NCBI Bookshelf. W idespread concern exists about the potential effects that media portrayals of drinking, alcohol product placements, and alcohol advertising may have on alcohol consumption and problems among young people. Television, radio, film, and popular music are often identified as potential sources through which young people learn about alcohol and as potential influences on young people's drinking and drinking problems e. In particular, public health advocates routinely call for stricter self- or governmental regulation of television, film, music, and alcohol advertising e.
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