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Sun, Tianze and Lim, Carmen C W and Chung, Jack and Cheng, Brandon and Davidson, Lily and Tisdale, Calvert and Leung, Janni and Gartner, Coral E and Connor, Jason and Hall, Wayne D and Chan, Gary C K (2021) Vaping on TikTok: a systematic thematic analysis. Tobacco Control , Early online .

Dyregrov, Kari and Bruland Selseng, Lillian (2021) “Nothing to mourn, He was just a drug addict” - stigma towards people bereaved by drug-related death. Addiction Research & Theory .

Martino, Florentine and Brooks, Ruby and Browne, Jennifer and Carah, Nicholas and Zorbas, Christina and Corben, Kirstan and Saleeba, Emma and Martin, Jane and Peeters, Anna and Backholer, Kathryn (2021) The nature and extent of online marketing by big food and big alcohol during the COVID-19 pandemic in Australia: content analysis study. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance , 7 , (3) , e25202.

De Leo, Diego and Goodfellow, Benjamin and Silverman, Morton and Berman, Alan and Mann, John and Arensman, Ella and Hawton, Keith and Phillips, M R and Vijayakumar, Lakshmi and Andriessen, Karl and Chavez-Hernandez, Ana-Maria and Heisel, Marnin and Kolves, Kairi (2021) International study of definitions of English-language terms for suicidal behaviours: a survey exploring preferred terminology. BMJ Open , 11 , (2) , e043409.

Alcohol Change UK. (2020) How do we talk about alcohol? Policy Insights .

Sumnall, H R and Atkinson, A M and Trayner, K M A and Gage, S H and McAuley, A (2020) Effects of messaging on public support for drug consumption rooms in scotland, UK. The International Journal of Drug Policy , 83 , p. 102855.

Paradis, Catherine and Zhao, Jinhui and Stockwell, Tim (2020) What popular bars post on social media platforms: a case for improved alcohol advertising regulation. Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention in Canada , 40 , (5-6) , pp. 160-170.

Stevens, Robin C and Brawner, Bridgette M and Kranzler, Elissa and Giorgi, Salvatore and Lazarus, Elizabeth and Abera, Maramawit and Huang, Sarah and Ungar, Lyle (2020) Exploring substance use tweets of youth in the United States: mixed methods study. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance , 6 , (1 e16191) , e16191.

Babor, Thomas F (2020) The arrogance of power: alcohol industry interference with warning label research. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs , 81 , (2) , pp. 222-224.

Vallance, Kate and Vincent, Alexandria and Schoueri-Mychasiw, Nour and Stockwell, Tim and Hammond, David and Greenfield, Thomas K and McGavock, Jonathan and Hobin, Erin (2020) News media and the influence of the alcohol industry: an analysis of media coverage of alcohol warning labels with a cancer message in Canada and Ireland. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs , 81 , (2) , pp. 273-283.

Wilson, Hester (2020) How stigmatising language affects people in Australia who use tobacco, alcohol and other drugs. Australian Journal of General Practice , 49 , (3) , pp. 155-158.

Droulers, Olivier and Gallopel-Morvan, Karine and Lacoste-Badie, Sophie and Lajante, Mathieu (2017) The influence of threatening visual warnings on tobacco packaging: measuring the impact of threat level, image size, and type of pack through psychophysiological and self-report methods. PLoS ONE , 12 , (9) , e0184415.

Petticrew, Mark and Fitzgerald, Niamh and Durand, Mary Alison and Knai, Cécile and Davoren, Martin P and Perry, Ivan J (2016) Diageo's 'stop out of control drinking' campaign in Ireland: an analysis. PLoS ONE , 11 , (9) , e0160379.

Stautz, Kaidy and Marteau, Theresa M (2016) Viewing alcohol warning advertising reduces urges to drink in young adults: an online experiment. BMC Public Health , 16 , (1) , p. 530.

Kelly, John E and Saitz, Richard and Wakeman, Sarah (2016) Language, substance use disorders, and policy: the need to reach consensus on an “addiction-ary”. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly , 34 , (1) .

Siegfried, Nandi and Pienaar, David C and Ataguba, John E and Volmink, Jimmy and Kredo, Tamara and Jere, Mlenga and Parry, Charles DH (2014) Restricting or banning alcohol advertising to reduce alcohol consumption in adults and adolescents. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews , (11) .

Drug and Alcohol Findings. (2013) Effectiveness Bank Bulletin [Alcohol misuse prevention messages]. Effectiveness Bank Bulletin , 27 Sep .

Loughran, Hilda (2010) Drunk talk: a language of intoxication. Journal of Alcohol & Drug Education , 54 , (1) , pp. 7-13.

Loughran, Hilda (2010) Eighteen and celebrating: birthday cards and drinking culture. Journal of Youth Studies , 13 , (6) , pp. 631-645.

Report

National Academy of Medicine, Dell Medical School, University of Texas at Austin, Shatterproof. (2021) Stigma of Addiction Summit innovation abstract compendium. National Academy of Medicine.

Harm Reduction International, INPUD. (2021) People who use drugs and mental health. London: Harm Reduction International.

Bridge, Jamie and Hallam, Christopher and Nougier, Marie and Herrero Cangas, Miguel and Jelsma, Martin and Blickman, Tom and Bewley-Taylor, Dave and Bowdery, Daisy (2021) Edging forward: how the UN’s language on drugs has advanced since 1990 (version 2). London: International Drug Policy Consortium.

