Professor Sally Casswell, ONZM, BA(Hons), PhD, FRSNZ.

Sally Casswell holds a personal chair in social and health research and is Director of SHORE and Co-director of the SHORE and Whariki Research Centre. Her research interests are in social and public health policy, particularly in relation to alcohol and other drugs. She has a particular interest in development and implementation of healthy public policy at the global level and in international collaborative research. She was selected by her peers to receive the Jellinek Memorial Award, the premier international award for alcohol research, for her contributions to ‘the understanding of social and cultural drinking patterns and public attitudes’. She has published more than 200 articles in peer reviewed international journals, is a member of the World Health Organisation’s Expert Advisory Panel on Alcohol and Drug Dependence and is currently Chair of the Global Alcohol Policy Alliance and President of the Kettil Bruun Society for Social and Epidemiological Research on Alcohol.

Email: s.casswell@massey.ac.nz
 


Journal articles

Wall, M., Casswell, S., Callinan, S., Chaiyasong, S., Cuong, P. V., Palam, E., Gray-Philip, G., Parry, C. (2017). Cross country comparisons of alcohol price and taxation policies. Drug and Alcohol Review, published online 22 November, doi: 10.1111/dar.12638. A414

Martin Wall, M., & Casswell, S. (2017). Drinker Types, Harm, and Policy-Related Variables: Results from the 2011 International Alcohol Control Study in New Zealand. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, published online April DOI: 10.1111/acer.13372. A406

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. (2017). Global alcohol harm network: struggling or emerging? A response to Shiffman [Letter]. International Journal of Health Policy Management, 6, published online 1 March. doi:10.15171/ijhpm.12017.15131.

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

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, doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.7895/ijadr.v5i2.218. A383

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 [Online Open]. A365

Casswell, S. (2014). Profits or People? The informative case of alcohol marketing [Viewpoint article]. New Zealand Medical Journal, 127(1406), 87-92 [Article]. A398

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 [Abstract]. 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, 38(5):1425-31. [Abstract] 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. doi: 10.1111/add.12011. [Abstract] A319

Moodie, R., Stuckler, D., Monteiro, C., Sheron, N., 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, Available online 12 February 2013. doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(12)62089-3. 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. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.healthplace.2012.09.014. A315

Wall, M., & Casswell, S. (2013). Affordability of alcohol as a key driver of alcohol demand in New Zealand: a cointegration analysis. Addiction, 108(1), 72-79. A311

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, in press. Published online 09 May 2012. doi:10.1016/j.jadohealth.2012.1003.1006. A313

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., Meier, P., MacKintosh, A.-M., Brown, A., Hastings, G., Thamarangsi, T., Chaiyasong, S., Chun, S., Huckle, T., Wall, M., You, R. (2012). The International Alcohol Control Study (IAC) – evaluating the impact of alcohol policies. Alcoholism Clinical and Experimental Research, Article first published online: 8 MAR 2012, DOI: 10.1111/j.1530-0277.2012.01738.x. A302

Lin, E.-Y., Casswell, S., You, R. Q., & Huckle, T. (2011). Engagement with alcohol marketing and early brand allegiance in relation to early years of drinking. Addiction Research and Theory, Posted online on December 1, doi:10.3109/16066359.16062011.16632699. A301

Lin, E.-Y., Casswell, S., Huckle, T., You, R. Q., & Asiasiga, L. (2011). Does one shoe fit all? Ethnic comparison on the impacts of gambling. Journal of Gambling Issues, 26, 69-88. doi: 10.4309/jgi.2011.4326.4306. A300

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

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

Casswell, S. (2011). Why have guidelines at all? A critical perspective. Drug and Alcohol Review, First published online: 5 DEC, DOI: 10.1111/j.1465-3362.2011.00376.x. A290

Lin, E.-Y., Witten, K., Casswell, S., & You, R. Q. (2011). Neighbourhood matters: Perceptions of neighbourhood cohesiveness and associations with alcohol, cannabis and tobacco use. Drug and Alcohol Review, Article first published online: 5 DEC, DOI: 10.1111/j.1465-3362.2011.00385.x. A289

Beaglehole, R., Bonita, R., Horton, R., Adams, A., Alleyne, G., Asaria, P., . . Casswell, S., et al. (2011). Priority actions for the non-communicable disease crisis. Lancet, 377. 1438-1447. [Abstract] A273

Carroll, P., Casswell, S., Huakau, J., Howden Chapman, P., & Perry, P. (2011). The widening gap: perceptions of poverty and income inequalities and implications for health and social outcomes. Social Policy Journal of New Zealand, 37. 1-12. [Full text] A281

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

Casswell, S., Harding, J., You, R. Q., & Huckle, T. (2011). The range and magnitude of alcohol's harm to others: self-reported harms experienced by a representative sample of New Zealand adults. New Zealand Medical Journal, 124(1336). [Full text] 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, , 1205-1207. [Abstract]. A274

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). [Full text] A283

Griffiths R. & Casswell S. (2010). Intoxigenic Digital Spaces? Youth, Social Networking Sites and Alcohol Marketing. Drug & Alcohol Review. [Abstract]

Huckle T., Casswell S. & You R.Q. (2010). Lower socioeconomic status independently predicts consumption but not alcohol-related harm. Addiction, 105. 1192-1202. [Abstract]

Huckle, T., You, R.Q. & Casswell, S. (2010). Increases in quantities consumed in drinking occasions in New Zealand 1995–2004. Drug and Alcohol Review. [Abstract]

Lin E.-Y., Casswell S., Easton B., Huckle T., Asiasiga L. & You R. Q. (2010). Time and money spent gambling and the relationship with quality-of-life measures: A national study of New Zealanders. Journal of Gambling Issues, 24(July 2010). 33-53. [Full text]

