International Comparison of Public Policies to Control Access, Sale and Marketing of Alcohol (CIPPAL)

International research study, promoted by the Observatoire Français des Drogues et des Tendances Addictives (OFDT), with the aim of evaluating the extent to which young people (16-19 y.o.) identify and are exposed to digital marketing (Internet) and audiovisual advertising of alcohol (direct and indirect advertising) differs from the regulatory and/or self-regulatory framework of this type of marketing in several Countries (France, Finland, Italy, Scotland, Lithuania, Ireland and Quebec). The study, based on a mixed-methods approach, includes three complementary data collection methods: an analysis of literature and documents, 20 semi-structured interviews with young adults and an online survey.