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Home > Public attitudes towards alcohol control policies in Scotland and England: Results from a mixed-methods study.

Li, Jessica and Lovatt, Melanie and Eadie, Douglas and Dobbie, Fiona and Meier, Petra and Holmes, John and Hastings, Gerard and Mackintosh, Anne Marie (2017) Public attitudes towards alcohol control policies in Scotland and England: Results from a mixed-methods study. Social Science & Medicine, 177, . /10.1016/j.socscimed.2017.01.037.

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Highlights
• UK alcohol policies restricting access to alcohol via pricing are the least popular.
• Females and those who are older are more supportive of restrictive alcohol policies.
• Perceived effectiveness should be considered when measuring alcohol policy support.
• Mixed methods approaches are useful to strengthen understandings of policy support.


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