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Alcohol's New Target

Marketers take aim at affluent, independent females

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Alcohol's New Target (5/17/2006)

Presentation Transcript

Presentation Video

Questions answered by this presentation:

  1. How much has women's alcohol consumption increased over the last few years?
  2. Is the alcohol industry seeing significant growth?
  3. Besides their increased consumption, why are women being singled out by the alcohol industry as marketing targets?
  4. What is an alcopop?
  5. What role do alopops play in underage drinking?

Related Links

Women and Drinking (Time)
What's behind the binge trend?

Excessive Drinking (BBC News)
Increasingly more women are drinking too much

Alcohol and Your Health (Mayo Clinic)
Consider these points when weighing the risks and benefits of alcohol use.

Girls vs. Boys (Boston.com)
Understanding new statistics about increased female drinking habits

Too Smart to Start (SAMHSA)
An underage alcohol-use prevention initiative

Alcohol's Hidden Story (NCADI)
What you don't know can harm you.

Links updated: 26 January 2009
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