HIV Ireland. (2021) Media reporting guidelines - HIV. Dublin: HIV Ireland.

Jones, Daniel and Moodie, Crawford and Purves, Richard I and Fitzgerald, Niamh and Crockett, Rachel (2021) Health information, messaging and warnings on alcohol packaging: a focus group study with young adult drinkers in Scotland. Key findings report for Alcohol Focus Scotland. Stirling: University of Stirling.

Scottish Drugs Forum. (2020) Moving beyond 'people first' language: a glossary of contested terms in substance use. Glasgow: Scottish Drugs Forum.

Joseph Rowntree Foundation. (2020) Reporting poverty: a guide for media professionals. London: Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Pacific Southwest Prevention Technology Transfer Center. (2020) The prevention professionals’ primer on media literacy. Rockville, MD: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

Scottish Drug Deaths Taskforce. (2020) A strategy to address the stigmatisation of people and communities affected by drug use. Edinburgh: Scottish Drug Deaths Taskforce.

Madden, Annie and Henderson, Charles (2020) Words matter! Language statement & reference guide. London: INPUD Secretariat.

HIV Ireland. (2020) HIV terminology and appropriate language use guidelines. Dublin: HIV Ireland.

British Heart Foundation, ITC Project. (2020) Standardised packaging for tobacco products in England - Evidence of policy impact from the International Tobacco Control Policy Evaluation Project. London: British Heart Foundation and the ITC Project.

Brown, Rachel and Trickey, Heather (2018) Devising and communicating public health alcohol guidance for expectant and new mothers: a scoping report. London: Alcohol Concern Cymru.

Citywide. (2018) Stop the stigma campaign. Dublin: Citywide.

Fleming, Katie and McKiernan, Anna (2018) Talking pot with youth: a cannabis communication guide for youth allies. Ottawa, Ont.: Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction.

AOD Media Watch. (2017) Guidelines for journalists. Australia: AOD Media Watch.

Public Health England. (2016) Tobacco standard packs. London: Public Health England.

Health Information and Quality Authority. (2015) Guidance for providers of health and social care services for children. Communicating in plain English with children and their families. Dublin: Health Information and Quality Authority.

Thanki, Danica and Vicente, Julian (2013) PDU (Problem drug use) revision summary. Lisbon: European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction.

Society of Editors, UK Drug Policy Commission. (2012) Dealing with the stigma of drugs: a guide for journalists. London: Society of Editors and UKDPC.

John Moores University. Centre for Public Health. Atkinson, Amanda and Elliot, Gill and Ellis, Mark and Sumnall, Harry (2011) Young people, alcohol and the media. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Webpage

(2021) UNODC initiative works with youth to address substance abuse. URL: http://www.unodc.org/unodc/en/prevention/youth-ini...

NIDAMED. (2020) Words matter - terms to use and avoid when talking about addiction. URL: https://www.drugabuse.gov/nidamed-medical-health-p...

Book

Fountain, Jane and Frank, Vibeke Asmussen and Korf, Dirk, eds. (2011) Markets, methods and messages: dynamics in European drug research. Lengerich: Pabst Science Publishers .

Miller, Geri (2010) Learning the language of addiction counselling. London: Wiley .

Cullen, John (2006) Meanings, messages + myths: the coverage and treatment of suicide in the Irish print media. Dublin: Health Service Executive .

Kirkman, John (2005) Good style: writing for science and technology. Routledge study guides Abingdon: Routledge .

Bonnie, Richard J and O'Connell, Mary Ellen, eds. (2004) Reducing underage drinking: a collective responsibility. Washington, DC: National Academies Press .

Acker, Caroline Jean (2002) Creating the American junkie: addiction research in the classic era of narcotic control. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press .

Plant, Sadie (1999) Writing on drugs. London: Faber and Faber .

Audio

wbur. (2017) How changing the language of addiction affects policy and treatment. Boston: wbur.

Teaching Resource

Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction. (2021) Overcoming stigma: online learning. Ottawa: Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction.

News

[Alcohol Action Ireland] , Hough, Jennifer Are women getting the health risk message around alcohol use? #ChooseToChallenge. (08 Mar 2021)

[Irish Times] , O'Morain, Padraig It is not the glass of wine that really helps you unwind. (24 Jun 2018)

[Irish Times] , Reville, William First drinking protects your heart. Then it shortens your life. Who to believe? (17 May 2018)

[Irish Times] , D'Arcy, Ciaran National Youth Media Awards competition tackles drugs issue. (06 Nov 2017)

[Irish Times] , D'Arcy, Ciaran Irish Times partners with Drugs.ie for youth media awards. (06 Dec 2016)

[thejournal.ie] , Barry, Aoife “‘There’s no heroin here, it’s only a Dublin thing’ – it’s complete lies”. (04 Feb 2015)

[thejournal.ie] , Duffin, Tony Opinion: Addiction is often boiled down to sound bites – but the truth is complex. (31 Aug 2014)

[thejournal.ie] Students put drunk student stereotype behind them and campaign for responsible drinking. (03 May 2014)

[Independent.ie] , O'Doherty, Ian Ah lads – pour the other one... (14 Aug 2013)

[Irish Examiner] , O'Doherty, Caroline Mixed signals on alcohol deserve red card. (10 Aug 2013)

[Irish Independent] , Saul, Heather The video that shows why trains and booze don't mix. (01 Aug 2013)

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