1980s. In P. Silva & W. Stanton (Eds.), From Child to Adult: Oxford University Press. B22

«Casswell, S. (1995). Why it is helpful to know the funding source.  Commentary on: Playing Fair: Science, Ethics and Scientific Journals. Addiction, 90, 1317-1318. A72

«Casswell, S. (1995). Public discourse on alcohol: implications for public policy. In H. Holder & G. Edwards (Eds.), Alcohol and Public Policy: Evidence and Issues. Oxford: Oxford University Press. B21

«Casswell, S. (1994). Moderate drinking and population based alcohol policy. Contemporary Drug Problems, 21, 287-299. A71

«Casswell, S. (1995). Why it is helpful to know the funding source.  Commentary on: Playing Fair: Science, Ethics and Scientific Journals. Addiction, 90, 1317-1318. A72

«Casswell, S. (1994). Funny Insights [letter]. Addiction, 89, 762. A66

«Connolly, G., Casswell, S., Zhang, J., & Silva, P. (1994). Alcohol in the mass media and drinking by adolescents: A longitudinal study. Addiction, 89, 1255-1263. A69

«Casswell, S. (1995). Public discourse on alcohol: implications for public policy. In H. Holder & G. Edwards (Eds.), Alcohol and Public Policy: Evidence and Issues. Oxford: Oxford University Press. B21

«Edwards, G., Anderson, P., Babor, T., & Casswell, S., et al. (1994). Alcohol Policy and the Public Good. Oxford: Oxford University Press. B19

«Casswell, S. (1994). Alcohol-related problems. In J. Spicer, A. Trlin & J. Walton (Eds.), Social dimensions of health and disease: New Zealand perspectives. Palmerston North: Dunmore Press. B18

«Wyllie, A., Holibar, F., Jakob-Hoff, M., & Casswell, S. (1993). A qualitative investigation of the introduction of wine in New Zealand grocery outlets. Contemporary Drug Problems, 20, 33-49. A64

«Wyllie, A., Zhang, J., & Casswell, S. (1994). Comparison of six alcohol consumption measures from survey data. Addiction, 89, 425-430. A63

« Casswell, S. (1993). Social and Cultural Alcohol Research in a Free Market Economy. Kettil Bruun Society for Social and Epidemiologcal Research on Alcohol, 16, 29-35. A62

«Casswell, S., Zhang, J., & Wyllie, A. (1993). The importance of amount and location of drinking for the experience of alcohol related problems. Addiction, 88, 1527-1534. A60

Connolly, G., Casswell, S., Silva, P., & O'Brien, M. (1993). The effect of parent's alcohol problems on children's behaviour as reported by parents and teachers. Addiction, 10, 1383-1390. A58

«Wette, H., Zhang, J., Berg, R., & Casswell, S. (1993). The Effect of Prices on Alcohol Consumption: New Zealand 1983-1991. Drug and Alcohol Review, 12, 153-160. A57

«Hawks, D., Stockwell, T., & Casswell, S. (1993). Helping Research and Policy Meet [Editorial]. Addiction, 88, 5S-7S. A55

«Black, S., & Casswell, S. (1993). Recreational drug use in New Zealand. Drug and Alcohol Review, 12, 37-48. A54

«Casswell, S. (1993). Public discourse on the benefits of moderation: implications for alcohol policy development. Addiction, 88, 459-465. A53

«Casswell, S., Stewart, L., & Duignan, P. (1993). The negotiation of New Zealand alcohol policy in a decade of stabilized consumption and political change: the role of research. Addiction, 88(Supplement 1), 9S-17S. A50

Stewart, L., & Casswell, S. (1993). Police enforcement of liquor licensing laws: the UK experience. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D67

«Casswell, S. (1993). Implementing Policies to Reduce Harm Associated with Legal Drug Use in the Developing Countries of the Pacific: Who Can Help. In N. Heather, A. Wodak, E. Nadelmann, et al. (Eds.), Psychoactive Drugs and Harm Reduction: From Faith to Science. London: Whurr Publishers. B17

