Children’s Real-time Exposure to Alcohol Marketing

Children’s exposure to alcohol marketing is typically measured using self-report data, television viewing data or street marketing audits, which are subject to bias and often do not provide quantifiable measures of daily exposure. Timothy Chambers describes an innovative methodology to capture the world in which children live using wearable cameras.

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