Carroll, P., Casswell, S., Huakau, J., Perry, P. & Howden Chapman, P. (2009). The Relationship between Environmental Attitudes, Beliefs about Social Justice and Interest in Politics: are there Lessons for the New Zealand Green Party? Environmental Politics, 18(2). 257-278. [Abstract] A232

Casswell, S. (2009). Alcohol industry and alcohol policy: the challenge ahead. Addiction, 104(Suppl. 1). 3-5. [Full text] A229

Casswell, S. & Thamarasinghe, T. (2009). Reducing the Harm from Alcohol: call to action. Lancet, 373. 2247-2257. [Abstract] A237

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

Connor, J., Casswell, S. and You, R. Q. (2009). Alcohol-related harm to others: a survey of physical and sexual assault in New Zealand. New Zealand Medical Journal, 122(1303). [Full text]

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. [Abstract] A217

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

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. [Abstract] A222

Conway, K., Greenaway, S., Casswell, S., Liggins, S., Broughton, D. (2007). Community action -- challenges and constraints -- implementing evidence-based approaches within a context of reorienting services. Substance Use and Misuse, 42. 1867-1882. [Abstract] A206

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

Wilkins, C., Sweetsur, P. and Casswell, S. (2006). Recent population trends in amphetamine use in New Zealand: Comparisons of findings from national household drug surveying in 1998, 2001 and 2003. New Zealand Medical Journal, 119(1244). [Full text] A190

Casswell, S. (2005). TV advertising of alcohol is not in the interests of public health: comments on Ellickson et al. (2005). Addiction, 100. 257-259. [Abstract] A163

Casswell, S. and 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. [Full text] A175

Casswell, S. and Munro, L. (2005). Science adding value: 'soft' meets 'hard' science -- the contribution of the social sciences. New Zealand Science Review, 62(4). 135-139. [Full text, PDF] A192

Droomers, M., Schrijvers, C.T., Casswell, S., Mackenbach, J.P. (2005). Father's occupational group and daily smoking during adolescence: patterns and predictors. American Journal of Public Health, 95(4). 681-688. [Full text] A176

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

Huckle, T., Conway, K., Casswell, S. & Pledger, M. (2005). A regional community action intervention succeeds in improving age checks at off-license premises. Health Promotion International, 20. 147-155. [Full text]

Casswell, S. (2005). ICAP's latest report on alcohol education: a flawed process. Addiction, 100. 1069-1070. [Full text]

Wilkins, C., Reilly, J., Pledger, M. and Casswell, S. (2005). Estimating the dollar value of the illicit market for cannabis in New Zealand. Drug and Alcohol Review, 24(3). 227-234. [Abstract] A169

Wilkins, C., Reilly, J., Rose, E. and Casswell, S. (2005). Characteristics of amphetamine-type stimulants (ATS) use in New Zealand: informing policy responses. Social Policy Journal of New Zealand, 25. 142-153. [Full text] A170

Casswell, S. (2004). Alcohol brands in young peoples' everyday lives: New developments in marketing [invited commentary]. Alcohol & Alcoholism, 39. 471-476. [Full text] A162

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

McPherson, M., Casswell, S., Pledger, M. (2004). Gender convergence and related problems: issues and outcomes from comparisons of New Zealand survey data. Addiction, 99. 738-748. [Abstract] A156

Wilkins C, Pledger M, Bhatta K, Casswell S. (2004). Patterns of amphetamine use in New Zealand: findings from the 2001 National Drug Survey. New Zealand Medical Journal, 117. 796-. [Full text, PDF] A155

Casswell, S., Pledger, M. and Hooper, R. (2003). Socioeconomic status and drinking patterns in young adults. Addiction, 98. 601-610. [Abstract] A146

Conway, K. & Casswell, S. (2003). Riding the Waves: The politics and funding context of twenty five years of community action on alcohol research in New Zealand. Nordic Journal of Alcohol Studies, 20(English Supplement). 13-24. [Full text, PDF] A149

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

Humphrey, G., Casswell, S. and Han, D.Y. (2003). Alcohol and injury among attendees at a New Zealand emergency department. New Zealand Medical Journal, 116(24 January). [Full text]

Wilkins, C. & Casswell, S. (2003). Cannabis cultivation and organised crime in New Zealand. Contemporary Drug Problems, 30(Winter). 757-777. A157

Wilkins, C., Bhatta, K., Pledger, M. & Casswell, S. (2003). Ecstacy use in New Zealand: Findings from the 1998 and 2001 national drug survey. New Zealand Medical Journal, 116. 383-393. [Full text, PDF] A147

Wilkins, C., Casswell, S., Moewaka Barnes, H. & Pledger, M. (2003). A pilot study of a computer-assisted cell-phone interview (CACI) methodology to survey respondents in households without telephones about alcohol use. Drug and Alcohol Review, 22. 221-225. [Abstract] A151

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

Casswell, S., Pledger, M. and Pratap, S. (2002). Trajectories of drinking from 18 to 26 years. Addiction, 97. 1427-1437. [Abstract] A141

Wilkins, C., Bhatta, K, and Casswell, S. (2002). The Effectiveness of Cannabis Eradication Operations in New Zealand. Drug and Alcohol Review, 21. 369-374. [Abstract] A143

Wilkins, C., Casswell, S., Bhatta, K., Casswell, S. (2002). The emergence of amphetamine use in New Zealand: findings from the 1998 and 2001 National Drug Surveys. New Zealand Medical Journal, 115(1166). 256-263. [Full text] A142

Casswell, S. (2001). Community capacity building and social policy -- what can be achieved? Social Policy Journal of New Zealand, 17. 22-35. [Full text] A133