Wyllie, A., Zhang, J., & Casswell, S. (1993). Drinking patterns and problems: Auckland survey data 1990-1992. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. C11

«Casswell, S. (1992). Alcohol and other recreational drug issues in New Zealand. Journal of Drug Issues, 22(3), 797-805. A48

«Martin, C., Wyllie, A., & Casswell, S. (1992). Types of New Zealand drinkers and their associated alcohol-related problems. Journal of Drug Issues, 22, 773-796. A47

«Stewart, L., & Casswell, S. (1992). Community Control and Liquor Licensing: A Public Health Issue in New Zealand. Journal of Drug Issues, 22, 743-755. A45

«Black, S., & Casswell, S. (1992). User reports of problems associated with alcohol and marijuana use. British Journal of Addiction, 87, 1275-1280. A44

«Connolly, G., Casswell, S., Stewart, J., & Silva, P. (1992). Drinking context and other influences on the drinking of 15 year old New Zealanders. British Journal of Addiction, 87, 1029-1036. A43

«Stewart, L., & Casswell, S. (1992). Treating Alcohol Problems in New Zealand: Changes in Policies.  Practices and Perspectives. In H. Klingeman, J. Takala & A. Hunt (Eds.), Cure, Care or Control: Alcoholism Treatment in Sixteen Countries. New York: SUNY Press. B12

«Casswell, S., Stewart, J., Connolly, G., & Silva, P. (1991). A longitudinal study of New Zealand children's experience with alcohol. British Journal of Addiction, 86, 277-285. A42

«Wyllie, A., & Casswell, S. (1991). A qualitative investigation of young men's drinking in New Zealand. Health Education Research: Theory and Practice, 6, 49-55. A40

Wyllie, A., Casswell, S. (1989). Drinking in New Zealand: A Survey 1988. Auckland: Alcohol Research Unit. C5

«Casswell, S. (1989). Alcohol-related Casualties in Oceania. In N. Giesbrecht, R. Gonzalez, M. Grant, et al. (Eds.), Drinking and Casualties: Accidents, Poisonings and Violence in an International Perspective. London: Tavistock/Routledge. B8

«Stewart, L., & Casswell, S. (1988). Persuading parliamentarians: Advocacy and lobbying on alcohol related issues. Community Health Services, 12(3), 273-281. A27

«Casswell, S., Gilmore, L., Silva, P., & Brasch, P. (1988). What children know about alcohol and how they know it. British Journal of Addiction, 83, 677-682. A23

«Martin, C., & Casswell, S. (1988). Types of female drinkers: a multivariate study. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 49, 273-280. A22

«Flett, R., Casswell, S., Brasch, P., & Silva, P. (1987). Alcohol knowledge and experience in children age nine and eleven years. New Zealand Medical Journal, 100, 747-749. A21

«Stewart, L., & Casswell, S. (1987). Public control of alcohol: Licensing Trusts in New Zealand. British Journal of Addiction, 82, 643-647. A20

«Ashton, T., & Casswell, S. (1987). Alcohol taxation as a public health policy: The New Zealand experience. Community Health Studies, 11, 108-118. A19

Wyllie, A., & Casswell, S. (1987). Review of Public Opinion Surveys on Issues Relating to the Laking Report, December. Auckland: Alcohol Research Unit. D16

Wyllie, A., & Casswell, S. (1987). Review of Public Opinion Surveys on Issues Relating to the Laking Report, December. Auckland: Alcohol Research Unit. D16

«Martin, C., & Casswell, S. (1987). Types of male drinkers: a multivariate study. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 48, 109-118. A18

Casswell, S. (1986). Alcohol in Oceania. Auckland: Alcohol Research Unit. C3

Stewart, L., & Casswell, S. (1986). From a Public Health Perspective: Control of Drinking on Licenses Premises in New Zealand, January. Auckland: Alcohol Research Unit. D14

