Becky Freeman
Becky Freeman
School of Public Health, University of Sydney
Verified email at sydney.edu.au
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Can mobile phone apps influence people’s health behavior change? An evidence review
J Zhao, B Freeman, M Li
Journal of medical Internet research 18 (11), e287, 2016
4382016
Is “YouTube” telling or selling you something? Tobacco content on the YouTube video-sharing website
B Freeman, S Chapman
Tobacco control 16 (3), 207-210, 2007
2982007
Markers of the denormalisation of smoking and the tobacco industry
S Chapman, B Freeman
Tobacco control 17 (1), 25-31, 2008
2962008
The case for the plain packaging of tobacco products
B Freeman, S Chapman, M Rimmer
Addiction 103 (4), 580-590, 2008
2192008
New media and tobacco control
B Freeman
Tobacco control 21 (2), 139-144, 2012
1792012
Gone viral? Heard the buzz? A guide for public health practitioners and researchers on how Web 2.0 can subvert advertising restrictions and spread health information
B Freeman, S Chapman
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 62 (9), 778-782, 2008
1492008
Digital junk: food and beverage marketing on Facebook
B Freeman, B Kelly, L Baur, K Chapman, S Chapman, T Gill, L King
American journal of public health 104 (12), e56-e64, 2014
1332014
Please like me: Facebook and public health communication
J Kite, BC Foley, AC Grunseit, B Freeman
PloS one 11 (9), e0162765, 2016
1252016
British American tobacco on facebook: undermining Article 13 of the global World Health Organization framework convention on tobacco control
B Freeman, S Chapman
Tobacco control 19 (3), e1-e9, 2010
1222010
Should the health community promote smokeless tobacco (snus) as a harm reduction measure?
CE Gartner, WD Hall, S Chapman, B Freeman
PLoS Med 4 (7), e185, 2007
1222007
Social media campaigns that make a difference: what can public health learn from the corporate sector and other social change marketers
B Freeman, S Potente, V Rock, J McIver
Public Health Res Pract 25 (2), e2521517, 2015
1092015
Regulating the tobacco retail environment: beyond reducing sales to minors
S Chapman, B Freeman
Tobacco Control 18 (6), 496-501, 2009
962009
New media but same old tricks: food marketing to children in the digital age
B Kelly, S Vandevijvere, B Freeman, G Jenkin
Current obesity reports 4 (1), 37-45, 2015
942015
Marketing to youth in the digital age: The promotion of unhealthy products and health promoting behaviours on social media
S Dunlop, B Freeman, SC Jones
Media and Communication 4 (3), 35-49, 2016
922016
Open source marketing: Camel cigarette brand marketing in the “Web 2.0” world
B Freeman, S Chapman
Tobacco control 18 (3), 212-217, 2009
842009
Banning smoking in cars carrying children: an analytical history of a public health advocacy campaign
B Freeman, S Chapman, P Storey
Australian and New Zealand journal of public health 32 (1), 60-65, 2008
702008
Young adults: beloved by food and drink marketers and forgotten by public health?
B Freeman, B Kelly, S Vandevijvere, L Baur
Health promotion international 31 (4), 954-961, 2016
672016
Why do smokers try to quit without medication or counselling? A qualitative study with ex-smokers
AL Smith, SM Carter, S Chapman, SM Dunlop, B Freeman
BMJ open 5 (4), 2015
662015
Pro-smoking apps for smartphones: the latest vehicle for the tobacco industry?
NF BinDhim, B Freeman, L Trevena
Tobacco control 23 (1), e4-e4, 2014
642014
Junk food marketing on Instagram: content analysis
AJ Vassallo, B Kelly, L Zhang, Z Wang, S Young, B Freeman
JMIR public health and surveillance 4 (2), e54, 2018
572018
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