Field, A., Casswell, S. (2001). Marijuana use in New Zealand,1990 and 1998. New Zealand Medical Journal, 114(1137). 355-358. [Full text, PDF] A130

Allamani, A., Casswell, S., Graham, K. et al (2000). Introduction: Community action research and the prevention of alcohol problems at the local level. Substance Use and Misuse, 35. 1-10. [Abstract] A114

Casswell, S. (2000). A decade of community action research. Substance Use and Misuse, 35. 55-74. [Abstract] A113

Conway, K., Tunks, M., Henwood, W. & Casswell, S. (2000). Te Whanau Cadillac -- A Waka for Change. Health Education & Behavior, 27. 339-350. [Abstract] A121

Field, A. & Casswell, S. (2000). Options for Cannabis Policy in New Zealand. Social Policy Journal of New Zealand, 14. 49-64. [Full text] A123

Field, A. & Casswell, S. (2000). Perspectives on marijuana policy in New Zealand: 1990 and 1998. Social Policy Journal of New Zealand, 14. 104-113. [Full text] A124

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

McCreanor, T., Casswell, S. and Hill, L. (2000). Perilous partnerships: a reply. Addiction, 95. 196-198. [Abstract] A115

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

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

Hammond K, Wyllie A, Casswell S. (1999). The extent and nature of televised food advertising to New Zealand children and adolescents. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 23. 49-55. [Abstract] A109

Zhang, J. and 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. [Abstract] A112

Abel, S., Casswell, S. (1998). Cannabis in New Zealand: policy and prospects. Social Policy Journal of New Zealand, 10. 70-85. [Full text] A98

Abel, S., Casswell, S. (1998). Cannabis in Schools: Issues for Principals and Boards. New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies, 33. 55-66. [Abstract] A104

Abel, S., Casswell, S. (1998). Cannabis policy: issues and options. New Zealand Medical Journal, 111. 367-370. [Abstract] A105

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

Hill, L., Casswell, S., Maskill, C., Jones, S., Wyllie, A. (1998). Fruit and vegetables as adolescent food choices. Health Promotion International, 13. 55-65. [Full text, PDF] A95

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

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

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

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

Casswell, S. (1997). Population level policies on alcohol: are they still appropriate given that 'alcohol is good for the heart'? Addiction Supplement. S81-S90. [Abstract] A82

Casswell, S. (1997). Public discourse on alcohol. Health Promotion International, 12. 251-257. [Full text, PDF] A89

Casswell, S. and Zhang, J.F. (1997). Access to alcohol from licensed premises during adolescence: A longitudinal study. Addiction. [Abstract] A87

Stewart, L. Casswell, S., Thomson, A. (1997). Promoting public health in liquor licensing: perceptions of the role of alcohol community workers. Contemporary Drug Problems, 24. 1-37. A85

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. and Casswell, S. (1997). Gender focus of target groups for alcohol health promotion strategies. Health Promotion International, 12. 141-149. [Full text, PDF] A86

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

Casswell, S. (1996). Commentary: Drinking guidelines offer little over and above the much needed public health policies. Addiction, 91. 26-29. [Abstract] A77

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

Peach, R., Dehar, M.A., Casswell, S., Gourley, G. (1996). Heartbeat Awards in Intermediate and Secondary Schools in New Zealand: Outcomes of the first two years. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 6. 42-50. A78

Casswell, S. (1995). Does Alcohol Advertising have an Impact on the Public Health. Drug and Alcohol Review, 14. 395-404. [Abstract] A75

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. [Abstract] A72

Jones, S., Casswell, S., Zhang, J. (1995). The Economic Costs of Alcohol-Related Absenteeism and Reduced Productivity among the working population of in New Zealand. Addiction, 90. 1455-1461. [Abstract] A76

Peach, R., Dehar, M.A., Tang, W.H., Casswell, S. (1995). Time for lunch: the application of a multiple baseline design to the evaluation of a schools' nutrition project. Evaluation Journal of Australasia, 7. 3-15. A80

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

Casswell, S. (1994). Moderate Drinking and Population Based Alcohol Policy. Contemporary Drug Problems, 21. 287-299. A71

Connolly, G., Casswell, S., Zhang, J.F., Silva, P. (1994). Alcohol in the Mass Media and Drinking by Adolescents: A Longitudinal Study. Addiction, 89. 1255-1263. [Abstract] A69

Thomson, A., Casswell, S., Stewart, L. (1994). Communication Experts' Opinions on Alcohol Advertising in the Electronic Media. Health Promotion International, 9. 145-152. [Full text, PDF] A70

Wyllie, A., Black, S., Zhang, J.F. & Casswell, S. (1994). Sample Frame Bias in Telephone Based Research in New Zealand. New Zealand Statistician, 29. 40-53. A73

Wyllie, A., Zhang, J.F., Casswell, S. (1994). Comparison of Six Alcohol Consumption Measures from Survey Data. Addiction, 89. 425-430. [Abstract] A63

Black, S., Casswell, S. (1993). Recreational Drug Use in New Zealand. Drug and Alcohol Review, 12. 37-48. [Abstract] A54

Casswell, S. (1993). Public Discourse on the Benefits of Moderation: Implications for Alcohol Policy Development. Addiction, 88. 459-465. [Abstract] A53

Casswell, S., Stewart, L., Duignan, P. (1993). The Negotiation of New Zealand Alcohol Policy in a Decade of Stabilized Consumption: The Role of Research. Addiction, 88(supplement). 9S-17S. [Abstract] A50

Casswell, S., Zhang, J.F., Wyllie, A. (1993). The Importance of Amount and Location of Drinking for the Experience of Alcohol-Related Problems. Addiction, 88. 1527-1534. [Abstract] A60