Casswell, S., & Stewart, L. (1986). From a Public Health Perspective: Availability of Alcohol in New Zealand, January. Auckland: Alcohol Research Unit. D8

«Casswell, S., Brasch, P., Gilmore, L., & Silva, P. (1985). Children's attitudes to alcohol and awareness of alcohol-related problems. British Journal of Addiction, 80, 195-199. A16

«Casswell, S. (1985). International comparisons. Australian Alcohol/Drug Review, 4(1), 17-22. A15

«Casswell, S. (1985). The organisational politics of alcohol control policy. British Journal of Addiction, 80, 357-362. A14

«Casswell, S. (1985). Comment on Walsh B. and Grant M. Trends in the Alcohol Trade and Their Effects on Public Health. World Health Forum, 6, 200-201. A13

«Casswell, S. (1984). Comment on Alcohol and Ethnography: A Case of Problem Deflation?' by Robin Room. Current Anthropology, 25, 180. A12

«Casswell, S., & Gordon, A. (1984). Drinking and occupational status in New Zealand men. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 45, 144-148. A11

«Ashton, T. (1985). The liquor industry in New Zealand. In J. Cavanagh, F. Clairemonte & R. Room (Eds.), The World Alcohol Industry with Special Reference to Australasia and Oceania. Sydney: Transnational Corporations Project, University of Sydney. B6

«Casswell, S., & Smythe, M. (1983). Alcohol Consumption by Women. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Sociology, 19, 146-152. A9

«Casswell, S., Brasch, P., Gilmore, L., & Silva, P. (1983). Early experiences with alcohol: a survey of an eight and nine year old sample. New Zealand Medical Journal, 96, 1001-1003. A6

«Casswell, S. (1982). Alcohol Use by Auckland High School Students. New Zealand Medical Journal, 95, 856-868. A2

«Casswell, S. (1980). Setting objectives for drug control policy. New Zealand Medical Journal, 91, 429-432. A1

«Casswell, S. (1985). The Alcohol Industry in Developing Economies of Oceania. In J. Cavanagh, F. Clairmonte & R. Room (Eds.), The World Alcohol Industry with Special Reference to Australasia and Oceania. Sydney: University of Sydney. B5

Awatere, D., Casswell, S., Cullen, H., Gilmore, L., & Kupenga, D. (1984). Alcohol and the Maori People. Auckland: Alcohol Research Unit, University of Auckland. D5

Casswell, S. (1982). Alcohol Trade in the South Pacific: A Pilot Study in Five Sites, October. Auckland: Alcohol Research Unit. D1

Casswell, S. (1980). Drinking by New Zealanders. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. C1

 

Alcohol-related harm

«Huckle, T., Wong, K., Parker, K. and Casswell, S. (2017). Increased use of Police and health-related services among those with heavy drinkers in their lives in New Zealand, New Zealand Medical Journal, 130(1455), pp. 102-110. A409

«Callinan, S., Laslett, A.-M., Rekve, D., Room, R., Waleewong, O., Benegal, V., Casswell, S., Florenzano, R., Hanh, T., Hanh, V., Hettige, S., Huckle, T., Ibanga, A., Obot, I., Rao, G., Siengsounthone, L., Rankin, G., & Thamarangsi, T. (2016). Alcohol’s harm to others: An international collaborative project. International Journal of Alcohol and Drug Research (IJADR), published online, http://dx.doi.org/10.7895/ijadr.v0i0.218 A383

«Easton, B., Burd, L., Sarnocinska-Hart, A., Rehm, J., & Popova, S. (2014). Productivity Losses Because of Morbidity Attributable to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder in Canada: A Demographic Approach. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 75(6), 1011-1017. A351

«Connor, J., & Casswell, S. (2012). Alcohol-related harm to others in New Zealand: evidence of the burden and gaps in knowledge. New Zealand Medical Journal, 125(1360), http://www.nzma.org.nz/journal/125-1360/5308/. A310

