Qualitative bar study: contacts

Principal Investigator: Professor Gerard Hastings

Director of The Institute for Social Marketing and Centre for Tobacco Control Research
University of Stirling and The Open University, Stirling, FK9 4LA
gerard.hastings@stir.ac.uk

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Douglas Eadie

Douglas Eadie (Lead Researcher)

Senior Researcher
Institute of Social Marketing and Centre for Tobacco Control Research
University of Stirling and The Open University
Stirling, FK9 4LA
douglas.eadie@stir.ac.uk

Douglas Eadie is a graduate of marketing from the University of Strathclyde where he took up a research post in advertising research, and later a lectureship in marketing communications. As a research fellow with the Institute for Social Marketing and Centre for Tobacco Control Research he has an interest in the application of marketing communications in the social cause sector, and policy-based research examining the influence of societal marketing on public and corporate policy making. He has published in numerous journals in both marketing and public health, including: Addiction, Health Education Research, Health Promotion International, International Journal of Advertising, International Journal of Non-profit and Voluntary Sector Marketing, and International Journal of Retail and Distribution Management.

Susan MacAskill
Senior Researcher
Institute for Social Marketing
University of Stirling and The Open University
susan.macaskill@stir.ac.uk

Professor John B. Davies
Professor of Psychology
Director of Centre for Applied Social Psychology
University of Strathclyde, Glasgow
j.b.davies@strath.ac.uk

Dr Derek Heim
Senior Lecturer
Department of Psychology
University of Central Lancashire
sdheim@uclan.ac.uk

Dr Alastair Ross
Honorary Research Fellow, Humanities and Social Sciences
University of Strathclyde
Glasgow
alastair.j.ross@strath.ac.uk

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Updated 21st July 2014

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