Connolly, G., Casswell, S., Stewart, J., 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. [Abstract] A58

Dehar, M., Duignan, P., Casswell, S. (1993). Formative and Process Evaluation of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Programs. Evaluation Review, 17. 204-220. [Abstract] A52

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

Stewart, L., Benseman, J., Harr�, M., Casswell, S. (1993). Using Electronic Communication to Enhance Networking and Information Exchange Between Community Alcohol Workers. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 4. 41-43. A67

Stewart, L., Casswell, S. (1993). Media Advocacy for Alcohol Policy Support: Results from the New Zealand Community Action Project. Health Promotion International, 8. 167-175. [Abstract] A59

Stewart, L., Casswell, S., Duignan, P. (1993). Using Evaluation Resources in a Community Action Project: Formative Evaluation of Public Health Input into the Implementation of the New Zealand Sale of Liquor Act. Contemporary Drug Problems, 20. 681-704. [Abstract] A65

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. [Abstract] A57

Wyllie, A., Casswell, S. (1993). Identifying Target Segments of Male Drinkers for Health Promotion Activities. Health Promotion International, 8. 249-261. [Abstract] A61

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. [Abstract] A64

Black, S., Casswell, S. (1992). User Reports of Problems Associated with Alcohol and Marijuana Use. British Journal of Addiction, 87. 1275-1280. [Abstract] A44

Casswell, S. (1992). Alcohol and Other Recreational Drug Issues in New Zealand. Journal of Drug Issues, 22. 797-805. A48

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. [Abstract] A43

Dehar, M., Duignan, P., Casswell, S. (1992). Comprehensive Evaluation of a Multifaceted Health Promotion Programme: Heartbeat New Zealand. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 2. 4-9. A49

Duignan, P., Casswell, S. (1992). Community Alcohol Action Programme Evaluation in New Zealand. Journal of Drug Issues, 22. 757-771. A46

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

Wyllie, A., Casswell, S. (1992). Formative Evaluation of a Policy-Orientated Print Media Campaign. Health Promotion International, 7. 155-161. [Abstract] A51

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. [Abstract] A42

Dehar, M., Duignan, P., Casswell, S. (1991). Evaluation of Heartbeat New Zealand. Health Promotion International, 6. 13-19. [Abstract] A39

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. [Abstract] A40

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. [Abstract] A41

Casswell, S., Ransom, R., Gilmore, L. (1990). Evaluation of a Mass-Media Campaign for the Primary Prevention of Alcohol-Related Problems. Health Promotion, 5. 9-17. [Abstract] A38

Stewart, L., Casswell, S. (1990). Creating a Supportive Environment for Drinking: The Alcohol Industry as a Drug Educator. Drug Education Journal of Australia, 4. 225-231. A37

Stewart, L., Casswell, S. (1990). Creating a Supportive Environment for Drinking: The Alcohol Industry as a Drug Educator. Drug Education Journal of Australia, 4. 225-231. A37

Wyllie, A., Casswell, S. (1990). Sample Attrition from a New Zealand Longitudinal Study. New Zealand Statistician, 25. 10-14. A36

Ashton, T., Casswell, S., Gilmore, L. (1989). Alcohol Taxes: Do The Poor Pay More Than The Rich? British Journal of Addiction, 84. 759-766. [Abstract] A34

Casswell, S., Gilmore, L. (1989). An Evaluated Community Action Project on Alcohol. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 50. 339-346. [Abstract] A35

Casswell, S., Gilmore, L., Maguire, V., Ransom, R. (1989). Changes in Public Support for Alcohol Policies Following a Community-Based Campaign. British Journal of Addiction, 84. 515-522. [Abstract] A32

Casswell, S., Stewart, L. (1989). A Community Action Project on Alcohol: Community Organisation and its Evaluation. Community Health Studies, 13. 39-48. A30

Casswell, S., Stewart, L., Duignan, P. (1989). The Struggle Against the Broadcast of Anti-Health Messages: Regulation of Alcohol Advertising in New Zealand 1980 -- 1987. Health Promotion, 4(4). 287-296. [Abstract] A29

Duignan, P., Casswell, S. (1989). Evaluating Community Development Programs for Health Promotion: Problems Illustrated by a New Zealand Example. Community Health Studies, 13. 74-81. [Abstract] A31

Wyllie A., Casswell, S., Stewart, J. (1989). The Response of New Zealand Boys to Corporate and Sponsorship Advertising on Television. British Journal of Addiction, 84. 639-646. [Abstract] A33

Casswell, S., Gilmore, L. (1989). An Evaluated Community Action Project on Alcohol. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 50. 339-346. [Abstract] A35

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. (1988). Educational Initiatives in the Prevention of Drug-related Harm. Australian Alcohol/Drug Review, 7. 299-303. [Abstract] A28

Casswell, S. (1988). Possibilities for the Promotion of Good Health: Challenges for Medical Research. New Zealand Medical Journal, 101. 715-718. [Abstract] A25

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

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

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. [Abstract] A22

Stewart, L., Casswell, S. (1988). Persuading Parliamentarians: Advocacy and Lobbying on Alcohol-related Issues. Community Health Studies, 12. 273-281. [Abstract] A27

Ashton, T., Casswell, S. (1987). Alcohol Taxation as a Public Health Policy: The New Zealand Experience. Community Health Studies, 11. 108-118. [Abstract] A19

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

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

Martin, C., Casswell, S. (1987). Types of Male Drinkers: A Multivariate Study. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 48. 109-118. [Abstract] A18

Stewart, L., Casswell, S. (1987). Public Control of Alcohol: Licensing Trusts in New Zealand. British Journal of Addiction, 82. 643-647. [Abstract] A20