«Casswell, S., Harding, J., You, R. Q., & Huckle, T. (2011). Alcohol’s harm to others: self-reports from a representative sample of New Zealanders. New Zealand Medical Journal, 124(1336), http://www.nzma.org.nz/journal/124-1336/4707/. A282

Casswell, S., You, R. Q., & Huckle, T. (2011). Alcohol’s harm to others: reduced wellbeing and health status for those with heavy drinkers in their lives Addiction, 106(6), 1087-1094. A274

«Connor, J., Casswell, S., & You, R. (2009). Alcohol-related harm to others: a survey of physical and sexual assault in New Zealand. New Zealand Medical Journal, 122(1303), http://www.nzma.org.nz/journal/122-1303/3793/ A245

«Connor, J., & Casswell, S. (2009). The burden of road trauma due to other people’s drinking. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 41, 1099-1103. A244

«Miller, T., Blewden, M., & Zhang, J. (2004). Cost savings from a sustained compulsory breath testing and media campaign in New Zealand. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 36, 783-794. A165

«Humphrey, G., Casswell, S., & Han, D. (2003). Alcohol and Injury among attendees at a New Zealand emergency department. New Zealand Medical Journal, 116(1168), 298-306. A145

«Miller, T., & Blewden, M. (2001). Costs of alcohol-related crashes: New Zealand estimates and suggested measures for use internationally. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 33, 783-791. A129

«Jones, S., Casswell, S., & Zhang, J.-F. (1995). The economic costs of alcohol-related absenteeism and reduced productivity among the working population of New Zealand. Addiction, 90, 1455-1461. A76

«Casswell, S., Gilmore, L., & Ashton, T. (1988). Estimating Alcohol-Related Absenteeism in New Zealand. British Journal of Addiction, 83, 677-682. A24

Blyth, A., Stewart, L., & Maskill, C. (1995). Perceptions of Drink-Driving and Alcohol-related Crashes in Rural Areas of New Zealand, December. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D119

«Ashton, T., & Casswell, S. (1988). Replies to Woodfield's 'Economic Cost of Alcohol-related Health Care in New Zealand: An Interpretive Comment'. British Journal of Addiction, 83, 1037-1039. A26

«Casswell, S. (1986). Drink-Driving: The Role of Structural Measures in Primary Prevention. Community Health Studies, 10, 317-322. A17

«Ashton, T., & Casswell, S. (1984). Estimated cost of alcohol to the New Zealand public health system. New Zealand Medical Journal, 97, 683-686. A10

«Casswell, S., & McPherson, M. (1983). Attitudes of General Practitioners to Alcohol-Related Problems. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 44, 342-351. A7

«Casswell, S., & McPherson, M. (1982). The Responses of a Self-Selected Group of General Practitioners to Patients with Alcohol-Related Problems. New Zealand Medical Journal, 95, 462-466. A5

«Casswell, S. (1981). Drug Use in New Zealand.  Licit, Illicit and Medicinal Drug Use: The Role of the General Practitioner. In J. Richards (Ed.), Primary Health Care in the Community. Auckland: Longman Paul. B2

 

Alcohol in advertising and social media

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«Hutton, F., Griffin, C., Lyons, A., Niland, P., & McCreanor, T. (2016). “Tragic girls” and “crack whores”: Alcohol, femininity and Facebook. Feminism and Psychology, 26(1), 73-93. A377

«Goodwin, I., Griffin, C., Lyons, A., McCreanor, T., & Moewaka Barnes, H. (2016). Precarious popularity: Facebook drinking photos, the attention economy, and the regime of the branded self. . Social Media + Society, 2(1). doi 10.1177/205630511662999998889. A376

«Moewaka Barnes, H., McCreanor, T., Goodwin, I., Lyons, A., Griffin, C., & Hutton, F. (2015). Alcohol and social media: drinking and drunkenness while online. Critical Public Health, Published online: 26 Jun 2015, doi: 10.1080/09581596.09582015.01058921. A364

