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Books 2000-2004

Books, Book Chapters and Monographs - 2000- 2004

2000

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.

Stead M, MacKintosh AM, Eadie DR and Hastings GB (2000). NE Choices: The development of a multi-component drug prevention programme for adolescents. Home Office Drugs Prevention Advisory Service (DPAS) Paper 4. London: Home Office. ISBN 1-84082-514-6. Report 

Stead M, MacKintosh AM, Eadie DR and Hastings GB (2000). NE Choices: The development of a multi-component drug prevention programme for adolescents. Home Office Drugs Prevention Advisory Service (DPAS) Briefing Paper 4.London: Home Office. Report


2001

Carter S and Anderson S (2001). On the move: Women and men business owners in the United Kingdom. Executive Summary. The National Foundation for Women Business Owners and IBM, February.

Carter S and Anderson S (2001). On the move: Women and men business owners in the United Kingdom. Full report. Published by The National Foundation for Women Business Owners and IBM, February.

Carter S, Anderson S and Shaw E (2001). Women's business ownership: A review of the academic, popular and internet literature. Small Business Service Research Report: RR002/01, August.

Carter S, Anderson S and Shaw E (2001). Women's business ownership: A review of the academic, popular and internet literature. Small Business Service Research Summary: RS002/01, August.

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

MacKintosh AM, Stead M, Eadie DR and Hastings GB (2001). NE Choices: The results of a multi-component drug prevention programme for adolescents. Home Office Drugs Prevention Advisory Service (DPAS) Paper 14. London: Home Office. ISBN 1-84082-741-6. Report 

MacKintosh AM, Stead M, Eadie DR and Hastings GB (2001). NE Choices: The results of a multi-component drug prevention programme for adolescents. Home Office Drugs Prevention Advisory Service (DPAS) Briefing Paper 14. London: Home Office. Report

Stead M, Eadie DR and MacAskill S (2001). Evaluation of Substance Misuse and High Risk Population Projects Funded Through Tyne & Wear Health Action Zone. London: Department of Health / Home Office / Tyne & Wear HAZ / Tackling Drugs to Build a Better Britain.


2002

Cooke E, Hastings GB and Anderson S (2002). Desk research to examine the influence of marketing and advertising by the alcohol industry on young people's alcohol consumption. Research prepared for the World Health Organization. Glasgow: University of Strathclyde, Centre for Social Marketing.

Cooke E, Hastings GB, Anderson S and Wheeler C (2002). The role of the drinks trade: Consumer marketing. 100% Proof: Research for Action on Alcohol. Report by Alcohol Concern, August: 80-82. ISBN 1-869814-50-9.

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. Published on Department of Health website: Report

Stead M, MacFadyen L and Hastings G (2002). What Do the Public Really Feel about Non-custodial Penalties? A 'Rethinking Crime and Punishment' report. London: Esmee Fairbairn Foundation.

Stead M, MacKintosh AM, Tagg S and Eadie D (2002). Changing Speeding Behaviour in Scotland: An Evaluation of the 'Foolsspeed' campaign. Edinburgh: Scottish Executive Social Research. Report

Stead M, MacKintosh AM, Tagg S and Eadie D (2002). Foolsspeed: Evaluation of a Theory-based Advertising Campaign to Reduce Speeding. Research Findings No. 153 Briefing Paper. Edinburgh: Scottish Executive Social Research. Report

Stead M, Tagg S, MacKintosh AM and Eadie DR (2002). Foolsspeed: Evaluation of a national theory-based advertising campaign to reduce speeding. Chapter 21 in Behavioural Research in Road Safety: Twelfth Seminar. London: Department for Transport.

Wheeler C, Cooke E, Hastings GB and Anderson S (2002). The role of the drinks trade: The wider environment. 100% Proof: Research for Action on Alcohol. Report by Alcohol Concern, August: 83-85. ISBN 1-869814-50-9.


2003

Carter S, Anderson S and Shaw E (2003). Women's business ownership: A review of the academic, popular and internet literature with a UK policy focus. Chapter 2 in the Annual Review of Progress in Entrepreneurship (ARPENT). Brussels: European Foundation for Management Development.

Cooke E, Hastings G and Anderson S (2003). The influence of marketing and advertising by the alcohol industry on young people's alcohol consumption. Geneva: World Health Organization.

Eadie D, Stead M, Hastings G (2003). Tackling Drugs in Disadvantaged Communities: An Investigation into the Role and Potential of Media Advocacy. Report for the Home Office and Department of Health.

European Health Research Partnership and CTCR (2003). Research into the Labelling of Tobacco Products in Europe. Research report 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.

Hastings GB, Stead M, McDermott L, Forsyth A, MacKintosh AM, Rayner M, Godfrey G, Carahar M and Angus K (2003).Review of Research on the Effects of Food Promotion to Children - Final Report and Appendices. Prepared for the Food Standards Agency. Report Appendices

MacFadyen L, MacAskill S, Stead M, Eadie D (2003). A Review of Adolescent Smoking Cessation. Technical Report No. 3. Report for the Welsh Assembly Government. ISSN: 1478-7822.

MacFadyen L, Stead M and Hastings GB (2003). Social marketing. Chapter 27 in Baker MJ (ed), The Marketing Book, 5th edition. Oxford: Butterworth Heinemann.

Stead M, Hastings GB and Eadie DR (2003). Desk Research to Inform the Development of Communications to Reduce Drug Use and Drug Related Harm in Socially Excluded Communities. Report for the Home Office and Department of Health.


2004

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.

Hastings GB (2004). Advertising to Children - Assessing the Evidence. In Advertising to Children and Nutrition and Education Part Two. Proceedings of the Westminster Diet & Health Forum Seminar, 20th May 2004. London, Westminster Forum Projects Limited, July 2004. ISBN: 0954718984, pp12-15.

Hastings GB (2004). Ethical marketing in action vignettes. In Jobber D (ed), Principles and Practice of Marketing, 4th edition. Maidenhead: McGraw-Hill International (UK) Ltd. ISBN 0-07-710708-X.

Hastings GB, Devlin E and MacFadyen L (2004). Social marketing. Chapter 10 in The ABC of Behavior Change: A Guide to Successful Disease Prevention and Health Promotion. Livingston, Edinburgh: Churchill.

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.

McIntosh J, McKeganey N, Hay G, Highet G, Gannon M, MacDougall J, MacAskill S, Wilson G, Stead M, Hastings G, Curtice J and Hinds K (2004). Working with Young People: A Profile of Projects Funded by the Partnership Drugs Initiative. Edinburgh: Scottish Executive Drug Misuse Research Programme. ISBN: 0-7559-36892. Report

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