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

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

Casswell, S. (1985). International Comparisons. Australian Alcohol/Drug Review, 4. 17-22. [Abstract] A15

Casswell, S. (1985). The Organisational Politics of Alcohol Control Policy. British Journal of Addiction, 80. 357-362. [Abstract] A14

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. [Abstract] A16

Ashton, T., Casswell, S. (1984). Estimated Cost of Alcohol to the New Zealand Public Hospital System. New Zealand Medical Journal, 97. 683-686. [Abstract] A10

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 of New Zealand Men. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 45. 144-149. [Abstract] A11

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. [Abstract] A6

Casswell, S., Mortimer, D., Smythe, M. (1983). Alcohol Portrayal in a New Zealand Soap Opera. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Sociology, 19. 329-334. [Abstract] A8

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

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

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

Casswell, S. (1982). The Effects of Pretesting on Evaluation of a Drug Education Program. Journal of Drug Education, 12. 173-180. A4

Casswell, S. (1982). The Effects of Pretesting on Evaluation of a Drug Education Program. Journal of Drug Education, 12. 173-180. A4

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. [Abstract] A5

Casswell, S., Mortimer, D., Gilroy , C. (1982). The Minimal Effects and Methodological Problems in the Evaluation of a Harm Reduction Drug Education Programme in a High School Setting. Journal of Drug Education, 12. 345-352. A3

Casswell, S., Mortimer, D., Gilroy , C. (1982). The Minimal Effects and Methodological Problems in the Evaluation of a Harm Reduction Drug Education Programme in a High School Setting. Journal of Drug Education, 12. 345-352. A3

Casswell, S. (1980). Setting Objectives for Drug Control Policy. New Zealand Medical Journal, 91. 429-432. A1

Casswell, S. & Marks, D. (1973). Cannabis Induced Impairment of Performance of a Divided Attention Task. Nature, 241. 60-61. [Abstract]

Casswell, S. & Marks, D. (1973). Cannabis and Temporal Disintegration in Experienced and Naive Subjects. Science, 179. 803-805.

 

Books and book chapters

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

Babor T, Caetano R, Casswell S, Edwards G, Giesbrecht N, Graham K, Grube J, Hill L, Holder H and Homel R, et al. (2010). Alcohol: No Ordinary Commodity Research and Public Policy Second Edition. Oxford University Press, Oxford

Casswell S, Hill L. (2008) Alcohol, Integrated control of. In Heggenhougan K & Quah S. International Encyclopedia of Public Health, pp. 108-112. Academic Press, San Diego. SB45

Hill, L. & Casswell, S. (2003). Alcohol advertising and sponsorship: Commercial freedom or control in the public interest?. In Heather, N., Stockwell, T. (Eds.), The Essential Handbook of Treatment and Prevention of Alcohol Problems. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons.

Hill, L. & Casswell, S. (2001). Alcohol advertising and sponsorship: Commercial freedom or control in the public interest?. In Heather, N., Peters, T.J. & Stockwell, T. (Eds.), International Handbook of Alcohol Dependence and Related Problems (pp.823-846). Chichester: John Wiley & Sons. B34

Casswell, S. (1999). Evaluation research. In Davidson, C. and Tolich, M. (Eds.), Social Science Research in New Zealand: Many Paths to Understanding. Auckland: Longman. B28

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

Casswell, S. (1995). Public Discourse on Alcohol: Implications for Public Policy. In Holder, H. & Edwards, G. (Eds.), Alcohol and Public Policy: Evidence and Issues. Oxford: Oxford University Press. B21

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

Casswell, S. (1994). Alcohol-Related Problems. In Spicer, J., Trlin, A., Walton, J.A. (Eds.), Social Dimensions of Health and Disease: New Zealand Perspectives. Palmerston North: Dunmore Press. B18

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

Duignan, P., Casswell, S., Stewart, L. (1993). Evaluating Community Projects: Conceptual and Methodological Issues Illustrated from the Community Action Project and the Liquor Licensing Project in New Zealand. In Greenfield ,T.K., Zimmerman, R. (Eds.), Experiences with Community Action Projects: New Research in the Prevention of Alcohol and Other Drug Problems. Rockville, MD: CSAP Prevention Monograph-14, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. B15

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

Duignan, P., Casswell, S., Dehar, M. (1992). Promoting Change in Health Promotion Practice: A Framework for the Evaluation of Health Promotion. In Thomas, D. & Veno, A. (Eds.), Psychology and Social Change. Palmerston North: The Dunmore Press. B10

Dehar, M., Duignan, P., Casswell, S. (1992). Formative Evaluation of a Health Promotion Programme: Heartbeat New Zealand. In Thomas, D. & Veno, A. (Eds.), Psychology and Social Change. Palmerston North: The Dunmore Press. B11

Casswell, S., Stewart, L. (1990). Aftermath of the Community Action Project on Alcohol: Integration or Attrition?. In Giesbrecht, N., Conley, R., Denniston, R.W. et al (Eds.), Research, Action, and the Community: Experiences in the Prevention of Alcohol and Other Drug Problems. Rockville, MD: OSAP Prevention Monograph-4, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. B9

Casswell, S. (1989). Alcohol-related Casualties in Oceania. In Giesbrecht, N., Gonzalez, R., Grant, M., Osterberg, E., Room, R., Rootman, I., Towle, L. (Eds.), Drinking and Casualties: Accidents, Poisonings and Violence in an International Perspective. London: Tavistock/Routledge. B8

Casswell, S., Mortimer, D. (1985). Evaluation of a School-based Alcohol Education Programme. In Grant M., Waahlberg, R. (Eds.), Extending Alcohol Education. Statens Edruskapsdirektorat, Oslo and Lausanne: International Council on Alcohol and Addiction. B7

