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"[T]he present study examines the effects of adolescent media literacy and parent-adolescent communication about media portrayals of alcohol use on adolescents' lifetime alcohol use. The focus on alcohol is warranted when evaluating a young adolescent population since alcohol is the substance most commonly used and abused by adolescents (NIDA, 2016)."
Shin, Y., Miller-Day, M., & Hecht, M. (2018). Media literacy and parent–adolescent communication about alcohol in media: Effects on adolescent alcohol use. In H. D. O'Hair (Ed.), Risk and health communication in an evolving media environment (pp. 12-26). Routledge.