Books, Book Chapters and Monographs

Ford A (2012). The Packaging of Tobacco Products. London: Cancer Research UK, March.

Hastings G (2011). Foreword. In Counter Measures: Preventing Youth Smoking in Scotland. Edinburgh: ASH Scotland, pp7.

Hastings G, Angus K and Ling P (2010). Evidence from tobacco industry documents on the role of the media in tobacco marketing. In Use of the Media to Promote and Discourage Tobacco Use, NCI Monograph 20 edn. Bethesda, MD: National Cancer Institute.

Pino JMR, Garcia MBL, Viedma del Jesus MI, Gallopel-Morvan K, Hastings G and Moodie C (2010). Efectos de las Esquelas Sanitarias Visuales y el Envase Generico en el descenso del Consumo de Tabaco: un estudio desde la perspectiva del marketing social. Spain: Godel S.L. 

Moodie C, Hastings G and Ford A (2009). A Brief Review of Plain Packaging Research for Tobacco Products. Report prepared for the Department of Health.

Amos A, Angus K, Bostock Y, Fidler J and Hastings G (2009). A Review of Young People and Smoking in England. York: Public Health Research Consortium. Full ReportExecutive Summary and Short Report.

Hastings G (contributing author) to Davis RM, Gilpin EA, Loken B, Viswanath K and Wakefield MA (eds) (2008). The Role of the Media in Promoting and Reducing Tobacco Use. NCI Tobacco Control Monograph Series No. 19. Bethesda, MD: US Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, National Cancer Institute. NIH Publication No. 07-6242, June.

Hastings G, Freeman J, Spackova R and Siquier P (2008). HELP: A European public health brand in the making. In Evans DW and Hastings G (eds) (2008), Public Health Branding: Applying Marketing for Social Change. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 978-0-19-923713-5.

MacKintosh A, Harris F and Hastings G (2008). Measures to assess the effectiveness of restrictions on tobacco marketing communications. In IARC Handbooks of Cancer Prevention, Tobacco Control, Volume 12: Methods for Evaluating Tobacco Control Policies. Lyon, France: IARC. Chapter Full Report.

Hastings G, Brown A and Angus K (2008). Youth Smoking: the Impact of Marketing and the Media. Background paper for World Health Organization Tobacco Free Initiative Global Consultation on Effective Youth Tobacco Control Policy Interventions. Stirling:  CRUK Centre for Tobacco Control Research, January.

Angus K, Brown A and Hastings G (2008). The Effect of Tobacco Control Mass Media Campaigns, Counter-Advertising, and Other Related Community Interventions on Youth Tobacco Use. Background paper for World Health Organization Tobacco Free Initiative Global Consultation on Effective Youth Tobacco Control Policy Interventions. Stirling : CRUK Centre for Tobacco Control Research, January.

Hastings G and Angus K (2008). Forever Cool: The Influence of Smoking Imagery on Young People. London: British Medical Association Board of Science, July. ISBN: 978-1-905545-30-8. Report

Hastings G, MacKintosh AM, Holme I, Davies K, Angus K and Moodie C (2008). Point of Sale Display of Tobacco Products. London: Cancer Research UK, August. Report

Hastings G, Brown A and Angus K (2008). The effects of tobacco advertising and advertising bans on youth tobacco use. Review. Chapter 3. Geneva: World Health Organization.

Angus K, Brown A and Hastings G (2008). The effect of tobacco control mass media campaigns, counter-advertising, and other related community interventions on youth tobacco use. Review. Chapter 4. Geneva: World Health Organization.

MacAskill S, Bauld L, Tappin D and Eadie D (2008). Smoking Cessation Support in Pregnancy in Scotland. Edinburgh: Health Scotland. ISBN: 978-1-84485-425-7. Report

Hastings G (2007). Eliminating Tobacco Promotion: Realising the FCTC Vision. Stirling: Institute for Social Marketing.Report

Eadie D, Bauld L and MacAskill S (2007). Smoking Cessation Support in Secondary Care in Scotland. Edinburgh: Health Scotland. ISBN: 978-1-84485-426-4. Report

Stead M, McDermott L, Gordon R, Angus K and Hastings G (2006). Review of the Effectiveness of Social Marketing Alcohol, Tobacco and Substance Misuse Interventions. Prepared for the National Social Marketing Centre. Stirling: Institute for Social Marketing.

Hastings G and Angus K (2004). The influence of the tobacco industry on European tobacco-control policy. In: The ASPECT Consortium (ed), Tobacco or Health in the European Union Past, Present and Future. Prepared with financing from the EC Directorate-General for Health and Consumer Protection. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities. ISBN: 92-894-8219-2. Report

MacFadyen L and Hastings G (2004). ¿Favorecen las vias de comercializacíon del tabaco, el incremento del consumo del mismo en los adolescentes? Una revisión de la evidencia. Chapter 37 in Carlos A. Jiménez Ruiz and Karl Olov Fagerström (eds), Tratado de Tabaquismo. Madrid: Grupo Aula Médica. ISBN: 8478853561.

European Health Research Partnership and CTCR (2003). Research into the Labelling of Tobacco Products in Europe.Research report (2002) in Grogna F, Martin P, Van Damme S, Kazan S and King D (eds), Project 2001-2002 Summary of Final Reports. Brussels: European Network for Smoking Prevention.

Forsyth A, Hastings GB and Anderson S (2003). The producer perspective: The marketing of snus. Chapter 5 in Lifting the Ban on Oral Tobacco: Overview of the Possible Effects and Implications. Brussels: European Network for Smoking Prevention.

MacAskill S and Eadie DR (2002). Evaluation of a Pilot Project on Smoking Cessation in Prisons - Final report. Glasgow: Centre for Social Marketing, University of Strathclyde. Report

MacFadyen L, MacAskill S, Stead M and Eadie DR (2002). A Review of Adolescent Smoking Cessation. Technical Report No. 3. Cardiff: Welsh Assembly Government. ISSN: 1478-7822.

Hastings GB, MacFadyen L and Eadie DR (2001). Tobacco marketing: The pied piper from hell. Environmental Health Officers Association - Environmental Health Yearbook 2000/2001: 11.15.

Hastings G and MacFadyen L (2000). Keep Smiling: No one's going to die. An analysis of internal documents from the tobacco industry's main UK advertising agencies. The Centre for Tobacco Control Research and the Tobacco Control Resource Centre. London: British Medical Association. ISBN 0-7279-1600-9. Report

Evans N, Owen L, McNeill A, Bolling K, Eadie D, MacFadyen L and Stead M (1999). Smoking and the consumer: Perceptions of stop smoking products and services. London: Health Education Authority.

Hastings, GB (1999). Cigarette smoking and inequalities in health: a response. In Waller S, Crosier A and McVey D (eds), Inequalities in Health. London: Health Education Authority.

MacFadyen L and Hastings GB (1999). Integrated marketing communications: A new paradigm for researching tobacco marketing and adolescent smoking. Chapter 14 in Tudor-Smith C (ed), Working Together for Better Health: Tackling Tobacco. Cardiff: Health Promotion Wales, pp129-144.

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