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

Casswell, S. (1984). Applications of Recording Performances. In Dowrick, P., Biggs, S. (Eds.), Using Video. : John Wiley and Sons Ltd. B4

Casswell, S. (1982). The Schools Debate. In Grant M., and Ritson B. (Eds.), Alcohol: The Prevention Debate. London: Croom Helm. B3

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

 

Reports

Greenaway, S., Huckle, T., Casswell, S.and Jelley, S. (2009). Literature review: social supply of alcohol to minors. June. SHORE. [Full text, PDF]

Liggins, S., Dickinson, P. and Casswell, S. (2007). Report on the Rich Dialogue Process for dissemination of the findings from the Review of Evidence pertaining to Alcohol and Drug and Mental Health/Suicide Prevention Programmes delivered by external providers in NZ schools. Auckland: Centre for Social and Health Outcomes Research and Evaluation & Te Ropu Whariki, Massey University.

Kaiwai, H., Adams, J., McCreanor, T. & Casswell, S. (2006). Social Marketing for Gambling Harm Reduction: Review, Research and Recommendations. Centre for Social and Health Outcomes Research and Evaluation & Te Ropu Whariki.

Liggins, S., Dickinson, P., Conway, K.and Casswell, S. (2006). Review of evidence pertaining to Alcohol and Drug and Mental Health/Suicide Prevention Programmes delivered by external providers in NZ schools. Auckland: Centre for Social and Health Outcomes Research and Evaluation & Te Ropu Whariki, Massey University.

Casswell, S., Rose, E. and Huakau, J. (2005). Commitment to New Zealand: A Report from the Economic Values Part of the New Zealand Values Study 2005. Centre for Social and Health Outcomes Research and Evaluation & Te Ropu Whariki, Massey University, Auckland.

Casswell, S., Rose, E. and Huakau, J. (2005). Taxation: A Report from the Economic Values Part of the New Zealand Values Study 2005. Centre for Social and Health Outcomes Research and Evaluation & Te Ropu Whariki, Massey University, Auckland.

Rose, E., Huakau, J. and Casswell, S. (2005). Economic Values: A Report from the New Zealand Values Study. June. Centre for Social and Health Outcomes Research and Evaluation & Te Ropu Whariki, Massey University, Auckland.

Rose, E., Huakau, J., Sweetsur, P. and Casswell, S. (2005). Public Life Values: A Report from the New Zealand Values Study 2005. June. Centre for Social and Health Outcomes Research and Evaluation & Te Ropu Whariki, Massey University, Auckland.

Rose, E., Huakau, J., Sweetsur, P. and Casswell, S. (2005). Social Values: A Report from the New Zealand Values Study 2005. June. Centre for Social and Health Outcomes Research and Evaluation & Te Ropu Whariki, Massey University, Auckland.

Wilkins, C., Casswell, S., Bhatta, K., Pledger, M. (2002). Drug Use in New Zealand : National Surveys Comparison 1998 & 2001. Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit: University of Auckland. C18

Wilkins, C., Casswell, S., Bhatta, K., Pledger, M. (2002). Drug Use in New Zealand: National Surveys Comparison 1998 & 2001. Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit: University of Auckland. C18

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

Habgood, R., Casswell, S., Pledger, M., Bhatta, K. (2001). Drinking in New Zealand: National Surveys Comparison 1995 & 2000. Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit: University of Auckland. C20

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

Casswell, S. (1999). A decade of community action research. In: Kettil Bruun Society Thematic Meeting: 4th Symposium on Community Action Research and the Prevention of Alcohol and Other Drug Problems. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. B29

Casswell, S. (1999). The dynamics of research and community action in the context of a bicultural project in Aotearoa/New Zealand. In: Community Action to Prevent Alcohol Problems. Copenhagen: WHO Regional Office for Europe. B27

Conway, K., Casswell, S., McCalmon, J. (1999). Reducing Drug Related Harm - Research-Based Advice for Purchasing Strategy on Public Health Issues: commissioned by the Health Funding Authority. 36pp, August. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D157

Field, A., Casswell, S. (1999). Drug Use in New Zealand: Comparison Surveys, 1990 & 1998. June. Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit: University of Auckland. C16

Field, A., Casswell, S. (1999). Drugs in New Zealand: National Survey, 1998. June. Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit: University of Auckland. C15

Hill, L., Casswell, S. (1999). Alcohol Harm Reduction - Research-Based Advice for Purchasing Strategy on Public Health Issues: commissioned by the Health Funding Authority. 35pp, August. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D158

Hill, L., Conway, K., Garlick, S., Casswell, S. (1999). Health of Older Adults - Research-Based Advice for Purchasing Strategy on Public Health Issues: commissioned by the Health Funding Authority. 39pp, August. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D156

Hammond, K., Wyllie, A., Casswell, S. (1997). Responses of young people to television food advertising. 90pp plus appendices, May. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D141

Stewart, L. Casswell, S., Thomson, A. (1997). Promoting public health in liquor licensing: perceptions of the role of alcohol community workers. Contemporary Drug Problems, 24M 1-37. A85

Hammond, K., Wyllie, A., Casswell, S. (1997). Content analysis of television food advertisements. 117 pp, May. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D142

Hammond, K., Wyllie, A., Casswell, S. (1997). The extent and nature of televised food advertising in New Zealand. 24pp plus appendices, May. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D143

Fuamatu, N., Thetadig, R. and Casswell, S. (1996). Influences on the eating patterns and food choices of Samoan teenagers in Auckland. October. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D132

Fuamatu, N., Thetadig, R. and Casswell, S. (1996). O Le Suesuega E Auiliili Ai Taumafa A Tupulaga Samoa I Aukilani, Niu Sila. October. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D133

