Unhealthy food advertising to children: a case for regulatory reform?
This thesis is an analysis of the current regulation of food and drink advertising to children in the United Kingdom. Based on public health evidence on the harmful contribution of advertising to epidemics of obesity and chronic disease, it examines whether current law and regulation is sufficient to protect children. This thesis concludes that there is a clear case for reform of regulation of food and drink advertising to children in the UK to take account of health evidence, recent right...Expand abstract
- Publication date:
- Type of award:
- Level of award:
- Awarding institution:
- University of Oxford
- Copyright holder:
- C Mitchell
- Copyright date:
- This thesis is not currently available via ORA.
If you are the owner of this record, you can report an update to it here: Report update to this record