«McCreanor, T., Lyons, A., Moewaka Barnes, H., Hutton, F., Goodwin, I., & Griffin, C. (2015). ‘Drink a 12 box before you go’: pre-loading among young people in Aotearoa New Zealand. Kotuitui, available online 9 June, doi: 10.1080/1177083X.2015.1037314. A359

«Lyons, A., Goodwin, I., McCreanor, T., & Griffin, C. (2015). Social Networking and Young Adults’ Drinking Practices: Innovative Qualitative Methods for Health Behavior Research. Health Psychology, 34(4), 293-302. A358

«Hebden, R., Lyons, A., Goodwin, I., & McCreanor, T. (2015). “When You Add Alcohol, It Gets That Much Better”: University Students, Alcohol Consumption, and Online Drinking Cultures. Journal of Drug Issues, first published on March 22, DOI: 10.1177/0022042615575375. A355

«Lyons, A., McCreanor, T., Goodwin, I., Griffin, C., Hutton, F., Moewaka Barnes, H., O’Carroll, D., Samu, L., Niland, P., & Vroman, K.-E. (2014). Youth Drinking Cultures in Aotearoa New Zealand. Sites: New Series, 11(2), 78-102. A352

«Goodwin, I., Lyons, A., Griffin, C., & McCreanor, T. (2014). Ending up online: Interrogating mediated youth drinking cultures. In B. Roberts & A. Bennett (Eds.), Mediated Youth Cultures: Palgrave Macmillan.

«McCreanor, T., Lyons, A., Griffin, C., Goodwin, I., Moewaka Barnes, H., & Hutton, F. (2013). Youth drinking cultures, social networking and alcohol marketing: Implications for public health. Critical Public Health, 23(1), 110-120. A314

«Lin, E.-Y., Casswell, S., You, R. Q., & Huckle, T. (2012). Engagement with alcohol marketing and early brand allegiance in relation to early years of drinking. Addiction Research and Theory, 20(4), 329-338. A301

«Griffiths, R., & Casswell, S. (2010). Intoxigenic Digital Spaces? Youth, Social Networking Sites and Alcohol Marketing. Drug & Alcohol Review, 29, 525-530. A265

«McCreanor, T., Moewaka Barnes, H., Kaiwai, H., Borell, S., & Gregory, A. (2008). Creating intoxigenic environments: Marketing alcohol to young people in Aotearoa New Zealand Social Science & Medicine, 67(6), 938-946. A181

«McCreanor, T., Greenaway, A., Moewaka Barnes, H., Borell, S., & Gregory, A. (2005). Youth identity formation and contemporary alcohol marketing. Critical Public Health, 15(3), 251-262. A181

«McCreanor, T., Moewaka Barnes, H., Gregory, A., Kaiwai, H., & Borell, S. (2005). Consuming identities: alcohol marketing and the comodification of youth. Addiction Research and Theory, 13(6), 579-590. A178

«Hill, L. (1999). What it means to be a Lion Red man: Alcohol advertising and Kiwi masculinity. Women’s Studies Journal, 15(1), 65-85. A111

«Wyllie, A., Zhang, J., & Casswell, S. (1998). Positive responses to televised beer advertisements associated with drinking and problems reported by 18 to 29 year olds. Addiction, 93(5), 749-760. A96

«Wyllie, A., Zhang, J. F., & Casswell, S. (1998). Responses to televised alcohol advertisements associated with drinking behaviour of 10-17 year-olds. Addiction, 93(3), 361-371. A93

«Wyllie, A., Holibar, F., Casswell, S., Fuamatu, N., Aiolupatea, K., Moewaka Barnes, H., & Panapa, A. (1997). A qualitative investigation of responses to televised alcohol advertisements. Contemporary Drug Problems, 24, 103-132. A84