Maskill, C., Jones, S., Wyllie, A., Casswell, S. (1996). Influences on the eating patterns and food choice of New Zealand Pakeha adolescents: An overview. June. Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D136

Moewaka Barnes, H., Casswell, S., Compain, T., Waa, A., Spinola, C., Stanley, P., Stewart, L., Webb, R. and Wyllie, A. (1996). Uru Atu: Community Action to Reduce Alcohol Related Traffic Injury Among Maori: Process/Impact Evaluation Report on WHANAU/Tu BADD. 99pp, August. Auckland: Alcohol and Public Health Research Unit. D127

Moewaka Barnes, H., Casswell, S., Compain, T., Waa, A., Spinola, C., Stanley, P., Stewart, L., Webb, R. and Wyllie, A.. (1996). Te Tipu Ora: Community Action to Reduce Alcohol Related Traffic Injury Among Maori: Process/Impact Evaluation Report on WHIRIWHIRI TE ORA. 115pp, August. Auckland: Alcohol and Public Health Research Unit. D128

Stanley, P., Casswell, S. (1996). Rangamaro: Community Action to Reduce Alcohol Related Traffic Injury Among Maori: Final Progress Report No. 6. 31pp plus appendices, March. Auckland: Alcohol and Public Health Research Unit. D122

Stanley, P., Casswell, S. (1995). Te Ua: Community Action to Reduce Alcohol Related Traffic Injury Among Maori: A Collaborative Project. Report No.4. 44pp plus appendices, February. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D118

Casswell, S., Wyllie, A., Jones, S. (1994). Alcohol Advertising Expenditure and Exposure. 17pp plus appendices, April. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D86

Holibar, F., Wyllie, A., Moewaka 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. 164pp plus appendices, April. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D81

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. 146pp plus appendices, April. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D82

Maskill, C., Wyllie, A., Casswell, S. (1994). Public Opinion on Alcohol Advertising: February 1994. 20pp plus appendices, April. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D85

Stanley, P., Casswell, S. (1994). Waiora: Community Action to Reduce Alcohol Related Traffic Injury Among Maori: A Collaborative Project. Report No.2. 46pp plus appendices, February. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D92

Stanley, P., Casswell, S. (1994). Kia Toa: Community Action to Reduce Alcohol Related Traffic Injury Among Maori: A Collaborative Project. Report No.3. 33pp plus appendices, August. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D93

Thomson, A., Bradley, E., Casswell, S., Wyllie, A. (1994). The Responses of In Treatment and Recovering 'Heavy Drinkers' to Alcohol Advertising on Television. 23pp plus appendices, April. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D88

Trotman, R., Wyllie, A., Casswell, S. (1994). Content Analysis of Television Alcohol Advertisements. 70pp plus appendices, April. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D87

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. 33pp plus appendices, April. 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. 31pp plus appendices, April. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D84

Duignan, P., Casswell, S., Stewart, L. (1993). Evaluating Community Projects: Conceptual and Methodological Issues Illustrated from the Community Action Project and the Liquor Licensing Project in New Zealand. In: Greenfield , T.K., Zimmerman, R. (eds). Experiences with Community Action Projects: New Research in the Prevention of Alcohol and Other Drug Problems. CSAP Prevention Monograph-14. Rockville, MD: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. B15

Abel, S., Casswell, S. (1993). Cannabis Policy in New Zealand: A Background Paper. 41pp, May. Auckland: Alcohol and Public Health Research Unit. D69

Abel, S., Wyllie, A., Panapa, A., Casswell, S. (1993). Stakeholders' Perceptions of Host Responsibility. May. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D68

Black, S., Casswell, S. (1993). Drugs in New Zealand: A Survey 1990. 40pp, April. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. C6

Morice, L., Wyllie, A., Casswell, S. (1993). Host Responsibility: An Annotated Bibliography. June. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D70

Stanley, P., Casswell, S. (1993). Nga Putahi: Community Action to Reduce Alcohol Related Traffic Injury Among Maori: A Collaborative Project. Progress Report No. 1 to the Accident Rehabilitation and Compensation Insurance Corporation. 44pp plus appendices, September. Auckland: Alcohol and Public Health Research Unit. D75

Wyllie, A., Zhang, J.F., Casswell, S. (1993). Drinking: Patterns & Problems: Auckland Survey Data 1990-1992. 40pp, December. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. C11

Abel, S., Wyllie, A., Casswell, S. (1992). The Primary Prevention of Alcohol and Other Drug-Related Problems Amongst Women: A Literature Review. 100pp, August. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D60

Abel, S., Wyllie, A., Casswell, S. (1992). The Primary Prevention of Alcohol and Other Drug-Related Problems Amongst Women: A Literature Review. 100pp, August. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D60

Duignan, P., Dehar, M.A., Casswell, S. (1992). Planning Evaluation of Health Promotion Programmes: A Framework for Decision Making. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. C10

James, R., Duignan, P., Casswell, S., Crosbie, D. (1992). Evaluating Community-Based Drug and Alcohol Programs. June. Perth: National Centre for Research into the Prevention of Drug Abuse. B13

Peach, R., Dehar, M., Casswell, S. (1992). Report of Outcome Evaluation of Heartbeat Awards in Schools Project in Secondary and Intermediate Schools. April. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D56

Peach, R., Dehar, M., Casswell, S. (1992). Report of Outcome Evaluation of Heartbeat Awards in Workplace Cafeterias Project. June. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D58

Tang, W., Peach, R., Dehar, M.A., Casswell, S. (1992). Report of Outcome Evaluation: Heartbeat Awards in Schools Project in Primary Schools. December. Auckland. Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D66

Turner, A., Dehar, M., Casswell, S., Macdonald, J. (1992). Doing Evaluation: A Manual for Health Promotion Workers. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. C9

