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Published on 05.06.18 in Vol 4, No 2 (2018): Apr-Jun

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Works citing "Junk Food Marketing on Instagram: Content Analysis"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/publichealth.9594):

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  1. Russell C, Lawrence M, Cullerton K, Baker P. The political construction of public health nutrition problems: a framing analysis of parliamentary debates on junk-food marketing to children in Australia. Public Health Nutrition 2020;:1
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  2. Qutteina Y, De Backer C, Smits T. Media food marketing and eating outcomes among pre‐adolescents and adolescents: A systematic review and meta‐analysis. Obesity Reviews 2019;20(12):1708
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  3. Vergeer L, Vanderlee L, Potvin Kent M, Mulligan C, L’Abbé MR. The effectiveness of voluntary policies and commitments in restricting unhealthy food marketing to Canadian children on food company websites. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 2019;44(1):74
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  4. Coates AE, Hardman CA, Halford JCG, Christiansen P, Boyland EJ. The effect of influencer marketing of food and a “protective” advertising disclosure on children's food intake. Pediatric Obesity 2019;14(10)
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  5. Qutteina Y, Hallez L, Mennes N, De Backer C, Smits T. What Do Adolescents See on Social Media? A Diary Study of Food Marketing Images on Social Media. Frontiers in Psychology 2019;10
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  6. Allman-Farinelli M, Rahman H, Nour M, Wellard-Cole L, Watson WL. The Role of Supportive Food Environments to Enable Healthier Choices When Eating Meals Prepared Outside the Home: Findings from Focus Groups of 18 to 30-Year-Olds. Nutrients 2019;11(9):2217
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  7. Razi M, Tarn JM, Mumuni AG. Effectiveness of incentivized social media campaigns for a Fortune 500 company’s brand. American Journal of Business 2019;34(1):37
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  8. Potvin Kent M, Pauzé E, Roy E, de Billy N, Czoli C. Children and adolescents' exposure to food and beverage marketing in social media apps. Pediatric Obesity 2019;14(6):e12508
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  9. Dixon H, Lee A, Scully M. Sports Sponsorship as a Cause of Obesity. Current Obesity Reports 2019;8(4):480
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  10. Coates AE, Hardman CA, Halford JCG, Christiansen P, Boyland EJ. Food and Beverage Cues Featured in YouTube Videos of Social Media Influencers Popular With Children: An Exploratory Study. Frontiers in Psychology 2019;10
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/publichealth.9594)

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  1. Turanci E. Handbook of Research on Consumption, Media, and Popular Culture in the Global Age. 2019. chapter 16:266
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  2. Alassani R, Göretz J. Social Computing and Social Media. Communication and Social Communities. 2019. Chapter 20:251
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