«Thomson, A., Bradley, E., Casswell, S., & Wyllie, A. (1997). A qualitative investigation of the responses of in treatment and recovering heavy drinkers to alcohol advertising on New Zealand television. Contemporary Drug Problems, 24, 133-146. A83

Wyllie, A., Waa, A., & Zhang, J. (1996). Alcohol and Moderation Advertising Expenditure and Exposure: 1996. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D129

«Casswell, S. (1995). Does alcohol advertising have an impact on the public health? Drug and Alcohol Review, 14, 395-404. A75

«Casswell, S. (1995). The Nature and Effectiveness of Media Advocacy, Counter Advertising, and Helath Promotion Messages. In S. E. Martin (Ed.), Effects of the Mass Media on the Use and Abuse of Alcohol. Bethesda, MD: Naitonal Institute on Alcohol ABuse and Alcoholism Research Monograph - 28, US Department of Health and Human Services. B20

«Thomson, A., Casswell, S., & Stewart, L. (1994). Communication experts' opinions on alcohol advertising in the electronic media. Health Promotion International, 9, 145-152. A70

Holibar, F., Wyllie, A., Panapa, A., Fuamatu, N., Aioluputea, K., & Casswell, S. (1994). Response of 18 to 29 Year Olds to Alcohol and Host Responsibility Advertising on Television: A Qualitative Investigation, April. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D82

Holibar, F., Wyllie, A., Barnes, H., Fuamatu, N., Aioluputea, K., & Casswell, S. (1994). Response of children and young persons to alcohol and host responsibility advertising on television: A qualitative investigation. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D81

Wyllie, A., Zhang, J.-F., & Casswell, S. (1994). Response of 10 to 17 year olds to alcohol and host responsibility advertising on television: survey data. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D83

Wyllie, A., Zhang, J.-F., & Casswell, S. (1994). Response of 18 to 29 year olds to alcohol and host responsibility advertising on television: survey data. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D84

Casswell, S., Wyllie, A., & Jones, S. (1994). Alcohol Advertising Expenditure and Exposure. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D86

Maskill, C., Wyllie, A., & Casswell, S. (1994). Public opinion on alcohol advertising: February 1994, April. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D85

Trotman, R., Wyllie, A., & S, C. (1994). Content analysis of television alcohol advertisements. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D87

Thomson, A., Bradley, E., Casswell, S., & Wyllie, A. (1994). The responses of in treatment and recovering 'heavy drinkers' to alcohol advertising on television. Aucl;and: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D88

Thomson, A., Casswell, S., & Stewart, L. (1991). Alcohol advertising: Key informants study. Alcohol: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D44

«Wyllie, A., Casswell, S., & Stewart, J. (1991). The Response of Young Men to Increased Television Advertising of Alcohol in New Zealand. Health Promotion International, 6(3), 191-197. A41

Wyllie, A., & Casswell, S. (1991). Public Opinion on Alcohol Advertising on Television and Radio, April. Auckland: Alcohol Research Unit. D42

Wyllie, A., Casswell, S., & Stewart, J. (1989). The response of New Zealand boys to corporate and sponsorship alcohol advertising on television. British Journal of Addiction, 84, 639-646. A33

«Casswell, S., Stewart, L., & Duignan, P. (1989). The struggle against the broadcast of anti-health messages: Regulation of alcohol advertising in NZ 1980-1987. Health Promotion, 4(4), 287-296. A29

Casswell, S., & Martin, C. (1986). From a Public Health Perspective: Shaping Attitudes Towards Alcohol in New Zealand, April. Auckland: Alcohol Research Unit. D12

Martin, C. (1984). A Survey of the Awareness of Alcohol-Related Publicity and Advertising Debate. Auckland: Alcohol Research Unit. D7

Casswell, S., & Stewart, L. (1983). Alcohol Advertising: Policies and Social Response in New Zealand, August. Auckland: Alcohol Research Unit. D2