Casswell S. (1991). Invited Background Paper Prepared for the World Health Organisation Expert Meeting on Alcohol Policies and Programmes. Tokyo, Japan, 2-8 April. R50

Casswell, S. (1991). Commentary on: Services Available to Deal with Problems Faced and Created by Alcohol Abuse, by Bruce Ritson. Expert Meeting on Negative Social Consequences of Alcohol Use. Norwegian Ministry of Health and Social Affairs in collaboration with the United Nations Office at the Vienna Centre for Social Development and Humanitarian Affairs, Oslo, Norway. B14

Holibar, F., Wyllie, A., Casswell, S. (1991). Evaluation of Host Responsibility Logo and National Guidelines Booklet. September. Auckland: Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit. D51

Thomson, A., Casswell, S., Stewart, L. (1991). Alcohol Advertising: Key Informants Study. 51pp, May. Auckland: Alcohol Research Unit. D44

Wyllie, A., Casswell, S. (1991). Public Opinion on Alcohol Advertising on Television and Radio. 11pp plus appendices, April. Auckland: Alcohol Research Unit. D42

Casswell, S., Stewart, L. (1990). Aftermath of the Community Action Project on Alcohol: Integration or Attrition?. In: Giesbrecht, N., Conley, R., Denniston, R.W. et al (Eds), Research, Action, and the Community: Experiences in the Prevention of Alcohol and Other Drug Problems. OSAP Prevention Monograph-4. Rockville, MD: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. B9

Duignan, P., Casswell, S. (1990). A Report on the Workshop on the Prevention of Alcohol-related Injury in the Pacific Islands. April. Auckland: Alcohol Research Unit. R42

Wyllie, A., Beard, L., Casswell, S. (1990). Food Retailing and Labelling: Implications for Health Promotion in New Zealand. 42pp, August. Auckland: Department of Community Health. D35

Beard, L., Wyllie, A., Casswell, S. (1989). Promoting Healthier Eating: A Literature Review. 55pp, May. Auckland: Alcohol Research Unit. D25

Beard, L., Wyllie, A., Casswell, S. (1989). Towards Understanding Eating Habits in New Zealand: A Qualitative Investigation. 78pp, November. Auckland: Department of Community Health. D29

Casswell, S., Duignan, P. (1989). Evaluating Health Promotion: A Guide for Health Promoters and Health Managers. 28pp, November. Auckland: Department of Community Health. C7

Duignan, P., Casswell, S., Dehar, M. (1989). Evaluating the Accident Compensation Corporation's Accident Prevention Programmes. 37pp, October. Auckland: Alcohol Research Unit. C4

Wyllie, A., Casswell, S. (1989). Drinking in New Zealand: A Survey 1988. 19pp plus appendices, December. Auckland: Alcohol Research Unit. C5

Duignan, P., Casswell, S. (1988). A Public Policy Focus: Illustrations from Alcohol Research. Report on the Conference on Research for Healthy Public Policy. Alcohol Research Unit, Auckland, New Zealand: April. R26

Duignan, P., Casswell, S. (1988). Report of the Conference on Research for Healthy Public Policy. 13pp, April. Auckland: Alcohol Research Unit. R26

Duignan, P., Casswell, S. (1988). Wanganui Community Alcohol Action Programme 1987: a Retrospective Process. .

Stewart, L., Ransom, R., Casswell, S. (1987). The Community Action Project: Activities of Community Organisers in an Alcohol Problem Prevention Programme. 35pp, February. Auckland: Alcohol Research Unit. D15

Wyllie, A., Casswell, S. (1987). Review of Public Opinion Surveys on Issues Relating to the Laking Report. 18pp, December. Auckland: Alcohol Research Unit. D18

Ashton, T., Casswell, S. (1986). From a Public Health Perspective: Alcohol Pricing Policy in New Zealand. 23pp, January. Auckland: Alcohol Research Unit. D9

Casswell, S. (1986). Alcohol in Oceania. 98pp, August. Auckland: Alcohol Research Unit. C3

Casswell, S., Martin, C. (1986). From a Public Health Perspective: Shaping Attitudes Towards Alcohol in New Zealand. 42pp, April. Auckland: Alcohol Research Unit. D12

Casswell, S., Stewart, L. (1986). From a Public Health Perspective: Availability of Alcohol in New Zealand. 35pp plus appendices, January. Auckland: Alcohol Research Unit.

Mcguire, V., Casswell, S. (1986). The Community Action Project: Key Informants Study: No 2. 51pp, July. Auckland: Alcohol Research Unit. D13

Mcguire, V., Casswell, S. (1986). The Community Action Project: Key Informants Study: No 1. 51pp, March. Auckland: Alcohol Research Unit. D11

Stewart, L., Casswell, S. (1986). From a Public Health Perspective: Control of Drinking on Licensed Premises in New Zealand. 31pp, January. Auckland: Alcohol Research Unit. D14

Awatere, D., Casswell, S., Cullen, H., Gilmore, L., Kupenga, D. (1984). Alcohol and the Maori People. 83pp, February. Auckland: Alcohol Research Unit. D5

Casswell, S., Stewart, L. (1983). Alcohol Advertising: Policies and Social Response in New Zealand. 29pp, August. Auckland: Alcohol Research Unit. D2

Casswell, S., Smythe, M. (1982). Alcohol Trade in the South Pacific: A Pilot Study in Five Sites. 92pp. October. Auckland: Alcohol Research Unit. D1

Casswell, S. (1981). Deciding About Drugs. Alcohol Research Unit, Auckland. (Out of print).

Casswell, S. (1980). Drinking by New Zealanders. 11pp. Wellington: Alcoholic Liquor Advisory Council and Auckland: Alcohol Research Unit. C1