Publications list for Dr Becky Freeman

2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008


  • Bindihm, N., Freeman, B., Trevena, L. (2014), Pro-smoking apps for smartphones: the latest vehicle for the tobacco industry?. Tobacco Control. 23(1), e4. [Abstract]


  • Hefler, M., Freeman, B., Chapman, S. (2013), Tobacco control advocacy in the age of social media: using Facebook, Twitter and Change. Tobacco Control. 22(3), 210-214. [Abstract]
  • Paynter, J., Chapman, S., Freeman, B. (2013), Continued debate on "Is censorship of films a useful solution to the problem of covert tobacco advertising?". New Zealand Medical Journal. 126(1377), 85-87. [Abstract]


  • Freeman, B., Chapman, S. (2012), Measuring Interactivity on Tobacco Control Websites. Journal of Health Communication. 17(7), 857-865. [Abstract]
  • Freeman, B. (2012), New media and tobacco control. Tobacco Control. 21(2), 139-144. [Abstract]
  • Liberman, J., Scollo, M., Freeman, R., Chapman, S. (2012), Plain Tobacco Packaging in Australia: The Historical and Social Context. In: Public Health And Plain Packaging Of Cigarettes: Legal Issues. (pp.30-47).United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.
  • Freeman, R. (2012), Young People and Smoking Cessation. In: Disease Interrupted: Tobacco reduction and cessation. (pp.295-305).United States: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform.


  • Freeman, B. (2011), Tobacco plain packaging legislation: a content analysis of commentary posted on Australian online news. Tobacco Control. 20(5), 361-366. [Abstract]
  • Chapman, S., Freeman, B. (2011), From brand to bland--the demise of cigarette packaging. BMJ. 343, d4376. [Abstract]


  • Freeman, B., Gartner, C., Hall, W., Chapman, S. (2010), Forecasting future tobacco control policy: where to next?. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health. 34(5), 447-450. [Abstract]
  • Freeman, B., Chapman, S. (2010), British American Tobacco on Facebook: undermining article 13 of the global World Health Organization Framework Convention on Tobacco Control. Tobacco control. 19(3), e1-9. [Abstract]
  • MacKenzie, R., Freeman, B. (2010), Second-hand smoke in cars: How did the "23 times more toxic" myth turn into fact?. CMAJ. 182(8), 796-799. [Abstract]
  • Chapman, S., Freeman, B. (2010), The cancer emperor's new clothes: Australia's historic legislation for plain tobacco packaging. BMJ. 340, c2436. [Abstract]


  • Chapman, S., Freeman, B. (2009), Regulating the tobacco retail environment: Beyond reducing sales to minors. Tobacco control. 18(6), 496-501. [Abstract]
  • Freeman, B., Chapman, S. (2009), Open source marketing: Camel cigarette brand marketing in the "Web 2.0" world. Tobacco Control. 18(3), 212-217. [Abstract]
  • Chapman, S., Freeman, B. (2009), Why has smoking in Australian youth never been lower?. In: Challenges in Adolescent Health: An Australian Perspective. (pp.153-161).United States: Nova Science Publishers.


  • Freeman, B., Chapman, S. (2008), 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. Journal of epidemiology and community health. 62(9), 778-782. [Abstract]
  • Freeman, B., Chapman, S., Rimmer, M. (2008), The case for the plain packaging of tobacco products. Addiction (Abingdon, England). 103(4), 580-590. [Abstract]
  • Chapman, S., Freeman, B. (2008), Markers of the denormalisation of smoking and the tobacco industry. Tobacco control. 17(2), 25-31. [Abstract]
  • Freeman, B., Chapman, S., Storey, P. (2008), Banning smoking in cars carrying children: an analytical history of a public health advocacy campaign. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health. 32(1), 60-65. [Abstract]
  • Freeman, B., Chapman, S. (2008), Tobacco advertising and promotion. In: Tobacco in Australia: Facts & Issues A comprehensive online resource. (pp.1-48).Australia: Cancer Council Victoria.
  • Barnsley, K., Freeman, B. (2008), Smokefree environments. In: Tobacco in Australia: Facts & Issues A comprehensive online resource. (pp.1-48).Australia: Cancer Council Victoria.