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Inquiry Appendix 2010 Final
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Inquiry Appendix 2010 Final

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The historical actions of the tobacco industry to promote tobacco use in New Zealand. This presentation is used to support the Cancer Society Auckland's submission on the Maori Affairs Inquiry into …

The historical actions of the tobacco industry to promote tobacco use in New Zealand. This presentation is used to support the Cancer Society Auckland's submission on the Maori Affairs Inquiry into the Tobacco Industry in Aotearoa and the Consequences of Tobacco Use for Maori.

The presentation includes examples of advertising used by the tobacco industry that have been sourced from the internet.

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  • 1. Appendix A: 1.The historical actions of the tobacco industry to promote tobacco use among Māori An image collection
  • 2. Tobacco has been advertised as a way to be a ‘good New Zealander’ The historical actions of the tobacco industry to promote tobacco use among Māori :
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  • 7. The tobacco industry has promoted themselves as a legitimate and positive industry to be involved with. The historical actions of the tobacco industry to promote tobacco use among Māori:
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  • 14. The industry has used respected professions such as doctors to say cigarettes are healthy for you The historical actions of the tobacco industry to promote tobacco use among Māori :
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  • 17. The industry has manipulated public health messages of the dangers of smoking The historical actions of the tobacco industry to promote tobacco use among Māori:
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  • 20. The industry have started to sell cases so that people can cover up the health warnings on cigarette packets The historical actions of the tobacco industry to promote tobacco use among Māori:
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  • 22. The industry markets cigarettes to children The historical actions of the tobacco industry to promote tobacco use among Māori:
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  • 25. The industry has used images related to Māori to sell tobacco elsewhere The historical actions of the tobacco industry to promote tobacco use among Māori :
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  • 27. The industry have large cigarette displays in stores, usually right next to lollies at the counter The historical actions of the tobacco industry to promote tobacco use among Māori :
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  • 31. The industry has marketed cigarettes to seem appealing The historical actions of the tobacco industry to promote tobacco use among Māori :
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  • 42. The industry has sponsored events with large media coverage The historical actions of the tobacco industry to promote tobacco use among Māori:
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  • 44. The historical actions of the tobacco industry to promote tobacco use among Māori: The industry uses social media to promote tobacco among Māori
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  • 51. Not captured within this collection is the way cigarettes have been advertised on the television, radio and movies. Examples of television adverts and smoking in movies are available on YouTube for example: An example of a tobacco television advert: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cQdSGM8J0v4 Compilation of smoking in movies: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RrOCJ6Ygt14 Tobacco companies have paid for cigarettes to be played on children’s TV shows for example The Flintstones. For example Winston co-sponsored the Flintstones in their first two years. The Flintstones characters starred in Winston commercials and at the end of the episode. An example of the end of episode commercial is: Flintstones TV adverts: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T5HfZQ23LO8 The historical actions of the tobacco industry to promote tobacco use among Māori :
  • 52. These images have been taken directly from the internet for the purposes of this inquiry only to show how tobacco has and is being promoted to Māori and all New Zealanders.

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