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Who's Accountable: Sony

Smoking in Sony films has drifted down for some years. Sony published its first internal policy on tobacco depictions at the end of 2012. In 2013, Sony's youth-rated films delivered 86 percent fewer tobacco impressions than the year before. Can this be su
Smokefree Movies (UCSF)
added May 5, 2015 13:25
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Who's Accountable: Directors

1 Peter Jackson 716 3 3 0 2 Tate Taylor 626 2 2 1 3 Baz Luhrmann 478 1 1 0 4 Olivier Megaton 454 3 3 0 5 Steven Spielberg 448 4 4 0 6 Morten Tyldum 357 1 1 0 7 Shane Black 338 1 1 0 8 George Clooney 323 1 1 1 9 Michael Bay 313 2 2 0
Smokefree Movies (UCSF)
added May 5, 2015 13:23
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Who's Accountable: Actors

1 Ian McKellen 131 3 0 101.1 2 Jared Harris 77 3 0 47.5 3 John Goodman 75 3 0 45.2 4 Hugh Jackman 67 2 0 46.8 5 Leonardo DiCaprio 62 3 0 32.3
Smokefree Movies (UCSF)
added May 5, 2015 13:22
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Who's Accountable

Who put the smoking in that movie? Now, for the first time, you have direct access to the tobacco-promotion track records for every major player in every top-grossing Hollywood film for the last decade and more.
Smokefree Movies (UCSF)
added May 5, 2015 13:21
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One little letter '®' will save a million lives. (PDF)

studios and guilds heard the first large-scale research evidence that smoking in popular movies recruits kids to smoke...U.S.film studios went on to release more than 4OO top-grossing, kid-kid-rated movies packed with 12,600 tobacco incidents
Smokefree Movies (UCSF)
added May 5, 2015 13:18
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New Smokefree Movies ad names names of who’s accountable for exposing kids to smoking in movies

Go to http://smokefreemovies.ucsf.edu/whos-accountable to run these rankings by Hollywood role, time-period and film rating. The database includes every top-grossing film released 2002-now, and thousands of names of people and the companies involved.
Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education (UCSF)
added May 5, 2015 13:14
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Questions and answers on plain packaging in Australia / Fact sheet no. 5: How much have retailers been affected by plain packaging legislation? (PDF)

Opponents of plain packaging legislation argued that retailers would find plain packs difficult to locate[1] and that lengthened waiting times in small shops would result in a shift of customers from small business to large supermarkets.[2]
The Cancer Council Victoria (au)
added May 5, 2015 09:46
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Questions and answers on plain packaging in Australia / Fact sheet no. 4: What is happening to the prevalence of smoking in Australia? (PDF)

2013 National Drug Strategy Household Survey.1 This and the detailed report published on the 25 November 20142 revealed a >15% drop in daily smoking among Australians 14 years and over since 2010.3
The Cancer Council Victoria (au)
added May 5, 2015 09:44
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Questions and answers on plain packaging in Australia / Facts sheet no. 3: What has happened to use of illicit tobacco since the introduction of legislation to standardise the packaging of tobacco products in Australia? (PDF)

Health groups have been highly critical of the internet surveys relied on in industry studies. These depend on smokers opting in to the survey raising the possibility of a higher percentage of respondents being interested in illicit tobacco than would
The Cancer Council Victoria (au)
added May 5, 2015 09:42
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Questions and answers on plain packaging in Australia / Facts sheet no. 2: What has happened to sales of tobacco products since the implementation of plain packaging in Australia? (PDF)

Australian tobacco companies have claimed that sales and consumption of tobacco products in Australia have increased since the introduction of plain packaging. This paper describes the data on which these claims are based, and some important factors to
The Cancer Council Victoria (au)
added May 5, 2015 09:39
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