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Exploiting the “video game craze”: A case study of the tobacco industry’s use of video games as a marketing tool

) Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank Elizabeth A. Smith and Ruth E. Malone for reading an earlier version of the manuscript. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Patricia A. McDaniel, Susan R ... . Forsyth. Data curation: Patricia A. McDaniel. 9 / 15 Formal analysis: Patricia A. McDaniel, Susan R. Forsyth. Funding acquisition: Patricia A. McDaniel. Methodology: Patricia A. McDaniel. Project

“It doesn’t seem to make sense for a company that sells cigarettes to help smokers stop using them”: A case study of Philip Morris’s involvement in smoking cessation

cigarettes, as Philip Morris International has claimed it intends to do [ 169 ]. Until then, such efforts should be regarded skeptically. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Patricia A. McDaniel. Data ... curation: Patricia A. McDaniel, E. Anne Lown. Formal analysis: Patricia A. McDaniel, E. Anne Lown, Ruth E. Malone. Funding acquisition: Ruth E. Malone. Investigation: Ruth E. Malone. Methodology

Smoking or My Job? US Media Coverage of Nonsmoker-Only Hiring Policies

Objectives Media advocacy plays a critical role in tobacco control, shaping the content of news in ways that generate public support for tobacco control. We examined US media coverage of nonsmoker-only hiring policies, which have little US public support, exploring the extent to which tobacco control advocates and experts have engaged the media on this controversial issue...

Understanding Community Norms Surrounding Tobacco Sales

Background In the US, denormalizing tobacco use is key to tobacco control; less attention has been paid to denormalizing tobacco sales. However, some localities have placed limits on the number and type of retailers who may sell tobacco, and some retailers have abandoned tobacco sales voluntarily. Understanding community norms surrounding tobacco sales may help accelerate tobacco...

“People over Profits”: Retailers Who Voluntarily Ended Tobacco Sales

Background Tobacco retailers are key players in the ongoing tobacco epidemic. Tobacco outlet density is linked to a greater likelihood of youth and adult smoking and greater difficulty quitting. While public policy efforts to address the tobacco problem at the retail level have been limited, some retailers have voluntarily ended tobacco sales. A previous pilot study examined this...

Why California retailers stop selling tobacco products, and what their customers and employees think about it when they do: case studies

Background In California, some 40, 000 retailers sell tobacco products. Tobacco's ubiquitousness in retail settings normalizes use and cues smoking urges among former smokers and those attempting cessation. Thus, limiting the number of retailers is regarded as key to ending the tobacco epidemic. In the past decade, independent pharmacies and local grocery chains in California and...